- 2¾ cups Water
- 1 (15 ounce) package Raisins
- 4 tsp Baking soda
- 1½ cups Buttersoftened
- 1½ cups Sugarwhite
- 3 Eggs
- 2 tbsp Molasses
- 1 tbsp Vanilla extract
- ⅛ tsp Salt
- 4 cups All-purpose flour
Welsh Tea Loaf
Made famous in our family by my great-grandmother, this Welsh Tea Loaf, also known as Bara Brith, is perfect for any afternoon tea party!
Studded with plump raisins or currants and usually soaked in tea, which we’ve left out for ease of baking and which you can enjoy served in a teacup instead, with the best Welsh Tea Loaf to relax you on any afternoon.
To make Welsh Tea Loaf, you will need the following ingredients:
Steps to make Welsh Tea Loaf
Preheat oven and prepare baking sheet
Add baking soda
Combine butter and sugar
Add raisin mixture
Wasn't sure I'd like this a lot since I'm used to eating things like the banana bread or welsh cakes but this was actually good, thx.
Very happy with how this bread turned out, not to dry or hard and never crumbles, perfect alongside some coffee or tea.
Fantastic british welsh bread, loved it so much and will be making it again soon for sure.
So simple to make this and doesn't take that much time compared to other welsh bread recipes so props to the creator.
Great recipe so easy to make and takes very little time compared to most breads.
The texture of this welsh loaf is perfection, absolutely delicious.
Great with some peanutbutter or jam, kids and I eat this in the morning or for a small snack :)
It's so good with some tea, even better than cookies and much less sweet!
A bit too dry but it's not awful, just goes hard after a few hours so I'd recommend eating it fresh out of the oven.
Made this yesterday and had it with some honey on the top and berry jam, just wonderful.
Love everything Lilly makes, always has the best recipes with affordable ingridients, would recommend her and this amazing loaf!
I didn't put as much salt as stated instead I put half of what was written.
Well done! Verified!
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