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Prep Time: 20 mins, plus 30 mins baking
Serves: cuts into 12 squares using the Silverwood 12X8x3 Traybake tin
For the cake
10 oz of margarine (softened)
10 oz light brown sugar
10 oz Self raising flour
1 Teaspoon baking powder
Zested rind of 3 oranges
1 teaspoon orange essence
1 Teaspoon vanilla paste
teaspoon mixed spice
For the icing
5 oz softened butter or margarine
Juice of ½ orange
10 oz buttercream
1 teaspoon mixed spice
Cinnamon sugar and chopped nuts - Optional(1 part ground cinnamon – 3 parts caster sugar)
Preheat your oven to 160*c
Recipe and pictures courtesy of Anna Christoforou @ANNASKITCHENTABLESHREWSBURY
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