Here's a great collection of recipes for fruit bread, fruit and nut loaf, Irish soda bread, sultana bread and raisin loaf.
If you like rum and raisin ice cream, here is the bread equivalent! It's sweet for a fruit bread and very easy to make in the bread machine.
A different kind of fruit bread using dried apricots, cinnamon, orange juice and honey. Made easier by making in the bread machine.
This heavily fruited German-style loaf contains no added fat (the only fat present comes from the nuts), but the dried fruits give it a rich, moist texture and good keeping qualities.
The spices and mixed peel - an ingredient often found in hot cross buns - produces a wonderfully flavourful fruit loaf. This is easy in the bread machine.
This is a simple Irish style soda bread that uses buttermilk and is filled with sultanas for a wonderful morning or afternoon tea choice.
A dense fruit bread made with cranberries. It's perfect at Christmas time.
This is a great recipe for morning or afternoon tea. Although similar recipes use just sultanas I like to use mixed fruit for a bit more variety.
Cranberries are a deliciously tangy addition to this bread which also contains orange marmalade. Try it!
This bread with a filling of walnuts and sultanas is sure to become a breakfast favourite. It's also low in fat.
Made with wholemeal flour, bran, brown sugar and mixed fruit, this bran loaf is tasty and heart healthy. Enjoy it for breakfast with a dob of butter, or eat it plain for morning tea.