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Winemakers’ Grape Cake – Martha Stewart Recipe

Hi Friends, What plans do you have for Mother’s day? Scratching your heads? No worries, I would say simply bake this Winemakers’ Grape Cake.This cake is awesome that you can see in your Mom’s face when she eat this.

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Winemakers’ Grape Cake

Though the name is ‘ Winemaker’, this cake doesn’t have wine in it.I had some purple grapes lying in the fridge.My family members are down with flu,so no one wanted to eat it as such.That’s the time I eyed on this recipe. When I read,Martha Stewart’s recipe,I thought I must try it.

Simple ingredients and easy to follow steps resulted in amazing, crumbly cake with juicy grapes in between. When I started I’m not sure about how it would taste. But once I made it, it smelled awesome and I couldn’t keep my hands off from the cake. My kids and husband too loved it. You will be taken away by the juicy grapes coming between every bite of the cake.

How did I make this Grape Cake

As I said, I followed Martha Stewart’s recipe. I followed everything except few changes. I didn’t add lemon zest and added sprinkles as per my kids request.After all what reason I have not to add sprinkles. It just adds color to the cake and to your life..lol. The recipe calls to add some grapes in half way of baking but I didn’t do that.I baked the cake straight 30 minutes and it was done perfect.

I used this cake pan. I loved it totally. Each time I bake,I have no complaints of cake sticking at the bottom.It comes out clean and bakes perfect and even. Cleaning is a breeze too.

Cake straight from the oven..Isn’t it beautiful?

I loved this cake so much that I couldn’t stop taking pictures. I loaded my PC with the pictures of this cake and it was hard to choose which one to put it here. This Grape cake is best when served along with a glass of milk. It is perfect for your kids snack box too.

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Eggless Whole Wheat Ragi Chocolate Cake

 

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INGREDIENTS

All Purpose Flour – 1 1/2 cups

Sugar – 1 cup

Unsalted Butter – 4 Tbsn melted

Eggs – 2 ( room temperature)

Vegetable Oil – 1/4 Cup

Whole Milk – 1/3 Cup

Baking Powder  – 3/4 Tsp

Vanilla Essence – 1/2 Tsp

Orange Zest – 1 Tsp

Sprinkles – As required (Optional)

Salt – A pinch

Purple Grapes – 1 1/2 Cups

METHOD

  • Pre heat Oven to 350 Deg F. Grease and flour the cake pan. Keep it aside.
  • In a bowl,sift flour,salt and baking powder.Keep aside.
  • In a bowl beat eggs and sugar in a beater till thick and light colored.
  • Add Oil,milk,melted butter and vanilla essence. Mix till blended.
  • Add orange zest and mix.
  • Add the flour mixture to the wet mixture slowly . Mix till all flour is incorporated.
  • Roll grapes in spoon of flour. Add the grapes and sprinkles in the batter and mix gently.
  • Pour the batter in the prepared cake pan and bake in pre heated oven for 30 minutes or till the inserted tooth pick comes out clean.
  • Once the cake is completely cooled down remove from the cake pan. Cut into slices and serve along with a glass of milk or as desired.

NOTES

  1. In the original recipe they added olive oil, but I used vegetable oil.
  2. In the original recipe, they baked the cake and added more grapes on top in halfway. But I didn’t do that.
  3. Baking time varies depending on the oven.

Recipe adapted from – Here

Winemkars' Grape Cake - Martha Stewart Recipe
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
45 mins
 

Simple ingredients and easy to follow steps resulted in amazing, crumbly cake with juicy grapes in between.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: International
Servings: 1 10 inch Cake
Author: Lathiya Shanmugasundaram
Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 Cups All Purpose Flour
  • 1 Cup Sugar
  • 4 Tbsn Butter Melted
  • 2 Nos Eggs Room temperature
  • 1/4 Cup Vegetable Oil
  • 1/3 Cup Whole Milk
  • 3/4 Tsp Baking powder
  • 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Essence
  • 1 Tsp Orange Zest
  • Sprinkles optional
  • Salt a pinch
  • 1 1/2 Cups Purple Grapes
Instructions
  1. Pre heat Oven to 350 Deg F. Grease and flour the cake pan. Keep it aside.

  2. In a bowl,sift flour,salt and baking powder.Keep aside.

  3. In a bowl beat eggs and sugar in a beater till thick and light colored.

  4. Add Oil,milk,melted butter and vanilla essence. Mix till blended.

  5. Add orange zest and mix.

  6. Add the flour mixture to the wet mixture slowly . Mix till all flour is incorporated.

  7. Roll grapes in spoon of flour. Add the grapes and sprinkles in the batter and mix gently.

  8. Pour the batter in the prepared cake pan and bake in pre heated oven for 30 minutes or till the inserted tooth pick comes out clean.

  9. Once the cake is completely cooled down remove from the cake pan. Cut into slices and serve along with a glass of milk or as desired.

Recipe Notes
  1. In the original recipe they added olive oil, but I used vegetable oil.
  2. In the original recipe, they baked the cake and added more grapes on top in halfway. But I didn't do that.
  3. Baking time varies depending on the oven.

 

 

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Do you see how crumbly it is?

Other Grape recipes from fellow bloggers are

Grapes Rasam

Fresh Grape Mocktail

Kiwi Green Grape Juice

Red Grape And Rosemary Focaccia

Grape Shots

Sending this recipe to Fiesta Friday this week co hosted by Abbey and Antonio.

Sending this recipe to CookBlogShare.

83 Comments

  1. This looks like a nice rustic cake. Yum! Nice job!

  2. What a brilliant idea to add grapes to a cake! It looks so delicious too.

  3. Looks awesome!!! Fantastic recipw. Want to try it soon.

  4. Looks delicious 🙂

  5. Oooh – I don’t think I’ve ever put grapes in a cake – sounds lovely!! My kids would very much approve of the sprinkles :-D. Thanks for linking up to #CookBlogShare. Eb x

    1. Haha..ya sprinkles definitely add color to the cake and juicy grapes in between are actually amazing..do give a try… Thank you 😊

  6. Wow, this looks delicious. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  7. The cake looks perfect lathiya , the grapes in between is just awsome, lovely share.

  8. Hey Lathiya!! 🙂 I am one of the co-hosts this week for Fiesta Friday, so I am heading around to everyone’s blogs to check out their exciting Fridays! I’ve never heard of grape cake before and, if I’m being honest, I was a little skeptical. BUT after looking at the photos and reading about it, I am less skeptical!

    Thanks for sharing and being apart of Angie’s Fiesta Friday 🙂

    1. Thank you 😊 even I was skeptical when trying..but after having the cake I was happy that I tried…do give it a try.. Happy Fiesta Friday

  9. curryandvanilla

    Gorgeous cake!! Never thought adding grapes to a cake would work but your cake has cleared all my doubts…fabulous looking and super tempting!

    1. Even I was doubtful before trying…but happy with the results.. Thank you 😊

  10. Lovely crumb and perfectly bakes cake… Have never used grapes in my bakes.. This really motivates me..

  11. I have never heard or used grapes in cakes. Quite a unique and unusual idea.

  12. Beautiful soft fluffy cake with grapes.. Lovely share..

  13. A beautiful cake Lathiya. I’ve not baked with grapes and never thought that it could be added to the batter. Have used as a decor on baked cakes. Wonderful recipe. Bookmarked it.

  14. That is such a moist and delicious cake with grapes. Never thought grapes could be used as such in baking — sounds absolutely delicious.

  15. Interesting cake, Looks so moist, Lathiya ! Gotta try this cake soon 🙂

  16. This sounds interesting. Loved the addition of grape in cake. Book marking this ! Thanks for sharing !

  17. Love the step by step pics you have added. Thanks

  18. Drashti Dholakia

    What a lovely way to incorporate grapes into a cake. Cake has turned out perfect 🙂

  19. Great idea to add grapes in cake. This looks simple and delicious.

  20. Firstly I love Martha Stewart’s recipes. They can be easily tweaked according to taste, uses basic ingredients most of the time. Your inclusion of the grapes is excellent and I can see from the cut piece of cake that it must have tasted delicious with every bite. The cake does look super moist with a flat top. You must have been super happy with the result as well as your family members who were lucky enough to taste a slice of that!

    1. That’s what tempted me to try this recipe..the basic ingredients. Nothing fancy yet delicious outcome. I would highly recommend you to try this. Thank you dear 😊

      1. Positively. Shall work out the ingredients for the eggless version and try soon.

        1. Hope you can add yogurt in the place of egg..waiting to see your egg less version

          1. I was thinking of yoghurt or mashed banana. Let me see what works, will keep you posted for sure.

  21. Beautiful baked Lathiya! Perfect for a coffee morning or evening tea 🙂

    1. True.. even my daughter loved to take in snack box😊.. Thank you 😊

  22. Sounds absolutely delicious lathiya !!! Love the outcome 🙂

  23. Have tried cupcakes with grapes, and this cake looks simply fabulous with a excellent crumb. Feel like grabbing a slice and having rite now for my breakfast. Thanks for linking my grapes rasam.

    1. My pleasure dear..Will be glad to pass you the whole cake..Thank you

  24. Wow can imagine the beautiful flavour of the cake.. looks lovely Lathiya

  25. The cake looks so yumm and thats a good way to make use of those grapes.

  26. I love Martha’s recipes they are full proof. The grape cake looks absolutely delicious.

  27. code2cook

    Really this cake looking gorgeous.came out so well. Martha stewart recipe are really fun to try. Bookmarking this recipe to try. am curious to feel how does grapes taste in cake.

    1. It tastes great dear..Try for sure..you will love this..Thank you

  28. What a delicious way to use grapes!! The cake looks lovely and I am bookmarking this to make an eggless version.Nice share!!

    1. Thank you dear 😊… waiting to see your eggless version

  29. Grapes in cake, something I wouldn’t have expected. I’m sure it is delicious with all of the glorious sprinkles!

    1. Sprinkles add color to your life..haha.. Thank you 😊

  30. Lorie

    I’m so intrigued by this recipe. Looks gorgeous!

  31. Nicole

    I’ve made cakes with sultanas but never tried with grapes – thanks for the idea! and I love the addition of sprinkles!

  32. Hadia

    Love the rustic look of the cake, and sounds absolutely delicious! Would love to give it a go, thank you for sharing!

    1. You are welcome.. glad you liked it 😊 thank you 😊

  33. Heather

    Grape cake?! Oh wow! I have never heard of that before, but it sounds absolutely delicious. Growing up, my family would always add fresh grapes into cornbread. I don’t know why, haha, but it was so delicious!

    1. Haha..that’s a new one to me…then I’m sure you will love this cake too… Thank you 😊

  34. I feel like I have never seen a dessert recipe with grapes in it before! This looks so yummy 🙂

  35. Such a pretty cake! I think this would be perfect for an Easter brunch. Maybe even with a dollop of whipped cream on top!

    1. I love that idea of whipped cream… thank you 😊

  36. Melve

    I like grapes but I didn’t think of baking with it. I will bake this for our snacks tomorrow and I am excited with it, served with fresh juice for kids.

    1. That’s an awesome idea to serve this cake.. hoe you enjoy making this cake..thank you 😊

  37. April

    Grape cake sounds very interesting and different. I would never have thought to put grapes in any dessert really. I bet it tasted amazing!

  38. This looks like such a clever way to utilize grapes. Thanks for this idea!

    1. You are welcome.. Thank you 😊

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