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Eggless Bansi Rava Cake /Diet Friendly Recipe - 25 / #100dietrecipes


                                                       Merry Christmas to all my friends :)

Looking for a healthy and guilt free cake to enjoy this Christmas festival. Well, then this is the one ! This cake is easy to bake, healthy, eggless and butterless too. In my diet friendly series, here comes my diet friendly cake to celebrate Christmas and New year without guilt. This is prepared using wheat flour, bansi rava and demerara sugar and baked for about 35 minutes in a preheated oven at 180 degree C. Controlling sweets and cakes craving is the worst part in dieting but when it is prepared using healthy ingredients, why need to worry ? Just munch couple of pieces of this cake and enjoy dieting to get a perfect shape.


Ingredients :

1 1/2 Cups Bansi Rava
1 Cup Wheat Flour 
1 Cup Demerara sugar 
1 1/2 Tsp Baking powder 
A pinch of Salt 
1 Cup Milk 
1 Cup Curd 
1/2 Cup Olive oil

Method :

Mix bansi rava and wheat flour along with a baking powder and salt .Keep aside.

Take milk  in a bowl and add curd followed by oil and sugar.

Mix well and add it to the dry ingredients.

Fold the mixture nicely and transfer it to a greased tin.

Bake it for 35 minutes at 180 degree C in a pre - heated oven or till the wooden skewers or tooth pick or knife comes out clean.

Once done, remove from the oven and cool it completely.

Cut in to desired shape and store it in an air tight container.

Serve it along with a cup of green tea.




Comments

  1. What a texture .Great for people who want to avoid plain flour.

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  2. Just love the texture of the cake... wondering how this rava is different from our normal rava...

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