Tooty Fruity cake- Brittania fruit cake style

DSC_0173Aren’t all kids fond of those small square sized fruit cakes of brittania and don’t we mothers love them too because they are so handy to be packed into kids’ snack boxes. Well , they can be easily made at home with a bit of effort. I got this amazing recipe for brittania style fruit cake from a fellow member of a facebook group . Mrs.Bhavna Bhakri had posted this with such drool worthy pictures. It had loads of tooty fruity in it and how can I not try! they came out super soft, super tasty, without the smell of eggs (which is so prominent in the store brought ones). I was always skeptical about the eggless recipes with condensed milk, and this recipe washed away all my fears.

Here’s a quick recipe for one of my quickest posts:


All purpose flour– 1 ¼ cup
Baking powder– 1 teaspoon
Baking soda– ½ teaspoon
Condensed milk– ¾ cup
Butter– 4 tablespoon
Milk – 1/3 cup
Vinegar– 1 teaspoon
Vanilla essence– 1 teaspoon
Tooty fruity– ½ cup

yellow colour(optional)few drops

(You can add 2 tablespoon of castor sugar if want the cakes to be more sweeter, I didn’t find the need for it.)



  • Sieve in dry ingredients and keep aside.
  • Add a teaspoon of flour to tooty fruity and keep aside.
  • Whisk butter and condensed milk in a bowl.
  • Mix in vanilla essence .
  • Add milk and flour mixture alternatively little by little and fold it into the liquid mixture.
  • Lastly mix vinegar.
  • Fold tooty fruity into the batter and pour it into the greased moulds.
  • Bake in pre heated oven at 180 degrees for 20-25 minutes, until a tooth pick inserted at the centre of the cake comes out clean


Facebook Comments

Related Post

METHI MALAI MATAR Who doesn't love the winter vegetable markets!! Fresh green peas, sweet carrots, colorful bell peppers, you name them and you get them farm fresh ( an...
Red velvet cupcakes Red velvet cupcakes- the mini visual delights. Red velvet cakes are so named for their colour and texture. The colour imparted by the artificial red c...
Roasted red pepper and walnut spread Roasted red pepper and walnut spread also called 'Muhammara' or 'Mhammara' is Syrian dish widely popular in middle eastern cuisine. Made from red bell...
AamRas Malai Traditional Indian sweets always have a special place for special occasions. Ras Malai  ( flattened Rasgullas / cottage cheese discs dunked in milky s...
Mango ice cream – with 3 ingredients!! Rounding off  my event mango mania with this simple three ingredient mango ice cream. There coudn't have been a better way to bid adieu to the king of...
Caramalised Pear muffins and a small teacher’...  Don’t go by the fancy name, they are just normal cupcakes with pears. I had once baked a pineapple upside down cake , and when I unmoulded the cake...


Hi , I’am Neelima and welcome to my space!! I’am a full time practicing dentist. Cooking had always been my passion, and baking which had started as a fascination is now crossing over to be an obsession.

You may also like...

1 Response

  1. rashmi says:

    Yummmyyyy…look exactly like d store bought ones..but as u said I avoid them becoz or d egg smell…but violaaaaa!!!! these r widout eggs so its a must try…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *