I made this cake couple of months ago when we had fresh local plums, but didn’t post the recipe here. This is so flat that it looks more like a pie, but I think it’s still a cake because it’s made of cake batter. The plums turn tangy in the oven, so I recommend using very ripe and sweet plums.
Plum and Vanilla Cake
3 dl wheat flour
1 dl sugar
2 tsp baking powder
2 tsp vanilla sugar
50g margarine + little more for greasing the pan
1,5 dl oat milk
4 dl quartered sweet plums
1,5 dl vanilla flavoured soy yogurt
Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and vanilla sugar in a bowl. Melt the margarine and add it and oat milk to the bowl. Stir quickly together. Cover a bottom of a springform pan (25-28cm diameter) with parchment paper and grease sides with margarine. Spread the batter to the pan and sprinkle plum pieces on it. Spoon vanilla yogurt on top and bake 30 minutes in 200 Celsius degrees. Baking time is longer if you have smaller pan.
If you don’t have a springform pan, you can make the cake in a pie dish and serve it in it.