A plum cake for breakfast that can become one of the recipes for a menopausal diet.
Why, you ask? Because this cake has among the ingredients of the key foods to support the health and weight of the woman after the age of 50. Natural sugars, fibers, beta-glucans, soy, proteins, omega3. All enclosed in a dessert that is perfect for breakfast and that looks like a plum cake.
Let’s see the recipe.
RECIPES FOR DIET IN MENOPAUSE: PLUM CAKE FOR BREAKFAST
- 100 grams of spelled flour or wholemeal flour
- One hundred grams of oat flakes
- 100 grams of soy flour
- 30 grams of flax seeds
- 100 grams of raisins
- One hundred grams of dates
- 250 grams of apricots, apples, pears or peach in pieces
- 30 grams of almonds
- Thirty grams of pumpkin seeds
- two tablespoons of honey or barley / rice malt
- ginger powder
- cinnamon powder
- 750 ml of skimmed or soy milk with no added sugar
- one sachet vanilla yeast
In a blender, chop together the flax seeds, almonds, pumpkin seeds, spices.
Add the dates and raisins previously soaked for half an hour in warm water and blend another two minutes, then add a glass of milk plus honey and blend again. Keep the cream aside.
Now mix together the flours with the oat flakes, add the rest of the milk a little at a time, the cream of seeds and dried fruit chopped by the mixer and the fresh fruit in pieces. Leave the dough to rest for half an hour, covered with a cloth or plate. Heat the oven to 185 degrees. Take the dough, sift the yeast and add it to the mixture, mix well and pour everything into a liter and a half plum cake mold or into a donut mold.
Bake the cake for about 45-50 minutes at 180 degrees. Indulge in a slice with 125 grams of low-fat white yogurt and a teaspoon of honey, for a total of 310 calories for breakfast.
Calories for a slice, equal to one twelfth of the dessert: 213 calories.