Peach pudding. – A Summer essential.

I absolutely gobsmacked at how long it has been since I put a dessert recipe up. I’m about to put a stop to that with an amazing recipe for Peach pudding. If you want to be technical about it, its essentially a peach upside down cake. BUT similar to the banana & butterscotch pudding I love so much, there’s a beautiful, sweet and summery sauce to drown your slice of peach topped sponge with. Delicious!

Okay, so i’m gunna’ jump straight in and tell you what you’ll need:

– 5 ripe Peaches

– 135g plain flour

– Tsp baking powder

– Tsp salt

– Tsp vanilla extract

– 185g butter

– 135g caster sugar

– 4 eggs

– 100g brown sugar

– sprinkle of ground nutmeg

 

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And here’s what you’ll need to do:

 

First, slice up your peaches and grease up your cake tray. Nice simple step.

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Secondly, lay out your sliced pieces in the bottom of your cake tin how you want them to sit on the top of your cake. I’ve gone for a fairly simple fanned layout.

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Then, sprinkle over your brown sugar, nutmeg. Melt down 50g of your butter and pour that over too.

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Place your tin in on the top shelf of a pre-heated oven at 200 degree (I use a fan assisted oven) for around fifteen minutes. You can give it a slight shake  half way through, but be careful of your peach layout.

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Whilst  your peaches are baking, combine the rest of your butter and caster sugar in a bowl, cream together before adding your eggs and vanilla.

Now add your flour, giving it all a good stir.

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Once your peaches have softened a little, take your tray out of the oven. Pour over your sponge cake mixture and put back in the oven – middle shelf this time- on 180 for around 30 mins, or until the cake is firm and cooked through.

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When your cake is cooked, you need to take it out of the oven and set aside for five minutes to cool a little.

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Once your ready to turn out, do just that. I find it easier for these saucy cakes to lay the cake stand on top of the cake tin, and flip with both hands.

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Serve up a slice, with a good quality vanilla ice cream and an extra serving of sweet sauce for the ultimate Peaches and cream dessert.

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A luxurious serving of summer on a plate.

 

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Robyn,

The little woman pretends.

 

 

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