How to make it

  • Pre-heat oven to 180C
  • Line a small loaf or 7-8" sponge tin with baking parchment
  • Blitz the chickpeas in a food processor to break up totally, then blend together everything except the apricots, until the mixture looks like cake mix.
  • Stir in the apricots and bake for about 30 mins or until cooked.
  • note - I usually split the eggs and blitz up the whites separately to add air into them then fold into the mixture last.

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  • sparkle 10 years ago
    Sorry... its an artificial powdered sweetner - no calories, is freely available in the Uk and Europe (and hopefully you'll have something similar in the Us??!), either by brand name of Canderel, or other brands. Hope this helps, as not sure how much suagr you would subsitute, let me know if you have problems and I'll see if I can work out for sugar....
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  • peetabear 10 years ago
    this sounds good but what is Candarel sweetener???
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  • sparkle 10 years ago
    This can also be adapted and you can use other dried fruit – prunes is nice too – or you can add in some choc drops. I have also experimented with prunes and adding drinking chocolate and some cinnamon! The versions are endless once you start to think about it.
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