Do you need flour and butter to bake a cake? Not at all – even without these classic ingredients, you can bake a wonderful yogurt cake. Here is the recipe.
Baking is a great hobby because – depending on the cake recipe and the requirements – it almost always works out and the result can be eaten immediately and rewarded for your work. Especially sponge cakes, where, as the name suggests, you only need to mix the ingredients, are ideal for beginners. Get ingredients, short preparation time and a delicious result: that’s what you want from a good cake recipe. The only problem: at the moment, there may be bottlenecks in the supermarket for certain foods. For fear of delivery problems, some consumers stock up on certain ingredients such as cooking oil, flour or butter. So what to do- without flour and butter can you not bake a cake? That’s not true, like this Recipe for a yogurt cake proves! With the Greek yoghurt you do not need any butter at all, but the dough is wonderfully creamy and juicy, reports Merkur.de *.
Yogurt cake recipe without flour and butter: You need these ingredients
|Servings:||to a springform pan (20 cm diameter) or loaf pan|
|Preparation time:||15 minutes|
|Baking time:||30 minutes|
- 4 eggs
- 70 grams of sugar
- 350 g Greek yogurt
- Brand of a vanilla bean
- Peel of an organic lemon – with this trick you can grate the peel of a lemon quickly and cleanly
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 packet of vanilla pudding powder
By the way:
If you eat low carbohydrate, this cake recipe is also perfect because it does not contain any flour. Then you should just replace the sugar with a low-calorie alternative such as xylitol and you can revel safely.
Yogurt cake recipe: How to bake delicious cake without flour and butter
- Preheat the oven to 170 ° C top / bottom heat or 150 ° C fan.
- Grease a cake tin or line it with parchment paper. Here you will find tips on how you can easily dress your bread mold or springform pan with stubborn baking paper.
- Separate the eggs. Use a hand mixer and beat the egg whites until stiff. Whisk the egg yolks with the sugar. Now add yogurt, vanilla mass and lemon zest to the egg yolk and sugar mixture.
- Mix baking powder with custard and turn into the rest of the batter. Finally, turn down the beaten egg whites – do not stir too much, then the volume will be lost.
- Pour the batter into the prepared baking tin and bake the yoghurt cake in the hot oven for 30 minutes. Do the chopstick test towards the end of the baking time.
Then let the cake cool without flour and butter and dust it with icing sugar if you want. Good luck baking and enjoy! (crazy) * Merkur.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA