Sunday, 14 November 2010

Peach Crumble Cake

Having managed to put on another half a stone since delivering Baby Plum in August (don't ask how* - I thought that breastfeeding was supposed to help you lose the 'mum tum'?!) I finally realised that enough was enough and that it was time to go back to Weight Watchers .....

On Monday WW released a new version of their programme "ProPoints" where all the components of food are taken into account, not just the calories and saturated fat. It seems to make sense ... and I am sticking to my 51 points (sounds horrifically high when you are used to being on 18 or 20 points a day!). I'm doing it online at the moment as it is easier for me .... I lost 4 lbs in my first week - am hoping that I manage to lose something this week!

I've got my NCT friends coming round tomorrow for tea and cake so have knocked up a Weight Watchers cake - Peach Crumble Cake. I have never made it before, it looks ... ermm ... interesting! I have recalculated the ProPoints and it is 5 points a slice. Not bad eh?

I thought it looked suitably stodgy for a blustery November day ... I'll post the recipe once I have tried it!


[* living off chocolate digestives for 6 weeks probably didn't help ... and then there is all the cake, cake, cake, cakey, CAKE!!!]

7 comments:

Florence and Mary said...

Oooh I'll have to look into this new WW plan!

Victoria xx

Sheila said...

Yum! It is wintery food and not very bad for you...i hope it tastes yummy.
x

smilernpb said...

Breastfeeding worked for me, I lost the five stone I put on within around nine months, which I thought was pretty impressive.

I did try weight watchers, but the old version....and that helped. I haven't heard about this new plan....sounds interesting.

The cake looks yummy. I hope it tastes just as good. Hugs xx

Val said...

Looks absolutely scrumptious!

Kelly said...

Sounds sensible! I have actually lost half a stone in the past 4 weeks due to being petrified that everything I eat may affect my blood sugar!
Have fun with your 'baby' ladies :)

kirstie said...

Hi! I've just come across this after making this cake myself. I'm a beginner-baker and not sure if I've done the recipe wrong.... it's come out oven very stodgy indeed! Light and fluffy are far from it... :) Did you find that with this cake too?

Victoria Plum said...

Hi Kirstie,

I found this cake very stodgy ... more like a wintry pudding which would need lots of custard to make it edible. Needless to say, I have only made it the once!

I've decided that full fat cakes are the way to go ... a little treat now and then is good! :)

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