Thursday, February 26, 2009

Eggless Banana, Chocolate Chips N Cinnamon Cake

I have already tried Banana N Chocolat Cake for S&SB challenge, here is my eggless version of chocolate and banana cake with a teaspoon full of cinnamon powder to give them more flavour, initially i want to try this cake as vegan version,but i have added a cup of milk to grind along with my bananas which makes the banana puree more creamy, also i used apple cider vinegar for this cake instead of white distilled vinegar which i bought recently while doing my weekend shopping, one more delicious cake from my kitchen.. again its needless to say its really worthy to try this delicious cake, which vanished within few hours once i arranged in air tightened box, my kids loved them like anything..am happy to try this cake with cinnamom, which makes the cake more delicious and flavoursome!!!.. As i used vinegar in this cake, this yummy cake goes to Egg Substitute-Vinegar by Madhu of Eggless Cooking...


2cups All purpose flour
1cup Sugar
2nos Bananas
1cup Milk
1/2cup Canola oil
2tsp Butter (room temperature)
1tsp Cinnamon powder
1tsp Baking powder
1tsp Baking Soda
1tbsp Apple cider vinegar
1/4cup Chocolate chips

Mix baking powder, baking soda, cinnamom powder and all purpose flour together n keep aside...whisk now sugar, canola oil, butter all together until they turns soft n fluffy...meanwhile make a puree with banana n milk in a blender...add the banana puree to the sugar-oil mixture and beat well...now add the vinegar followed by dry ingredients..mix everything well and add finally the chocolate chips into the cake batter, keep aside few chocolate chips to springle over the cake batter..Preheat the oven at 350F..


Grease a cake pan, pour the batter and springle the chocolate chips over the cake batter, bake in middle rack for 30 minutes..let them cool n slice them as u desire...

Yummy cake!!!

On the way to Eating With the Seasons by Maninas...

27 comments:

  1. Vinegar as egg substitute? that's news to me.Wish I could grab the slice:)

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  2. YUM!! Cinnamon sounds even better! :)

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  3. Looks beautiful, wish I could have that slice :-)

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  4. Very good one Priya. Just now I checked the ere mail after reading your comment. I too recently baked a blueberry muffin with apple cider vinegar and did not taste the vinegar at all. It's really better than using plain white vinegar. The cake looks very good.

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  5. It came out perfect the cake. Would love 2 taste a slice.

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  6. Wow.. kalakunga.. looks soft & yummy.. nice click..

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  7. This does look super delicious.

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  8. Cake looks very moist and yummy and beautiful.

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  9. The cake has come out just perfect and it tempts so much :)

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  10. The cake looks delish priya....
    love the cinnamon flavour, using vinegar as an substitute for egg sounds interesting.

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  11. Ohh, that looks delicious Priya! Never tried with vinegar as substitute.

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  12. Wow super duper cake. looks moist and yum. I need an urgent bite.....

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  13. choom mantram that cake should be in my hand.... he he he simply superb priya looks so yum and so flufy

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  14. superb! it looks so perfect!! everything is really so perfect about it!! a 10/10 for that!! God bless! TC

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  15. Wow..seeing many cakes nowadays..That slice looks so moist and yummy..Without egg is even better..Want to have that slice right now..

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  16. Let me know whether Vinegar as egg substitute. So shining and perfect cake. Send it to me by parcel

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  17. Hi priya........that dessert that you have as your blog poster keeps bringing me here everytime......and i get distracted by ano ther item........im in the process of mastering eggless cakes...........ill let you know if i try one of yours...........

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  18. hi priya.
    this cake recipe pic looks so yummy and I would like to try it out.
    i do not have vinegar with me but am dying to make this recipe today.can i leave out the vinegar for this recipe? or is there a substitute for vinegar?thanks in advance

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  19. Karunya, u can leave that vinegar part..u can substitute the vinegar with soft tofu if u get it where u live...Thanks Karunya..

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  20. Beautiful cake! I'll try with apple cider vinegar.
    I baked my cake using condensed milk.

    Check this out: http://www.shvetasrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  21. Tried this cake w normal vinegar couple of days back..Came great ! Loved the cinnamon and choc chips. Just that it required more baking time than my usual cakes..

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