This magical Christmas Fruit Cake will take all the holiday kitchen trouble away from you - too good to be true, yet it is!
Whether you are completely into a holiday season or just want to make something “Christmas” mid-year (that may happen to all of us), it is always a good time for this sweet and nutritious Chrismas Fruit Cake recipe.
And if you make it for Christmas, what can be better than to get your whole family together to discuss your holiday plans and enjoy a happy family reunion with this delicious fruit cake?!
But as much as they are fun, holidays bring so many things to take care of – buying and wrapping gifts, decorating trees, giving out Christmas treats… I hope that this Christmas recipe can at least take all that kitchen trouble away from you, so you could focus on the rest!
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Melt butter in a small saucepan. Add eggs, sugar, vanilla sugar, orange peels and mix together.
Put mixed dried fruit, juice and wine into a large pan, set over a medium heat for 5 minutes. Strain the mixed dried fruit from the liquid.
Mix Fruits with Flour
Stir the mixed fruit with the eggs, sugar, vanilla sugar. Add flour and mix it again.
Heat oven up to 375ºF (190ºC) fan-forced. Bake the cake for 20-25 minutes. Remove the cake from the oven and leave it to cool completely in the tin.
Meanwhile, mix mascarpone cream with icing sugar and thickened cream. Whip the cream up with a mixer until you see dense cream. Then add lemon juice.
Cool the cake & decorate
When the cake is completely cooled, decorate it with creamy topping and sprinkle with stars and silver cachous.