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Whole wheat Oats Cake (eggless)

 

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This nutrient rich whole wheat oats cake (eggless)  is made using whole wheat and oats, and is eggless. Apart from the other simple ingredients, and the fibre from oats, totally makes this a good choice. This turns out to be a perfect breakfast or a tea time cake.

Today I am sharing a simple yet nutritious Whole wheat Oats Cake (eggless) recipe as my very 1st blog post, that makes for a perfect breakfast or snack option.

Whole wheat oats cake is favourite of my family. I made it for my Children to have something healthy, during their exams time.

A big oats dabba was lying unused in my pantry, as my elder one was tired of eating oats with milk. So i was more than happy to use it in cake.

As a mother, i make it a point to dish out something healthy, which my kids can munch on during their study breaks.

And i was more than happy to see them reaching out for cake dabba during breaks. A glass of banana shake or chikoo shake to go with it and i was sorted.

You may like to try my other cakes :

Buckwheat/kuttu atta, Chocolate and beetroot cake,

Chocolate chips Apple cake

Banana chocolate eggless cake

Mango semolina/ sooji cake

Butter mochi cake

Eggless Ragi wholewheat chocolate cake

Golden Apple cinnamon cake

Wheat dalia plum cake

Banana chocolate mug cake

 

Whole wheat Oats Cake (eggless)

 

Ingredients needed

Dry ingredients

Whole wheat flour – 1 cup
Oats – 1/2 cup
Baking Powder – 1 tsp
Baking soda – 1 tsp

Wet Ingredients

Oil – 1/2 cup olive oil /any flavorless oil

Milk – 1 cup

Vanilla essence – 1 tsp

Brown sugar – 1 cup

 

Toppings
Almonds and cashews slivered

Others

Oil – 1 tsp for greasing cake tin
Wheat flour – 1 tsp for dusting
Round cake tin

 

Whole wheat Oats Cake (eggless)

Preparation

Pre-heat oven for 10 minutes at 180°C.

Grease the baking tin with butter or oil. Dust it  with flour all over and tap the cake tin on the kitchen counter, so that baking tin is evenly coated with flour. Keep it aside.

Method

In a bowl, add whole wheat flour and oats. Add baking soda and baking powder and mix everything together.

In separate bowl, mix oil and brown sugar.  Add vanilla and milk to the sugar + oil mixture.

Add the dry ingredients kept aside, little at a time to the wet mixture and mix well without lumps.

Transfer the batter to the baking tin. Garnish with slivered cashews and almonds.

I used a round baking tin. You can use any baking tin but make sure that you leave enough space for the cake to rise. Do not fill the batter up to the brim.

Bake the cake in a pre-heated oven for 35-40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center of the cake comes out clean.

 

Whole wheat Oats Cake (eggless)

Once the cake cools a little, place it on a wire rack, then transfer to a plate. Slice it & store in airtight container.

Enjoy it with milkshake or Tea/Coffee..

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Whole wheat Oats Cake (eggless)
 
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This nutrient rich cake is made with wholewheat and oats, and is eggless. Apart from the other simple ingredients, and the fibre from oats, totally makes this a good choice. This turns out to be a perfect brekfast or a tea time cake.
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Recipe type: Cakes, Dessert
Cuisine: International
Serves: 1 round cake
Ingredients
  • Dry ingredients :
  • Wholewheat flour - 1 cup
  • Oats - ½ cup
  • Baking Powder - 1 tsp
  • Baking soda - 1 tsp
  • Wet Ingredients
  • Oil - ½ cup olive oil /any flavorless oil
  • Milk - 1 cup
  • Vanilla essence - 1 tsp
  • Brown sugar - 1 cup

  • Toppings :
  • Almonds and cashews slivered
  • Other ingredients :
  • Oil - 1 tsp for greasing cake tin
  • Wheat flour - 1 tsp for dusting
  • Round cake tin
Instructions
  1. Preparation
  2. Pre-heat oven for 10 minutes at 180°C.
  3. Grease the baking tin with butter or oil. Dust it with flour all over and tap the cake tin on the kitchen counter, so that baking tin is evenly coated with flour. Keep it aside.
  4. Method
  5. In a bowl, add wholewheat flour and oats. Add baking soda and baking powder and mix everything together.
  6. In separate bowl, mix oil and brown sugar. Add vanilla and milk to the sugar + oil mixture.
  7. Add the dry ingredients kept aside, little at a time to the wet mixture and mix well without lumps.
  8. Transfer the batter to the baking tin. Garnish with slivered cashews and almonds.
  9. I used a round baking tin. You can use any baking tin but make sure that you leave enough space for the cake to rise. Do not fill the batter up to the brim.
  10. Bake the cake in a pre-heated oven for 35-40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center of the cake comes out clean.
  11. Once the cake cools a little, place it on a wire rack, then transfer to a plate. Slice it & store in airtight container.
  12. Enjoy it with milkshake or Tea/Coffee

 

 

 

Happy cooking

Regards ❤️

Lata

 

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This Post Has 49 Comments

  1. Kanchan Ashok Talreja

    Wow!!realy its very healthy specially in exam times…thanks for the recipe dear

    1. Lata Lala

      Thanks sweetie Kanchan. Very first comment on my post from you. Feeling blessed.

  2. Varsha

    Wow looks yummy

  3. Deepa Thukral

    tx for the recipe dear…till now baked oats cake with eggs. this is a wonderful egg-less option! nice blog…super congrats.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thanks Deepa for visiting & stopping by. It means a lot to me. Thanks for appreciation.
      Yes eggless option a must try. Super yummmm it tastes. You can see the sponge & softness from the pictures.

  4. Deepanjali

    Very good recipe..!!! M sure ur mom will be super proud of you.. Big hug

    1. Lata Lala

      Thanks Deepanjali. Yes i m sure she wd be super happy. Loves & hugs to you too.
      Thanks for visiting & stopping by my post.

  5. Shibani

    Congrats for your first blog post..cake is looking wow

  6. premila shah

    very healthy receipe.thanku very much.and by d way all d best for your blog.and always give us nice receipe.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thanks Premila so much. Yes stay tuned for more easy & fatafat receipes here. Thank you so much for visiting my blog & stopping by.

      1. Lata Lala

        Thanks Kerryn for your kind words. Stay tuned for more interesting recipes.

  7. Tanvi Naik

    Awesome recipe…wish u all d best.

  8. Ruchi Joshi

    Whoopi…Congratulations for such a wonderful website. Its Damn good..<3.. #YummyTalesOfTummy – LATA LALA.

    Appreciation for new website and the new initiative towards your all recipes.
    Keep Posting it and i'll keep liking and loving it.

    Following #YummyTalesOfTummy – LATA LALA.

  9. Shweta

    Way to go..Lata Lala.

    1. Lata Lala
    2. Thanks Shweta. See how many twists and turns life has. Started working with LIC and now blogging. Life is full of surprises na
  10. Deepa vazirani

    It Looks very yummy and healthy ….suerly going to bake it # delicious# healthy # yummy # awwww

  11. Meenakshi Ahuja

    The website is designed wonderfully.
    The cake looks very delicious n healthy.
    Finally your dream came true and we are lucky to have your receipes which are simple ,delicious and healthy.
    A very big congrats to you n All the very best.

  12. Lata Lala

    Thanks Meenakshi for ur lovly words. yes so true my dream come true. Me too very fortunate to have wonderful friends like you who always encourage & appreciate.
    THANKS once again for stopping by and to write such beautiful words of encouragement.

  13. Sunil Lala

    Congratulations!!

  14. Anju

    Lovely and useful blog Lata. The cake looks tempting and healthy too. Keep on posting more yummy recipes.
    Congratulations on this achievement

    1. Lata Lala

      Thanks Anju. Absolutely right very delicious cake.
      Thank you for stopping by my post.
      Stay tuned for more healthy receipes.

  15. Suprabha dey

    Hi! Lata! All your recipes are good and healthy.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thanks a lot Suprabha for your lovly words.

  16. Suprabha dey

    Lata can you post some nonveg preparations in your website

    1. Lata Lala

      Thanks Suprabha for dropping by my blog. Yes sure dear.

  17. Savita Ganesh

    Do we use powdered oats or normal for making ? The wet ingredients have to be mixed in a blender ? Tia

    1. Lata Lala

      Thanks for reaching out Savita.
      No the oats are to be kept as they are. Don’t need to powder it.
      The wet ingredients don’t need ti be blended in grinder. Mix it and fold it with spatula/spoon.

      1. Savita Ganesh

        Thanks for the reply…gonna try it soon

    2. Kavya

      Should we grind the oats?

      1. Lata Lala

        Hey Kavya there is no need of grinding the oats as it will get soaked in milk and oil.
        Thank you for writing in and please let me know the feedback. I will feature your feedback on my social media handles.

  18. Savita Ganesh

    Can we use white sugar instead of brown sugar ?

  19. Jhansi balla

    One cup measures how many gms??

    1. Lata Lala

      1 cup equals to around 130 grams Jhansi.

  20. Shailender Sharma

    This usually happens that children rarely like oats with milk. Mine story is also similar & there’s a dibba of oats lying unattended since long. But this is not going to happen in future because an amazing recipe is in my hands now.

    Thanks a bunch Lata Lala for sharing this wonderful, healthy and easy recipe. Would love to try soon.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thanks Shailender for writing in. It always a pleasure to see you visiting my post.
      I assure you that the cake would be finished in no time and children would not know that it is made with oats.

  21. Bhavya malik

    The baking powder is a bit much in this recipe. Shouldn’t it be 1/4 tsp for 1 cup floor ?

    1. Lata Lala

      The recipes on my blog are tried and tasted with wonderful feedback from my viewers.
      Thank you Bhavya for writing in, just don’t worry about the measurement and go ahead with the recipe.
      Waiting for your feedback and hope you make it soon.

  22. Bhavya malik

    Ma’am I have always used the thumb rule of 1/4 tsp baking powder for every cup of flour and 1 tsp baking soda for the same.

    1. Lata Lala

      Hi Bhavya. Thank you for writing in and thank you for sharing your inputs.

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