Fluffy plummy cake

Hi everyone! ?

It’s still Sunday, I hope you guys had a lovely weekend, I most certainly have. Although I felt it uncompleted and then it hit me, I need something sweet, something nice to munch on although I couldn’t decide what to bake. Then I looked up on the fruit shelf and I realised I got plums. My lovely neighbour gave them to me, few days ago, and they were still sitting on the shelf without any purpose what so ever. That’s not true actually… I was going to make crumble from them, but I have had no inspiration to doing that, because it’s only me who adores crumble and I didn’t want to be selfish.

I used to bake a lot before my gluten-free era, we had some sort of cake in almost every weekend. I lost my interest in these things, as I try to cook quick foods without making a mess and we all know what baking means. Baking=mess. Is it true or not? Yes, it is don’t deny it. But I bake something for once in a millennium of course. This time I choose this fluffy plummy cake, it’s cheap, it’s quick and it’s not too sweet. That’s right people, I can’t stand sweets or chocolate. I’d rather eat something salty, or homemade cake than those things. Okay, I am not gonna lie, sometimes I consume chocolate, but these occasions are rather rare and I am not proud of it but I’m only human. ?

Back to the plummy miracle of mine though, it’s worth to make it if you have not much time, or you just simply hate making a mess like me. You don’t need too many things, and quite honest you don’t even need a scale either. The only measuring tool is a 300 ml mug. So when I referring 1 mug in the recipe, you will know which mug I talking about, right? The mug. The only mug which holds in the universe. I am glad we cleared that ?

The recipe:

2 mugs of Gluten-free self raising flour

1 mug of nature yogurt

1 mug of granulated sugar

1/2 mug of oil

2 eggs

plums

cinnamon, sugar

Method:

First, wash and slice up the plums and set them aside until you need them.

Get a bowl and crack your eggs in it, then add the sugar and beat them with your hand mixer until the consistency is similar like the fresh cream.

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Now, add the nature yoghurt and oil and mix them well with your mixer, and then add the flour in it gradually and make a smooth batter.

Yoghurt+oil into the batter
Batter with flour in it

Put baking paper in a baking tray and pour your batter in it.

Place the plums onto the top of the batter and sprinkle generously ( but not too much) with cinnamon and sugar.

Place the baking tray in the preheated oven 170 Celsius with fan and bake the thing for about 40-45 minutes, or until needle test. Sprinkle more cinnamon and sugar on it 5 minutes before the baking time is up.

That’s it, enjoy this plumy miracle 🙂