Eggless Tutti Frutti Cake



I am happy to share my 500th post in my blogging journey and in this moment I like to thank all my readers and followers for the encouragement.And a special thanks to Valli for the wonderful Blogging Marathon event.Blogging marathon event with the different themes make me to achieve this mile stone.
Coming to the recipe,in my eggless cakes series for the Blogging Marathon #51,sharing another yet simple and colorful cake with tutti frutti.This cake was in my to do list since the time I bookmarked it from Chitra's blog.
This is super soft and spongy cake with the crunch of tutti frutti.If you want you can add some chopped nuts and raisins,but here I used only tutti frutti.
This recipe uses yogurt and it should be fresh and room temperature.As I was not sure about how sour the yogurt was so used 3/4 cup and 1/3 cup of milk.The cake came out super soft and everybody liked it.As the weather was very bad on the day I made,the clicks are not good as I expected,will update it.Also,share orange flavored eggless tutti frutti cake with condensed milk soon.. Lets move onto the recipe..........................................





                                                                        
                                                                                      Eggless  Tutti Frutti Cake


                                                                  
   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 15 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 30-40 minutes
   Makes ~ 8' cake or a loaf
    


   Ingredients


  
Ingredient
Quantity
All purpose flour
11/2 cups
Olive oil or any neutral oil 
1/2 cup
Sugar
3/4 cup
Baking powder
11/2 tsp
Baking soda
1/4 tsp
Fresh curd/yogurt3/4-1 cup
Salta pinch
Tutti fruti1/4 cup
Milk1/3-1/2 cup
Vanilla1 tsp
All purpose flour/maida2 tsp(for dusting)




    Method 
  • Take all purpose flour and sieve it for couple of times.Grease the baking pan with baking spray or oil and dust some flour or put a parchment paper.Mix the tutti frutti with  a tsp of flour and keep it aside.Pre-heat the oven in 350 F..
  •  Now in a bowl take the yogurt and whisk in an electric hand blender or whisker until it becomes creamy.Do not do it vigorously,now in the yogurt add the baking powder and soda,mix it.When you mix it gently it started bubbling,let it sit for 5 minutes.Now the curd looks foamy and to this add the sugar and mix it gently.

  • Then goes in the oil and vanilla,give it a mix.Now slowly add the flour and milk in batches and mix it gently using a spatula.Once the flour gets incorporated well,add in the tutti frutti and mix it.

  • Now transfer the batter to the  baking pan and tap it well.Bake it for 30-40 minutes.Remove the cake 5 minutes before completion,brush it a tsp of milk and keep it in the oven back.Let it bake for another 5 minutes or a tooth pick comes out clean.

  • After couple of minutes invert the cake to a wire rack and remove the parchment paper.Let it cool completely.After cooling slice it.
  •  Store it in a container,after it cools down completely.



  • The milk should be in the room temperature or slightly warm.
  • Sieve the flour for couple of times,its necessary to get a nice texture.
  • Chopped cashews can also be added along with tutti frutti.
  • Do not bake it for more than 40 minutes.
  • This cake can be stored in room temperature in air tight container for two days.







Enjoy............................................................





29 comments:

My favourite loaf nalini! Love it totally. Those peeking tutties make it so gorgeous !

Those tuttu frutti peeking out looks so good Nalini..very nicely done!

Wow soft and colorfull looking loaf lovely one nalini

It looks soft, moist and very colorful. So make lovely cakes to choose from. I don't know which ones to bookmark.

Super soft and spongy cake. I have one baking in the oven , just the same tutti fruity one.

Perfect spongy cake. I have same one coming up too. Certain dishes are standard right?

Perfect spongy cake. I have same one coming up too. Certain dishes are standard right?

Wow Super moist, spongy and Yummy!

Congrats on the milestone and wish you many more to come ☺. The cake looks absolutely amazing and the pictures elevates it to a higher level!

OMG, that cake has to be the softest and fluffiest cake I've ever seen. It looks soooo good.

This cake looks fabulous! I think all the baking nerds out there appreciate your details on making the perfect cake!!

Congrats on the milestone Nalini and wishing you many more to come. And this is one of our fav cake. The texture is so good !

Congrats Nalini, way to go..Waiting to see your 1000th post soon.. Wat a beautiful,catchy cake for the celebration, just prefect.

Congrats on the mile stone Nalini. The tutti frutti loaf looks perfectly spongy and irresistible...

congrats nalini!!!! wishing many more milestones to come!!! and this cake is super fluffy and soft...

Congrats on reaching a milestone! Stunning and tempting clicks for a soft and spongy cake!

Simply superb cake for the wonderful occasion!! Congrats Dear :) Keep going!!

lovely looking tutti frutti cake and congratulations

Reminds me of my younger days when i would pick the tutti fruty from the cake and eat. This looks so perfect. Bookmarked!!

Even I have a tutti frutti cake on my list. The pictures are not as bad as you think, Nalini.. Considering the bad weather, pics came out decent.

only one word - awesome :-) my kids wud love this treat !!

What a super-spongy Eggless Cake this is! Wow..those tutti fruiti bits add a nice colour to the already lovely cake.

Congrats Nalini! This loaf looks so moist and store like. Reminds me of the wonder bread fruit cake :)

Cake looks so yummy,pls clarify the measurement given as 11/5 cups.is it 1 and 1/5 cup or 11/ 5 cups.

Cake looks so yummy,pls clarify the measurement given as 11/5 cups.is it 1 and 1/5 cup or 11/ 5 cups.

Congrats nalini this is a delicious and beautiful cake to celebrate your 500th post. I remember this when you shared on Whatsup. Now I need to bake it.

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