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Friday, April 24, 2020



Thursdays are made for Tray-bakes and this one is a keeper, baked in a swiss-roll tin
for easy cutting perfect for kids snacks throughout the week,  if they last that long!

Full of fruity goodness along with porridge oats makes them a healthy alternative to sugary snacks,  you can be sure after eating one you will be fuller for longer throughout the day .

As a treat serve them up after dinner with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream and some seasonal fruit.

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180ml Milk or Buttermilk
180ml Sunflower oil
2 large eggs 
2 teaspoon vanilla extract
300g Self-Raising Flour
140g Caster sugar
2 teaspoon baking powder
100g Porridge oats
200g Frozen berries** or fresh if seasonal (See Tip**) 

  • First pre-heat your oven to 180C\
  • Line and grease your swiss roll tray or  13” x 9” 
  • Measure out all your ingredients so you have everything at hand 
  • Mix your milk, sunflower oil, egg and vanilla extract in a jug 
  • In a separate bowl add your flour, baking powder, oats 
  • Toss the berries into the flour mix before you add the sugar. 
  • Add your wet ingredients to dry ingredients and gently stir, blend but
    don’t over mix as you want to be as light as fairy wings! 
  • Pour the batter into a greased and lined swissroll tin about 13” x 9” 
  • Sprinkle a little pinch of oats on top for the crunch before they bake. 
  • Bake in your preheated oven for about 30minutes 
  • Remove from tray and cool on baking rack for 10 minutes 
  • Leave for at least 15 minutes to cool as the fruit is very hot and will burn
    your mouth!!!! You have to be patient, they’re worth the wait.
  • Lash on your glacĂ© icing either with a palette knife or pipe in a zig zag fashion using a piping bag 
200g Icing sugar 
2 -Tablespoons of water 
(Add water to icing and stir for desired thickness)

  • TIP• Toss the frozen berries in flour before you mix in the rest of the ingredients so they won’t sink to the bottom

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