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  • #246335
    sunflower
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    Would anyone have a recipe for a gluten-free fruitcake?

    I’m also looking for a foolproof recipe for a rich dark, moist gingerbread cake/loaf.

    What flour could I use to convert to a gluten-free version?

    TIA

    #383382
    djc
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    Courgette and Ginger cake

    8 oz Sugar 1lb grated courgette

    4oz Amaranth flour 1 cup chopped glace ginger

    4oz rice flour 1 cup oil

    2tsp cinnamon 3 beaten eggs

    2tsp baking Powder 2tsp vanilla essence

    2tsp groung ginger Water to mix

    4oz sultanas optional

    Put eveything except glace ginger and courgette into food proceessor and blend for 3 min. Stir in courgettes and ginger. Place in 2lb loaf tin(greased and floured) Cook in centre of oven for 45 min- 180 C/350F/ gas 4. Cool in tin for 5-10 mins before turning out.

    #383383
    purplehat
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    My (Wonderful) Doctor’s Boiled Fruit Cake (Gluten & Dairy Free) Recipe

    125g Nuttelex

    Mixed fruit

    1 tsp Bicarb

    1 cup mashed Pears in natural juice

    ½ cup natural juice from pears

    1 tsp mixed spice

    ½ cup naval orange juice

    125g blanched almonds

    extra blanched almonds for decorating

    3 eggs

    ½ cup soy flour

    1½ cup rice flour

    2½ tsp baking powder

    Boil mixed fruit in water for 10 minutes, then drain and wash

    Add all ingredients except last 4 into saucepan, bring to the boil

    boil 10 minutes then allow to cool

    Add 3 eggs, well beaten

    Sift in rice flour, soy flour and baking powder

    Mix with wooden spoon

    Put into a greased & paper lined 10cm tin

    Bake in oven at 180°C for 1 hour

    Serve as a cake slice or with custard for a warm dessert

    – Sounds good, but I admit, I havn’t had a go at this one yet. Most of her recipes are yummy though. 😉

    #383384
    sunflower
    Member

    Thank you Purplehat,

    Is Nuttelex that Nutella choc hazlenut spread?

    I’m guessing that’s a 375gm packet of fruit? Or is it optional?

    The pear fruit and juice should be interesting.

    #383385
    Teacup
    Member

    I think Nuttelex is used instead of butter, is found with the butter and margarine in supermarket (and it is not nutella) …..

    #383386
    purplehat
    Member

    Sunflower, Teacup is right, I meant the dairy-free margarine. I wish I could eat Nutella. 😉

    The fruit I guess she just means the packs of dried mixed fruit. She usually uses dried currents in her other recipes, which I then boil for 10 minutes before using.. I’m not sure if she means to do that in this recipe though.. sorry I’m not being more helpful! I’d just use it dried in this case, I think. Hey, it’s only once a year. 😆 I really should give it a try.

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