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Vegan OIL-FREE Eggless Jowar Banana Cake With Jaggery #noovencakes

 this eggless jowar banana cake is packed with all healthy ingredients, including sorghum flour, banana, apples, and nuts. the gluten-free cake recipe is oil free and an answer to the most commonly asked question: is baking with jowar flour easy?  

Eggless jowar chocolate banana cake with jaggery Oil free It won't be wrong to call it a gluten free fruit cake as it uses a mix of Nana and applesauce. You will love the unique flavor of this baked jowar cake with jaggery, which is Egg free Oil free Dairy free Gluten free Refined sugar free Healthy ❤️ Yummy It makes a perfect treat for my gluten-intolerant friends. Sweetened with jaggery, the cake is a must try this Xmas season.

Ingredients #milletrecipesindian #milletcake #milletsrecipe 230 ml=1 cup 1 cup- jowar atta/sorghum flour 1/2 cup- homemade apple sauce 2 bananas 2 tbsp- flaxmeal 1/2 cup-water 1 tsp- coffee powder 2 tbsp- cacao powder 1/2 cup- jaggery powder 1/4 tsp- vanilla powder organic or flavor of choice cinnamon powder, ginger powder for more flavor

To make healthy oil-free gluten free chocolate cake with jowar, you need 2 bananas. mash completely and stir in flax meal. please check the complete list of ingredients in description. add a hint of warm spices to the eggless jowar banana cake. i have included homemade ginger powder, homemade cinnamon powder. now stir in 1/2 cup of homemade apple sauce. 

I have used it as a substitute for fat/oil in the jowar jaggery cake. now let's sweeten the cake with 1/2 cup of jaggery powder. mix everything well. 

if you want, add 1 sachet of coffee powder along with 2 tbsp of cacao or cocoa powder. mix well. cacao is pure while cocoa is refined. now it's time to add the star of the show. 

1 cup of jowar atta along with 1 tsp of baking powder and 1/8 tsp of b. soda. you may coat nuts with some dry flour. 

i will post the video on my quick recipe of soaking nuts for cakes and cookies for xmas. stay tuned. preheat airfryer to 160 deg c for 5 min. add 1/2 cup of water to set the batter right. fold the batter and add nuts. mix. but do not over-mix.

it will be a thick batter. pour the batter in a greased and floured baking dish. i have based the cake in cooker and air fryer. tap the tin and bake for 45-50 min in airfryer. 

in cooker, spread a layer of sand and preheat it for 10 min on high flame. bake the jowar cake in cooker for 30-40 min on medium heat. let the cakes cool before decorating them with homemade chocolate spread, which is also vegan. you need 1/2 cup of soaked cashews along with 1/2 cup of dates, a pinch of salt and 1/4 tsp of organic vanilla powder, a drizzle of lime juice and 2 tbsp cacao powder. blend and add water to make it a thick sauce. spread on the cake once cooled. 

decorate with banana and seeds. enjoy a healthy oil-free jowar cake, which is vegan, gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free. Stay tuned for more healthy recipe ideas with Ravneet Bhalla

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