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    Apple Sauce & Carrot Muffins

    I have just recovered from a nasty flu. While I was in bed struggling to eat, my husband made an attempt to cook Stewed Apple for me, but it ended up a mushy paste-like sauce. Today I used it to make these Muffins based on my ‘Morning Glory Muffins’. If you have leftover Apple Sauce, …

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    Rice Cooker Yoghurt Cake

    Rice cooker is easy and energy efficient method to make cakes. All my rice cooker cakes can be baked in the oven, but not all oven-baked cake recipes work well in rice cooker. Here is my ‘Rice Cooker Yoghurt Cake’. I mixed all ingredients, poured the mixture into rice cooker’s inner pot, then pressed ‘Start’ …

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    Instant Golden Syrup Mug Pudding

    If you occasionally crave Golden Syrup Pudding like me, you should try this super quick and easy instant mug version. Ingredients are same as the oven baked version. If you have a microwave, it would take only five minutes to make it. Makes 1 Serving*I used 380ml mug and the sauce overflowed a little. Please …

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    Almond Meal & Lemon Cake (No Flour)

    I made this Lemon Cake for someone who is allergic to some flours. As I was not sure which flour was OK, it was best to use no flour at all. This is Almond Meal 100% cake. If the person was allergic to dairy, I could omit Butter. This is a very moist delicious cake. …

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    Rice Cooker Pumpkin Cake

    Today I needed to use up leftover cooked Pumpkin. I decided to make a rice cooker cake. If your rice cooker has ‘Cake’ setting, it is absolutely easy and energy efficient to cook cakes, frittata and crustless quiche. I line the base of the rice cooker’s inner pot with baking paper. If your rice cooker …

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    Brandy Pound Cake

    My ‘Basic Pound Cake’ recipe requires 125g of Butter, Sugar, Eggs and Self-Raising Flour, not 1 pound of each. That’s the best amount for my cake tin. You can alter the recipe as you like. The rule of this type of cake is to maintain the 1:1:1:1 ratio. Based on the basic recipe, you can …

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    Rhubarb Cake

    My ‘Whatever Fruit You Have’ Cake is very easy and the recipe is absolutely versatile. You can use ‘Whatever Fruit You Have’. However, depending on the sweetness and sourness of the Fruit, you need to alter the amount of ingredients, especially Sugar. When you use fresh Rhubarbs, you need extra Sugar because Rhubarbs are sour. …

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    Rhubarb Mug Cake

    I had just 1 stalk of Rhubarb and wondered what I could make with it. I thought it would be enough for a mug cake. Then I sliced it and added to my ‘Instant Mug Cake’ with 1 pinch Salt. It was a bit sour. I could have added more Sugar, but I enjoyed it …

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    Rhubarb Crumble Cupcakes

    Rhubarb can be used for many desserts, but I believe this is the easiest way to use it. Just add thinly sliced Rhubarb to Cupcakes. I used my ‘Basic Plain Cupcakes’ recipe but I increased the amount of Sugar as Rhubarb is quite sour. You don’t need to precook Rhubarb. Crunchy crumble topping is optional. …

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    Super Easy Mini Cup Cheesecakes

    Since I realised that Arnott’s Choc Ripple Biscuits are the same size as the base of my 12-hole muffin tin’s cup, I have had this idea to make Mini Cup Cheesecakes and I finally made them today. I usually make the base of Cheesecake with crumbed sweet biscuits and melted Butter. But, for these Cup …

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    Quick & Easy Sultana Buns

    When you want to make cake OR biscuits but you don’t have enough time, this recipe might help you. These sweet and fluffy Sultana Buns can be made in 20 minutes after you decided to make them. You may wish to add Chocolate Chips instead of Sultanas. The recipe is very versatile. It’s super simple …

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