Lincolnshire Plum Bread


What You Need

Grab these ingredients, and you'll be ready to make a wonderful British tea loaf from scratch!

Soak & Heat

Soak the dried fruit in tea while you're making the dough. Melt the butter and lard and heat with the milk until it's 115°F.


Slowly mix the hot milk mixture into the eggs, then whisk in the spices and yeast until dissolved, Add flour to bring into a dough.

Prove & Shape

Knead the dough, then let it rise until doubled, about 2 hours. Then knead in the drained fruit and shape into a loaf.

Almost Done!

Let the loaf rise until nearly doubled, about 1 hour, and then bake. Cool, slice, and enjoy with butter and Lincolnshire poacher cheese.


You'll love each bite of this rich, fruity, spiced bread!  It won't last long around hungry family and friends.

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