Sunday, 3 August 2014

Eggless Butterless Banana Wholewheat Loaf Cake

Eggless, butterless cakes served with a cup of coffee or tea makes an excellent filling breakfast if you dont have time to make your breakfast. These eggless butterless beauties suits absolutely incredible even for evening snacks. I have been trying a couple of eggless bakes since ever i baked some excellent cakes with fruits especially the over ripen bananas.Today's cake is going to be part of this week's blogging marathon as i picked an interesting theme. My theme for this week's blogging marathon is Cakes with different egg subsitutes. For my today's cake i used fruit puree and yogurt as egg subsitutes i picked this tips from a magazine papercut eventhough i made few changes according to my tastebuds. Over ripen banana puree and yogurt works wonder as egg subsitutes in cakes especially if you are planning for an eggless cake.

Eggless Butterless Banana Wholewheat loaf cake, Loaf Cake, Healthy Banana Loaf Cake
I used whole wheat flour aka Atta flour in this cake along with all purpose flour hence the quantity of all purpose flour is deduced to half than the usual quantity. This quick bread like banana loaf cake gets ready in a jiffy if you have all the ingredients at home. Since canola oil is used instead of butter, this cake is definitely a guilt free loaf cake to enjoy at anytime of the day. Everyone at home loved this delicious super spongy fruity cake while they were still warm. Instead of throwing over ripen bananas, just make use of it in cakes. Give a second life to those most hated over ripen bananas this way.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#43. This post goes  for the CC Challenge of the month.

Loaf Cake, Eggless Banana Wholewheat cake, Butterless Loaf Cake

1cup Whole wheat flour
1cup All purpose flour
3/4cup Sugar
1cup Yogurt
2nos Overipen banana (grind as puree)
1cup Canola oil
2tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Baking soda
A pinch salt

Preheat the oven at 350F, grease a loaf pan and keep aside.

Siever the whole wheat flour, all purpose flour with baking powder, salt, baking soda twice and keep aside.

In an another bowl, whisk the banana puree, sugar, canola oil, yogurt until the sugar gets dissolves.

Now gradually add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients, stir until everything gets well mixed.

Dont overmix the batter.

Pour the butter to the already prepared greased loaf pan.

Bake for 25-30minutes until a skewer instead comes out clean.

Remove the loaf cake from the pan, let it cool in a wire rack.

Slice it and enjoy with your favourite drink.

19 comments:

Manjula Bharath said...

wow thats a super soft and yummy bread :) I wud love to munch them right away :)

Srivalli said...

What a wonderful option..I am going to enjoy your series..great looking loaf..especially when you say eggless and butterless..:)

lavina agarwal said...

Looks yummy. Bookmarking. .

Kaveri Venkatesh said...

Awesome looking loaf Priya...As I do mostly eggless bakes and am still learning I will be looking forward to your posts this week

Srividhya Manikandan said...

Eggless n butterless great

Varadas Kitchen said...

The loaf looks great. Would make a great snack.

Nisha Sundar said...

Thats great Priya! Love this recipe.

vaishali sabnani said...

Thats a lovely recipe Priya.bookmarking...must try it soon.

Sona S said...

Moist and soft cake, looks delicious. I want to try this soon..

Padma Rekha said...

Wow bookmarking this recipe Priya looks so soft and you got a wonderful texture.

Sapana Behl said...

Very interesting recipe, bookmarked!

Harini-Jaya R said...

Wonderful cake Priya. Love the texture!

prethika skm said...

i love banana cakes...yours look extremely addict

Shwetha C said...

Hai can we replace canola oil with vegetable oil?

Priya Suresh said...

Yea Shwetha, you can replace canola oil very well with vegetable oil.

Archana Potdar said...

Awesome loaf. Bookmarking it.

Pavani N said...

Perfectly made banana cake. Love how moist and delicious it looks.

Shradha Chandak said...

I tried the bread.. it was too moist.. just like cake.. did i overdo something.. help pls.. wanna bake anothe one in just some time.

Priya Suresh said...

Hello Shradha, this is not a bread, its a cake.. Nothing went wrong, hope u saw the name of this dish, its a banana cake not a banana bread.. Hope i cleared your doubt.