Thermomix Berry Cake

Mmmm mmmm, this is my new favourite cake so I hope you all enjoy this recipe as much as I did! I was lucky enough to do a demo for a lovely bunch of ladies a couple of weeks ago and at this demo one of the guests brought in the most gorgeous looking cake to share at the end of the night. Oh my goodness, this cake was just amazing and the baker of this cake was so lovely that she said she would share her recipe with me. Thank you Milisa for sharing your recipe with me and allowing me to convert it to share with everyone!

Thermomix Berry Cake

Cake ingredients
100 g butter
120 g plain flour
1 egg
80 g castor sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons of baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla paste or extract
3 cups of fresh or frozen berries (blackberries, blueberries, raspberries)

Topping Ingredients
400 g sour cream
80 g castor sugar
15 g cornflour
2 egg yolks
1 teaspoon vanilla paste or extract

cake

TM31 Method

Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Lightly grease and flour a 20 cm springform tin.

For cake, place butter in Thermomix bowl and heat at 60 degrees, Speed 3 for 2 minutes or until butter has melted.

Place all other cake ingredients with the exception of the berries into the Thermomix bowl and mix together for 5 seconds on Speed 3. Scrap down bowl and if necessary mix again for another 5 seconds on Speed 3. Pour into the prepared tin. Cover with berries.

Beat the topping ingredients together on Speed 4 for 5 seconds and pour on top of the berries. Bake for 50-60 minutes.

Serve with whipped cream and more berries if desired.

Notes
Milisa’s recipe included 1 1/2 tablespoons custard powder in the topping but to keep the cake additive free I used cornflour instead. If you use custard powder it will not be necessary to add the cornflour in.

The original recipe stated to use a 23 cm springform tin which I originally did and although I was more than happy with the taste I wasn’t thrilled with the look. Milisa told me she uses at 20 cm springform tin and I believe this has a much better look. However just use what is available.

Milisa now has her very own Thermomix which means baking her signature cake just got a whole lot easier!!

Thanks again Milisa x

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6 Responses to Thermomix Berry Cake

  1. Charmaine says:

    Had the pleasure of tast testing this the other day and it was divine 🙂

  2. Joanne says:

    It was delicious and I am so glad you have converted it for us. Xxx

  3. Rosa Di Re says:

    Absolute disaster! Used fresh raspberries and they gave out so much liquid during cooking that it seeped out of bottom of pan! Cooked it for over 60 minutes and it still came out a soggy mess! Is 3 cups of berries correct?? Waste of my time and money! There is something seriously wrong with this recipe.

    • Oh Rosa I am sorry to that the cake did not work out for you. This recipe was kindly given to me by a customer and I have also personally made it very successfully. I will leave your comment here so people can adjust the amount of berries to their liking. Hopefully you can turn your cake into a trifle so you can still make use of it, I am sure you will find the flavours beautiful.

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