How to make Traditional Irish Barmbrack...Also know as teacake, brack or fruit cake, perfect with a cup of tea and slathered in butter. | DonalSkehan.com

Barmbrack is a traditional Irish fruitcake which is also knows as Irish Tea Cake depending on the time of year that you’re eating it!

Traditional Irish Brack..A loaf filled with whiskey and tea soaked fruit. | www.DonalSkehan.com

Traditional Irish Brack Loaf filled with Whiskey and Tea soaked Fruit

James Martin’s fruited Irish tea loaf

James Martin’’s fruited Irish tea loaf

Try James Martin's delicious fruited Irish tea loaf recipes and other recipes from Red Online

Irish Christmas Cake! So much better than a fruit cake and some other holiday breads. Make a few and enjoy it with tea every day until Christmas.

A traditional family Irish Christmas cake recipe Make a few and enjoy it with tea every day until Christmas. What a December treat.

Glazed Irish Breakfast Tea Madeleines - the traditional French cookie get a little Irish tea twist for St. Patrick's Day! At littlemissceleb...

Glazed Irish Breakfast Tea Madeleines

Glazed Irish Breakfast Tea Madeleines – the traditional French cookie get a little Irish tea twist for St. Patrick’s Day! At littlemissceleb…

Slices of Irish tea brack

Slices of Irish tea brack

You can have High Tea any time, anywhere now that you can make the essential ingredient, clotted cream, at home!

Homemade Clotted Cream

♔ You can have High Tea any time, anywhere now that you can make the essential ingredient, clotted cream, at home! by Ranya_alali

Traditional Irish Scones- These soft and crumbly scone recipe will be the best you ever find! I promise you, I have been using it for years.

Traditional Irish Scones

Traditional Irish Scones-soft crumbly scone recipe will be the best you ever had!

Irish Barmbrack Tea Cake or Irish Tea Brack. Traditional Halloween treat in Ireland. Dried fruit & spices make it extra delicious! Try my yeast-free recipe! | happyfoodstube.com

Irish Barmbrack Tea Cake

Irish Barmbrack tea cake is a traditional Halloween treat in Ireland. Dried fruit & spices make it extra delicious! Try my yeast-free recipe!

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