Plump and juicy peaches make a delicious appearance in loads of cake recipes, from peach upside down cake to peach ginger cake and lots more.
This lovely sponge cake dotted with chopped fresh peaches and blueberries epitomises summer! Serve with freshly whipped cream.
An extremely light and easy to make cake that is topped with fresh peach slices. A nice pud after a summer meal.
The Far Breton is a traditional Breton dessert, a custard-like cake with fruit. One peach makes this recipe to serve 8, so it is not only easy, it is inexpensive. I used a yellow peach, but a white peach would be lovely as well.
There's hardly any butter in this amazingly fast cake and it still tastes great. I usually use fresh peaches, but peaches from a tin work well too. You can decorate the cake with a sprinkling of icing sugar before serving.
This gluten free upside down cake is fruity, sweet and a delightful wheat-free dessert option. I used peaches, plums and raspberries but feel free to adapt to whatever you have on hand.
This lovely moist peach cake uses tinned peaches for simplicity making this a great recipe to have on hand for last minute guests.
This delightful recipe makes one fresh peach loaf cake, ideal for afternoon tea with friends, bake sales or summer fêtes.
Fresh peaches and virtually-fat-free fromage frais combine in this delicious quick bread, which is just as perfect for brunch as it is at teatime.
Fresh peaches folded into a buttery sponge mixture, baked to a light, fluffy and fruity finish. Try it with plums or apricots as well, it will be a lovely pud every time.
A tangy, moist, peachy ginger cake!