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Raspberry Yogurt Cake

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12 portion(s)

Cake Mix

  • 125 grams Butter Cubed
  • 165 grams brown sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 200 grams wholemeal self-raising flour
  • 140 grams natural yogurt
  • 100 grams frozen raspberries


  • 80 grams Softened Cream Cheese
  • 55 grams icing sugar
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
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Recipe's preparation

    Cake Mix
  1. Pre-heat oven to 180 oC. Grease & line 14 cm x 21 cm loaf pan.  Grind 55g raw sugar Speed 9 for 10 seconds for frosting. Set aside. Place butter,flour, sugar & eggs into TM bowl 15 seconds on Speed 4. Scrape down sides of bowl. Add yogurt & raspberries mix on Reverse 10 seconds, Speed 1. Pour into prepared pan & bake for about  60 mins.  Stand 10 mins before turning out onto rack to cool. Spread with frosting.           

  2. Frosting
  3. Place all frosting ngredients into TM bowl. Mix 10 seconds Speed 6 or until smooth.


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  • Awesome cake - made this for

    Submitted by Havago on 14. September 2015 - 21:27.

    Awesome cake - made this for my daighter's 1st bday - everyone loved it!

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  • Delicious, especially

    Submitted by Mumkylie on 12. August 2014 - 22:41.

    Delicious, especially straight from the oven. I used panella sugar, only 100g of it in place of the raw sugar and didn't bother with the icing, just a sprinke of icing sugar over it. This is a great recipe to have if visitors pop in & you need to get a cake in the oven quickly- they are all ingredients I have available any time. Thanks for a great recipe.

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  • These were super easy and

    Submitted by AniTess on 24. January 2014 - 13:45.

    These were super easy and yummy! I used coconut oil in place of the butter and also added some desiccated coconut. Delicious! Thanks  :)

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  • Barb, this cake is really

    Submitted by JKK06 on 6. September 2012 - 21:22.

    :) Barb, this cake is really delicious and so quick and easy to make. For dessert tonight we had it unfrosted, warm with a dollop of ice cream - absolutely scrummy.  My hubby said to put it into the favourites folder asap. 

    "Every day above ground is a good day."

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  • :love:

    Submitted by Get in my belly on 26. March 2012 - 11:35.

    :love: :love: :love:

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  • The first time I made this I

    Submitted by nerine on 15. January 2012 - 23:55.

    The first time I made this I did my usual trick of not reading the whole recipe before I started and added the yoghurt THEN realised that the flour had not gone in, so I added it with the yoghurt mixed it for 10s, then added the raspberries and gave it a quick whizz.  I also made it as 12 muffins and made a 1.5 batch of icing.  It was a real hit - so I had another go...

    The second time, I added the flour with the butter, etc and made it into a loaf cake.

    The first batch was almost unanimously the best in our house, the cakes were a little crispy around the edges too.  So next time I'll stick to smaller cakes and add the flour with the yoghurt and try adding the raspberries at the same time.

    It was so nice to have a cake that the whole family enjoyed (apart from the Chocolate Bimby Cake that is a staple here).  Thanks Barb for uploading this one! :D

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  • The method above doesn't

    Submitted by Fairyqueen on 7. January 2012 - 14:54.

    The method above doesn't mention the flour. I presume it goes in with the raspberries and yoghurt.

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