Is that a prune cake ? It does look tasty.
I guess it qualifiesIs that a prune cake ? It does look tasty.
You need to sink them more into the batter before baking or alternatively do an upside cake.I guess it qualifies
I used plums in syrup, they got a bit dry and wrinkly in the baking process.
It was a very simple cake from a cake mix that allows both "standard" preparation with nonvegan ingredients, or replacing the egg/butter with apple sauce, ground nuts and plant oil.
I credit especially the inclusion of ground walnuts with the very short life of the finished cake, they greatly improved the taste.
That's what I meant; you place the fruit on top of the batter but you slightly sink them in. Like that you don't have the whole fruit on the surface.Yes, I was actually considering that, but the recipe specifically stated to put them on top of the batter.
I was hoping for a result like this (this is the actual package):
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So yes, with the second package that is included in the box, I will put the fruit into the batter...
That’s why I haven’t baked anything! I keep seeing recipes I want to try and then I stop myself because I’m finally in weight loss mode. Ben helped jump start it and I’d like to continue for a few more pounds. Although I might break down to try this soda bread. I can have some and bring the rest to work on Monday.I thought that you lot were on a diet.
Ooooh, you reminded me that i haven't had beans for.... 2 days!!! It's unbelievable. It's a great omission. I have to fix it right now! (I don't have cooked beans, but i have a huge load of canned red beans in my pantry, so i'll add some to my "epic" salad right away). People make fun at me, as i'm such a bean luvr.A huge pot of black beans.