Rocking Rhubarb Cake Recipe

This recipe is from one of my favourite customers and she is kind enough to let me share it with you. I’m not a huge fan of rhubarb but this cake is delicious. I have raving fans that also agree with me!

Rocking Rhubarb Cake - The Creative Mummy

Rocking Rhubarb Cake

Recipe by Sharon

What You Need

290g caster sugar
90g butter
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla
300g plain flour
1 tsp bi carb soda
1/2 tsp salt
50g buttermilk
2 cups rhubarb chopped into 2cms pieces

Topping
50g brown sugar
1 tbsp butter

What To Do
Preheated oven 160c. Line a 20cm spring-form tin with chopped rhubarb.
Place all ingredients in Thermomix bowl and combine on Speed 5 30sec. Scrape down sides of bowl and repeat.
Poor mixture over the rhubarb in the tin.

Topping
Heat brown sugar and butter in a pan over medium heat until combined and then pour over the mixture and swirl around through the cake batter.

Place into the preheated oven for 1.5 hours.

Enjoy!

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4 thoughts on “Rocking Rhubarb Cake Recipe

  1. umm bit worried , this isn;t a batter its like a pastry so when you say pour it in well that isn’t possible nor is swirling the brown sugar mix through the “batter

    • I am at the batter stage also so not sure how it will turn out. Would appreciate reply whether it is supposed to be batter-like.

      • Hi Lela, It is a thick batter but it depends on if you have used bought buttermilk or homemade butter milk. I have found the bought one is a thicker consistency. so if your batter is quite thick you made need to add more butter milk. hope that helps Fran

    • Hi Liz, It is a think batter but it depends on if you have used bought buttermilk or homemade butter milk. I have found the bought one is a thicker consistency. so if your batter is quite thick you made need to add more butter milk. hope that helps Fran

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