This Moringa Bundt Cake is the most flavorful and delightful cake for winter! Moist, tender yet buttery, it’s simply scrumptious and a delight to the human eye.
This Moringa bundt cake is your next step to a good immune system. The idea of adding moringa powder to my food was an absolute no, until I discovered the miraculous benefits that this powder carries.
It is no joke how I am seeing people changing their eating habits and how they endeavour to improve their immune system due to the COVID 19 situation. As a matter of fact, this recipe is also a part of elevating your immune system to fight off disease and stay fit.
What makes moringa good for you?
Moringa is well known for its medicinal properties and health benefits. It has anti-fungal, antiviral, anti-depressant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Some benefits of Moringa powder are:
Protecting and nourishing skin and hair
Protecting the liver
Preventing and treating cancer
Treating stomach complaints
Fighting against bacterial diseases
3 large eggs
1 T vanilla essence
250 ml milk
200 g salted butter melted
2 T moringa powder
1 t salt
200 g castor sugar
1 T baking powder
500 g cake wheat flour
Preheat the oven to 220 degrees Celsius
In a large bowl, pour the eggs, essence, milk, butter and moringa powder. Use an electric mix to whisk the ingredients until fully mixed and frothy.
Add the flour, salt, sugar and baking powder to the egg mixture.
Use a spatula to blend the ingredients until the batter is smooth.
Spray your bundt pan with baking grease and lightly powder it with some flour to ensure that the cake does not stick to the pan.
Pour the cake batter into the bundt pan and bake for 45 minutes.
Let the cake cool for 5 minutes before you glaze it.
Ingredients for glaze:
50 ml unsweetened condensed milk
100 gram icing sugar
2 T peanut butter
Instructions for glaze:
Pour the ingredients into a bowl and use a spatula to combine them until smooth and creamy.
What better way to end off the month of May than a delicious and hearty cocoa-almond cake. This cake is topped with a delicious caramel treat that will melt your winter away. Well here in Cape Town 🙂
Tender and moist, this almond-cocoa cake is the perfect decadent treat for your next brunch spread! Complete with fresh fruits and a caramel treat swirl, this almond cake is a serious crowd pleaser!
It’s officially winter baking season! And while you might not be leaving your house for a delicious meal at a fancy restaurant, there’s no reason you can’t bring all that fun inside and whip up a delicious treat at home for you and your family!
100 grams almond flour
400 grams cake wheat flour
100 grams castor sugar
50 grams cocoa powder
4 large eggs
350 ml milk
150 ml olive oil
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tbsp vanilla essence
400 ml Nestle caramel treat
400 grams fresh strawberries
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius.
In a bowl, mix the dry ingredients together (flour, sugar, cocoa powder, salt and baking powder)
In another bowl, use an electric mixer to whisk the eggs until frothy. Pour vanilla essence and whisk for another 30 seconds.
Pour the eggs into the flour mixture and use a spatula to mix the ingredients.
Pour the oil and milk into the flour mixture and use a spatula to blend the ingredients until the batter is smooth.
Grease your 20 cm x 20 cm cake tin with a baking spray and sprinkle some flour for your cake not to stick to the pan.
Place a baking sheet on top of the greased pan and pour the batter into the pan.
Bake for 45 minutes. To check if your cake is fully baked, insert a skewer into the cake and it should come out clean.
Use a knife to cut the cake into two halves.
Spread the caramel treat on one layer of the cake and add some sliced strawberries.
Put the other cake layer on top of the base layer and spread more caramel treat then decorate with fruits of your choice. Enjoy!