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This Vegan Mango Peach Almond loaf cake is a super easy and delicious tea time cake that comes together with simple ingredients and is incredibly moist and fruity. No one will believe it is egg free and dairy free .
I love to make tea time cakes because they require minimum skill and effort . You don’t have to be a pro cake decorator to make this cake . It’s very appetizing without any frosting.
No butter, no eggs and no dairy … seriously guys this cake doesn’t have any of this and yet it is super moist and soft.
Look at the soft airy crumb . Don’t you wanna dig right in?
So what makes this cake so moist & melt in mouth ?
It’s Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative – one of my favorite on the go snack . Like most of you I too have a busy lifestyle and these individual sized containers makes snacking effortless. I like Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative for so many reasons . I love the fact that even though it’s vegan it is unbelievably smooth and creamy . No one will believe it’s dairy free . Plus is has no high fructose corn syrup or artificial colors & flavors . Moreover it doesn’t contain gluten, carrageenan and casein.We are talking about a real deal deliciousness here which comes with 6 grams of plant-powered protein and has active live cultures . So many fruity flavors to choose from. I am in love with their Peach Mango and Vanilla.
As much as I love it straight out of the container , it makes a delicious base for a quick smoothie or granola fresh fruit parfait . A guilt free snack to curb those evening hunger pangs.
Spring is here and so is the beautiful sunshine . Flowers are blooming and the grocery stores are filled with fresh seasonal fruits. Inspired by the splash of colors everywhere I thought why not bake a moist tea time loaf cake infused with fruity flavors that is dairy free , egg free and refreshing.
For this recipe I have used 2 containers of Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative Peach Mango . It made the cake incredibly moist and turned out to be a sweet vegan success.
I wish you could join me for this deliciousness!!!
Vegan Mango peach almond loaf cake
- Dry ingredients-
- 1 ¾ all purpose flour / maida
- ¼ cup almond flour / almond meal
- ½ cup raw sugar
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- ¾ teaspoon baking soda / i.e three quarter
- ½ teaspoon salt
- Liquid ingredients-
- 1 cup Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative
- ½ cup canola oil
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 5 tablespoon water / non dairy almond milk.
- To mix in-
- 1.5 cups peeled cubed mango & peach
- ½ cup roughly chopped roasted almonds
- 1 tablespoon all purpose flour
- For glaze-
- 1 cup vegan confectionary sugar
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1 tablespoon non dairy milk / water
- For topping-
- ½ cup cubed mangoes
- ¼ cup toasted slivered / chopped roasted almonds
- Pre heat oven at 350 deg F / 180 deg C
- Preparing the pan-
- Prepare the pan by brushing/ spraying the sides and bottom with oil and dusting it with flour.
- Line the pan with parchment at the bottom. This will help easy release of the cake later.
- Preparing the topping-
- In a small bowl ,coat chopped almonds , mango, peach cubes with flour and keep aside.
- Preparing the batter-
- Using a balloon whisk attachment on a handheld mixer or stand mixer cream sugar and Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative together for 30 seconds in a large bowl.
- Add in all other liquid ingredients to it and whisk until blended well for 20 seconds.
- In another sift dry ingredients in a bowl and give a quick mix with the spoon.
- Now add the dry ingredients to the liquid ingredients and whisk until smooth and lump free, about a minute.
- Do not over whip.
- The batter for this loaf cake recipe is thicker consistency than other cake batters.
- Now fold in the prepared topping.
- Pour the batter into the prepared pan and bake on the middle rack for 45-55 minutes or until the toothpick inserted comes with a few crumbs.
- Let it cool on the wired rack for at least 10 minutes .
- Now run a butter knife around the pan to loosen the edges and invert the cake on to the cooling rack.
- While the cake is baking , prepare the glaze by mixing ingredients called for it with a spoon until thick and smooth.
- After the cake has cooled , drizzle the glaze and top it with chopped nuts and mangoes if desired.
Enjoy it warm or cold .
All purpose flour is used to coat the fruits and nuts so that they do not sink at the bottom while baking.
Sub almond flour with oats flour or cornstarch. As Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative is sweetened already , I have used only ½ cup sugar for this recipe.
Feel free to sub raw sugar with coconut sugar or sugar of your choice. If using any other yogurt that is not sweetened add ¼ cup more sugar to taste. Use any flavorless oil or avocado oil .
You may skip the glaze and topping but highly recommended.
This recipe even makes one 8 or 9 “ cake at 35-40 minutes and 15-18 standard size cupcakes at 15-20 minutes.
This cake stays well up to 4-5 days refrigerated .
Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative comes in a variety of flavors.I picked up the Vanilla and Peach Mango Silk Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative on my recent grocery trip to Walmart . These can be found in the Dairy section. I love their strawberry flavor too and cant wait to try blueberry one. Pin this for later .
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That almond loaf cake looks so delicious
will definitely try
Hi Kushboo – i would like to use complete almond flour and omit the all purpose flour completely. Do i have to make modifications to existing measurements? and/or add in new ingredients?
Hello KP. I haven’t tried this recipe using only almond flour. You will have to experiment.
Can I use your eggless vanila cake receipe and add mango and peach in it to make fruit cake ?
Shivani you may use my eggless vanilla cake recipe but you introduce peach puree or peach yogurt you will have to adjust the yogurt and liquid accordingly. Any ad on like fruit chunks or chocolate chips is fine.
Hi, May I sub applesauce or banana for the oil?
Yes you may do Diane for an oil free cake.
Hey lovely bake
What is almond flour…. Is it powdered form of almonds… like grinding the almonds in a powdered form
Yes almond flour is nothing but finely ground almonds. You may blanch dry and then grind or grind after roasting. Sift it before using.
It came out moist and soft. My family loved it.Thank you!
Glad you enjoyed it Shiren!Thank you!
A big fan of your bakes Khushboo. This recipe turned out wonderful. I used strawberries instead of mangoes. So moist. Can’t believe it’s eggless. Thank you.
I am happy you liked it Anaaya. Strawberries are a wonderful seasonal addition!Thank you for a lovely feedback!
You mentioned that it is gluten free. Did you mean the Yogurt or the cake.? The cake is not gluten free.
Hello Rose, the yogurt is gluten free. The cake is not!
Made it for a client who asked for vegan mango cake. I couldn’t believe such moist cake without eggs . Thank you. Will try other recipes from your blog soon.
That is good new Santoni. Thank you for a lovely feedback .Sure do, hope you like them as well!
Would whole wheat flour and coconut sugar make it healthier?
Hello Judi , yes you may opt for coconut sugar and whole wheat flour. But I suggest to add some oat flour too as only wheat flour will make the end product a bit denser.
Thank you for this recipe. Made it with Vanilla yogurt and added cornflour. It tasted nice . Moist bread loaf.
Thank you for a lovely feedback Saana. I am glad the cornflour substitute to almond flour worked for you.
Lovely recipe. Is it ok to replace almond flour completely with all purpose flour
Hello Nimerts, no, I would not suggest completely swap the apf with almond flour because the cake will be dense and heavy. The liquid and fat ratio changes too, making it a different recipe. However, you can swap 40% of apf with almond flour. And adjust the liquid accordingly. I do have healthier bakes on my blog if you are interested.
Just made it and turned out so good . Have sent you the pictures on your FB page . Thank you.
That was quick Sapna, glad you liked it. I loved the picture and it’s already in my reader’s testimonial. Thank you for a lovely feedback.
This looks amazing! I am a sucker for anything peach mango – too bad we aren’t neighbors! I’d invite myself over to share! #client
Thank you Emily 🙂 I second that . Peach and mango is indeed a lovely combination. Wish we were neighbors 🙂
Love the crumb . A treat to the eyes. Thank you for sharing your amazing vegan recipes with us. Especially baking.
Thank you. It’s my pleasure to share my kitchen experiments with the world. Hope you like it .
Such awesome recipe absolutely suits the season..
Summer and mango have always been best friends forever 😊
Add on with peach just makes the combination yummy
Will try someday ….
Suggest you please open a rest where we cab eat all this 😎
Aww Niyati , absolutely. Do try it. Thank you.
So tempting, want to make it right away. I don’t have peaches so will make only with mango. Off I go to buy Silk yogurt .
Only mangoes sounds great. Do try it and drop in your feedback. Thanks for stopping by.
Looks great as always!
One quick question – How do you measure your ingredients? Do you use spoon and level or scoop and level method? Thank you for the help.
Thank you Nupur. If you are asking how I measure the flour then I do it two ways . Sometimes fluff up the flour in the jar with a spoon. Then I scoop it with the measuring cup and level it with back of the spoon. I don’t pack it tightly . The other way is to fluff up the flour and spoon it in the measuring cup until it is filled then level it.