This is a strawberry and grape cake. It contains no butter or packet sugar. It’s gluten-free, low in bad fat, full of fruit and fibre. And it’s very yummy. Give it a go.
This is a revised abitmoreveg recipe. It’s revised because I had too much cake topping in the original version – I wanted to use up six ripe bananas that I had that day. I mentioned in the recipe that it was better with less of a topping so when I remade it for this post I used much less cake batter to cover the same amount of fruit and it’s definitely the best way to make this cake. And it’s so good. This is also a variation of an old twimii recipe – one of my favourite which I have made so so often – the Apple Banana Cake. This cake is sweeter though.
This sweet treat is gluten-free, dairy free, low in fat, high in fibre and has very little refined sugar in it. I did add some vanilla bean paste to the cake batter and that does contain some sugar but most of the sweetness comes from the fruit. It’s a pretty healthy sweet treat which is why I called it guilt-free and it’s a good way of using up ripe fruit before it’s too ripe. The vegan soft fruit cookies and the apple banana cake are also great for using up fruit.
I have to admit that even though the twimii version is the better cake the abitmoreveg cake looks better – admittedly it was pretty good too. But although this one may not look as good it tastes better.
Turn the oven on to 140 C. Grease an 8" cake tin. Use a deep tin if you have one as the fruit juices boil up while the cake is baking and will spill if the dish isn't deep enough.
Halve the grapes and slice the strawberries. Line the greased cake tin with the fruit.
Put the ground almonds into a deep bowl. With a fork mash up the bananas into a gooey mush. Add the goo to the almond and crack in the egg, Beat together until it's all well combined. Stir in the vanilla bean paste.
Pour the cake batter over the fruit and spread out so that it covers all the fruit. Place in the heated oven and leave to bake for 1 hour.
When it's done take out and leave to cool for 30 minutes. It taste even sweeter when it's cooled.
Hello. I decided to close abitmoreveg. I hadn't updated it for years. twimii is my original food blog. But it is not solely vegetarian - nor solely about food. I hope that's ok and I hope you enjoy it.
I've tagged the abitmoreveg recipes so you can still find them easily. And I've also tagged recipes that would fall under the old abitmoreveg categories: