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Thread: Looking for Fruit Cake Cookie recipe

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    Thanks lucylockett, I want to try this but you'll have to tell us what a claxton fruit cake is. Is that a brand name and if it is I would think you could use any bakery fruit cake, as long as it is good? We may not be able to get that particular cake here in Southeast Ky.

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    Oops! I forget how far this board travels! Claxton Fruit Cake is a staple here in the deep south! Sure, any good baked fruit cake should substitute fine. It's about a pound of cake chocked full of fruit and nuts with a bit of spices thrown in.

    http://www.claxtonfruitcake.com

    We find them in our local grocery stores as well as Walmart and even in CVS and Walgreens.

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucylockett
    Oops! I forget how far this board travels! Claxton Fruit Cake is a staple here in the deep south! Sure, any good baked fruit cake should substitute fine. It's about a pound of cake chocked full of fruit and nuts with a bit of spices thrown in.

    http://www.claxtonfruitcake.com

    We find them in our local grocery stores as well as Walmart and even in CVS and Walgreens.
    Thanks again Lucylockett, WE have all those stores named. I'll check to see if they have them, if not I'm going to order them direct. They look delicious.

    sassy granny

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    These cookie recipes sound delicious! I make Oat Bran Muffins for my husband, as he eats 3 of them a day along with a large fruit salad..

    His muffins have dates, dried cranberries, walnuts (lots!), and chocolate chips and sometimes I add sunflower nuts or coconut... He loves them, and they help keep his cholesterol down.. Been doing this for years..

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    How about the recipe for the muffins?????

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    The fruit cake recipe I use is from the Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk recipe book. The instructions give cooking times for making it as cookies, loaf or even in coffee cans. It is a very good fruit cake, people that don't like fruitcake like this recipe. If you want the recipe PM me.

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