It looks really difficult but it is actually amazingly easy - it's just the ingredients list that looks daunting. Also makes an unforgettable wedding or christening cake. Allow 24hours for the fruit to soak, and 5 days for the cake to be ready to be iced.
Recipe by: SUEB34
This Christmas cake keeps very well and stays moist. You can use sherry instead of brandy if you prefer, it changes the taste a little.
Recipe by: Vickie de Vries
Using the microwave takes the work out of making a traditional Christmas cake. This cake takes less than an hour to make, keeps well and is delicious and moist.
Recipe by: LynneDee
A Christmas fruit cake where you don't soak the fruit beforehand but you do have the option of spooning over a few tablespoons of brandy every week until you are ready to ice and decorate your cake.
Recipe by: Jonathan
This easy cake uses jarred fruit mince, glace cherries, currants and almonds to create all the flavours of a Christmas pudding in a cake. Easy and delicious.
Recipe by: TEREAZAS FAB CAKES
Believe it or not this loaf cake recipe comes from Iceland, where it is served at Christmas. You'll want to make it more often than that!
Recipe by: Gudny Bjorg Kjaerbo
This Christmas cake is lovely in texture and taste. It just has one difference - no mixed peel. Plus you soak the alcohol in after you make it.
Recipe by: SCOTT LEANING
Ideally, make this cake in November to let the flavours mellow before Christmas. It is very good with a marzipan icing.
Recipe by: Carol
This is a lovely Christmas Cake which used dried pineapple, pawpaw and mango for a tropical flavour.
Recipe by: SLAVEMUM
This is a delicious alternative to traditional Christmas pudding but still is a serious and fruity dessert for the big day.
Recipe by: Clare