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Whole wheat Chocolate Vanilla Cake Recipe

I can see the surprise on your face after you read the title of this post! But yeah, it’s really a Cake recipe! Lol
After I posted pics of the cake I baked, some of you wished to know the recipe. So here it is….

Whole wheat eggless cake recipe

Dry Ingredients:
Whole wheat Flour – 2 cups
Baking Powder- 1/2 tablespoons
Baking soda- 1 & 1/2 tablespoon

Other ingredients:
Yoghurt – 1 cup
Jaggery powder – 5 big spoons
Vanilla Essence – few drops
Butter – 3/4 cup
Dark chocolate Shreded – 1/2 cup

Water (to be added as required)

1.Mix all the Dry Ingredients together in a bowl and keep aside.
2.Mix the other ingredients in a separate bowl.
Then add the mixture 2 in mixture 1 till the batter is not too solid or not too liquid. It should be good enough to be able to pour. Add water if needed.
Apply butter to a baking mould and dust it with some wheat flour.
Pour the batter and sprinkle some dark chocolate over it.
Bake it at 180 degree Celsius for 1hr 10 mins.
Check with a knife, if it comes clean. Your cake is all ready to be served.

Personally, I used small baking moulds and the cake got ready in half an hour. If you have a bigger mould it will need a hour.
Also, I’ve added very little Jaggery powder because I prefer it less sweet. If you like you can add half cup or more Jaggery.
Bring the yoghurt to room temperature before using, one thing I forgot to do myself.
If you have a blender, blend the yoghurt and butter for good results.
Refrigerate the chocolate before shredding.
Be safe around the oven, preheat it before using.
Use oven gloves and be calm.
Let your cake cool a while before you de-mould it. Cut it and serve.
Enjoy your lovely healthy cake! 😄


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