Boiled fruit cake recipes

Boiled Fruit Cake

Boiled Fruit Cake

Add eggs, flour, cocoa and honey and stir till all is incorporated into the fruit mixture and form a nice cake mix
Pineapple Boiled Fruit Cake

Pineapple Boiled Fruit Cake

Boiled Fruit Cakes are a Northern Irish thing. Don’t let the name put you off – they are actually one of the moistest most flavoursome fruit cakes you could wish for
Boiled Fruit Cake

Boiled Fruit Cake

I've adapted it slightly as dried fruit is really expensive. This will last for ages, I think it could even make a good Christmas cake
Boiled Fruit Cake

Boiled Fruit Cake

water, bicarbonate of soda & mixed spice, bring to a rolling boil and cook for 1 minute. 2. Cool the mixture for 15 minutes, stirring often, before gradually adding the beaten eggs
Pineapple Christmas Fruit Cake

Pineapple Christmas Fruit Cake

Beat the eggs into the cooled boiled mixture followed by the sifted flour. This recipe uses light brown sugar as opposed to dark brown sugar which you would find in a rich fruit cake recipe and there is no treacle
Palm Cake

Palm Cake

Boiled egg and sweet red peppers. This cake is very original because it incorporates this ingredient that is not unusual in these types of recipes
Spiced Fruit Bread

Spiced Fruit Bread

I baked these in mini bundt cake pans, because they were originally planned as a yeasted cake (but it is definitely more bread than cake) and I wanted them to look more cake like
Epiphany Cake – Bake of the Week

Epiphany Cake – Bake of the Week

Brush the pastry edge with milk or boiled water. The other version is more common to Spain and New Orleans and is more cake or brioche based with candied fruits and plenty of sugar
Golden Sultana & Pecan Cake

Golden Sultana & Pecan Cake

I quickly tipped out the sultanas, now boiled down to a treacly syrup that was set to harden, out into a sieve and I took the dogs out for a walk while I reconsidered my plans for the cake I was making