Here's the recipe for the Far Breton, which was very well received at the yoga "class on the grass". Thank you again to those of you who supported this annual event, we raised £709 for both the Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation, Guernsey and the Namaste Children's Home, Nepal. I love that through practicing yoga in the garden and sunshine, we get to help make a difference to other people's lives both in Guernsey and Nepal.x
Far Breton - ingredients
1 packet stoned prunes soaked in tea for about 30 mins
3 1/2 ozs (100g) plain flour
3 ozs (90g) castor sugar
1/2 litre milk
Large pinch of salt
Oven at 350/175
What to do
Mix flour, sugar and salt in a bowl. Add eggs one at a time and whisk. Add milk in about 4 lots until you have a consistency like a pouring batter.
Butter and lightly oil a baking tin (I use a roasting tin as you need a little depth).
Pour batter into tin and then drop drained prunes into the batter evenly spaced.
Bake for 40 to 50 minutes. This depends on your oven but you need the centre to be 'set', so just keep checking it.
Leave to cool and refrigerate.