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Sugarfree Orange and Sultana cake

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#1 Mrs Daryl Dixon

Posted 26 February 2013 - 07:02 PM

Hi everyone,
I recently had the pleasure of consuming a delicious, sweet, moist orange and sultana cake/loaf. When I asked the friend who made it, she mentioned that it is sugar free-apparently you use orange juice for the sweetness.
I have asked her to email me the recipe, but she is super busy with family at the moment and hasn't had the chance to get back to me.  I wondered if anyone here on EB has a recipe or could point me in the direction of one. I have tried looking on google and taste.com.au but without much luck-there are a few recipes, but they don't look much like the one I ate.
Any suggestions will be most appreciated!!
biggrin.gif Waiting in anticipation.......

#2 WiseEyes

Posted 26 February 2013 - 07:19 PM


this could be it! made in a cake tin?

#3 Froger

Posted 26 February 2013 - 07:26 PM

Wiseeyes, that one has sugar. I would say it would most likely be based on ground almonds, rather than flour. Otherwise if it is flour based it is gojng to taste awful without sugar.

#4 Mrs Daryl Dixon

Posted 26 February 2013 - 08:24 PM

Wise eyes,
That was the one I found on taste.com.au but alas like the other pp said, it has sugar!! Oh well, maybe I misunderstood my friends recipe.  
I'll keep waiting for her to get back to me. If I have any luck, I'll post it in here.
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