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Fig & Walnut Plumcake

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Delicious, healthy and tasty – Vegetarian-friendly – Fig and Walnut plumcake.

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Be ready, today recipe is even more delicious than usual!!! 🀩

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Fig Plumcake Sheerine

Fig & Walnut Plumcake

Delicious, healthy and tasty – Vegetarian-friendly – Fig and Walnut plumcake. Hey there, Thank you for stopping by! I hope you are doing well and that you are ready to… Nutrition Fig & Walnut Plumcake European Print This
Serves: 8 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
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Ingredients

  • 250g fig
  • 70g walnut
  • 1 cup oat flour
  • 1 cup whole grain flour
  • 1/2 fat-free Greek-style yoghurt
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • a pinch of salt
  • baking powder or 16g lievito pane Angeli (Italian)
  • Evo oil
  • white wine vinegar
  • 1 cup oat milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

Amazing isn’t it? I just love it!! And the taste and texture are really good!!!

Have a go and let me know if you like it and how you did enjoy it.

I personally had it with a cappuccino made by myself at home and it was delicious! You can either eat it with warm matcha or turmeric latte. I bet it’s amazing!

Have a look at my Instagram profile to see how to make a homemade cappuccino or turmeric/matcha latte https://www.instagram.com/sheerinelifestyle/.

When I say healthier option I mean using for example oat and whole grain flour instead of plain flour. Those two types of flour are complex carbohydrates packed in more nutrients than simple carbs. They’reΒ higher in fibre and digest more slowly. This also makes them more filling, which means they’re a good option for weight control. They’re also ideal for people with type 2 diabetes because they help manage blood sugar spikes after meals.

When it comes to the type of sugar, if you do not have brown sugar you can use maple syrup or white sugar instead. Brown sugar contains slightly more minerals and marginally fewer calories than white sugar. However, the nutritional differences between the two are insignificant so your decision to make!

Have a look also at this matcha plumcake for something different https://www.sheerine.com/matcha-pistachio-plumcake/.

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I wish you a lovely evening and the rest of the week, and I will see you soon with the next post!!

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