Freshly baked fruit loaf that’s sure to be a hit with your customers
There’s nothing quite like a traditional fruit loaf or a warm, thick slice of fruit toast. With a fragrant flavour and loads of luscious juicy fruits, it’s the perfect sweet treat that your customers will love all year round.
Serve warm or toasted, with a coffee, or sell as a loaf on its own.
If you’re looking to offer traditional fruit loaf in your bakery, cafe or quick service restaurant, this customisable and versatile dough base is exactly what you need.
Read on to find out how you can bake fruit loaf and how you can make creative variations to extend your menu.
Why is traditional fruit loaf so popular?
A childhood favourite, fruit toast is a breakfast staple for many in Australia. While some spread a generous layer of butter, others might choose to have it with jam or marmalade, or fresh fruits and ricotta.
Nothing quite beats the smell of a freshly baked fruit loaf and the subtle sweetness that it brings.
If you’re looking for an easy and convenient customisable dough base, our fruit-filled dough base is the perfect solution for your business as the dough is completely done for you! Not only does this save you time, but also money on sourcing non-standard ingredients.
You can serve fruit toast in your cafe or bakery all day long.
How to make a traditional fruit loaf
It’s easier to simply bake fresh with Suprima Bakeries.
By using Suprima’s versatile fruit filled dough base, making a traditional fruit loaf will take minimum effort. Simply follow the preparation instructions on our method sheet.
It’s as easy as:
- Place 10 buns into the bottom of tin in a single layer
To Glaze: Immediately after de-panning spray or brush on bun wash.
The bun dough is made from scratch by us. We’ve already sourced and added a delicious blend of raisins, sultanas and currents.
What about creative variations?
There’s so many delicious variations when it comes to serving your fruit loaf. Why not add these items to your menu?
Fruit toast! Offer fruit toast alongside more traditional banana bread. Here are 6 perfect ways to top your toast:
- Fruit jams
- Macadamia chocolate spread
- Grilled figs and goat’s cheese
- Poached fruit and yoghurt
- Ricotta and berry compote
- A simple butter spread
Fruit and nut loaf
- Add a handful of almonds, walnuts, pistachios, pecans, hazelnuts, or any nut of your liking, to the dough prior to baking.
Fruit and chocolate bread
- Add some chocolate chips or chocolate pieces into the dough balls before baking and you’ll end up with a sweet chocolatey, fruity bread. Garnish with your choice of chocolate flakes, ganache or cream icing.
Hot cross buns
- Hot cross buns that are fluffy and fragrant. Make them for Easter, or have them all year round!
Easter bun pull apart / hot cross bun cake
- It’s a cake, a pull apart and a hot cross bun all in one. The easter bun pull apart has the look of a typical round cake, but with the ease of portioning. It’s a hands-on
Fruit filled tea cakes
- Our take on a traditional tea cake that you bake fresh and serve.
Fruit filled cream buns
- Another great example of how versatile our dough bases are. Use the fruit filled dough to bake a soft and sweet bun that you fill with fresh whipped cream and jam.
A Versatile Solution
The same dough base that you use to make this fruit loaf is the same dough base that you can use to make easter buns and the variations described above.
You can bake all of these items and extend your menu by simply using a single dough base.