Barmbrack, An Irish Halloween Tradition!

Here are two identical twin chefs who will give you a recipe for traditional Barmbrack complete with the ring and coin for the partakers to predict the future while eating.  The Happy Pear is the name of their YouTube channel and this is our first post from them. Enjoy!!

Barm Brack

200g Buckwheat flour
250g mixed dried fruit
300ml cold black tea/ earl Gray
2 teaspoon mixed spice (cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice)
75g coconut oil
125g agave/ honey
2 tsp baking powder
1 flax egg (1tbsp ground flax: 3 tbsp water)
A ring, piece of cloth, thimble

Pre heat oven to 170 degrees (about 340 degrees Fahrenheit)
Boil the kettle and brew a 300ml cup of black tea, transfer to a large bowl
Add the dried fruit to the hot tea, ensuring to leave the tea bag on top
Make your flax egg or use real egg
Add flour and baking powder and mixed spice in a large bowl and mix well
Melt coconut oil and transfer to a large bowl add the agave, flax egg and mix well
Add the wet and dry ingredients together, add the dried fruit
Bake for 1 hour at 170 degrees

Source:  The Happy Pear on YouTube

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