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Makes 12

Fruit Mince Pies recipe from SYMPLY TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE – Book 2

Ingrediants:

1½ cups self-raising flour

¼ cup sugar

2 tablespoons (30g) Flora Light® margarine

⅓ cup skim milk

1 egg white

flour to roll out pastry

12 tablespoons fruit mince (in jar)

1-2 teaspoons sugar

Method:

Preheat oven 180ºC fan forced.

In a large mixing bowl combine flour and ¼ cup sugar together. Melt margarine and add to milk; using a fork beat one egg white into milk mixture. Pour into flour and fold together.  Place pastry on a lightly floured surface, knead lightly. Divide in 2; roll out first ½ until big enough to cut out 12 bases (8cm cutter). Gently place into 12 muffin tins that have been coated with cooking spray. Spoon 1 tablespoon of fruit minces mixture into centre of each pastry case. Roll out remaining pastry as for base, then place pastry circles over top of fruit mix. Lightly brush tops with a little extra egg white then sprinkle lightly with 1-2 teaspoons sugar. Bake 20-25 minutes or until pies are golden brown.

 

Nutritional Information

PER PIE
TOTAL FAT 2.1g
SATURATED FAT 0.5g
FIBRE 1.4g
PROTEIN 2.9g
CARBS 28.1g
SUGAR 13.5g
SODIUM 170mg
KILOJOULES 591 (cals 141)
GI RATING Medium

  • Thanks for sharing but as I would only want two max. I’ll keep buying them from Baker’s Delight.

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  • Thanks for sharing but not my type of recipe.

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  • Fruit mince pies are my favourite

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  • I love fruit mince pies abd these look so scrumptious.

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  • Oh wow! I absolutely love fruit mince pies, and these look incredible! I will definitely be making these! Do you think they would freeze ok? I know as soon as they were cooked, that I’d scoff the lot! Thanks so much for sharing! :D

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  • Different to what i normal make. must try these out as anything with fruit mince is so delish.

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  • These look so much nicer than the ones you get at the supermarket!

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  • Ooh yum, they look so lovely, I am getting peckish lol!

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  • I’ve not tried homemade ones. I will even try making fruit mince too for next year. Thanks!

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  • Think I prefer a healthier option with the crust made with almond-meal and sweetened with raw coconut palm syrup and filled with homemade mince.

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  • So much nicer than the ones you buy.

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  • These look scrumptious and I want to make them even though I don’t like mince pies lol


    • These mince pies really are quite scrumptious!

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  • Thanks for sharing this easy looking recipe. Will give it a go as everyone seems to love a home made mince pie.

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  • I’m not a fan of fruit mince pies, but I know people who are that enjoy them at Christmas.

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  • Thank you for sharing have added to my to try at Christmas list

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