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I was just looking at what ingredients I would need for a Christmas cake so I am hoping to buy a few bits each week and make it at the end of this month but every recipe is so different.
Fruit cakes keep for ages, just remember to "feed" them every so often by piercing them with a knitting needle (or similar) and spooning a couple of dessert spoons of brandy into the cake. I did it late last year and fed it every few days (with morgan's spiced rum) over a couple of weeks and it was still good. Using value bags of mixed dried fruit is cheaper than buying them all separate, just add up the weights of fruit/nuts in your recipe and make yours the same, the ratios of different fruits aren't too important.
Ohhhhh excited now, anyone got any pictures of cakes that they may have decorated? ) but I quite fancy trying one of the celebrity chefs ones. I substitute some of the raisins & sultanas for cranberries & apricots & add some finely chopped walnuts & add the zest & juice of 1 orange as well as the lemon I was planning to bake my Xmas cake last month but had a few going on so didn't get around to it, would I be ok to do it this week do you think?
Was hoping to spread the cost a bit as can get a bit pricey......I'd recommend Delia's Christmas cake & Christmas pudding recipe, I've made both of them for the last few years & both are really delicious & quite simple.
I don't have a picture but I just cover it in marzipan and white icing, add a nice ribbon that matches my colour scheme then on top I use a star cutter, press it lightly into the icing just as a guide, trace the outline with writing icing and stick on little silver balls!
Dead easy and quick and looks great on a small cake.
Hi everyone I have decided to try and attempt to make a xmas cake this year, never done it b4 but I love backing and all things xmas lol.
My question is when do I start as I know it takes a lot longer then 'normal' cakes and also is it expensive?
In fact on the subject of Christmas cakes and the smells..there any other spiced fruit recipes that would evoke the same smells?
In my head I'm seeing individual fruit cake bars but wouldn't know where to start with making them lol.
I'm starting my cakes next week when my smallest starts school.
I make for all my family and quite a few customers order their Christmas cakes from me too.
I was always rather liberal as I don't like the thought of a dry fruit cake. I start it on "stir up sunday" the last sunday in November before advent (but soak the fruit the week before that).