Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Eggless Whole Wheat Chocolate Cake

Hello Everyone!

A dear friend is visiting me today, so I thought of baking a cake for her and ended up making this wonderful eggless wholewheat chocolate cake.

I have seriously adopted the healthy & tasty theme and am very happy to acknowledge that you really don't have to compromise on the taste with whole wheat cakes.In fact in this one it's really hard to tell that it's whole wheat based.You just cannot find out from the taste.

I loved this cake because :-

1.It uses 100% whole wheat flour.
2.The baking ingredients used are simple and mostly available in the kitchen.Water, lime juice and baking soda does the trick in baking it.You don't need to worry if there are eggs or curd or milk or condensed milk (the usual baking ingredients) in store or not.
3.All in all, a very simple , healthy and tasty cake.

I loved it to say the least.It's the best chocolate cake recipe I have ever come across which is a perfect blend of simple and healthy ingredients.

Recipe link -

Here's my Take!

Note:- I baked it at 180 deg Celsius and my cake was ready in 20 mins.
Happy Takes! & Happy Bites! 

Friday, 5 June 2015

Eggless Whole Wheat Banana Cake

Hello everyone!

Today, my instincts got me to try this super awesome, healthy and utterly delicious banana cake.

I was craving for a genuine banana cake since the last few days but was a bit undecided on trying banana bread first or the cake.Finally, I gave in to the strong urge that prompted me to go for baking banana cake first. :-)

I was actually looking for an interesting healthier version as "Healthy & Tasty" is one theme that makes me cook guilt free without compromising on the taste-most important ! :-)

I am glad I came across this super awesome recipe :-

I found it very simple, the ingredients used were all very healthy and in the right quantity and proportion. This one is indeed a very healthy cake.In fact not only healthy but very "Tasty " as well. The gooey banana layer on the cake gives it a sandwich look where the bottom most layer looks like it is stuffed with a thick layer of banana pulp but the remaining cake is porous and well baked. The banana pulp gives it a unique texture and an amazing flavour.Spice it up with cinnamon powder and chopped walnuts to go bananas with this remarkable banana cake!

My version of the recipe :-

I used 6 elaichi bananas instead of the normal ones and around half a cup of cold milk to bring the batter to pouring consistency. My cake was ready in 30 mins. No other changes were made.

I also tried toasting the cake slices and trust me , it tasted even better and all my family members loved the toasted version. :-)
Here's the pic -

I highly recommend this one.One of the best tea-time cakes  I have ever had. In fact I feel this cake will very well go with the icing and decorations as well as it has a very stable base.

Happy Takes! & Happy Bites!