|by Louise Spilsbury|
One of a series that introduces young readers to various key foods, looking at how they reach the plate, and what they provide nutritionally.
Results 1 - 10 of 1,990 for no flour fruit cake
In the bowl ... addition. Sift together flour, baking soda, ... minutes or until cake tests done. Cool ... cooled cake or frost with confectioners icing.
In a large ... or serve with fruit in syrup and ... is a good cake for slicing into ... a centerpiece. Refrigerate until ready to use (at least 1 hour).
Preheat oven to ... fork, stir together flour, brown sugar ... center of the cake comes out clean. ... cake is great as-is without the fruit on top, too!
sifted together. Bake for about 1 hour in a preheated 350°F oven.
Sift flour and corn starch together. (1 cup cake flour may substitute ... fold together until no streaks remain. Pour ... shape. Fold in fruit; pile on top of cake, arranging decoratively.
Note: Drain fruit and reserve syrup ... in center of cake comes out clean. ... calcium, 531.4IU Vitamin A, 3.4mg Vitamin C, 12.1IU Vitamin D, 1.4mg iron.
If using butter, ... softened before making cake. Cherry, peach, ... choices for the fruit filling, but nearly ... the pan with flour, then shake ... the syrup, if desired.
Preheat oven to ... sure there is no yolk (yellow) in ... minutes. Sift together flour, salt (optional), ... determining whether a cake is done is ... is likely to fall.
Cut cherries and ... brown paper. Pack fruit cake into pans. Press ... paper when still warm. Wrap in wax paper and store in refrigerator. Keeps for months.
Cut with scissors. ... for 2 hours. Cake should be brown. ... soon as baked. Turn upside down. Pull off wax paper. Let cool overnight. Keep in refrigerator.
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