This stunning holiday cranberry spiral bread is inspired by a Swedish tea ring but has a cranberry, ginger, and pecan fruit filling that will make your holiday table look spectacular.
This post was sponsored by Bi-Rite Market. I was compensated for this post and developing this recipe. However, all opinions below are my own.
I’ve been making this cranberry spiral fruit bread ring for years now in one version or another. It’s inspired by a traditional Swedish tea ring, a yeasted coffee cake that is often served during the winter months. Yet somehow, I have never actually gotten to share the recipe on my blog. So when I was approached to partner with my favorite local San Francisco grocer, Bi-Rite Market, I knew it was the recipe I wanted to share! I’ve been shopping at Bi-Rite Market for the past 15 years, ever since I moved two blocks away from them, and they always have the best seasonal and local produce available.
This cranberry spiral bread is one of those stunning desserts that uses seasonal fresh cranberries in the filling along with crystallized ginger and chopped pecans. Rolled into a log, made into a ring, then cut partially into spiral disks, the sweet yeasted bread looks like a beautiful holiday wreath that you can eat!…