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Easy Fruit Tart Recipe

Fruit pie
There are many different ways to eat fruit, and although I like it in all possible ways, I know that many people find it difficult to eat it, especially the smallest of the house. 

For this reason, we can resort to recipes as striking, colourful and delicious as this simple fruit tart

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The best of all is that the fruits are raw and we can take advantage of 100% of the nutrients.

My first memory in the kitchen is the yoghurt cakes I made with my mother. 

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I loved preparing them and especially eating them. 

They are so rich and straightforward that even a child can make them. 

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Indeed many of you will know the recipe, the yoghurt container is used to measure the ingredients, and you only need a bowl, a spoon and the mould in which you want to make the cake.

Fruit pie
This version is slightly different because it is vegan, no dairy or eggs are used, so those of you who are intolerant or allergic can also take it, and of course, vegans.

Although you can use the yoghurt that you like the most or even use non-dairy milk instead, we have used soy yoghurt. 

Also Read: Vegan Chocolate Pudding

To replace the eggs, we have used banana puree, which you can easily make by mashing the bananas with the help of a fork or a mixer or a food processor.

Strawberries
We have made the typical baby fruit porridge with cookies; surely you over porridge, but it is so rich that we ate it by the spoonful. 

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It is a quick and easy recipe to make (in fact, you can prepare it while the cake is baking), and it gives a creamy touch to the cake that, together with the freshness and sweetness of the ripe fruit, make this cake completely irresistible.

You can use the fruits that you like the most; we will show you our favourite combination. 

Also Read: Blueberry Smoothie Bowl

You can also change them if you prepare them at another time of year and adapt them to the season's fruits.

Fruit pie
The texture of this cake is different from those that use egg. 

It may seem that it has fewer done pieces. 

Still, it is because of the banana, primarily if you have not crushed it much or if you have not integrated it well with the rest of the dough, but not Worry, it is done, and it is also much juicier and moist, try it, you will surely love it. 

Also Read: How To Make Banana Ice Cream

You can also substitute the banana puree for applesauce or purée (about 200 grams).

You can also make just the cake without adding the porridge and strawberries; it is a delicious breakfast, dessert, and snack. 

Although it contains sugar and flour, we have used the integral version, and it is much lighter and healthier than industrial pastries. 

An advantage of this cake is that as it does not have an egg, you can scrape the bowl without a problem, and I warn you that the dough is incredible. 

Also Read: 15 Best Banana Recipes

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Fruit pie
Fruit pie

Fruit pie
This Easy Fruit Tart has a simple shortbread crust and cream cheese filling for the perfect summer dessert.

  • Author: Dance of Stoves
  • Preparation: 10 mins
  • Cook: 40 mins
  • Total: 50 minutes
  • Servings: 8 (1x), 16 (2x), 24 (3x)
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: Vegan

Ingredients SCALE (1x)

For the cake:

  • 125 grams of soy yoghurt (1 yoghurt)
  • 120 grams of extra virgin olive oil (1 glass of yoghurt filled with oil)
  • 220 grams of brown sugar (2 glasses)
  • 210 grams of whole wheat flour (3 cups)
  • One sachet of chemical yeast (9.5 grams)
  • One teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
  • Three ripe bananas

For the fruit porridge:

  • 1/2 banana
  • 1/2 pear
  • 1/2 orange
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • Two biscuits

To decorate the cake:

  • Strawberries, kiwis and tangerines

Ingredients SCALE (2x)

For the cake:

  • 250 grams of soy yoghurt (2 yoghurts)
  • 240 grams of extra virgin olive oil (2 yoghurt glass filled with oil)
  • 440 grams of brown sugar (4 cups)
  • 420 grams of whole wheat flour (6 cups)
  • Two sachets of chemical yeast (9.10 grams)
  • Two teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
  • Six ripe bananas

For the fruit porridge:

  • One banana
  • One pear
  • One orange
  • One teaspoon cinnamon
  • Four cookies

To decorate the cake:

  • Strawberries, kiwis and tangerines

Ingredients SCALE (3x)

For the cake:

  • 375 grams of soy yoghurt (3 yoghurts)
  • 360 grams of extra virgin olive oil (3 yoghurt glass filled with oil)
  • 660 grams of brown sugar (6 cups)
  • 630 grams of whole wheat flour (9 cups)
  • Three sachets of chemical yeast (9.15 grams)
  • Three teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
  • Nine ripe bananas

For the fruit porridge:

  • 1 1/2 banana
  • 1 1/2 pear
  • 1 1/2 orange
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • Six cookies

To decorate the cake:

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, we add the soy yoghurt and keep the glass or container to measure the rest of the ingredients.
  2. We pour a glass of oil, two of sugar and stir with the help of a spoon or spatula until they are integrated.
  3. Add the three cups of flour (you can use a strainer or a sieve so that no lumps form, although it is not necessary).
  4. When the flour is well integrated, you can add the rest of the ingredients (the yeast, the vanilla extract and the banana puree). Then, You can crush them with a fork for the banana puree or put them in the bowl and beat all the dough with a mixer.
  5. We grease the cake mould with olive oil to spread with a paper napkin and add the cake batter. The mould we have used is 22 cm. in diameter.
  6. We put the oven preheated to 180 degrees, placing the mould on a rack in the central height. Let it bake for about 40 minutes or until it comes out completely clean when you click with a stick or needle (the time may vary depending on your oven).
  7. While we can prepare the porridge, we beat the fruits together with the cookies and cinnamon and set them aside.
  8. Ideally, wait until the cake is cold. Then, we turn it over so that the top is flatter and more perfect. Next, spread the porridge with a spatula and place the fruits that we have cut into slices.

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