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coconut and apricot slice---FREEZABLE!

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    Default coconut and apricot slice---FREEZABLE!

    Description: A nice sweet coconut-y slice with the tanginess of apricots-can be made with splenda
    Serving Size: about 12-15 depending on style of slicing??
    Time: about 45 minutes, including prep.
    Difficulty: Easy

    Ingredients:
    1. -1 1/2 c flour
    2. -1 tsp baking powder
    3. -1 1/4 c coconut
    4. -1 1/4 c castor sugar
    5. -1/3 c chopped dried apricots
    6. -125 gm melted butter
    7. -3 beaten eggs
    8. -3/4 c milk
    9. can add sultanas
    Preparation:
    1. grease a 20-30 cm tin. line base with baking paper.
    2. preheat oven to 150-180 degrees c.
    Instructions:
    1. sift flour into bowl, add coconut and apricot and sugar.
    2. stir in butter and eggs and milk.
    3. pour mixture into tin and bake about 30 min.

    4. Yummy hot with fresh cream or vanilla icecream!

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    What is this: "can add sultanas"??

    Cheers,
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    Sultanas are raisins.

    Susan

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    Thanks Susan. Guess I should have googled that. I appreciate your help.

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    lol thats ok, when i first saw sultanas, i was told they were dried rabbit droppings so i screamed aand threw up everywhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwiorchids View Post
    lol thats ok, when i first saw sultanas, i was told they were dried rabbit droppings so i screamed aand threw up everywhere
    hahahha...

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    lol i havnt eaten sultanas since, but thats what my grammie put in the recipe so i just added 'can add sultanas' =)

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