Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Butterless Whole Wheat Kiwi Upside Down Cake

Kiwi, these fruits are loaded with many vitamins and right now here its peak season of this ultimate fruits. Obviously how can i forget to get them whenever we go to farmer's market. Recently i got a huge bag of farm fresh kiwis from my next door friend who carried all the from South France as her uncle is a farmer who owns some kiwi plants. Seriously, i was overwhelmed by her nice gesture and i want to make something delicious with those kiwis. After making some smoothies and fruit salad, i baked a fabulous upside down cake with the leftover kiwis. As much as like apples, i cant take kiwis raw, and unfortunately kiwi is one of my favourite fruits, hence i baked this cake to enjoy the goodness of this incredible fruits.

Butterless Kiwi Upside Down cake

Am running this week's blogging marathon with Make them as cakes as theme, after two delicious cake, my today's post is going to an another interesting cake which is prepared with whole wheat flour and kiwi. If you are a lover of spongy cake with fruits, this cake is a must to try which is completely butter free. However i opted for eggs, but you still bake this cake as eggless by replacing eggs with condensed milk.  A prefect evening time snack cake, and this cake is one of the best way to sneak kiwi in your diet as well. We enjoyed this cake thoroughly, especially i loved this cake as kiwi brings a nice flavor and texture to this cake while having this cake.

Butterless Wholewheat Kiwi Upside Down Cake

1cup All purpose flour
1cup Whole wheat flour
1cup Sugar
1/2cup Yogurt
1/2cup Oil
2nos Eggs
1tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Baking soda
1tsp Vanilla essence
5-6 Kiwis (peeled and sliced thickly)
1/4cup Packed brown sugar

Melt the brown sugar with enough water and heat in simmer until the sugar gets dissolves.

Pour this sugar syrup to a 8inch round baking pan.

Now arrange the sliced kiwi chunks over the sugar syrup and keep aside.

Preheat the oven to 350F.

Beat the sugar, eggs until everything turns soft.

Kiwi Cake, Kiwi Upside Down Cake

Finally add the yogurt,oil beat everything for few more minutes.

Meanwhile sift the flours,baking soda and baking powder, keep aside.

Add the sifted flours, vanilla essence to the wet ingredients, mix everything well with a spatula until everything get well mixed, dont over mix..

Pour the cake batter to the already prepared pan and bake in middle rack for 25-30minutes or until the skewers insert come out clean..

Keep aside and let them cool completely.

Invert the baking pan over a plate and slice the cake as you desire, enjoy with ur cup of tea.

Butterless Kiwi Yogurt Cake


Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

With the kiwi all over the cake, it looks beautiful Priya. And dish made with farm fresh fruits turn fantastic. You are so lucky to have those fresh fruits.

Chitz said... Reply To This Comment

They look so moist & yum. Awesome :)

veena said... Reply To This Comment

That is a beautiful kiwi studded cake. Beautifully clicked and perfectly baked

Motions and Emotions said... Reply To This Comment

The taste of kiwis must have taken the cake to another level and looks so moist...

My Culinary Journey said... Reply To This Comment

Kiwi Upside Down Cake looks delectable. Fresh fruits add aswome flavour to cakes always. This has turned super moist.

Vanitha said... Reply To This Comment

Wow!!! That is one decadent cake with all those gorgeous slices of kiwi! Fabulous share dear :)

Maria Nasir said... Reply To This Comment

Upside down cakes are such fun to bake, especially the moment when you flip them out. With kiwi is a totally new flavour for me. I love kiwi so I know I'll love this cake too.

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

What a wonderful fruity cake. I love kiwi but am wondering how cooked ones would taste as I've never tried them.

JollyHomemadeRecipes said... Reply To This Comment

Wow!! The kiwi upside cake looks absolutely delightful & beautiful. Even I love to used fresh flavourful fruits in my baking. Now this one is the next one. Cake looks so soft and moist.

Lathiya said... Reply To This Comment

The cake looks delicious and moist..The kiwi makes it so appealing..Awesome bake for this Christmas season

cookingwithpree said... Reply To This Comment

This looks so delicious! I would have never thought of making an upside down cake with kiwis :)

Swati said... Reply To This Comment

My kids love kiwi, I have used it on fruits cakes and puddings but never upside down way!! Very nice idea, will surely try this. Thanks for sharing!!!

Hayley said... Reply To This Comment

Oh, I can imagine that tangy taste with sweet cake, gosh I am drooling! Perfectly baked cake is moist and fluffy. Wish I could grab a slice!!

Freda said... Reply To This Comment

Gorgeous cake, Priya! It looks lovely and the crumb looks so moist and tender! fabulous share :)

Harini R said... Reply To This Comment

The kiwi studded upside down cake looks fantastic. I must try this sometime.

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

Upside down cake with kiwi looks so gorgeous and moist .Thanks for this lovely share.

Chef Mireille said... Reply To This Comment

I love upside down cake's and this kiwi version looks so fantastic!

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

I have been thinking for a long time to try an upside down cake and using kiwi is such a brilliant idea. Love the beautiful cake!