I had a hankering to have a lemon cake over the weekend so we decided to try making a Lemon Yoghurt Cake recipe shared by my dear friend Kelda....thank you so much for sharing my friend! :)
It was so moist, light and super delicious! Because it contains oil rather than butter it is very easy to mix, either in a food processor, or whisk by hand in a large bowl.
we didn't dust it with icing sugar, instead we use a lemon sugar glaze on top. It was a bit thin so next time we'll try adding a bit more sugar and see if it will come out better.
Here is Claudia with the cake, she has given her seal of approval for yumminess :P
For me personally its best to enjoy it with a cuppa :) My choice would be English breakfast tea and my hubby will declare its best with coffee, whatever is in your cuppa it will go splendidly with this delicious cake! I would highly recommend trying this recipe if you ever feel like having a lemon cake...you wont regret it! ;-)
Have a great week everyone :)
Spring is here! Yay :) The days are longer with more daylight and our blossom tree are flowering too, we are so looking forward to see the whole tree covered in pretty pink cherry blossoms :)
Best of all....it also means that summer is right around the corner, yay! So to celebrate spring we decided to make a mixed berry sorbet, yummmm!
Its really super easy to make, you can use any berry you have. We have a bag of frozen mixed berry in our freezer so we used them all up, we had raspberries, boysenberries, blackberries & blueberries. All you need is 3 things:
All you need is equal amount of berries and yogurt, in our case we used 500 grams of frozen berries and 500 grams of yogurt. Put them into the blender and blend together until smooth.
Then strain the mixture (we just use our usual strainer that we use to sift flour) and then transfer to a small baking dish or any container that is freezer safe.
Place the sorbet mixture into the freezer. When the mixture is completely frozen take it out and remove from the container and place it into the blender and puree again. Return the sorbet back into the freezer until you are ready to serve it.
When you are ready to enjoy your berry sorbet, take them out of the freezer and scoop with an ice cream scooper into your dessert bowl, if they are frozen solid you can leave it out in the kitchen bench for about 15-20 mins and they will soften and be easier to scoop up.
They are so refereshingly delicious and super easy to make. Here is my girl enjoying the sorbet :)
You can have the sorbet on its own or you can enjoy them with some fresh berries with the sorbet :)
The sun is out and shining brightly, hope you are having a super fabulous spring day ;-)