Whether you are making nut rolls, date cakes, muesli bars or Christmas pudding, dried fruit is a delicious and versatile ingredient.
This mix of hot date pudding and butterscotch sauce is pretty easy to make - great with a scoop of your favourite ice cream.
A warm sliced cake best served with butter and lashings of hot tea.
They are so delicious - you wouldn't believe that something with prunes could be this good! They're also low in fat, with just about 5g per muffin. A great morning or afternoon snack!
Quick and easy to prepare, this cake makes a healthy snack for hungry children or a handy addition to lunchboxes. And it's a great way to use up bananas that have been sitting in the fruit bowl for too long.
This is one of those recipes that mum always made and everybody loved. I've made this so many times and everybody loves it. It's easy to make and even easier to eat! It's not a low fat recipe which is probably why it tastes so great!
This is a great recipe for the bread machine, no fuss at all. Sultana bread is great toasted with just a little butter for a real treat.
If you like sticky date pudding you will love this cake. It's pretty similar but since it is egg free it has a different texture.
These muesli-muffin bars are very soft and perfect for lunchboxes! The recipe is very flexible as you can use a variety of dried fruits and either golden or maple syrup (muesli bars turn out sweeter when maple is used). You can also add extra ingredients, e.g. nuts.
This rice pudding with honey, cinnamon and sultanas is similar to an Indian-style rice pudding and is cooked in a pot on the stove - not baked.
A real banana bread for those that don't want a sticky wet quick cake recipe. You'll get a better flavour from this banana bread and no need to mash the bananas...the bread machine will mash them as it mixes the bread.