Yogurt Squares Variations with Fresh Fruits

I came up with my yogurt squares recipe almost four years ago (original post can be found HERE), and since then it became one of my favorite go-to recipes.
Created as a lighter alternative for cheese cake, it is made with yogurt and cornstarch as the main ingredients, making it also gluten free. It is very easy to prepare and makes for a great dessert anytime. Continue reading

Upside Down Cake with Nectarines, Plums and Cherries

If you follow this blog for a while now, you’ve probably noticed my fondness for upside-down cakes. The combination of buttery, caramelized fruit layer, with the tasty cake on top, makes me want to bake it again and again. Continue reading

Lemon-Yogurt Peach and Plum Upside-down Cakes

Lemon yogurt upside down cakes Ronit Penso With such abundance of juicy and tasty summer fruits, I had to use them in a cake as well. As it was hard to decide between using the ripe peach or the plums I’ve had, I’ve decided to opt for the “why choose?” solution, and made two cakes, using the same cake batter.

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Pineapple, Plum, Hazelnut and Coconut Crisp

Pineapple, Plum, Hazelnut and Coconut Crisp Ronit PensoFruit crisp desserts are not the prettiest desserts around, but what they lack in beauty, they have in flavor, texture and ease of preparation.

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Plums and Prunes Cake

Plums and Prunes cake Ronit PensoPlum season is almost over, but there are still enough plums to make this very easy and quick moist cake, in which the plums serve as the main ingredient in both forms – fresh and dried.
The fresh plum puree gives the cake its’ moist texture, while the prunes add their deep unique sweetness and color. The red wine adds another layer of flavor, and the moist “icing” gives an extra kick of sweetness.
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Stewed Spiced Plums and Plum Jelly

Spiced stewed plums Ronit pensoWhat to do if you buy beautiful plums that end up tasting disappointingly bland? Don’t throw them away! Instead, stew them with brown sugar and spices, to enhance their flavor. Continue reading