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Wheat Cake with Jaggery (Eggless Wheat Cake)

These days our family love home baked cake. Since I do bake quite often I try to look for some healthy options. I wanted to bake some wheat flour based cake. I was searching thro' net and saw this great looking cake at sipcy chilly. I have modified based on my taste and availability of the ingredients. 
Ingredients:

Wheat flour - 1.5 Cups
Wheat Germ - 1/2 Cup
Oats - 2 tablespoon
Jaggery - 1/2 to 1 cup (grated and loosely filled. I am not sweet person so reduced it to 1/2 cup but original recipe calls for 1 cup. I have melted jaggery and filtered it to remove the impurities. Also Added the Jaggery syrup when it is warm to the cake batter)
Milk - 1.5 cup (plus a tablespoon if you feel the batter too thick before transferring to the pan)
Oil - 1 cup ( sunflower or rice bran oil)
baking Soda - 3/4 teaspoon
Baking powder - 3/4 teaspoon
Vanilla essence - 1 teaspoon
Salt - Pinch
All purpose flour - 1/2 teaspoon (for dusting the baking pan)

Method:

Pre Heat the oven at 180 degree
Grease the baking pan and dust it with flour
Sieve flour, salt, Baking soda and  Baking powder twice or thrice to combine or whisk in a bowl. Add wheat germ, Oats and mix well.
Add milk, Vanilla essence, Jaggery and oil. Combine dry ingredients and Combine gently with spatula or spoon. Pour the batter in the creased baking tin
Bake in a preheated oven for 25-35 minutes with temperature set to 180 deg C or until done (When toothpick inserted it comes out clean. Mine took 35 mins).







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22 comments:

  1. VEry lovely and healthy wheat cake, I love the texture of the cake...

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  2. healthy cake,wish to have a slice now.

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  3. Healthy version. Different taste.

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  4. love the beautifully baked cake!!

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  5. OMG! a tempting cake, yummy and delicious.

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  6. perfectly baked cake, looks super moist and delicious...thanks for this healthy bake!

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  7. That looks so yummy and healthy with whole wheat flour and jaggery..

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  8. Wish i could grab a piece of it now
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  11. i have not oven so i try to cook in pressure cooker is there possible to make a cake?

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    1. yes you can..I never tried before.. but I have seen posts from fellow bloggers.. you can refer to it.. Just google it with baking in pressure cooker

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  12. very very very nice recipe..have been waiting for such a cake which is sinless and easy..just ONE DOUBT: can wheat germ be avoided or replaced? and if its very important i will buy it but i dont know the other uses of wheat germ..please help..

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    1. Yes you can replaced with Oats or wheat flour

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  13. is this must used baking soda in the cake?

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    1. Baking soda will make ur cake to raise and light. If you leave it out cake would be more flat and dense

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