Gluten-Free Breakfast Plum Cake
Breakfast cake like never before! A Gluten-Free Breakfast Plum Cake filled with fresh plums, a hint of cinnamon and vanilla in a buttery cake. Now the decision to make is, when are you going to eat it, breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner? Because, plum cake is perfect at any time of day! But especially this cake → filled with so many fresh plums.
I am super excited to share this gluten-free breakfast cake recipe with you today because it is incredibly delicious! Let me start first by saying this is a seasonal gluten-free breakfast cake. You can make it with plums, peaches, apples or berries. Seeing that plums are in season, I decided to make it with fresh juicy plums.
The cake is made up of two layers, a buttery cake and juicy plums. You can also add a cinnamon streusel topping and make it a three-layer breakfast cake. I did not add the streusel topping because I feel that it doesn’t need it. But if you want added goodness, feel free to add it. This cake is anything but dry, it is super moist and buttery filled with plums coated with cinnamon.
♥ The details.
To make this gluten-free breakfast plum cake is simple. First, you toss the plum wedges in some coconut sugar and cinnamon and set them aside for a few minutes. This allows them to release some of their juices and stops them from making the cake soggy. The rest is easy, combined dry ingredients, cream the butter with eggs and sugar, add milk and vanilla combine with dry ingredients.
Now comes the fun part, spread the batter into a cake pan, then top with cinnamon plum wedges. If you are using a streusel topping, this is the time to add it. Once the cake is fully baked, the batter rises and encases each plum with buttery goodness. Need I say more? The plum cake is soo good! Do you need more breakfast cake recipe inspirations? Check out our complete selection of gluten-free sweet cakes.
Recipe for cinnamon streusel topping. (optional)
- 1/3 cup coconut sugar or brown sugar.
- 1/4 cup sweet sorghum flour.
- 1/4 cup finely chopped walnuts or pecans.
- 1/2 tsp. GF ground.
- 3 Tbsp. Cold butter.
Combine sugar, flour, nuts and cinnamon. Add cold butter, and using your fingers mix until crumbly.
Frequently asked questions:
∼ Can I replace fresh fruit with frozen fruit?
Yes, you can. First, bring the fruit to room temperature for 15 minutes and then allow for extra baking time.
∼ Can I freeze the cake?
Once the cake has been thoroughly cooled, store it in an airtight container, and you can freeze it up to three months.
∼ How long does this cake keep?
The cake will keep up to five days when refrigerated in an airtight container.
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