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    A quick and simple moist, dense cake with the flavour of plums and brown sugar. Feel free to use any fruit or berries you like instead of the plums. I used half whole wheat and half all purpose flour when I made this and also used light cream cheese and fat free yogurt. Cup measurements are estimates as I normally use grams.

    Recipe #430749

    1 Reviews |  By SallyDe

    A nice way to use up those Christmas (and Thanksgiving) cranberries that don't make it into your cranberry sauce. This is pretty low calorie as it contains no oil or butter, just applesauce. Orange and cranberry go well together. I read a recipe for a cranberry bread and decided to make it healthier and ended up almost completely changing the recipe, so I like to count it as my own.

    Recipe #402282

    1 Reviews |  By SallyDe

    Adapted from the Be-Ro home recipes book. As an english person I actually have no idea why scones are considered so British. But these are great with tea, a good breakfast food and look very pretty. You can use a variety of fruit fillings (my favourite is glace cherrys), to be honest I think any dried fruit will work as long as it's chopped to a good size (think around the size of a sultana). Also the recipe calls for 8oz self raising flour but when I made these this morning I used 4oz self raising, 4oz plain and 1 teaspoon baking powder and that worked wonderfully. The salt is optional, you can use margarine or butter and caster sugar is white granulated basically. Handle lightly for best results. It's a versatile recipe, enjoy.

    Recipe #375177


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