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@treeza 30210 wrote:

I’m looking forward to a very little of something yummy this Christmas! I usually eat off a steak plate but this year it will be Carols portion plate! Said to hubby I’m going to make a sugar free trifle (fruit, sugar free jelly & sugar free custard) no sponge as not sure if I can find sugar free sponge?

Going out for festive meal with family this weekend & friends the following weekend! Will be interesting to see how it goes?? I’ve asked for a very small portion but who knows?
Oh & none of them have seen me since August!
I’m also very excited that my Mom & brother are joining us for dinner. :0)x

Fantastic forward planning Treeza! I’m sure you could find a fat free, sugar free sponge recipe to put in your trifle!

“…Recipe fat free cake 9 syns whole thing and makes massive cake or victoria sponge

6 eggs
2 ounce’s self raising flour
8/9 tablespoons granulated sweetener
2 teaspoons vanilla/lemon/almond flavouring depending on what cake u want

Whisk up egg whites until stiff
Then in a separtae bowl beat egg yolks with almond flavouring & sweetener, add a 1/4 of the egg white & beat until pale yellow.

Add the flour gradually & fold into the mix carefully, when done add the rest of the egg whites & fold in.

then pour mixture into your tin & bake in the over on 180/gas 4 for about 10 to 12 mins, or until golden & firm to the touch….”

There you go – literally just Googled it 😉

Where there’s a will and all that haha!

Doodah x

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