Thursday, 1 November 2018

Moveable Pear Cinnamon Cake

So hello November and to warm delicious Cinnamon Pear cake.  
And it really was delicious.  

The pears in this cake came from the garden.  Its the first year we have ever had pears from the tree. In fact its been a good year with cooking apples too.  

I wanted to present the pears standing upright like a crown - see this chocolate pear crown cake - but the pears did not want to play along.  I still think this cake looks pretty stellar. 
For the recipe, please follow this Cinnamon Plum Cake and just replace the plums with pears.  

7 comments:

  1. Wow, looks amazing! We have an apple tree and a damson tree, both of which gave us loads of fruit this year. But best of all, our fig tree is still ripening little purple figs for us into November! We haven’t cooked anything with them; we pick them off the tree and eat them raw. Good to be back and good to see you’re still posting x

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    1. So good to hear from you. And wow, homegrown figs - Amazing! Are you still blogging and which blog?

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    2. Yes, same as before, www.theyogivegetarian.blogspot.co.uk. X

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  2. Looks great and I'm sure it was very tasty. Nice idea with the pear arrangement.

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  3. Thank you VegHog. A little bit of a shame they sunk in, but on a positive note, its added moisture.

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  4. Sounds like a lovely cake - I cannot almost smell it - and I love the photo with your autumnal garden. I wonder why the pears stood up in one cake and sunk in another - though I think it still looks lovely

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    1. Thank you Johanna. Yeah that is the blueberry plant, I do love how the colours of the leaves changes on it each year. Re the pears standing up, I think it was because it was diff. cake recipe and the batter here a lot more looser.

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