Delightful Pineapple and Coconut Cake Recipe

This cake is easy, super-moist and requires only 1 bowl.

So what are you waiting for?

It’s the perfect cake and only takes a handful of minutes to prepare. It’s also very yummy and delightful to eat, plus it has zero butter in it! I’ve made mine with fresh pineapple because that’s what I had in the fridge, but it can easily be adapted to frozen raspberries or nectarines as well.

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3 Easy Steps For Making A Plum Sauce Recipe

Plums are in season, so let’s make the most of them. Chinese duck in plum sauce anyone?

My sister lives in Canberra with her husband, three children and a cat. She is also the lucky owner of two plum trees. I was fortunate enough to take delivery of a bag of organic plums from her trees. So, after eating quite a few, I decided not to let them go to waste, but to make my own plum sauce.

Plum sauce has a variety of savoury uses – with roast meats, Chinese style as a dipping sauce, with roast duck, or as a marinade. This sauce is best left for a couple of weeks before using. It will gradually become a bit darker over time and will keep for up to 2 years.

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A Fast To Make (and Eat!) Plum Flaugnarde Recipe

A fast dessert using everyday ingredients I know you’ll have in your fridge.

A clafoutis (pronounced Clah-foo-tee) is a classic French dessert using cherries and an eggy batter. When you replace the cherries with another fruit, the name of the dessert changes from a clafoutis to a flaugnarde (pronounced Floohn-yard) .  I had some plums given to me by my sister and decided to use them in a plum flaugnarde.

It may be a difficult name to pronounce, but it’s not a difficult dessert to prepare. The plums add a subtle tartness which works beautifully with the sweet egg custard. If you don’t have plums don’t despair. This can be adapted to use other stone fruit, or even berries.

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