Peach, raspberry and tonka bean fondant cake

Peach, raspberry, tonka bean fondant cake - Lilie Bakery
Peach, raspberry, tonka bean fondant cake - Lilie Bakery
Peach, raspberry, tonka bean fondant cake - Lilie Bakery

A recipe filled with sunshine on the program today: yellow peaches, raspberries and a hint of tonka bean in this fondant and colorful cake! I love tasting summer fruits so much (we wait so much the rest of the year to be able to taste them) that when they are there, we hasten to incorporate them everywhere in each recipe!

So when Microplane asked me to create a summer recipe with its new blades, I immediately thought of making a Peach, raspberry and tonka bean fondant cake.

By the way, you already know microplane? This is the brand of high-end graters that great chefs use to do everything in the kitchen: grate, zest, slice ... For having tested them (these and others from the same brand), I can tell you that their cutting edge remains sharp even over time. The kind of accessories that have accompanied us for years in the kitchen… Moreover, the American brand is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and on this occasion it has created a special color for its famous premium classic zester: the coral that you can see on my pictures.

Microplane mandolin zester - Lilie Bakery

To make my recipe, I therefore used the zester to finely scrape the tonka bean (which brings its very typical vanilla / caramel flavor, I love it!) As well as the mandolin to make thin slices of yellow peach - essential for obtain the desired texture for this cake.

So what about this cake? A fruit bomb! No less than 1 kg of finely sliced ​​yellow peaches inside, the result: a very wet texture, a little clafoutis for amateurs;) No need to sweeten a lot: the fruits take care of it very well.

Find my recipe below :)

Peach, raspberry, tonka bean fondant cake - Lilie Bakery
Peach, raspberry, tonka bean fondant cake - Lilie Bakery
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Peach, raspberry and tonka bean fondant cake

Ultra melting, and so fruity!
Prep time20 minutes
Cook time50 minutes
Yield: 6 people


  • 1 kg firm yellow peaches not too ripe - important for the hold of the cake
  • 150 g raspberries
  • 2 eggs
  • 120 g all-purpose flour
  • 1 sachet baking powder
  • 70 g brown sugar + 20g for cooking
  • 50 g soft butter, melted
  • 1/2 tonka bean
  • 80 ml fermented milk or whole milk
  • + decoration: raspberries peach, icing sugar


  • Start by peeling the peaches, cut them into quarters then pass them through a mandolin to obtain slices of about 1 to 2 mm.
  • Preheat the oven with rotating heat to 180 °.
  • In a bowl, whisk the eggs and brown sugar. Then add the sifted flour with the yeast, mix well. Then add the melted butter and the grated half tonka bean. Finish with the milk.
  • Add the thinly sliced ​​peaches in the cake batter (keeping a few slices for the top of the cake). Coat them well.
  • Butter the cake mold (I used a 26x10cm tin mold, I put a link at the bottom of the article) and sprinkle the bottom and the edge of the mold with brown sugar: this is what will give a golden aspect to the cake.
  • Pour half of the dough into the mold, then arrange the raspberries, lining them up over the entire surface. Then pour the remaining batter over the raspberries. Lightly tamp the surface with a spatula or tablespoon. Finally, place the slices of peaches that you had set aside and sprinkle with brown sugar to brown the cake during cooking.
  • Bake for 50 minutes (to check, to adapt according to your oven). The center of the cake should be very soft. Let cool on a rack, unmold and place in the refrigerator to firm it up and make it easier to cut. Decorate with raspberries, sliced ​​peach, icing sugar ...


Store in the refrigerator, ideally under a cover.
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    25th June 2019

    This wonderful cake! He must have made people happy!

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    July 1, 2019

    Very good recipe! We are really into the fruit, it's fresh and good.
    On the other hand mine was not very presentable, the cake was very soft and the slices did not hold together well, but maybe my peaches were a little too ripe for this recipe ...

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    July 8, 2019

    I was wondering if your recipes are posted / available in English. This cake looks amazing!

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      Lilie bakery

      July 12, 2019

      Hello Pamela, no translation for the moment, maybe I will have someone translate all the recipes for me one day! You can copy and paste the recipe into Google translation if you wish :)

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    July 30, 2020


    can i use canned peaches?


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      Lilie bakery

      August 17, 2020

      Hello, no I do not recommend it would be more difficult to cut finely

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    March 14, 2023

    We can use it as a base but decline with other fruits until it is the peach season? :)

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      Lilie bakery

      March 17, 2023

      Hello Camille, you can do it with pears or apples, even if the result will be less tender than with peaches. See you soon :)

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    September 2, 2023

    5 stars
    Hello I tested this cake, a real success. The taste is there, the tonka bean flavored deliciously, I note the recipe in my favorites. THANKS!

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      Lilie bakery

      September 2, 2023

      Thank you very much Colin! See you soon ;)


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