Spanking A-Z Challenge – C is for…

C is for Cake.

Chocolate, coffee or carrot, or may be courgette with a little bit of cinnamon and citrus zest.


courgetteThis is a courgette – I think some parts of the world call it a zucchini. (silly me, couldn’t have done this post for Z!)

Of course we can’t eat cake everyday. I’m told it’s not healthy …. by some spoil sport, who is probably armed with a spatula or something equally wicked.

They say good things come to those who wait. One of those adages or sayings telling us how to live. Rather like loneliness makes the heart grow fonder, or having your cake and eating it.

So like eating cake, if you’re searching for a spanking, wait. Patience is required. One will come along shortly.


You’re not alone, some one else is waiting for a little disciplining – today’s snippet from Driven Wild:

For the last three days, Leah had been waiting. Occasionally distracted at work, she couldn’t explain to her colleagues the reason for her wandering mind, how could she? How to explain she allowed her chauffeur to spank her; submitted to the humiliation and shame it entailed. 

OK, let’s have some cake instead.

Here is a recipe for a favourite one of mine – courgette and lemon.

(sorry no cups)

200g/7oz grated courgette

150g/5oz caster sugar

one egg

125ml /4 floz vegetable oil

200g/7oz plain flour

half teaspoon salt

half teaspoon bicarbonate of soda

quarter teaspoon baking powder

one teaspoon cinnamon

zest of two lemons

In one bowl sift flour, add bicarbonate of soda, baking powder, cinnamon and lemon zest.

In another bowl (a bigger one) beat together courgette, sugar, oil and egg.

Fold flour into gloopy mix until it makes a nice smooth batter.

Grease loaf tin, pour in batter.

Bake in preheated oven at at 160C / 320F for 45 minutes.

And …. yummy in my tummy.



13 thoughts on “Spanking A-Z Challenge – C is for…”

  1. I’m the one at home that likes to try new things, like food with courgettes. Never heard of courgette and lemon cake. But I’ll send you a picture of the result. And the jury’s result as well of course. Thank you, Jaye.

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