X is for … Raspberry & Peach Liqueur White Christmas Fruit Cake

X is for … Raspberry & Peach Liqueur White Christmas Fruit Cake - Candy Coated Culinista

Since it is now officially autumn yet the weather is quite nice here still, I thought it would be the perfect time to start soaking my Christmas fruits and do a dry run of a fruitcake as this is all new to me.

Yield/Serving: 10 – 12 slices – 12” x 5” pan
Prep Time: 15 min.
Cook Time: 3hr & 30 min.
Difficulty level is: Easy

• 1 cup of glace fruit ( papaya, red cherries, green cherries, pineapple, orange peel, cherries, lemon peel)
• 1/8 cup golden raisins
• 1/8 cup dried currants
• 1/8 cup dried cranberries
• 1/8 cup dried apricots
• 1/8 cups dried dates
• 1/8 cups dried prunes
• Any other glace or dried fruits you desire to total 2 cups of fruit
• Slivered almonds
• Hazelnuts, chopped
• Pinenuts
• Peanuts, chopped
• Walnuts, chopped
• Pecans; chopped
• Any other nuts like pistachios if desired
• ¼ cup raspberry liqueur
• ¼ cup peach liqueur
• 1 cup unsalted butter, softened
• ½ cup brown sugar, firmly packed
• 5 eggs
• 2 cups all-purpose flour
• 2 tbsp liquor mixture

Prior to bake day
1. Using a container with a cover add in all the glace, dried fruits, and set aside.
2. In a small saucepan pour granulated sugar over low heat without stirring and let the sugar melt.
3. Once sugar starts melting start stirring immediately until the colour changes to a golden brown/.
4. Add in raspberry and peach liqueur and pour over the glace and dried fruits.
5. Stir daily and every time you remember or pass by the container and mix up the glace and dried fruits.
6. As the liquid is absorbed feel free to add more alcohol if desired.
Bake day
7. Preheat oven to 300°F.
8. Grease a pan and line with parchment paper and set aside.
9. Using an electric mixture with the paddle attachment, beat butter and brown sugar until combined.
10. Add the eggs in one at a time followed by the flour until well mixed.
11. Pour the glace, fruit and nuts and combine by hand.
12. Spead mixture into pan and bake for 3 hours and 30 minutes.
13. Brush the top of the cake every 30 minutes with liqueur mixture.
14. Cover with foil and let cool in pan overnight.

Please Enjoy

My thoughts
I didn’t realize I would be babysitting this fuitcake for over 3 hours. Is this the normal baking time of fruitcake because that seem ridiculous to me lol. I had some leftover liquer and though this would be a good way to get rid of a bottle. This tasted great with the mix of nuts and fruits. I will be trying this again in a few days to see if the flavour changes any as fruits cakes are meant to have a longer shelf life.

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