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Hot Apple Cider Tea Bread #AppleWeek

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My second recipe for you this week is a tea bread. I love making tea breads to give to friends and neighbors and this one says "fall" like no other.  Even the glaze has a beautiful apple flavor.  To change things up, I used Hot Apple Cider Tea to infuse the oatmeal and in the glaze. I think you will really like it!

Yield: 1 loaf

Hot Apple Cider Tea Bread

Using Hot Apple Cider Tea brings out the apple flavor of this tea bread.
prep time: 6 H & 15 Mcook time: 40 Mtotal time: 6 H & 55 M



How to cook Hot Apple Cider Tea Bread

  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Grease a loaf pan.
  3. Soak oats overnight in tea.
  4. In a large bowl combine flour, salt, spice, sugar, and applesauce
  5. Stir until ingredients are well incorporated.
  6. Drain liquid from oats and add to mixture, stir.
  7. Pour into prepared pan.
  8. Bake 40 minutes, test with a toothpick inserted, if done, toothpick will be clean. If not done, bake in 5 minute intervals.
  9. Remove from oven when done.
  10. To make glaze, combine brown sugar, tea and syrup.  Boil for 2-3 minutes. 
  11. Brush glaze on warm tea bread.
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  1. I've never had hot apple cider tea bread before. It looks super moist and divine. Would love to give it a try.

  2. Your tea bread looks delicious and I love that you used hot apple cider tea. This bread is perfect for fall and I would love a slice for breakfast.

  3. This sounds scrumptious. I just love fresh bread in the house. And I'm a fan of apple, so this is the perfect combo.

  4. Apple season is fast appoaching so an apple tea bread sounds like a great way to enjoy the flavor. I never tried that syrup so I will look for it where I shop.

  5. Such a creative, original idea. I get so tired of making the same things with my apples. (Rena)

  6. I imagine the aroma of apples would fill the entire house. I love baking but I've never baked apple bread. Bookmarking this recipe!

  7. I wouldn't mind a slice or two of this bread for breakfast!!!

  8. I had no idea it was apple week! HOT APPLE CIDER TEA BREAD is perfect for it too I think, it sounds warm and comforting without being overly sweet!

  9. That looks like the perfect fall bread!

  10. I love the texture of this bread! I will make it on weekend!

  11. Bread? This is awesome! This is a genius idea and I am excited to try this recipe. Yum!

  12. I have never heard of apple cider bread before but your recipe sure does seem delicious! My best friend would absolutely adore this - he's a huge fan of apple cider!

  13. I would love a piece of this for breakfast right now.

  14. Isn't that tea amazing? I love that you used it in this bread!

  15. What a terrific idea this is! I love it and I bet it makes your whole house smell like fall!

  16. Tiffany La Forge-Grau1:43 PM

    I would love to try this recipe. Apple bread is seriously delicious.

  17. I can almost taste it from here! I'd love a slice with my morning coffee.

  18. Love this hot apple cider tea bread. I need to give it a try as fall baking season is yet to begin.

  19. Very interesting flavor! I love apple cider, can't wait to try this recipe!

  20. Perfect for tea time---or coffee time---or breakfast. Any time of day is fine with me.

  21. Breads like this are so good with tea or coffee!

  22. Tea-infused tea bread! This looks amazingly delicious, Terri, and perfect for the season. Thanks for sharing.

  23. This apple tea bread looks absolutely wonderful and so soft!


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