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Pumpkin Fruit Cake GF



12 slice(s)


  • 200 g Pumpkin steamed
  • 2 apples (peeled)
  • 125 g dried apricots
  • 50 g orange & lemon zest
  • 125 g sultanans
  • 125 g raisins
  • 50 g ginger glazed
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tsp bicarb soda
  • 2 eggs
  • 170 g GF Flour, mixture of Bannana & Coconut &Cornflour
  • 1 tsp Cinamon, nutmeg

Recipe's preparation

  1. Place cubed pumpkin into Steamer basket, place 500g water in the bowl and cook on Varoma 12 mins speed 1, set aside to cool.

    Add Apricots and apples to a dry bowl and chop 10 seconds speed 10, scrape down sides.  Add fruits, ginger, honey and cook 6 mins 100 C Reverse Speed 1.  at the end of the cooking add the Bicarb soda.  Remove bowl and allow to cool, 10 mins

    Grease or line a 20cm loose base cake tin, set oven to 165C

    Add pumpkin and eggs to bowl and combine 5 seconds reverse speed 5

    Scrape down bowl and add flours and spices and mix 15 seconds reverse speed 6, can use spatula to assist and repeat if necesary

    Place mixture into prepared tin and bake for 90 mins, cover cake with foil half way through cooking time, let cool in the tin, cake will keep well in an airtught container in the fridge when in the tropics.


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Could increase the quantities but would remove mixture from TM bowl and place into a large basin before mixing in the flours.

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