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Lunchbox fruit cakes


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Ingredients

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  • 150 grams Butter
  • 150 grams dried apricots
  • 150 grams Dried pears
  • 150 grams sultanas
  • 90 grams brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon mixed spice
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1 teaspoon bicarb soda
  • 2 eggs
  • 90 grams plain flour
  • 90 grams SR flour
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1.  Pre-heat oven at 180deg. fan-forced.

     

    2.  Place apricots and pears in bowl and chop 4 sec, speed 5.

     

    3.  Add butter, sultanas, sugar, spices, bicarb soda and 150mls of water to bowl. Cook 4 mins, 100 degrees, Counter-clockwise operation, speed 1.

     

    4.  Leave in bowl to cool a little, about 10 minutes is fine.

     

    5.  Add eggs to bowl and beat 5 secs, Counter-clockwise operation, speed 5.

     

    6.  Add flour to bowl and combine ingredients, 15 secs,Counter-clockwise operation,speed 3.

     

    7 Cook for 16 minutes in a muffin tray. 

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Tip

Great as they are for kids lunchboxes.

For Christmas, I dip the tops in melted white chocolate and place a jaffa on the top.


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  • Yummy, these are so light and delicious. I’ve...

    Submitted by Sallydfinnie on 14. February 2018 - 18:16.

    Yummy, these are so light and delicious. I’ve used up left over Christmas fruits and bought another load to keep making them, hubby loves taking them to work for snacks. I’ve found so far any mix of dried fruit works I just keep total amount the same. I’ve also added a green apple roughly chopped. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • These are absolutely beautiful. I didn't have...

    Submitted by Cookitquick on 5. December 2017 - 23:02.

    These are absolutely beautiful. I didn't have dried pear and my apricots were past their date so subed raisins and cranberries. Will definitely be making these again. Thank you for a simple but wonderfully tasty recipe.

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  • These are divine!! Little bites of heaven! Will be...

    Submitted by Cjones86 on 9. December 2016 - 14:44.

    These are divine!! Little bites of heaven! Will be regular in our house

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  • Very easy and much quicker

    Submitted by Jaynic on 4. November 2016 - 08:07.

    Very easy and much quicker than making a large fruit cake. I used mixed dried fruit

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  • Yummy, I replace 50ml of the

    Submitted by Thermolinnie on 1. December 2015 - 19:02.

    Yummy, I replace 50ml of the water with port, at the end of the cook, also use a variety of fruit and nuts 

     

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  • Great recipe  :) 

    Submitted by Wendy joy on 17. July 2015 - 09:28.

    Great recipe  tmrc_emoticons.) 

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