For Ø 30 cm

For the corn bread

  • 125 g wholemeal corn flour
  • 175 g wholemeal spelt flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 2 organic eggs (size M)
  • 1 pinch of sea salt
  • 250 ml Almond milk
  • 60 ml extra virgin olive oil
  • 85 g organic honey

For the plums

  • 800 g plums
  • 200 ml plum juice (NFC juice)
  • 1 vanilla bean
  • 5 tbsp coconut sugar
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 pinch pf sea salt

Warm cakes with fruits are pure soulfood. This easy, sweet corn bread has everything comfy food needs: fresh fruits and a fluffy dough which is soaked in decoction, so it becomes super juicy. The dessert is done fast, with little ingredients, and is ideal for preparing for a larger group. This also makes it perfect for an autumn picnic out in the country side. Sitting outside, wrapped in blankets, and on your lap this warm and sweet corn bread. Just great!

Put the backing pan in the oven and pre-heat it to 180 degree. Mix the two sorts of flour with the baking powder. Froth up the eggs with a pinch of sea salt. Whisk the milk, olive oil and honey. Mix the dry ingredients with the moist ones until you have a smooth batter, and incorporate the frothed up eggs. Get out the backing pan and dab it well with olive oil. Fill in the dough and bake for 25-30 minutes until the bread has a golden yellow colour.
Meanwhile, boil up the plum juice. Scratch out the vanilla bean and add the pulp with the bean, sugar, cinnamon and a pinch of sea salt to the juice and boil it down for 5-10 minutes.
Halve the plums, pit them and heat them shortly in the juice. Get the bread out of the oven and slice it into rectangles while still in the pan. Pour the juice over the slices, spread the plums and serve lukewarm.

7 Comments

    • Thank you so much Ana! Your photography is amazing too! And I think, we have similar tastes ;) Best, Susann

  • Oh my goodness! I have all the ingredients. I will make this for sure tomorrow! Sounds divine, and I’m gluten free.

  • hallöchen!
    dürft man die eier und das weinsteinbackpulver auch durch johannisbrotkernmehl/agar-agar/ o. ä. ersetzen, falls man das nicht essen darf?
    best, carmen!

    • Liebe Carmen, mit Johannisbrotkernmehl kennen wir uns leider nicht aus. Agar Agar ist ein Verdickungsmittel und hat in dem Rezept nichts verloren. Das Brot soll ja schön fluffig werden, dafür Eier und Backpulver. Die Eier könntest du zum Beispiel durch Aquafaba (aufgeschlagenes Kichererbsenwasser) ersetzen. Viele Grüße, Susann

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