Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Eggless Pineapple Cake

Eggless Pineapple Cake

Hi Friends,
I am so excited to see so many different kind of Christmas recipes on the blogs. These days are so hectic for me. I am not able to bake or cook something different. Sometimes you prepare for something else and results become just opposite of that. I made this cake in a hurry, so may be measurements was not correct for a nice fluffy cake and it came out so moistened gooey and yummilicious. You can't make a perfect pieces out of this. It is recommended to have this cake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or chocolate sauce. Even thinking of that combo making me drooling here. Actually i have added  pureed pineapple more then required. that puree made this cake so moistened and gooey. Inspite of cutting with a knife you can have this cake with a spoon, my kids had a piece and rolled their fingers and said 'wow mammy its yummy.'
So friends if your kids like pineapple or something gooey and fudgy then this cake is for you. Try this and let me know the outcome.


All purpose Flour - 1 cup (heaped)
Pinapple - 250gm or 4 big pieces
Sugar - half cup
Oil - 1/4 cup
Baking Powder- 1 tsp
Baking Soda - 1 tsp

Take your ingredients

Keep two slices aside and slice others to grind in a mixer

Chop the slices kept aside and grind the others

Take oil and sugar in a bowl

Mix well

Add pineapple puree and stir well

Now add sifted flour mix

Mix well adjust the consistency by adding milk if required

throw in chopped pineapple

Mix well

Prepare a cake pan

Pour in batter and bake for 25 min

out of the oven

upside down

See the moistened cake
(i kept it in fridge overnight)

It was so moistened that even next day it was difficult to cut the perfect pieces

But it was so yummmmmmmmmy

So gooey 

Perfect to serve with a scoop of ice cream

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  1. I added only 1/4 cup sugar as my pineapple was almost over ripe. if your pineapple have some tangy taste then increase sugar by half cup.
  2. This is a fudge kind of cake so it is recommended to have it with some kind of sauce or with a scoop of ice cream.
  3. My pineapple chunks sank in the bottom, you can dust them with flour before adding to the batter. I don't have any regrets for doing this as it seems like upside down cake, you can serve it any side heheheh.
  4. If don't like so gooey cake then add only half cup puree for 1 cup of flour.





  1. Wow that is so delicious!!! love this eggless version!!!
    Ongoing Event - Let's Party - Eggless Bakes and Treats
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  2. eggless cakes have more moisture and this looks like a relish

  3. Very moist and spongy cake.......delicious.

    today's recipe:

  4. Cake looks delicious ...Pari I think you can think of reducing some photos which are larger than the regular ones..Just a suggestion..

  5. Beautiful cake, thanks for linking with favorite recipes event.

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