Saturday, November 10, 2012

Sunny's Crown Cake

Crown Cake
by Sunny

Hi there, its me again. Blogging kind of late today, but thats because we were making this really big wedding cake at work today and it had to be finished, so unfortunatelly overtime for me, hehe.

The cake you see in the picture i call my Crown Cake, i really have no idea how i came up with this name as believe me this ain't one of the toughest cakes to make, far from it.



  • Biscuites 1 big package (plain ones, no flavor)
  • Butter 100 grams (roomtemperature)
  • 1 teacup of honey
  • 500 grams of Youghurt (get one as thick as possible)
  • Quark (curd) 300 grams
  • Oat Flakes 200 grams
  • 220 ml of hot water
  • 100 grams of raspberries
  • 50 grams of blueberries or blackberries
  • Cocos scrapes 4 spoons

The the hot water and put the cocos scrapes and the oat flakes in it. Let this sit until the oat flakes absorb all the water and become soft.

Take a bowl and mix the yoghurt, the quark and the honey with a mixer on normal speed.

Take the biscuites and brake them all to crumbs, mix them in another bowl with the butter. Now add the oat flakes into this bowl and mix them by hand further.

Take a small baking tin or a small cake form and spread it with the oat flakes mix, this will be your base/layer. Now smear upon this layer with 1/2 the yoghurt cream we just made.
Put some of the fruit ontop of that cream.
Repeat this process 2 times until you get 3 layers of oat flakes and 2 layers of cream.

Decorate the top of the cake with more fruit and sprinkle some cocos on it like i did on the picture. Put the cake in the fridge for 3 hours to harden.

This cake  suits best with a nice Cup of Cappucino or a Latte Machiato.

Enjoy your cake!

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