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Red Fruits Cake Recipe

Today I'll be leaving here one of my favorite recipes - you'll love it. You know the drill, I'll leave it both in Portuguese and in English. Also, at least for Portuguese students, school is back next week. How do you feel about it? I'm not going due to asthma (which is awful, another 2 months at home gaining weight).

Anyways, we haven't done this cake in a LONG time, so the picture here is from last year (as you can imagine we don't bake cakes everyday xD).

Bolo de Frutos Vermelhos

Red Fruits Cake

🇵🇹 Português 🇵🇹


  1. 200g de frutos silvestres congelados;

  2. 3 colheres de sopa de açúcar;

  3. 1 pau de canela;

  4. 4 ovos;

  5. 150g de açúcar em pó;

  6. 175g de manteiga derretida;

  7. 250g de farinha;

  8. 1 colher de chá de fermento em pó;

  9. 1 colher de chá de essência de baunilha;

  10. 100g de natas.

Ingredientes para a cobertura:

  1. Açúcar em pó (a gosto);

  2. Frutos silvestres (a gosto).


  1. Levar ao lume, num tacho, os frutos congelados juntamente com as três colheres de açúcar e o pau de canela.

  2. Colocar, numa tigela, a manteiga e o açúcar e bata até ficar um creme branco.

  3. Entretanto, partir dos ovos e separar as claras das gemas.

  4. Juntar as gemas, uma a uma, ao creme.

  5. Quando estiver bem misturado, juntar a baunilha e as natas e bater mais um pouco.

  6. Bater as claras em castelo.

  7. Juntar ao creme o fermento e, alterando, a farinha e as claras.

  8. Envolver tudo muito bem, juntar o doce de frutos vermelhos sem o pau de canela e envolver sem misturar muito.

  9. Colocar a massa numa forma, untada com manteiga e polvilhada com farinha, sem buraco.

  10. Espalhar bem a massa e levar ao forno pré-aquecido a 180ºC durante 20 minutos até que fique cozido.

Para servir:

  1. Deixar o bolo arrefecer;

  2. Cobrir com açúcar em pó (opcional);

  3. Cobrir com parte dos frutos vermelhos.

🇺🇸 English 🇺🇸


  1. 200g of frozen wild berries;

  2. 3 tablespoons of sugar;

  3. 1 pau de cinnamon stick;

  4. 4 eggs;

  5. 150g of powder sugar;

  6. 175g of melted butter;

  7. 250g of flour;

  8. 1 teaspoon of baking powder;

  9. 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence;

  10. 100g of fresh cream.


  1. Powder Sugar (as you wish);

  2. Wild Berries (as you wish).


  1. Heat the frozen fruits (on the stove) together with the three table spoons of sugar and the cinnamon stick.

  2. Place the butter and the sugar in a bowel and mix it until it turns into a white cream.

  3. Meanwhile, separate the egg whites from the yolks.

  4. Add the egg yolks, one by one, to the white cream.

  5. When well mixed, add the vanilla, the fresh cream and stir a bit more.

  6. Beat the egg whites.

  7. Add the baking powder to the cream and add the flour and the egg whites (switching from one to another).

  8. Mix everything very well add the red fruits without the cinnamon stick and stir it without mixing too much.

  9. Put the dough in a pan, greased with butter and sprinkled with flour, without a hole.

  10. Spread the dough and put it in the oven preheated at 180ºC for 20 minutes, until it's ready.

When serving:

  1. Let the cake cool down;

  2. Cover with powdered sugar (optional);

  3. Cover with part of the wild berries.


Last night I added these products to my store. Check it out here. I loved doing these. Procreate makes everything fun and pretty - although it takes a lot of work but I love it. If you haven't seen my post about procreate check here.

I hope you guys liked this post. Looking forward to hear from you about this recipe on the comments (sign up for sailor to comment) or through IG @lenadosantos or @bellesliving.

See you on Thursday <3

Love, Lena.

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