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20 Seconds Yoghurt Cake - Gâteau au Yahourt with Caramelized Apple


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Ingredients

12 slice(s)

Caramelized Apples

  • 4 granny smith apples, peeled,cored and quartered
  • 50g brown sugar
  • 40g Salted butter

20 Second Yoghurt Cake Batter

  • 165 g raw sugar
  • 1 lemon zest, grated
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 2 eggs
  • 180 g yoghurt, Natural or Vanilla
  • 130 g vegetable oil
  • 1 tsp vanilla essense
  • 275 g plain flour
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp bicarb soda
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Recipe's preparation

    Caramelized Apples (Optional, this cake is delicious Natural as well)
  1. Slice each quarter of apple into about 3 or 4 even slices.

    Put all the ingredients in the TM bowl and cook for 12 min at 110C reverse soft stir (spoon) without the MC on.

    Pour the caramelized apples into a 20cm spring form greased cake tin and spread evenly to cover the bottom.

  2. 20 Seconds Yoghurt Batter
  3. Put all the batter ingredients into the TM bowl (if you have made the caramelised apples, you dont even need to wash the bowl, extra flavour!) and blend for 20 seconds/speed 5.

    Check that the mix is well combined (scape the bowl and mix a few extra seconds if not) and pour into the prepared tin on top of the apples (if used).

    Bake at 170C for 40-45 minutes or until a skewer inserted in the middle comes out dry.

    Enjoy with vanilla ice cream, Sour cream or a dollop of creamy yoghurt.

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Tip

This is such an easy and versatile cake, you can really make it whatever you want!

Adding fruit to this cake is an option, it is traditionally eaten just as is for "gouter" (afternoon tea) in France and really popular with kids. My little 6yo can indeed do it all by herself tmrc_emoticons.)

You can also be creative and seasonal when adding fruits. pineapple, pear, peach, mango, prunes, plums, raspberries, cherries are all great combination with this cake.

You may also want to substitute lemon rind/juice with Orange, and why not add some chocolate chips for a Jaffa twist.

 

Can also be made in TM31


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  • My new favourite cake! Delicious and moist. Can't...

    Submitted by Bizhub on 23. August 2019 - 12:02.

    My new favourite cake! Delicious and moist. Can't wait to share with my family. Our Granny Smith apples were on the small side, and I was tempted to add another because of this but decided not to. I'm glad I didn't as this amount caramelised beautifully. Followed the recipe exactly (with exception of an extra 10 min in oven). Thank you for sharing

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  • Love this recipe! I added 1 Apple and zest of 1...

    Submitted by kiara.smith on 23. July 2019 - 22:06.

    Love this recipe! I added 1 Apple and zest of 1 whole lemon to the recipe. So easy and delicious. I baked it in a Le Creuset Cast Iron Shallow Casserole 26cm. Thank you for sharing this 😊

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  • Luuuvly Recipe. I put pineapple,dates and banana...

    Submitted by Annabell on 8. June 2019 - 19:39.

    Luuuvly Recipe. I put pineapple,dates and banana with my stewed apple. Total amount of fruit 600grm. When I put fruit in large springform tin, I sprinkled ground linseed and desiccated coconut on top to absorb the liquid. I used SR.flour and omitted baking powder. I substituted 50grm of flour with custard powder. I substituted vegetable oil for melted coconut oil. Pinch of salt. I only used 90grm sugar 😋💝

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  • Yummy/ Made with apple and put it on the top....

    Submitted by faimus83 on 29. May 2019 - 22:05.

    Yummy/ Made with apple and put it on the top. Lovely flavour and not soggy. (only used about 90 grams sugar)

    COoking another one now with blueberries just srpinkled on top.

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  • Beautiful recipe. Notes; I use Greek Yoghurt and...

    Submitted by wishbear72 on 4. April 2019 - 22:06.

    Beautiful recipe. Notes; I use Greek Yoghurt and Omitted the lemon. I made 24 Muffins and cooked for 20 minutes (rotating at halfway) with no muffin liners, just bit of cooking spray.
    I popped a one out while still warm, scooped any apple that fell out and just piled on. (Pictured)

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  • A good moist cake. I gave it 4 stars as the apple...

    Submitted by JENNIGRANDMA on 17. September 2017 - 07:15.

    A good moist cake. I gave it 4 stars as the apple was not caramelized. It was kind of soggy and you had to hold it together. The flavour was good. Maybe if you laid the apple and etc on top of the cake? Everyone enjoyed it. It made one cake in a springform pan as specified and cooked in the time.

    GrandmaB

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  • Delicious I reduced the sugar to 120g and still...

    Submitted by Jimluv on 2. May 2017 - 22:01.

    Delicious!!! I reduced the sugar to 120g and still turned out nice and sweet..very moist. Thank you for a great recipe!

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  • Great recipe and a hit with everyone who ate it!...

    Submitted by EmilyG3 on 17. December 2016 - 10:12.

    Great recipe and a hit with everyone who ate it! The flavours were subtle, nothing too dominant i.e the lemon or the yoghurt. The caramelised apple was lovely!! I'd probably slice the apple into wedges next time rather than chunks as I did but it didn't affect the taste. Thanks for this great recipe!

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  • This is the best cake recipe

    Submitted by vloi on 4. December 2016 - 21:24.

    This is the best cake recipe ever!! Love the convenience of throwing everything in. No fuss but amazing taste!!

    i added some fresh mangos in the cake tin and pourd batter on top. The mango added a nice texture to the cake.

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  • Very nice cake, thank you.

    Submitted by CasMcM on 26. October 2016 - 16:16.

    Very nice cake, thank you.

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  • Really nice cake not too

    Submitted by Morgie121 on 17. September 2016 - 17:10.

    Really nice cake not too sweet, took an extra 10 mins to cook!

    Will definitely cook this again! Thanks!

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  • Mumma D I have not tried

    Submitted by Frenchilicious on 25. August 2016 - 16:10.

    Mumma D I have not tried substituting half the flour with almond meal before but I believe it wouldn't be an issue. Thanks

    Frenchilicious 


    Yolaine Corbin (Victoria Consultant)


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  • Glad you enjoyed it.

    Submitted by Frenchilicious on 25. August 2016 - 16:08.

    Glad you enjoyed it. Different oven heat in different ways and the size of your tin, consistency of the batter will influence the cooking time. You will know when the cake is ready by inserting a skewer in the middle and it comes out dry tmrc_emoticons.)

    Frenchilicious 


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  • Can I substitute half the

    Submitted by Mumma D on 25. August 2016 - 12:58.

    Can I substitute half the flour with Almond meal ?

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  • Could I substitute half the

    Submitted by Mumma D on 25. August 2016 - 12:42.

    Could I substitute half the flour with Almond meal?

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  • Divine and super easy! Popped

    Submitted by jagvarna on 22. August 2016 - 16:27.

    Divine and super easy! Popped in some diced peaches (drained), very yummy. This will be a regular from now on  Love

    Shona 

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  • Very tasty, however, it took

    Submitted by Zachary1 on 22. August 2016 - 11:24.

    Very tasty, however, it took 1 hour to cook at the temperature stipulated in recipe

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  • I folded the fruit through

    Submitted by CaityBaileyW on 22. August 2016 - 09:49.

    I folded the fruit through the cake and added sultanas, I think it may have been nicer to stick to the recipe. It was a lovely cake, simple flavours

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  • I also had the same issue. I

    Submitted by Mother Trish on 21. August 2016 - 17:45.

    I also had the same issue. I think if I made this again, I would drain the Fruit. The centre was quite doughy. I did also substitute the flour for gluten free, so it could have been this. A bit of thick cream on the side and it was all good!

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  • This is such an easy and

    Submitted by Lucky Lynda on 20. August 2016 - 21:09.

    This is such an easy and quick recipe. I used Rapadura sugar, coconut oil and spelt flour in my cake. Very nice cake. 

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  • Thanks for sharing this

    Submitted by Ms_Sharn on 19. August 2016 - 15:36.

    Thanks for sharing this Yolaine! Sounds so good, yet so simple! I'll be making it this weekend for the kid's recess. I'm going to try it as large muffins instead of a cake. I'm also going to try folding the apple misture through the batter instead. (Eeeek) Will report back with results soon. 

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  • GOLD!  

    Submitted by Nomes1978 on 18. August 2016 - 20:05.

    GOLD!

     

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  • Big tick of yum here,

    Submitted by mykky48 on 18. August 2016 - 19:06.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Big tick of yum here, definitely on the delicious dessert list!

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  • Deeeeeeelicious. Everyone in

    Submitted by thelmaandshan on 17. August 2016 - 12:48.

    Deeeeeeelicious. Everyone in the house was happy to devour a slice. Not too sweet in my opinion. Will become a regular! 

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  • Really, really good! I used a

    Submitted by gep67 on 17. August 2016 - 11:03.

    Really, really good! I used a drained tin of blueberries for the fruit base and it was delicious! I used 150g sugar and just the right amount of sweetness for us. The whole family absolutely loved it!!

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  • This was a good cake, I

    Submitted by vice_ruski on 20. July 2016 - 21:45.

    This was a good cake, I reduced the sugar to 100g and cooked it in a bundt cake tin. it was a little dry though, I am thinking becasue it was cooked in a bundt. 

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  • Delicious! I used strawberry

    Submitted by mrsm_jones on 16. July 2016 - 17:52.

    Delicious! I used strawberry yoghurt and left out the lemon and it turned out great.

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  • Yum!! Made these as muffins -

    Submitted by sophie dlp on 27. June 2016 - 15:09.

    Yum!! Made these as muffins - halved recipe, used pears (it's what i had), only had olive oil instead of vegetable oil, chopped the pears into little cubes for muffin size purposes, and stirred the stewed pears into the batter at the end (by hand). Muffins rarely work out for me, and these are so good warm  Cooking 7

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  • Absolutely delicious! added

    Submitted by Lainey Alice on 25. June 2016 - 16:20.

    Absolutely delicious! added cinnamon as well And cooked for 40 min.

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  • This was quite nice and easy.

    Submitted by brih on 19. May 2016 - 15:13.

    This was quite nice and easy. Used pears, and the smell while caramelising them was divine. 

    I'd make again, but would definitely add some ground cinnamon/nutmeg/cloves/mixed spice to make the flavour pop a bit.

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  • Beautiful cake... kids loved

    Submitted by zeeb75 on 14. May 2016 - 12:16.

    Beautiful cake... kids loved it and asked for seconds and thirds! I sprinkled cinnamon on the apples and also baked it for an extra 10 mins. Will make again. 

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  • I'm eating this cake while it

    Submitted by Maida on 19. April 2016 - 16:53.

    I'm eating this cake while it is still warm and it is sensational. So soft and moist and I love the taste of lemon through it. I have made many upside down cakes and this one illustrates how easy it is using the Thermomix in that the apples are also caramelised in the TM. I used golden delicious apples from our tree, cut down the sugar in the cake to 130g and cooked it for 50 minutes. Will definitely be a favourite.  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I have just made this cake

    Submitted by polly48 on 17. April 2016 - 18:32.

    I have just made this cake and it looks fabulous.  Can't wait to try after our lentil soup and pastime for tea.  Thank you for sharing  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Oh Thank you Kim for this

    Submitted by Frenchilicious on 16. April 2016 - 11:09.

    Oh Thank you Kim for this lovely feedback, I am so pleased to hear! tmrc_emoticons.)

    Frenchilicious 


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  • Hi Tessa16, sorry about the

    Submitted by Frenchilicious on 16. April 2016 - 11:08.

    Hi Tessa16, sorry about the late reply, yes definitly can be done the same way in your TM31 tmrc_emoticons.)

    Happy Cooking!

    Frenchilicious 


    Yolaine Corbin (Victoria Consultant)


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  • Can this recipe be adapted

    Submitted by Tessa16 on 10. April 2016 - 11:03.

    Can this recipe be adapted for the TM 31 please

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  • Brilliant cake! Thank you

    Submitted by KimWillis on 31. March 2016 - 20:34.

    Brilliant cake! Thank you tmrc_emoticons.)...

    Really, can't stop making this cake, it's sensational! 

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  • A lovely cake. I used 120g

    Submitted by Evehearne on 8. March 2016 - 11:59.

    A lovely cake. I used 120g coconut sugar and 120g coconut oil. I also just cut up two apples into chunks and put in the base of pan. Turned out perfect.

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  • An absolute hit. Made this on

    Submitted by fidann on 29. February 2016 - 11:30.

    An absolute hit. Made this on the weekend for friends but cut it in half and put fresh mango along with Vanilla Frosting and then covered the top of cake with remaining frosting. It tastes even better today as the flavour of the mango has infused itself into the cake. Yum yum. Will definitely be making again. Thanks Yolaine for a super easy cake recipe.  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi there, around 300-400 g of

    Submitted by Frenchilicious on 27. February 2016 - 17:37.

    Hi there, around 300-400 g of fruit I would say tmrc_emoticons.)

    Frenchilicious 


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  • This looks great. What would

    Submitted by Nate's Mum on 27. February 2016 - 17:29.

    This looks great. What would be an approximate weight for the fruit?

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  • I am so pleased with how this

    Submitted by Megan81 on 15. February 2016 - 16:19.

    I am so pleased with how this turned out!

    I didn't have time for caramelised fruit so I just layered some sliced pear and cinnamon sugar in the base of the cake tin with the mix on top.  Used a mix of 80g olive oil/50g coconut oil.  Needed to cook it for 47 minutes but it really is a super delicious cake.

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  • The batter tasted beautiful

    Submitted by LizzyLoc on 29. November 2015 - 16:35.

    The batter tasted beautiful but I should have cooked it for another 10 minutes or so. Looked cooked but several minutes out of the oven it started to sink in the middle and it was uncooked in the middle when I cut it. It may have been the caramelised apple which had quite a bit of juice. Pretty sure putting fruit in the bottom means you need to cook this cake for longer. I will give it another try though.

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  • I used peaches, didn't remove

    Submitted by AmesinAus on 13. November 2015 - 07:35.

    I used peaches, didn't remove the skin as its too fiddly, managed to accidentally put 40g extra yoghurt in, reduced sugar in cake batter by 25g, had no lemon so omitted and it still tastes lovely. Thanks for sharing a recipe that works even when the user is a bit clumsy tmrc_emoticons.;)

     

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  • This cake is delicious.

    Submitted by Cutely on 31. October 2015 - 16:23.

    This cake is delicious.  however, I found the batter was far too much for my go to cake tin Which is a round 22 cm cake tin.  Abide by the earlier suggestion and spread it over 2 smaller tins or one very large tin.  

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  • Thanks for a great recipe.  I

    Submitted by skyecarl on 16. September 2015 - 19:05.

    Thanks for a great recipe.  I made with gluten free flour, reduced the sugar to 150gm and sprinkled frozen blueberries over it. Was lovely. Next time will add more lemon zest and juice. 

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  • Gorgeous cake. Lovely texture

    Submitted by Sunny girl on 16. September 2015 - 12:27.

    Gorgeous cake. Lovely texture and flavour. Made it three times already. It will become a regular recipe it this house!

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  • thanks!!

    Submitted by RebeccavW on 31. August 2015 - 18:12.

    thanks!!

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  • I adore this recipe, as I was

    Submitted by PCP PCP on 10. August 2015 - 08:42.

    I adore this recipe, as I was making it for the first time for a birthday I was cautious and mixed the dry ingredients first then added the wet, I had no vegetable oil so used extra virgin olive oil, I omitted the apples as I frosted the cake, I also split the batter across a 23cm and 20cm springform… It was PERFECT!! Everyone loved the cake noting it was refreshing with the lemon flavour, fluffy and light. I am going to make myself a second one today as there were no leftovers. Thank you for the beautiful recipe.

     p.s. this is my go-to frosting http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/baking-sweet-recipes/chocolate-cream-cheese-frosting/158710, for this cake I replaced the cacao with a touch of melted white chocolate and colour from raspberries.

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  • OMG, this is the best cake

    Submitted by Viking Girl on 28. July 2015 - 03:38.

    OMG, this is the best cake i've made in the thermo so far, turned out perfectly!! Made a few changes out of necessity...had to use gluten free flour (pleasantly surprised), I didnt have enough yoghurt so substitued a bit with milk, didnt have enough oil so substituted some with butter. Used apricots, apples, cranberries and cinnamon for the fruit base.....ohohohoo so good!! looks like a pro cake!! 10 stars!!!

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