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Quick & Easy Peach/Apricot/Plum Cake


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Ingredients

12 portion(s)

Cake Batter

  • 85 grams Butter
  • 160 grams SR flour
  • 125 grams Milk
  • 1 egg
  • 100 grams sugar
  • Sliced fruit for top of the cake
  • cinnamon sugar
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 200 deg (190 for fan forced)

    Add butter to bowl.  Melt Butter - 3min/90deg/speed 3

     

  2. Add all other ingredients other than the fruit and cinnamon sugar.  Mix for 10 seconds/speed 5, scrape down and repeat for 10 seconds/speed 4 if required

  3. Add cake batter to a Slice Tin.  Add sliced fruit to the top of the cake and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.

  4. Bake for 25-30 min (or until a skewer comes out clean).

    Eat hot or cold!

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Tip

You can use fresh or tinned fruit

Goes well with the EDC vanilla custard for a dessert


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  • This is such an easy and quick dessert/cake. I...

    Submitted by jb_whole_life on 8. March 2017 - 11:31.

    This is such an easy and quick dessert/cake. I used really ripe satsuma plums and it worked so well. Tastes great hot and cold. Will be using it as my go to recipe with stone fruit.

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  • Made mine with fresh peaches, yum.

    Submitted by PinkSwan on 29. January 2017 - 23:20.

    Made mine with fresh peaches, yum.

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  • Loving this quick, easy, time

    Submitted by ijennyd on 20. March 2016 - 18:44.

    Loving this quick, easy, time saving cake recipe. I used in season sweet plums, changed to Gluten Free SR Flour and added an extra egg..absolute winner. 

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  • Really good and easy. Only a

    Submitted by megs88 on 21. February 2016 - 00:19.

    Really good and easy. Only a few minutes to prepare and I used a large tin of peaches from the cupboard, added some vanilla and subbed some of the flour with almond meal.

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  • This was a terrific little

    Submitted by heidi_hi on 5. January 2016 - 02:03.

    This was a terrific little cake - super easy with pantry staples, quick to cook and yummy. Perfect for last minute morning teas or to use up ripe fruits.I had some lovely fresh apricots to use up and this was the perfect cake for them.

    I'll be bookmarking this recipe as I can see that I will be using it A LOT!

    Thanks so much for sharing  :)

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  • Accidentially used 100g of

    Submitted by 5554 on 20. December 2015 - 20:47.

    Accidentially used 100g of butter, cake base is the lightest I've ever made. I used very ripe apricots and brown sugar instead of cinnamon sugar. 

    My kids screwed their noses up when they found out I was making Apricot cake. 3hrs on, the kids have eaten the lot! 

    Quick, simple and delicious. Thanks for this fantastic recipe.m

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  • This is so easy to make and

    Submitted by Dashbram on 18. February 2015 - 22:21.

    This is so easy to make and great for a crowd or enjoying yourself. It freezes well if you do have any leftovers. Try it, you will be like me and keep going back to make it.

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