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Fig and dark chocolate bundt cake

  • 3.5 Star
  • Timer Prep 20 min
    Cook 45 min
  • Chart 435.0 cal/
  • Chef hat Medium


For tossing with figs, save a tablespoon of the plain flour. Lightly beat the eggs. Trim and chop into small chunks the fresh ripe fig. Melt the dark chocolate.


  1. 1 Heat the oven to 180ºC, 160ºC fan, and lightly oil the bundt tin, mix together the flour, baking powder and salt in a small bowl and set aside.
  2. 2 Cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy.
  3. 3 Add the vanilla to the beaten eggs then add this in stages to the butter mixture, beating to incorporate. Fold in the yogurt.
  4. 4 Fold in the dry ingredients, toss the figs in the extra flour then gently fold these into the mixture.
  5. 5 Use a large spoon to put dollops of the mixture into the tin, drizzling the chocolate in between as you go.
  6. 6 When all the cake mix and chocolate has been added, use a skewer to drag the mixture around to lightly marble the chocolate.
  7. 7 Level off the top and bake for 40 to 45 minutes until risen and golden and bouncy to the touch.
  8. 8 Meanwhile, mix all the glaze ingredients together and set aside.
  9. 9 Allow the cake to cool a bit, remove form the tin and cool fully, spoon over the glaze allowing it to run all down the sides of the cake.

2 Reviews

  • Victoria

    What size tin should be used?

  • Beefy Brian

    I don't like figs that much but this looks good

  • Average per serving
  • Calories 435.0kCal
  • Fat20.2g
  • Saturated9.5g
  • Salt0.61g
  • Carbohydrates58.5
  • Sugar40.3g
  • Protein6.2g
  • Fibre2.1g