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PostSubject: Couscous cake   Wed 20 Jan 2010, 03:42

Cous Cous Cake.

4 oz plain cous cous
2 eggs
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
Muller lite yoghurt any flavour to your liking
4 tablespoons of canderel or alternative.

Cover cous cous with boiling water and let it stand for ten minutes. Whilst you are waiting mix two eggs, baking powder, mullerlite yoghurt and sweetener together.

Then add the cous cous to the mixture. Transfer to a microwaveable cake tin and microwave for ten minutes, eat either hot or cold.

I used a blueberry yogurt and added some frozen fruit. The frozen fruit was a mixture of strawberrys, blueberrys, blackcurrant and blackberry.
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