Friday, October 25, 2013

Eggles,Butterless & Sugarless Dried Figs & Banana Walnut Cake

Dried figs are excellent source of minerals like calcium,copper,potassium,iron and many more. In fact they tastes fantabulous in shakes,in bakes or just add them in salads. Although dried figs are available throughout the year, we get them abundantly during the xmas time here.Dried figs are sweet and often eaten as a favourite snack between meals. Adding dried figs into your daily diet can help you to keep your body's everyday nutrient needs. If you have a sweet tooth instead of consuming extra fat, just munch these dried beauties,am sure they are the prefect treat for your sweet tooth since they are sweet and low in fat.

I have prepared a homemade dried figs puree with some leftover dried figs, which i used in this cake along with banana and walnuts.Since my theme of this week's blogging marathon is eggless cakes, i baked this cake few days back for this theme,we enjoyed thoroughly this healthy and very nutty super moist cake. Banana puree and dried figs puree both works wonder together and we loved this cake when its was still warm. Walnut brings the nuttiess to this cake, obviously this cake is an incredible snack time cake. If you have some leftover dried figs, do give a try to this fantastic cake since this cake is butterless,eggless and sugarless as i used honey instead of sugar.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#33.Sending this cake to my event  Healthy Diet - Fat Free Recipes guest host by Dhanish.Sending to Srivalli's Cake Mela.




Dried figs puree: Cook a cup of dried figs with enough in a vessel until they turns soft.

Keep aside for an hour and grind it as fine paste, dried figs puree is ready.

For cake:
2cups All purpose flour
1/2cup Cornflour
1+1/2tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Baking soda
1/2cup Dried figs puree
1/2cup Banana puree
1/2cup Oil
1tsp Vanilla extract
1/4cup Honey
1/2cup Walnuts (roughly chopped)
a pinch Salt

Preheat the oven to 350F.

Sieve the flour,cornflour with baking powder,baking soda and keep aside.

Take the dried figs puree,banana puree, oil, honey,vanilla extract in an another bowl,mix well until everything gets well mixed.

Now slowly add the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients, dont overmix the batter.

Gently fold in the chopped walnuts and pour the cake batter in a greased round baking pan.

Bake for 20-25 minutes or until a skewer inserted comes out clean.

Cool it completely and dust generously with confectioner's sugar.

Enjoy warm with your cup of tea.

Personally i loved this cake when they were still warm.

33 comments:

  1. oh that is so healthy and delicious!!! love it!! yum yum!!

    Sowmya

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  2. love the ingredient combination... yummy

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  3. I love the cake..figs are a hit with hubby...must make it...I guess I can never loose weight with all these yummy cakes.

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  4. Very delicious and healthy cake...

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  5. A healthy cake I should say. A must try one.

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  6. Love the combo of different ingredients, very nicely and beautifully made cake...

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  7. very healthy this seems to be.. Indeed a guiltfree version any one would love to try.. :) Natural sweeteners will definitely enhance the sweetness of this cake

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  8. what a healthy cake.. love every bit of it

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  9. wow this is such a healthy n lovely one..

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  10. wow aks ore pink layout and ore new header ;) kalakuringae... love love it.. and also the cake is super moist I am a big fig lover

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  11. Priya, I adore your perfect and beautiful scrumptious, and moist cake. Such a perfect pairing...figs, and bananas...with just a small amount of honey for sweetness!
    Bookmarking, to try real soon!

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  12. Oh ho so moist and delicious cake.Love every cake of you.

    Priya@MYKitchenodyssey

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  13. Hi priya ,
    My mail id is priyaculinary@gmail.com
    Please send the details to this ID and tell me when i need to be ready with my post.

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  14. Lovely cake, perfect for tea-time snack!

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  15. wow..love this eggless, butterless cake..nicely made...

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  16. fruit purees are perfect egg replacers! Good cake Priya!

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  17. cake ka pinreenga, love this healthy version sis...

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  18. Moist, healthy and yummy cake.. Love the combo of ingredients.

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  19. banana and figs , what a lovely combination of flavors, cakes looks delectable

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  20. can get much healthier,lovely cake and lovely clicks

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  21. All your bakes are always innovative...Hats off to ur baking skills ka...This is really a nice and healthy cake recipe..

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  22. Awesome combo there banana and figs!!! :)

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  23. Looks awesome! A healthy treat indeed!

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  24. Such a moist cake Priya, lovely recipe.

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  25. I love munching on dried figs. Will have this yummy cake soon.

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  26. y dont u strt a bakery di..truly..aim not joking..ur an awesum chef u know..thank u ful to lord.dat i found u..:)

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