05 March 2010

yoghurt cake update


I got a lot of questions about the recipe.... Hope this helps :)

- I use 4 oz (113g) size yoghurts.
- I usually use sun flower oil (not corn).... but you can also use light olive oil.
- The recipe says 3 eggs (I think it tastes a little eggy- my kids think otherwise), but I think it only needs 2....
- It´s a little sweet (again my kids disagree), you could probably use less sugar.
- You can substitute plain yoghurt with chocolate or lemon yoghurt.

Sorry for the confusion...

This post reminds me of a joke.

Happy Friday!






22 comments:

Victoria @ Hibiscus Bloem said...

Thanks for the clarification Jane! I think we might give this a go over the weekend, my son will love make it. Have a good weekend.

ibb said...

Thanks...but i am not prepared to bake...not sweet conexion
Have a great weekend.

Joy said...

It is a great recipe and a funny joke!

Juniper said...

Was a nice looking and sounding muffin recipe, have never tried making muffins with yogurt before. Will give this one a try. Thanks!

Anabel Fournier said...

I will also try it! Have a wonderful weekend!

Kate Coveny Hood said...

That looks delicious!

C.T. said...

Honey, I would love to take that walk with you....any time soon(??!!)
Have a wonderful weekend, XXX, C.

Joyce said...

Thanks Jane- I copied the recipe. I'll share some of my cake if you share some of yours. Have a golden weekend my friend! xo

trinsch said...

it sounded really simple before, that's why i liked it, the recipe. cause i didn't try it just yet. it seems, though, that it's safe to go ahead now :)

Kaylovesvintage said...

busy bee

mandy said...

so happy to find your lovely blog through the internet web. your photography is beautiful and inspiring.
i love this recipe.
life is too short for low fat yogurt
and you can never have enough cake.
xoxo

Anonymous said...

Come home and make them for me :)

janis said...

Ohhh that sounds good... I am copying this down for the future :^)

Have a great weekend Jane (and thank you for the B-Day wishes!)

Line said...

now I have to try it, hope you have a fun w-e!!!

Ulrika said...

thanks for your sweet comment on my blog, I've been meaning to say that for a while.
hope your weekend is good!

Emma said...

have a great week end...I am going to bake...something I read ;-))
So how is it to know that everyhere in the world your cake will be bake??
Fun ...
;-)
and yum
;-)
Emma from San Francisco

Cabrizette said...

Let's go to the kitchen !!! Happy sunday to you Jane ; )

Le blÖg d'Ötli said...

I know this recipe.. My grand ma used it ! I changed some little thngs and use cream and no yoghurt and butter an no oil... Try it ;) You'll be surprised !

Have a nice sunday

Pascale said...

What a coincidence! My youngest one and I just made yogurt muffins earlier this week! Yours look nicer, though. So I might change recipes next time... ;)

Reyes said...

I make this same cake but I add a bit of lemon peel. You can also use this recipe to make cup-cakes. Enjoy!

If Jane said...

miam! will try this!!!

nathalie et cetera said...

mmmm! they look delicious!

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