The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 21, 1968 · Page 46
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 46

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 21, 1968
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Post & Timet, Ttonday, N. II, Banana Cake You Can Store And Give As A Gift ":!AY M,Y f -.1. Miss Mary Todd, Extension Home Economics Agent says one of her favorites for the holidays is the Banana Fruit Cake. It is inexpensive and easy to make, yet it is most delicious and nutritious and low in calories. Here recipe is: BANANA FRUIT CARE IV cups flour, lifted 2V teaspoons baking powder (double-action) Vi teaspoon salt cup coarsely chopped nuts ' cup seedless risins 1 cup mixed candied fruit 1-3 cup butter or other short ening 2-3 cup sugar W 3 to 4 ripe bananas Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Beat shortening in mixer bowl until creamy. Add sugar and eggs. Continue beating at medium speed 1 minute (or 150 strokes by hand beater). Peel bananas. Add to egg mixture. Mix until blended. Add flour mixture to which has been added nuts, raisins and candied fruit, beating at low speed for 30 seconds, or only until blended. DO NOT OVER-BEAT. Scrape bowl and beat er once or twice. Turn into greased loaf pan and bake in a moderate oven (350 F.) about 1 hour and 10 minutes, or until cake is done. Yield: one loaf (20 slices). The cake may be glazed or frosted if desired. It is delicious served warm or while fresh. May be wrapped or stored in refrigerator a week or in freezer a month or longer. The cake may be wrapped and given as a Christmas present. It is delicious sliced and spread with cream cheese and served with egg nog. .'; - -f , v ' ' ' U4 ; , x '' . X. '''-1'. i. f " 'Ccr ' " 1 "IIIT I -"If 'al.Y.gti e ... "v. . . v. , ? ' t M P W T Mi ",je. kst rvtmn. e?Ef3F Wnftflmw lllfi . mhiim mu-ezeaafc. ' LtkM... - t- """n. r ,xx- 1 8wb T TO I o : You 11 Want To Bake Two am 1 1-pound 13 ounce can pumpkin (3 Va cups) 1 cup powdered Pream 6 eggs Might as well make two of these fabulous pies at once. Chock full of pecans and fragrant with spices, these extra-special pumpkin pies will be 1 Vi cups light brown sugar lz cup dark brown syrup 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon nutmeg A teaspoon ginger xk teaspoon cloves 2 cups boiling water Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Brush bottom of pie shells Vi ' ? with melted butter. Reserve Vj cup pecan halves for top gobbled up quickly. In most of your own recipes calling for cream or milk, you " simply add the creamer in its powdered form, just as it comes from the jar. No need to liquefy it. Then the water (or any other liquid you may choose to use, such as chicken broth, fish or meat stock, or wine) is added where-ever you'd normally add the cream or milk. Naturally, the more of the creamer you add to a recipe, the richer and creamier the dish becomes. Generally, it's recommended that you use V cup powdered creamer and 1 cup liquid to replace 1 cup milk; 'j cup creamer and 1 cup liquid to replace 1 cup light cream; and cup creamer and cup liquid to replace 1 cup heavy cream. The light cream equivalency has been used in this recipe. SPICYPUMPKIN PECANPIES 2 9-inch unbaked pie shells 1 tablespoon melted butter 1 cup shelled pecans garnish on pie. Chop remain ing V2 cup pecans; sprinkle over bottom of of pie shells. In TV9n ; large bowl combine pumpkin, creamer, eggs, brown sugar, corn syrup, salt and spices; beat with rotary beater until well blended. Blend in water; JlillcMili eWJli HJJ mix well. Pour into the two pie shells. Bake 55 to 60 minutes, or until a knife inserted near the center comes out clean. Garnish top with re served pecans; cool before slicing. Each pie makes 6 Contains all the nutrients known la be needed for a well-balanced diet 2SIZES.15 servings. 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