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    Quote Originally Posted by curlybird View Post
    @anewme do you put water in the slow cooker or just have the cupcakes sitting inside?
    No water. I have the metal kind of crock. If you have a ceramic one you could add a small amount to stop the crock from cracking.

    You do need to put a tea towel under the lid to absorb the condensation.

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    Just made cinnamon scrolls for the first time, waiting for them to cool to drizzle with glaze icing nom nom ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1406506115.441968.jpg

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    Date slice, it's so easy and yum. 10 mth old DD even likes it! It's just a one pot mix up, I put in lots of wholemeal flour, you can easily reduce the sugar for a lunch box treat.
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    Piyamj do you have a recipe for this date slice? it sounds yummy

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    Thanks @anewme :-)
    One more question did you make the pullapart in slowcooker also?

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    ooops I just realised you have already mentioned you cooked in slow cooker. thanks again @anewme

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    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/824/date+squares

    This is the recipe. I use medjool dates which are super yummy, and I use half wholemeal and half plain flour. You could easily reduce the sugar as the dates are so sweet. I bake it for 25 mins in a slice pan. It's a super recipe.

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    Thank you! I bought some lovely dates this afternoon, so will give it a go later this week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nameuser View Post
    how would one do the pullapart in the oven???
    I would shorten the time. I cook scrolls in both. The only difference is the time.

    Here is a oven recipe for a different one


    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/1624...eta+pull+apart

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