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Healthy Fluttering Fairy Cakes

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Prep: 20 minutes Cook: 30 minutes for cooker to heat up

Skill level

More effort


18- 25 dependent on size

For the health lover with a sweet tooth

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  • 250g Flora Buttery Baking Block
  • 125g Stevia
  • 125g Natural Honey
  • 250g Wholegrain Flour
  • 2 Cups Buttermilk
  • 2 Scraped Vanilla Pods
  • 2 tsp Rose Extract


  • 250g Stevia
  • 200g Flora Buttery
  • 1 Scraped Vanilla Pod
  • 1tsp Rose Extract
  • Edible Roses


  1. pre heat the oven to 180 Degrees. Add all of the 'wet' cake ingredients into a mixing bowl and beat, slowly add all dry ingredients and beat untill smooth batter.

  2. add to cases and put into the oven on 180 check with knife every 10 minutes then 5 depending on your own judgement. remove from oven and leave to cool

  3. chop off the top of the cakes to create flat tops and get in a cheeky taste, then in a new bowl add all iceing ingredient and beat untill smooth yet firm.

  4. pipe onto flat surfaced cakes a nice even layer and add edible rose on top to decorate and serve.

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