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easy buttermilk fruit cake
Buttermilk Fruit Cake Recipe
Christmas is coming up and as always I have this huge list of things that I want to do. And for sure the baker in me is super excited to bake a cake. I had bookmarked so many recipes and thought of trying one by one so that I can blog about it in a hope that they turn out great. And my recent success was baking this super moist Christmas Fruit Cake that is eggless too. Doesn't that sound great? ok you might ask why does this cake not have a deep colour the reason is its not a traditional version and a quicke for which all you need is a wooden spoon or a wire whisk to whip up the batter. Doesn't that sound so simple? I used only tutti fruit you can go ahead and use any kind of nuts, dry fruits and dates to make a rich cake. I love such cakes (snack cakes) for their simplicity and yet you are can be sure that it tastes amazing.  Did I tell you that you can have this cake warm when its right from the oven? well it is :-) if you are an impatient person like me then you sure are going to try this one ;-) Don't wait any further get the bowls and start you baking 




easy fruit cake recipe
Eggless Tutti Frutti Cake recipe


eggless fruit cake recipe
Eggless Fruit cake recipe

BUTTERMILK FRUIT CAKE RECIPE 

Recipe Source - here slightly modified
Prep time - 7 mins
Bake time - 50 mins
Makes - 6 inch cake
Serves - 6

Ingredients

1 1/2 cups (200 grams) all purpose flour
2/3 cup (130 grams) granulated white sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup (240 ml) buttermilk
1/2 cup (113 grams) unsalted butter, melted
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon rum extract (optional)
1/2 cup tutti fruitti / raisins/ dates

Method
  • Preheat oven to 325 F / 165 C and take 2 mixing bowls. Grease a 6 inch cake pan and set aside. Add some flour to the tutti fruti and set aside
  • In the first bowl add the dry ingredients - flour, baking soda, salt, spices, sugar (powdered) mix well and set aside
  • In another bowl add melted butter, buttermilk, vanilla extract, rum extract mix well and set aside.
  • Now slowly add 1 cup of flour to the wet ingredients and mix well, follow the same until all the flour is used up. Now add the tutti fruiti and mix well.
  • Pour immediately to the greased cake tin and bake in centre of over for 45-50 mins you can check the cake after 40 mins by inserting a toothpick and it must come clean else bake for 5-7 more mins
  • Once done remove the cake tin from the oven and let it sit on a cooling rack for 10 mins, now invert the cake and remove it from the pan.
You can slice the cake when it is warm and enjoy or store in an air tight container once it comes back to room temperature



snack cake
Eggless tutti fruitti cake recipe

Cooks Wisdom

- I added only tutti fruiti to this cake, you can go ahead and add chopped dates, raisins and nuts for more rich flavour

- You can adjust the spices in this cake or make it plain too
- I added 1 tsp of rum extract for a lovely punch
- To make buttermilk at home add 1 tbsp of lime/lemon juice to 1 cup milk, set aside after 2-3 minutes you will notice the milk curdling, you can later use this for making cakes

26 comments:

  1. Nice post, I like your new blog layout

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  2. Soft and delicious cake; love that it is eggless. I thought of baking orange flavored tutti fruiti cake before Christmas. Fingers Crossed!

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  3. Wow eggless fruit cake! I am sure all would be really happy to try out this eggless recipe for Xmas..looks yummm...

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  4. nutmeg and cinnamon... wow... i'm bookmarking this for sure...

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  5. i bookmarked... def i will bake and share.. loved it completely.. super spongy

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  6. the cake is looking wonderfully soft and moist....

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  7. wow luks so delicious!!! also i see the target ad on top, my last company where i worked....

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  8. So soft, moist and delicious cake. Perfectly done.

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  9. Cake looks awesome and the clicks make it so tempting..

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  10. Super tasty cake. Eggless too. Well prepared.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Last few days I was searching for fruit cake recipe..my hubby's fav...thanks for sharing its really helpful..cake looks so soft and tasty..

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  12. Simply awesome looking cake. looks so inviting as well.
    Deepa

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  13. Hi Priya dear...u r rocking with your eggless cake recipes here. I made my christmas fruit cake that I made last year to give to some friends but that has eggs in it. I shud try tweaking it and try an eggless one sometime :-) I love tutti fruitti cakes btw...

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  14. wow so perfectly made fruit cake looks super yumm. I wud love to grab a piece and enjoy them warm now :)

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  15. wow looks so delicious, soft and tempting fruit cake....

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  16. feel like grabbing one piece dee..nice cake

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  17. Love your eggless version.. I love fruit cake.. Back in India, my friends share the yummy fruit cake for christmas.. I am missing it here..Will try this soon..

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  18. looks simply yumm..very soft and fluffy

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  19. looks like your header issue is solved da.. i'm sure your parents will like this yummy fruit cake :)

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  20. Super moist and delicious fruit cake, loved its texture and the way you presented the cake is simply superb! Lovely recipe da will def tryit sometime soon...

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  21. eggless cakes always excite me.. They look so very perfect n yum

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  22. Always love aggless cake. Tutti frutti cake with cinnamon & nutmug is quite a good combination.

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