Greetings, savvy internet earth people 🙂 You have arrived just in time for us to share with you this wonderfully easy recipe. Not only will you be the envy of your friends, family and colleagues when you whip this out, but you will be a very popular individual.
What’s even better? This recipe will allow you to use any seasonal stone fruit in your pantry and the other two ingredients are available all year round! Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy.
The best thing about working in the city is that I often get handed random products at train stations to try. There have been cheeses, chocolates, soft drinks, ice-creams and even yogurt.
The most recent product that I was handed whilst I was rushing for my peak hour train at Southern Cross Station were the new Rachel’s Yogurt range recently brought into the Australian Market (from the UK).
The tub which I had received was the Peaches & Vine Ripe Passionfruit Yogurt. The sound of that just made me want to chug the whole thing down on my way home.
Luckily for you, I didn’t. Instead, I had an epiphany to bake with it. Fruit based yogurts have become one of my favourite types of ingredients to use for baking lately. The resulting cakes always end up so very moist and delicious. Utilising my basic yogurt cake recipe I’ve come up with a few favourite flavours already.
I added bananas to the mix and voila, a very tropical cake popped out of my oven!
So bring out a bowl, a spatula and rub your hands together for that’s pretty much all you need to get mixing! Keep your fancy electric mixers away, we will do this the old school way. Roll up your sleeves and off we go!
Peach, Passionfruit Yogurt and Banana Cake Recipe
- 200 grams of Fruit based Yogurt (I used Rachel's Peaches & Vine Ripe Passionfruit Yogurt)
- 200 grams of Plain Flour
- 70 grams of Sugar
- 1 Banana (mashed)
- 2 Eggs (beaten)
- 1 teaspoon (5 mg) of Baking Powder
- 1/3 cup (70 ml) of Grapeseed or Vegetable Oil
- 1 Tablespoon of Icing (powdered Sugar) (for dusting)
- Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius (160 degrees Celsius fan forced).
- Grease a 9 inch (22 cm) Bundt Cake pan with grapeseed oil or vegetable oil and set aside.
- Place flour, baking powder, sugar, grapeseed oil, eggs and the yoghurt in a large mixing bowl. Using a wooden spatula, thoroughly mix all ingredients together until a smooth and thick consistency is formed.
- Add in the mashed banana and mix it some more.
- Pour the cake batter into the prepared bundt pan and bake in the oven for 45 minutes or until a skewer (or toothpick) comes out clean.
- Once cooked, remove from oven and let cool in the tins for 5 minutes before turning it over onto a cake stand or a serving plate.
- Let the cake cool completely before dusting with some icing sugar.
And there you have it! Another super easy cake that not only looks good but works really well in the taste department!
I love easy and yummy cakes 🙂 And hahaa being a popular person wont hurt at work this seems like a perfect cake for me to make for my colleagues yay!
Seriously, easiest recipe ever!
I wish for you to be at Yonge-Dundas Square as I transition from streetcar to subway in sub-40 celsius weather, handing a slice of this to me. Please darling.
Goodness me, where is that!
this cake looks devine. I’ve bookmarked this and have to try it! Love your photography – i am in awe all the time!
Thank you! This is a full credit to The Boy 🙂