Fruit Yeast Bread

Bonnie Beck


I made this bread when I worked part-time for Health food store, on my mountain, while raising my kids and going to college. It was always a sell out!

It's easy and quick.

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2 Hr 15 Min


30 Min


Convection Oven


recipe for white bread. or a recipe for using half white flour and half whole wheat or you can use bridgeford frozen bread if you are in a hurry
small bag of mixed dried fruit, chopped into small pieces
a wee bit of soft butter
powdered sugar (optional) or make a glaze
cinnamon (optional) sometimes i just make a cinnamon glaze.

Directions Step-By-Step

Make your bread dough. Let it rise till double in size. Punch it down. Soak your dried fruit a wee bit or don't..doesn't really matter. It's good both ways.

Roll dough out not too thin. Spread a little bit of butter, sprinkle some sugar, and spread the dried fruit evenly. Roll up and tighten ends.

Lightly butter a loaf pan. Put the dough in and let it raise till double in size.
Bake 350* until golden brown or until bread test says it done.
Turn out on rack on it's side to cool.

Dust with powdered sugar or drizzle a glaze on top.

Serve with cream cheese, plain, clotted cream or devonshire cream.

This also makes a wonderful bread pudding.
I'd give you my bread recipe, but somehow saying 6 hand fulls of flour (more or less), 2 thick slices of butter, 1 cake yeast, sugar, salt, scolded milk or half and half just isn't going to cut it for most. One day I will have to measure it all out.

The one I posted for the Pirukad is close. That one I measured out.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy
Hashtag: #Fruit