Monday 10 November 2014


I'm partial to a bit of baking, especially when the oven does most of the work for you. A former colleague passed on this recipe years ago. I made it almost daily during the hungry months of breastfeeding that I went through with all three children. Now that they are a little older, and sometimes ask to bake something on the spare of the moment, this is my go-to recipe as I usually have all the ingredients in the cupboard, and it takes next-to-no time to make. It's also a great snack for lunch boxes and morning or afternoon tea. It's reasonably healthy too. No sugar, although lots of sultanas. Certainly no added preservatives or colours. Feel free to share any great recipes you may have. 
nw x

2 cups of self-raising flour
2 cups of dessicated coconut
2 cups of sultanas
2 cups of milk

1. Measure and mix all dry ingredients. Add milk, and stir. 
2. Place in a loaf tin lined with baking paper.
3. Bake in a pre-heated oven of about 180-degrees centigrade for about 30-45 mins, or until golden brown. Check with a skewer to see if it's cooked all the way through.

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