• Angelica Larsson

Orange Bread | Easter | Vegan

Hello my lovelies! Oh if there's something that really brings festivity of Easter together it has to be the wonderful flavours of candied fruit. We do commonly eat fruitcake during Christmas and those tangy, sweet and citrusy flavours really work well with a Christmas buffet. A lot of the food served during Easter here have many similarities to a Christmas buffet and to change it up a little I wanted to implement that flavour into our Easter buffet however instead we are making bread. A nice torn peace of bread on your Easter plate.



What you need for dough:


8 dl (3.2 cups) flour

1/2 dl (0.2 cup) sugar

2 1/2 dl (1 cup) vegan milk

80g room temperature butter

100g candied orange peel

100g raisins

Zest from one orange


1/2 dl (0.2 cup) finger warm vegan milk

50g yeast


What you need for glaze:


100g icing sugar

3 tbsp orange juice

Zest from one orange



Begin with adding yeast into finger warm vegan milk and set aside.


In a food processor add flour, butter, milk, sugar, yeast mixture, orange zest, diced candied peel and raisins.


Using the knead attachment, knead the dough for 10-15 minutes.


Once it's done kneading cover it with a towel and let it rest for 30 minutes.

Dust a flat surface with flour and scoop out the dough, knead it for a couple of minutes and then divide it into 3 equal pieces.


Roll each piece out in lengths so that we can braid the dough. Once it has been braided carefully fold it underneath itself so it looks like a circle.


Cover it with a towel and let it rise for another 30 minutes.


Preheat the oven to 180°C (355℉)


Place the dough on a baking tray covered with a baking sheet and bake it in the middle of the oven for 30-40 minutes.


Once it's done baking allow the bread to cool completely and we will get onto making our glaze.


In a bowl add icing sugar and orange juice, mix it until it looks smooth and glossy. Pour it over the bread and zest orange to complete the look.


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