Preparing the gluten-free plumcake with the Thermomix is really simple. In addition, this recipe lends itself to three variations!
Finding gluten-free recipes suitable for breakfast is no easy feat. This is why we started cooking (or rather in the oven), to study a quick and easy recipe that could please everyone and we got to prepare the gluten-free plumcake with the Thermomix.
Perhaps an excess of laziness, perhaps the certainty of obtaining satisfactory results, make recipes with the Thermomix a real godsend. And if you don’t even need gluten-free flour preparations, then you really have no excuses: this soft and light plum cake is definitely for you.
How to prepare the gluten-free plum cake recipe with the Thermomix
- Combine the sugar, vanilla extract, oil and eggs in the jug and mix for 50 sec. Vel. 4.
- Incorporate the milk and flour and knead for 30 sec. Vel. 5.
- Finally add the yeast and let it go for another 20 sec. Vel. 4.
- Pour the mixture into a loaf pan lined with parchment paper and bake at 180 ° C for 45 minutes , doing the toothpick test before removing it.
If you do not have the Thermomix you can also prepare the gluten-free plumcake in the traditional way, it will still be excellent.
3 variants of gluten-free plumcake
How about preparing gluten-free mini yogurt plumcakes with the Thermomix, perfect for breakfast or a snack for the little ones? To make them, all you have to do is replace 125 g of milk with an equal amount of yogurt, white or fruit based on your tastes. You will feel what a soft cake! In this case , reduce the cooking time of the dough placed in the mini plumcake molds to 35 minutes .
The same goes for the gluten-free yogurt and vanilla plumcake with Thermomix. Replace 125 g of milk with an equal amount of yogurt, including vanilla, and perfume the dough with a teaspoon of vanilla extract. The latest delicious variant is the gluten-free orange and almond plumcake with the Thermomix. To make it, replace 50 g of rice flour with an equal amount of almond flour and, instead of milk, add 200 ml of orange juice, as well as its grated zest. Easy right?
The gluten-free plumcake can be kept under a cake bell for 3-4 days , as soft as just made.
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