|Muffins, Tea Breads & Gems|
|by Sherri Eldridge|
Linger awhile with some warm Muffins, Tea Breads & Gems. For breakfast or anytime, these delightful lowfat treats are right for sampling.
Tip: Try nut bread for more results.
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Put butter into ... and stir until melted. Add orange rind and juice, sugar, almond extract, slightly beaten egg, chopped candied fruit and Brazil nuts.
Mix dry ingredients together. Add nuts and mix well. ... Pour into 2 greased loaf pans. Bake about 1 hour in preheated 325 degree oven. Yields 2 loaves.
This was mom's ... over dates and nuts. Sift together ... degrees. Put in aluminum foil and this freezes well and keeps in the refrigerator a long time.
Grease and line ... large bowl. Add nuts, dates and ... in refrigerator. Keeps well. Better if aged a few weeks before eating. Slice very thin to serve.
Place chopped nuts in a large ... remove to wire rack to cool completely before slicing. You can freeze this up to a couple weeks in advance if necessary. t
Mix fruit, nuts and add 3 ... spices, nuts (except Brazil nuts) and liquid. ... middle. Add rest of the dough. Bake at 250. If made in 2 loaves, bake 3 hours.
Beat the egg ... color. Add ground nuts, powdered coffee, bread crumbs and brandy. ... cake may be split in half and filled and covered with whipped cream.
Add milk to ... chopper, using dried bread to absorb juices ... hot vegetable water (or just water), add quickly to browned flour and stir until smooth.
Sift together sugar, ... cinnamon. Stir in bread cubes. Add rest ... powdered sugar. Add beaten egg and vanilla. Cook until it strings, serve warm over pudding.
Rather expensive, but ... the fruits and nuts. Bake in ... and then wrap in Saran and foil. Refrigerate before serving for easy slicing with a sharp knife.
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