Tuesdays with Dorie: French Yogurt Cake with Marmalade Glaze

TWD:  French Yogurt Cake with Marmalade Glaze.  Gateau au Yaourt, is the first cake a French child learns to make.    The measuring for this cake is all done by using the container that the yogurt comes in, which is approximately 1/2 cup, and in France the yogurt containers are glass and adorable (I have over a dozen that I use for various things from puddings to candle holders).

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I was going to sit out this week of Tuesdays With Dorie (TWD) just to give my waistline & thighs a break from all the flour products.  Then I heard it was a French Yogurt cake.  I have had French Yogurt cakes when in Europe and have always wanted to make one but never have, so here we are another Tuesday and another delightful recipe from Baking From My Home to Yours.

Dorie’s recipe called for the option of using 1/2 cup of ground almonds, which I gladly added.  I love the sweetness of almonds as well I thought the nutty texture.  I also used an unprocessed sugar, which is a deep brown color, it gave the cake a nice golden color.  As well I opted not to use lemon as the recipe said and I used blood orange zest and blood orange marmalade that I had left from when I made it last year.  The cake came out delightful.  A wonderful afternoon treat especially with a nice espresso!

Thank you Liliana of My Cookbook Addiction for picking out a simple and tasty recipe for this week’s Challenge.  Be sure to check out what the other bakers from TWD came up with!

Comments

  1. Zoë Francois says:

    this looks so fantastic and the marmalade is the perfect touch. i have a bowl of yogurt with marmalade for breakfast often, this is the ultimate version of my favorite!

  2. This moist cake looks delicious! I love that marmalade glaze…

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  3. This looks delicious! I’ve made something similar before but with a kumquat glaze :)

  4. The blood orange substitution sounds wonderful!

  5. Looks lovely and comforting as it should.
    AmyRuth

  6. Your cake looks delicious! The blood orange substitution sounds fabulous. I really enjoyed this recipe.

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