Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Eggless Chocolate Chips Cake

Eggless Chocolate Chips Cake
Hi Friends,
I know friends that these days i am away from my baby blog. It turned 2 years old on 8th June but few most important thing kept me lot of busy and my mind was so occupied with different things that i forgot to celebrate this occasion. But now i am here with a cake which i made for two reasons, one was to celebrate Rakhi and second was birthday of my brother's son Rishi and now third reason become birthday of my own baby blog. So i am here with a chocolate chips cake to celebrate three occasions at one place. 
Most of the time i bake chocolate cake as i feel that i cant go wrong with chocolate cakes. But vanilla or any other cake makes me bit nervous as in my cakes i use wheat or multi grain flour. So this time i used APF/Maida to bake this cake as i cant take chances because of lack of time. It came out so well and with the combination of chocolate sauce it was so delicious and everyone relished it. I hope you will also try and relish it with your loved ones.


Flour-1.5 cups
Baking soda - 1/2 tsp
Baking powder- 1 tsp
Oil- 1/2 cup
Curd-3/4 cup
Sugar- 3/4 cup
Chocolate Chips- 3/4 cups
Milk-as needed

Take all your ingredients
Dry ingredients 
Flour+baking soda+baking powder


and chocolate chips

sift dry ingredients

mix wet ingredients

Add dry ingredients+wet ingredients

 Mix well and make batter
you can add some milk to adjust the consistency 

Now its time to add choco chips

add them

mix them well

pour batter in a pan

 Baked for 25 min 

 I decorated it with chocolate sauce 

Decorate it as per your wish


  1. You can add, skip or increase, decrease quantity of choco chips according to your taste.
  2. You can enjoy this cake without decorating also, just serve it as tea cake and it will never disappoint you.

Hope you will like it

Saturday, 19 July 2014

Eggless Self Caramelized Triple Layer Mango Cake/ Eggless Triple Layer Mango Cake/ Eggless Wheat Flour Triple Layer Mango Cake

Eggless Self Caramelized Triple Layer Mango Cake/
Eggless Triple Layer Mango Cake/
Eggless Wheat Flour Triple Layer Mango Cake
Hi Friends,
This is my first mango recipe in this summer season. If you are a mango lover then you will love this cake. My family enjoyed this cake warm as it was raining outside. But i kept few pieces aside to check the texture when it will completely cool. It was just great both ways. You can enjoy it warm with your favorite ice cream or some chocolate syrup or have it like cake or snack cake after it is completely cool. Both ways you can relish a great taste. 
It has so much mango flavor in it. In the bottom layer (Which will be top layer later) it will give you a crusty caramelized mango, on the top and middle is ooye gooye warm mango layer which will give u a warm pudding flavor. So it has so much mango flavor in it. It is also healthy at some point as i have used wheat flour instead of maida/apf. So all mango lovers give it a try and enjoy this delicacy. Try it guys you will love it. 


Wheat Flour- 1.5 cups
Mango- 2 big
Baking Powder- 1/2 tsp
Baking Soda-1/2 tsp
Sugar- 3/4 cup + 1 or 2 tbsp for sprinkling 
Oil- 1/2 cup
Milk- 1 cup+more to adjust the consistency

Take all your ingredients
flour + baking soda +baking powder


and a pan dusted from sides not at the bottom

Make mango slices this way
take mangoes and peel them

cut them in thin layers like this

Mango slices are ready

Sieve flour and baking powder and baking soda

now cream sugar and oil

add milk

mix well

  add flour

incorporate well
add milk to adjust the consistency

Sprinkle sugar in your prepared pan

place your mangoes on it

 add half of the batter to cover the mangoes

now place one more layer of mangoes

cover it with rest of the batter

now place final layer of mangoes

sprinkle 1 tsp sugar on it

 Baked for 30 minutes

invert it

can you see the self caramelized mangoes

it was yummmmmm

we enjoyed it warm

see the middle layer

have a slice


  1. You can use APF/Maida to make this cake to make it more airy and light. But i always prefer wheat or multi grain flour. 
  2. Adjust the sugar as per your liking. If your mangoes are ripe enough and you like mildly sweet cakes then this amount is fine or you can increase sugar to one cup for a sweeter cake.
  3. You can skip top and middle layer if you are not a mango lover. Simply make a mango upside down cake by layering in the bottom. 
Hope you will like it