Sunday, 10 February 2013

Warburtons Fruit Loaf with Orange

Warburtons Orange Fruit Loaf is similar to their delicious Raisin Loaf with Cinnamon, but this version is made with sultanas and bits of orange flavoured pieces. Also, according to the pack, two slices will provide one of your five a day. 

Each slice has 88 calories, which is slightly less than the Raisin with Cinnamon Loaf with 98 calories a slice.

This loaf would appeal if you like hot cross buns with peel inside. It’s good to eat simply spread with reduced fat butter and it’s even tastier when toasted.

Watch out when taking it out of the toaster - those sultanas get much hotter than the rest of the bread and can burn if you're not careful!

Warburtons Orange Fruit Loaf can be frozen and is suitable for vegetarians.

Found in the bread section of larger supermarkets.

Nutrition information: Per 34.5g slice: 88 calories, 2.6g protein, 16.6g carbohydrates, 8.8g sugars, 0.9g fat, 0.1g saturates, 1.6g fibre, 0.29g salt.

 (naturally occurring sugars).


  1. I love this bread, tried it for the first time this weekend, its a great alternative to hot cross buns since it only contains natural sugars. Being naughty having some for lunch today :-p

    1. It is nice. I like the cinnamon version a bit more and they are a great alternative to hot cross buns.


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