Classic raising agent for adding to plain flours when making cakes, scones and puddings.
Baking Powder ingredients: Wheat Flour, Raising Agents (sodium pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate).
Wheat Flour, Raising Agents (sodium pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate).
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Summary: This tea loaf is surprisingly easy to make, and will delight children and grown-ups alike. Served with tea, it will be very much appreciated during cold afternoons over the Christmas holiday.
Summary: This carrot cake uses sprouted wholemeal Spelt flour rather than plain wheat white flour, for enhanced nutrition. The other health boosting secret ingredients in this carrot cake are the bananas and the dried fruits, which help reduce the amount of sugar needed. Also, the bananas make the cake really moist ; it keeps fresh in an airtight tin. The cake is quite indulgent, so small slices are great – it would easily serve 20.
Leave the sugar out altogether, if you didn’t want a very sweet cake.
If you want a healthier cake with a lower fat content, skip the icing.
If you do make the icing, but you want to avoid food colouring, or you don't have a piping bag, you could simply decorate the cake by arranging grated carrot shreds in a pretty pattern on top of the white icing.
Summary: A traditional Scottish recipe of an unleavened oat bread, typically cooked on an iron griddle or skillet. Yet another way to get your oats!
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