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Easy Fruit Cake

Only 3-4 ingredients and 1 bowl. Great taste


  • 1 pkg mixed fruit, 750 gr
  • 1 can fruit juice, any flavour about 400-500ml
  • 3 cups self rising flour
  • I made this with apple juice and added 1 heaped tsp. cinnamon.


In large mixing bowl add mixed fruit and juice. Cover and soak for several hours or overnight.


Add 3 cups sifted SR flour, a little more or less depending on what needed. Mix all together in bowl.

Grease 8 inch square cake tin or line with kitchen paper greased. Put mixture into tin and cook in 180 degrees C (about 350 degrees F) oven for around 40 minutes. Test with skewer to see if cooked.

Cool slightly and turn out from tin. When cold slice and serve. You can butter each slice if desired.

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By Lorraine

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November 15, 20100 found this helpful

I love any kind of fruitcake and I don't think I ever saw such an easy recipe. Very interesting.

Thanks for sharing it,

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November 15, 20100 found this helpful

This would be the World's Easiest Moist Fruit Cake.


  • 1 litre of chocolate milk (4 1/4 cups)
  • 1 kg. Mixed Fruit (2 1/4 lbs)
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  • 2 cups Self Raising flour (use your usual flour in America + baking soda)

That's all ingredients


Soak your mixed fruit in 700 ml. (about 3 cups) of your litre of your chocolate milk overnight in your fridge.

Line your tin with baking paper or foil about 1 inch above the top of your tin, 17mm sq.

Sift your flour, baking soda or Self Raising Flour 1 cup at a time into your fruit-milk mixture and mix in well with wooden spoon then the second cup the same. Bake in your oven at 150 degrees C (about 300 degrees F) for 1 hour and a half. Test with skewer or cake tester. If it comes out clean, it's done.

Let the cake cool in the tin.

Enjoy! Oh, by the way, drink the 300ml (about 1 1/2 cups) of left over chocolate milk. If you enjoy this cake, please let me know.


By John from Tasmania, Australia

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