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Fruit Bread Using Breadmaker

WHERE THERE'S JAM, THERE SHOULD BE BREAD TOO....

I did the second baking on the Tesco breadmaker, this time I tried putting dried cranberries and blueberries.  All dried stuff sitting inside my fridge for a long time already.  LOL... I used a different selection on the breadmaker this time, under fruit bread whereby there would be a beep of 10 seconds in the middle of the kneading.  By the sound of the beep, I put in the dried fruits.  Again, it took nearly 3 hours to finish a loaf of bread.  Best time is to do it around noon so that by 3pm, I can have fresh bread for tea-time!
Ready to be taken out.... 

Looks like a cake more than a bread?  
Wonder why it looks like this.... 
After cutting, it looks more like this....
The crust is a bit hard for me.... 
Oh yes, I forgot to put sugar into the mixture this time.... 
Anyway, one to two pieces is more than enough for me for a day... 
Happy Tea-Time!!

Comments

  1. Your bread is fresh and lovely. I always love the hard outer crusts when others don't. It's nice to dip into soups.

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  2. How nice! I love this type of bread with fruits and nuts.

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  3. Aiyor! Only two pieces? I think I would finish half in one sitting.

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  4. Love that you bake your own bread! So healthy because you know exactly what is inside your bread.

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  5. Fresh bread from the breadmaker, nice! I will love to eat them with soup.

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  6. Bread making mode is on, huh?? Good for you. :)

    My breadmaker also Teaco brand. Now I am itchy to make bread again.

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