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    Quote Originally Posted by olismumma View Post
    @anewme can you pls post recipe when u get a chance, looks delish!!

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    2 family sized blocks of chocolate, I used the Cadbury crunchie but you can use any kind. I top up with a handful chocolate buds because I like my fudge hard but you can just use the 2 blocks.

    1 tin of condensed milk

    I don't use these but the recipe calls for it but I don't like flavor they give so I leave them out.
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    1 table spoon of butter
    1 tsp of vanilla essence.

    Topping
    Crushed honeycomb to mix through.

    Break up chocolate and put milk butter and vanilla essence in the slow cooker cook on low string every 10 to 15 mins for a minimum of 1 hr. Can take up to 2 hrs. Mixture should be really thick.

    Pour into a dish lined with baking paper.
    You can mix through a topping or just put it on top. If using a topping like biscuits eg oreos when doing cookies and cream put them in the dish and than pour on the fudge.

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    Does anyone have a no fail cherry cake recipe? The kind that is like vanilla butter cake with glacé cherries in it?
    This was my effort today but no matter what i do the cherries always sink to the bottom and the cake seems really dense and the cherries seem overcooked! Hoping that makes sense!

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    Nothing fancy but made ham and cheese muffins. DS loved them.

    ♥ me & my little boy ♥
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    We are waiting for DH and my dad to arrive home from Fraser Island, I made these for them this afternoon. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1411279675.171419.jpg

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    @Tinkbug I dont have a recipe though when I make berry loaf or blueberry muffins I put the berries in a seperate bowl with about 1/4 cup of the flour needed in recipe, then I fold them through at the end. I read it in one of my recipes to stop berries all ending up at the bottom. So far so good for me. Hope this helps

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    Thanks @olismumma will give that a go next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by olismumma View Post
    @Tinkbug I dont have a recipe though when I make berry loaf or blueberry muffins I put the berries in a seperate bowl with about 1/4 cup of the flour needed in recipe, then I fold them through at the end. I read it in one of my recipes to stop berries all ending up at the bottom. So far so good for me. Hope this helps

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    Yes this. Coat well in flour first to help stop them sinking. Helps with choc chips, sultanas etc too.

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    I've also heard using frozen berries and not thawing them before folding through the batter helps?

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    Threw an afternoon tea for my mum today.
    Lemon delicious slice
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    Apple and date cake with coconut caramel topping
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    Blueberry muffins
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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Threw an afternoon tea for my mum today.
    Lemon delicious slice
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    Apple and date cake with coconut caramel topping
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    Blueberry muffins
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    Omg food heaven.

    And where was my invite?


 

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