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    Use whatever size of cup desired, depending on the size of loaf you would like – fat-free recipe.

    INGREDIENTS

    2 cups of SR flour

    1 cup sugar

    1 cup dried fruit

    1 cup milk

    2 tblsps of treacle (More if a really big cup)

    METHOD

    Mix all thoroughly together (might be best to put dried fruit in last if using an electric mixer)

    Bake in a lined tin at 190 degrees until firm – serve buttered

    Enjoy!

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    #387522

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    Yippee! Well done Fruits !  Will definitely have a go at this, have some French butter at the ready! :yahoo: n

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    What’s the French equivalent of SR flour, Fruitcake? And is the milk entier or demi-écrémé, or is there no difference?

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    #387531

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    Farine a gateaux avec  poudre levant VK, don’t think it matters which milk, I only ever have longlife semi-skimmed so use that.

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    #387532

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    Sounds deliciously fattenting, got to have some.

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    I thought you mentioned the dreaded word diet! …………tigre!!

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    #387552

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    thanks Fruitcake  :heart:

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    Enjoy folks!  :rose:

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    #387575

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    Sounds really easy :good:   but no malt? Excuse my ignorance but sure I can taste malt and also the name says malt to me?  :unsure:

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    Can you buy black treacle here? I’ve never seen it.

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    #387666

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    Oops! just read the ingredients again and it says ‘treacle’ not black treacle!

    Assume you mean golden syrup? If so, I’ve never seen that here either.

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    NO NO Marie it is black treacle, golden syrup won’t give it the malt loaf texture and flavour – I’m afraid I import it, along with muscavado sugar and many other cake ingredients, I usually make up an order from one of the online shops that deliver here if I haven’t got anyone coming over.

    Buddylux – no there is no malt in it, just has the flavour of a malt loaf

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    It’s very yummy too!  :rose:

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    You had a go then Blue? Glad you like it  :rose:

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    No not yet , Fruits, but I’ m going to. I’ve always loved a good malt loaf!  I’m hoping it turns out well . Will report back with a photo or not, depending  on the results!   :yahoo:

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    :good: good idea  :rose:

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    It is in the oven at this very moment. It has risen but the top has split. I followed the recipe word for word and am waiting for the midddle to get cooked. How long does it normally take please?

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    Your oven may run a bit hotter than mine CASWAS which may have caused the cracking, it won’t spoil the taste, in mine it takes about 50 mins.

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    Thanks FC, It is now proudly standing on a cakestand to cool. Not sure how long it will get to cool though, before the urge to cut a slice or two gets the better of me.

    Its the first loaf or cake type thing I have made using my late Mother’s Kenwood Chef. Will report back on what it tastes like.

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    She would be proud! Will look forward to the verdict! Well done! :rose:

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    Thanks FC, Mrs CAWAS says it is the best she has ever had! I cannot recall a nicer one. We bought a new loaf tin especially but my cups were mugs and too big. Our cups were too small so I looked online and found a cup to be 8 fluid ounces. Perfect! Thanks again. Do you have any other easy recipies?

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    Glad it was a success CASWAS, I am sooo annoyed as I have just sat and typed out 4 recipes for you and was just finishing the last word and suddenly was sent back to my profile and the whole b****y lot disappeared!!!! I will have another go when I open up the laptop again Urrrgggg!!!   :-(

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    Sorry FC that is so annoying! It usually happens to me when I am booking a flight or sending an important message. Thanks for your time though.

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