Low Fat Carrot and Fruit Loaf

Low Fat Carrot and Fruit Loaf created by JustJanS

From Super Food Ideas - it is moist and easy to do.

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1hr 30mins
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  • Place carrot, apple, dried fruit, water, juice, sugar and cinnamon in pot.
  • Bring to the boil, simmer 15 minutes.
  • Set aside to cool.
  • Fold in sifted flours and bananas.
  • Spoon mixture into greased loaf tin 10 x 20 cms.
  • Bake 180 C for 50 - 60 minutes or until cooked when tested.
  • Turn onto wire rack to cool.
  • Slice and serve with butter.
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  1. Sydney Mike
    I'm with Lalaloula on this one ~ WOW! Definitely a most satisfying, great tasting loaf, & one that I could almost eat all by myself! And I already know I'll be making this one a handful of times come the end-of-year holidays, & I'll be sharing it in my Yule gift baskets, too! Made the recipe exactly as given & although I don't usually use sultanas, they were great in this recipe! Thanks so much for a great keeper! [Made & reviewed in Everyday Is a Holiday recipe tag]
  2. JustJanS
    Low Fat Carrot and Fruit Loaf Created by JustJanS
  3. JustJanS
    Low Fat Carrot and Fruit Loaf Created by JustJanS
  4. JustJanS
    I honestly can't beiieve something so healthy can taste this good. Packed with fruit, relatively low in sugar and as far as the fat and fibre content goes-I could eat the whole loaf without feeling too guilty. I used brown sugar and a mix of apricots and craisins along with the sultanas. I don't like cinnamon so much, so used mixed spice (similar to pumpkin spice) instead. I can imagine this warm with custard or iceream as the texture is "puddingy" and it was delicious warm spread with Logicol to take it's photo. Trust me, this will get made again and again as I continue on my weight loss journey!
  5. JustJanS
    I honestly can't beiieve something so healthy can taste this good. Packed with fruit, relatively low in sugar and as far as the fat and fibre content goes-I could eat the whole loaf without feeling too guilty. I used brown sugar and a mix of apricots and craisins along with the sultanas. I don't like cinnamon so much, so used mixed spice (similar to pumpkin spice) instead. I can imagine this warm with custard or iceream as the texture is "puddingy" and it was delicious warm spread with Logicol to take it's photo. Trust me, this will get made again and again as I continue on my weight loss journey!
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