Fairy Cakes

For this recipe I used vitalite as the dairy free spread

200g vitalite

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200g Caster sugar

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cream together

 

4 eggs beaten and mixed in throughly

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200g self-raising flour, the recipe didn’t say it needed to be sieved, just to fold in gently

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split evenly between cake cases

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cook at 180°C for 15-20minutes until golden brown

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The boys both tried one after tea, Tim couldn’t get enough, Sam’s comment was

‘more in the kitchen mummy’

so I take that to be a success

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