Overnight Green Tea Spelt Loaf with Streusel


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I am a tea drinker and always try to incorporate tea, either black or green, oolong is my favourite though, into my baked goods whenever possible. This overnight spelt loaf, lightly sweetened with coconut sugar, is soft and tender with a buttery crumble topping--perfect for breakfast or afternoon tea snack.

DoughStreusel
  • 250 g White spelt flour
  • 100 g Whole spelt flour
  • 1/2 tbsp Green tea powder
  • 2 tbsp Coconut sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Sea salt
  • 3 g Dried yeast
  • 200 ml Liquid green tea, lukewarm
  • 1 Small egg
  • 50 g Butter, softened
  • 50 g White spelt flour
  • 30 g Coconut sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 40 g Unsalted butter, chopped
  1. Place all the dough ingredients in a mixer and mix everything until you have a smooth, stiff dough. Cover and leave it at room-temperature to rest for 2 hours.
  2. Gently knead down the dough and shape into a loaf to fit a standard-size loaf pan lined with baking paper. Cover and leave overnight to rise in the fridge.
  3. The loaf will have risen slightly after 8-10 hours. Take it out of the fridge and put it somewhere warm to carry on rising until it reaches the rim of the pan, 1 to 3 hours.
  4. Place all the streusel ingredients in a bowl and rub everything together until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Place the streusel on the top of bread.
  5. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F. Bake the loaf for about 40 minutes until nicely golden brown. Remove and cool on a wire rack for 5 minutes before turn it out to cool completely.

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50 comments:

gloriadelpilar_1994@yahoo.com 1/10/18 05:54

Angie what beautiful spelt cake and love streusel :)

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2pots2cook 1/10/18 07:21

Love the colour; streusel gives beautiful rustic touch ! Thank you Angie ! !

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Vicki Bensinger 1/10/18 11:33

I drink green tea constantly so I’m sure I’d love your green tea loaf. The color is so pretty! I will definitely try this.

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Evelyne CulturEatz 1/10/18 13:25

Oh love this bread.I enjoy tea in baked recipes too, I also prefer oolong best. I am going to have to try this,maybe with my sourhdough starter int here too.

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Eva Taylor 1/10/18 13:43

What a beautiful colour, it just screams healthy! We are going into winter now so I too will drink tea. Looks like a wonderful addition for an afternoon snack.

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Kitchen Riffs 1/10/18 15:47

I'll never turn down anything with a streusel topping! Particularly not this wonderful looking loaf -- you're right, this would be perfect with a nice cup of tea. Thanks!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 1/10/18 19:33

What a delicious and hearty loaf! I love green tea also, Angie, and drink it most days but don't think of putting it into bakery. Love the idea!

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Pam 1/10/18 20:57

Your spelt loaf looks delicious, Angie! Great color and streusel topping!

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Balvinder Ubi 2/10/18 00:33

I love eating variety of breads but I am not a good baker like you, Angie.I tried sauerkraut last week but mine started turning red from bottom. Will send you the picture.

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Dawn Yucuis 2/10/18 04:57

I am a tea drinker too. My favorite is green tea. I have never made bread or baked goods with tea, I will have to try it.

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noobcook 2/10/18 04:59

fellow tea lover here! I heart everything green tea and your bread looks so enticing to me.

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kitchen flavours 2/10/18 05:42

A beautiful loaf! Extra delicious with the streusel topping!

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Rafeeda AR 2/10/18 08:06

I have heard of overnight breads and have been wanting to bake them since long... love that light green tinge on the bread, so well baked!

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Nancy Chan 2/10/18 08:41

This will be great with a piping hot coffee or tea.

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Izaa 2/10/18 11:50

I like such baked goods very much

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 2/10/18 14:00

What a beautiful loaf of bread, Angie! Love the color and that crunchy top! :)

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Juliana 2/10/18 19:49

This is sure a beautiful green tea loaf, and I love the idea of overnight rising...perfect with the layer of streusel. Great recipe Angie...as always!

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Judee Algazi 2/10/18 20:08

Wow! your bread looks and sounds wonderful. Using tea in baking is new to me- interesting idea Angie

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Pam 2/10/18 20:09

I want a big piece with my cup of tea right now. YUM!

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GiGi Eats 2/10/18 20:39

I wanna be alone in a room with the streusel. LMFAO!

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claudia lamascolo 2/10/18 21:04

As always this bread looks sensational right out of a bakery or top magazine just perfections. wow

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tigerfish 3/10/18 00:11

It will be such a pleasure to enjoy green tea spelt loaf with a cup of tea :)

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grace 3/10/18 20:09

your latest bread looks pillow-soft and perfect to soak up whatever you might slather on!!

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Amrita Roy 4/10/18 07:13

what an awesome idea to incorporate green tea into loaf... the color is eco friendly

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shridevi sangolge 4/10/18 09:32

Oh interesting baking which is healthy too...Thanks for sharing a such a good and tasty recipe, keep sharing such a new and interesting recipes.
Indian recipes

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Tricia 4/10/18 15:29

This is such a beautiful loaf Angie - you are a magnificent baker. I bet the texture is wonderful.

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 4/10/18 16:22

Angie, now you're making me hungry! Would love a slice of this with my cup of black tea right this minute.

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I dolci di Grazia 4/10/18 19:22

Angie, mi fai sognare con questo cake! Kisses!

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Kelly | Foodtasia 4/10/18 22:28

This sounds delicious with the tea and the coconut!

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Chitz 5/10/18 13:03

They look so perfect and are so healthy as well. Yum :)

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Jeff 5/10/18 14:21

What a cool color. I feel like I want it to have a swirl of cream-color as well. I love green tea. What a refreshingly interesting bread.

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 5/10/18 15:20

I finally picked up some spelt flour the other day and am looking forward to putting it to use! This loaf sounds fantastic - and that color!

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Simone 6/10/18 10:18

What a great idea to incorporate tea into a cake Angie. Will definitely be trying that out soon!

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Liz Berg 6/10/18 14:03

I am sipping on some English breakfast tea this morning and I wish I had a slice of your beautiful spelt loaf to eat along with it! I haven't baked a yeast bread in a long time---you've inspired me again, Angie!

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Debra Eliotseats 7/10/18 20:31

What a lovely color. I want to get my hands on some Matcha powder ASAP.

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Adina 7/10/18 20:40

A beautiful bread! I have never used tea in baking, but I do make a nice salad dressing with tea. ☺

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No Spoon Necessary 7/10/18 21:33

I absolutely love tea, especially if something is cooked in it, or flavored with it, so I am going crazy over this loaf!!! It looks absolutely delicious, Angie!

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Reeni Pisano 8/10/18 00:08

A beautiful loaf of bread Angie! I am a tea lover too but never use it in my baking. I can see I'm missing out!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 9/10/18 00:25

I bet this loaf make a beautiful breakfast.

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 9/10/18 15:16

Love how you incorporated green tea into this beautiful loaf - and that streusel sounds delicious!

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Roz 9/10/18 22:55

Oh how I wish that I could have a slice of your delicious green tea loaf right this minute as I enjoy my afternoon cup of green tea. What a wonderful idea to use in a thread Angie!

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Pamela Palma 10/10/18 21:59

I should give this a try! I also am a tea fan, and green tea is such a great flavor to add to our breads. Why not!!

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Muna Kenny 11/10/18 16:48

I just want to remind you that you are the one who made me fall in love with baking! This Green tea loaf looks amazing :)

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mjskit 13/10/18 05:48

I'm a tea drinker, but haven't really incorporated tea into my cooking much. I love what you've created here. Just a little bit of matcha goes a long way in flavor and with the tea as the bread's liquid, the flavor of tea is through and through. Lovely bread Angie!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 14/10/18 20:54

This sounds lovely! I've never baked with tea, but I think I need to change that.

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The-FoodTrotter 14/10/18 23:12

OMG I'm so much in love with your recipe, it looks both moist and crispy! I really like the idea of the green tea in a loaf, very creative :)

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Sharon D 21/10/18 15:23

What a beautiful loaf, Angie. The streusel on top is a nice touch.

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Veena Theagarajan 24/10/18 08:26

must try this.. I am big fan of Matcha

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Choclette 31/10/18 17:47

I'm a tea drinker too and like oolong, though I have to say rooibos is my number one. This green tea bread looks perfect and would go wonderfully well with a nice cup of froothie matcha.

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