Lime Loaf Cake with Silken Tofu and Candied Ginger


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Delicious and healthy homemade lime cake from scratch with silken tofu and candied ginger. I have topped the cake with a sprinkle of mixed sesame seeds, instead, you can drizzle a lime icing (100 g icing sugar+2 tbsp lime juice) over the cake once it's completely cooled.

  • 300 g Silken tofu
  • 1 Organic lime
  • 50 g Candied ginger, finely chopped
  • 300 g Fine spelt flour
  • 2 tsp Baking powder
  • Pinch of salt
  • 100 ml Sunflower oil
  • 100 g Coconut sugar
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 tsp Vanilla paste
  • 1/2 tbsp Sesame seeds for topping
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Line a 22cmx11cmx9cm loaf pan with baking paper.
  2. Place silken tofu in a mixing bowl. Rinse the lime with hot water and dry with a clean kitchen towel afterwards. Finely grate the lime zest, then squeeze the juice and add both to the silken tofu. Puree the ingredients with an immersion blender. Fold in finely chopped candied ginger.
  3. Mix together the spelt flour, baking powder and salt. Whip oil, coconut sugar, eggs and vanilla paste until creamy, about 5 minutes. Fold in silken tofu mixture, then add in flour mixture in 2-3 additions. Mix until just incorporated.
  4. Spread the batter into the prepared loaf pan and smooth the top. Sprinkle the sesame over and bake for 50-60 minutes. Remove and cool in the pan for 10 minutes. Turn out onto a wire rack and cool completely.

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47 comments:

Nammi 26/7/18 08:36

wow. I love citrus flavored cakes.

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Evelyne CulturEatz 26/7/18 13:26

I adore citrus cakes too and this is great for protein levels, and yummy ginger!

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No Spoon Necessary 26/7/18 13:30

I've never had a loaf cake (or any baked good for that matter) with tofu in it! This is just brilliant, Angie! I'm loving the citrus flavor too! Perfect for breakfast, snack time or even dessert! Cheers!

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Jeff 26/7/18 14:10

Like always, so inventive! I've never had silken tofu in a bread before. Nor lime!

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Kitchen Riffs 26/7/18 15:17

What a neat recipe! This is a bit different, but looks SO GOOD! Creative and tasty -- my kind of dish. Healthy, too. Winner! :-)

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2pots2cook 26/7/18 17:53

This is just what I prefer to take to work .... Thnak you Angie !

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natalia20041989 26/7/18 18:13

Yum, it has to be good, love lime☺

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Liz Berg 26/7/18 18:53

Oooh, the sound of a lime cake with candied ginger is making my mouth water! What a magnificent combo. And the tofu adds some much needed protein to my diet. Win-Win!!!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 26/7/18 20:40

I love citrus in baked goodies, Angie! This one sounds savory too, an added bonus! I'd much prefer seeds to heavy frostin :)

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Tricia Buice 26/7/18 21:57

The texture looks amazing Angie - and I love that flavor combination. Candied ginger does amazing things to baked goods - and so do you!

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Gloria Baker 26/7/18 22:15

This Lime loaf cake look wonderful ANgie, I love citrus in cakes always ! xo

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Pam 26/7/18 22:33

It looks and sounds delicious. Love the sesame seeds on top.

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Nancy Chan 27/7/18 04:46

You are so creative that you thought of adding tofu! Sounds great especially with lime in it! Hot coffee is ready, all I need is a piece of your cake!

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Julie 27/7/18 06:01

loved the sesame seeds topping..healthy and soft loaf with silken tofu..yummy!!

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Amrita Roy 27/7/18 06:49

Love the inclusion of candied ginger in the loaf

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Anca 27/7/18 11:08

I've never used silken tofu in a cake before. That is so intriguing. I have to try this recipe.

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Evi 27/7/18 11:15

Such a creative recipe, Angie! Love all the ingredients you are using here :)

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 27/7/18 19:47

I'm such a sucker for anything with ginger!! And I love that there's lime in here too. Sounds delicious!

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Neha 27/7/18 22:57

My my! Loving the texture of this bake! <3

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Vicki Bensinger 28/7/18 05:35

I've never made a cake with tofu, that sounds interesting. The cake is so pretty and I'm sure tastes delicious.

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Vicki Bensinger 28/7/18 05:36

I've never made a cake with tofu, that sounds interesting. The cake is so pretty and I'm sure tastes delicious.

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Izaa 29/7/18 09:40

looks very beautiful, and beautiful pictures

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Balvinder Ubi 29/7/18 17:24

This lime loaf sounds like a keeper recipe. Looks really good.

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Juliana 29/7/18 23:25

Angie, so interesting this cake using tofu...I heard of baking with tofu, but never tried...looks delicious with the lime and candied ginger.
Thanks for the recipe...hope you are enjoying your week!

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Susana 29/7/18 23:30

I'm really curious on how this would taste like. Lime and tofu cake? That's so unexpected! It looks so nice, with wonderful ingredients. Thanks for sharing!

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Roz Corieri Paige 30/7/18 05:54

Lime and coconut sound so refreshing in this pretty loaf Angie! Once again so delightfully creative with flavors!

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Pam 30/7/18 15:22

Oh, I'd love a slice of this now with my coffee! Lime and ginger got my attention. Thanks for sharing, Angie! Back to blogging now, couldn't stay away.

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Eva Taylor 30/7/18 15:32

Lime is one of my favourite flavours and this cake looks wonderful. We also love candied ginger so this would be a welcome treat.
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com

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Adina 30/7/18 16:21

wow!I have never seen bread made with silken tofu, it looks perfect!

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fimère .b 30/7/18 21:23

au agrume ça ne peut être que bon j'adore
bonne soirée

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mjskit 30/7/18 23:48

I don't think you got creative enough with this cake, Angie. :) WOW1 What a great cake. Tofu? Gotta make this!

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Reeni Pisano 31/7/18 01:24

I've never seen tofu used in baked goods! So original Angie! It has a perfect texture and looks delicious! I LOVE candied ginger.

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Velva 31/7/18 02:31

Angie, once again, out of the box creative. It would have never occurred to me to use tofu. Love it.
Velva

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Sharon D 31/7/18 06:19

Omigosh ..this must smell so heavenly, Angie. It's beautiful!

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Hester @ Alchemy in the Kitchen 31/7/18 12:57

I haven't tried tofu in baking, Angie, but this looks like a great place to start. Lime and ginger, yum!

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Pola & Cleme 31/7/18 14:45

Angie. Look delicious this cake!
xoxo.
Pola
Recomiendo by Pola & Cleme

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GiGi Eats 31/7/18 16:32

Sweet Lime and Ginger sounds like an awesome combo in bread to me! I cannot remember the last time I even ate bread!! And now you really make me want to make some!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 1/8/18 15:15

Beautiful cake, Angie! It looks so delicate and I bet so flavorful! :)

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grace 1/8/18 23:33

candied ginger is just about my favorite thing in the world right now!! love this loaf, angie--i need to explore silken tofu more!

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noobcook 2/8/18 05:40

wow tofu inside. your bakes always look so lovely.

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tigerfish 6/8/18 23:33

You really opened my eyes on ingredients that can be added into breads, cakes, pastries etc. :)

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Judee Algazi 7/8/18 14:57

I've never baked with tofu but it sounds wonderful. The candied ginger does it for me.

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Dawn Yucuis 8/8/18 04:13

This lime loaf cake looks so moist and delicious.

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Chitz 9/8/18 13:28

That's an interesting bread with tofu in it.. Creative :)

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Simone | Real food blog 11/8/18 07:39

Interesting that you added the silken tofu to the cake. Can't wait to try this one!

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Geraldine Saucier 17/8/18 04:25

I love this recipe. Nice summery flavors.

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