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    And the biscuits from the other day:

    Wholemeal Cinnamon Cookies (thermy)

    100g raw sugar
    1 cinnamon stick
    140g butter, room temp
    1 egg
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    300g wholemeal plain flour

    1. Preheat oven to 180
    2. Place sugar and cinnamon stick in bowl and mill at speed 10 for 30 sec
    3. Add butter, egg and vanilla, cream for 1 minute speed 4
    4. Add flour, mix for 10sec speed 6. Scrape down sides (I usually need to do this step twice)
    5. Set dial to closed lid and knead for 1 min, interval, or until dough comes together. The dough is very sticky.
    6. Roll out and cut.
    7. Bake for 12-16 mins until light golden. Trays may need rotating halfway through.

    For alternative, replace cinnamon stick with one whole vanilla bean. Mill with sugar at step 1.

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    @harvs I use that fudge recipe too and it is always soooooo popular. Don't go spreading the rumor of how easy it is please! 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    @harvs I use that fudge recipe too and it is always soooooo popular. Don't go spreading the rumor of how easy it is please! 😉
    Ha ha sorry. I'll fix it :-)

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    I am making slow cooker caramel fudge for my work colleagues, dps colleagues and ds's day care staff ☺

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    I am making slow cooker caramel fudge for my work colleagues, dps colleagues and ds's day care staff ☺
    Can you post the recipe please?

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    Melt everything on high first. Then turn on low and stir every 15 minutes for about an hour and a half until it is silky smooth. Poor into lined tray and leave to set over night.
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    I'm planning on making snickerdoodle cookies for family (just a little gift) so unhealthy with amount of sugar but sooooo yummy lol

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    Ready for today's cookapalooza. Stop 1, Spiced Apple and Pear Paste:

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    Spiced Apple and Pear Paste (thermy)

    1 cinnamon stick
    4 cloves
    Raw sugar
    4 pears, peeled cored and roughly chopped
    2 apples, peeled cored and roughly chopped
    2 lemons, juice only
    50g water

    1. Place cinnamon stick, cloves and 150g of sugar in bowl and mill for 15sec speed 10
    2. Add pears, apples, lemon juice and water and cook for 15mins, 100 degrees, speed 1
    3. Remove mixture from bowl. Activate the scales and weigh back in the mixture. Add 1/4 of the weight of the mixture in sugar. Purée for 15 sec, speed 8.
    4. Cook for 2 hrs, 100 degrees, speed 3, with MC off and steamer basket on top.
    5. Cook for a further 30 mins, Varoma, speed 3. Check whether mixture is set by placing a small amount on a cold plate and dragging your finger through. If the mixture joins back together it requires longer cooking - (10mins, Varoma, speed 3, or until thickened).
    6. When mixture is set, pour into a shallow tray ones with baking paper. Refrigerate until set - approximately 2 hours.

    Cut paste into blocks and wrap in baking paper tied up with string. Well, that's what I do 😜

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