Yield: Yields one loaf
Dried lavender adds a floral note to this sweet, fragrant bread that begs to be enjoyed with a cup of warm tea.
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This was SO good. I made three loaves to bring to a party and they were gone in a matter of minutes. I added a bunch of lemon rind to the glaze to make it more tart. I also crushed the dried lavender in a mortar and pestle.Guarantee you will love it.
My husband and I both think that this loaf cake is really good! Mine looked as pretty as the picture:) I found the lavender at Whole Foods in the bulk spice section, so was able to buy only the very small amount needed for the recipe. I'll definitely be making it again.
I doubled the recipe and made 4 mini loaves and 6 muffins. I ate a muffin just hot out of the oven without the glaze. Yum! Will definitely make again.
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