Host mother made this last week. I ate a good half of it.
I have, for quite some time, been eager to join the French Yogurt cake club. Excuse me, the proper French yogurt cake club. There are plenty of good recipes out there for French yogurt cake (I’ve included some recommendations at the bottom of the post) but read any description and you’ll discover that a real one is made using a French yogurt jar to measure ingredients. Much like a pound cake, come to think of it.
So, if you’d like to make the French version, you must find your jar of French yogurt. This step is somewhat straight forward if you’re going to France and have the foresight to save some room in your suitcase for an oddly shaped, though not-at-all heavy, little glass jar. Then, the jar sits on your counter; a trophy won with your vague knowledge of French. Of course, this is a French recipe, so it…
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