Egg less Wholewheat Banana Oats Cake Recipe – Without Oven

Who doesn’t love cakes ? The mention of the word “cake” makes me drool. Out of so many variations of cake available, I am a lover of Banana Cake. The flavor of this moist cake is simply awesome. The recipe is inspired by the very popular Banana Bread but I tried to make a healthier version of this cake. The cake is made with whole wheat flour and oats.. Yes, you heard right Oats ! Trust me, the taste of this cake is no less than awesome. This Wholewheat Oats Banana Cake makes perfectly moist and fluffy cake. Both Eggless and with egg recipe are available on the blog. Do give this a try it’s very simple to make. I made this cake in a pressure cooker but you can make it in the oven also.

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Eggless Wholewheat Banana Oats Cake Yum
, I am a lover of Banana Cake. The flavor of this moist cake is simply awesome. The recipe is inspired by the very popular Banana Bread but I tried to make a healthier version of this cake. The cake is made with whole wheat flour and oats.. This Wholewheat Oats Banana Cake makes perfectly moist and fluffy cake. Both Eggless and with egg recipe are available on the blog. Do give this a try it's very simple to make. I made this cake in a pressure cooker but you can make it in the oven also.
Course dessert
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Course dessert
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mash the ripe Bananas nicely so that no lumps are left.
  2. Add oil, sugar, vanilla essence and curd to the mashed bananas and mix well till the sugar dissolves.
  3. Add all the dry ingredients- wheat flour, oats, baking powder, baking soda and mix well.
  4. Ensure no lumps are left in the cake batter
  5. Pour the batter into the tin which is greased with oil
  6. Remove the whistle of the pressure cooker and place the prepared cake tin on a stand or rack so that the cake tin is not in direct contact with the pressure cooker base and cook on medium flame for 40 Minutes.
  7. Add a layer of salt at the bottom of the pressure cooker
  8. Check with a knife if it comes out clean the cake is done else cook for another few minutes.
  9. You can also bake it in an oven at 180 degrees for 35-40 Minutes.
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16 Comments

  1. Hi Ritu, Well that should not have been the case… I can only think of amount of baking soda to be the possible reason..

  2. Hey Rashmi, Thanks for trying the recipe. The possible reason can be less amount of oil. Less oil can make it dry and crumbly

  3. Hi..I tried this cake today ..it came out good ..just one thing it was bit crumbly…what went wrong? Please tell…tx

  4. Hi, Thank you for liking the recipe.Please share you blog link :)Yes, you share the recipe but don’t forget to give me credit :)Thanks

  5. I think this is a brilliant recipe. Can I share it on my blog? I don’t have many followers as of yet but hopefully will have more in the future!

  6. No, I used the instant oats as such without grinding. After baking you cannot make out its having oats ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Yes Neha, place any stand or rack at the pressure cooker base so that the cake tin is not in direct contact with the cooker base.

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