Eggless Apple Cinnamon Cake

This cake has become our new family favorite, thanks to my friend, Shalaka. The version she shared with me was not an eggless one. So I changed it to suit our family. I have baked this cake twice now owing to popularity and each time the results were consistent.

I have changed the Wheat Flour, Maida ratios with no perceivable difference. So feel free to play around with the flours.

I just had a nightmare with the pictures. I accidentally deleted all the pictures from the memory card after uploading it to my system. The system just gave up on me and I lost all the pictures which I had downloaded just then. With lot of trials I finally was able to get back all the pictures using a recovery software. Uff..I tell you it is hard work :).

Check out the cake as part of the CCChallenge edition 2, Nov week 4. 


Eggless Apple Cinnamon Cake

Ingredients - 

Wheat Flour 3/4 cup
All Purpose Flour / Maida 3/4 cup
Baking Soda 1 tsp
Cinnamon powder 1 tsp
Salt 1/8 tsp
Raisins handful 
Apples, cored, finely chopped 2 cups (2 medium sized apples)
Sugar 3/4 cup (more if preferred)
Oil 1/2 cup
Yogurt 1 cup


Eggless Apple Cinnamon Cake

Method Of Preparation -

Preheat the oven to 375 °F. Prepare a muffin pan with liners in them or a 13 X 7 rectangular (brownie) tray. (I used a mufin pan, 1 loaf pan and a mini loaf pan)

Mix the flours, baking soda, cinnamon powder, raisins, and salt and chopped apples.

In a separate bowl, mix sugar, oil, and yogurt until sugar is dissolved.

Pour the yogurt mixture into the flour mixture and stir until combined.

Divide the batter into the muffin pan, loaf pan and the mini loaf pan.

Remove the muffin pan in about 20 min and the loaf pan in 30 min. But do the check by inserting a tester before taking it out of the oven.


Eggless Apple Cinnamon Cake

Let it cool and let the kids enjoy!



Also sending this cake to Srivalli's Cake Mela.
 
Preparation Time 15 min + Baking Time 30 min 
Makes 12 muffins, 1 loaf and 1 mini loaf or a 13 X 7 cake

18 comments

  1. Sapana Behl Says:
  2. I love the combo of apple and cinnamon in baked goodies . Pictures are stunning and glad you managed to get them back !!

     
  3. Looks yummy .....recipe is also looking simple .....will try it soon.

     
  4. Looks yummy .....recipe is also looking simple ....will try it soon .

     
  5. nayana Says:
  6. just love cinnamon flavor in sweets, yummy....

     
  7. Monu Teena Says:
  8. very nice.. you have many of good recipes.. do try to visit my place when time permits love to have your feedback dear Recipes Passion ..i have followed u glad if u follow me back.. Have a good day.. Happy Blogging.. hope you have a great weekend..

     
  9. Looks yumm... even I recent made this cake. Great Combo

     
  10. apple and cinnamon is always a winning combo

     
  11. Suja Says:
  12. Sailing the same boat, but yet to recover loads of my pictures...Simple & yummy cake recipe!

     
  13. Srivalli Says:
  14. Looks amazing Harini..planning to make this..thanks..and do send this for the Cakes Mela..

     
  15. Rafeeda AR Says:
  16. these look amazing... the combination of apples and cinnamon is always a killer...

     
  17. Suma Gandlur Says:
  18. The cake looks wonderful and surely flavorful. Glad that you could recover the pictures.
    BTW, many many happy returns of the day. Hope you had a wonderful day today. :)

     
  19. Cake looks yum!! the best combo ever apple n cinnamon!!! :)

     
  20. This looks amazing! I have few apples left from our apple picking..Will try this!

     
  21. Padmajha PJ Says:
  22. Thanks God you got the pic's back.It would have been a nightmare trying to get them back!!!
    And the cake looks so good!

     
  23. That is a lovely combo and the flavour must have been awesome

     
  24. Pavani N Says:
  25. Thank god that you were able to recover all your photos.
    Cake with apple looks delicious.

     
  26. Hi.. I tried this recipe and the I grated the apples instead of chopping them. The cake just did not rise. :( Any idea where I went wrong?

     
  27. @Chaitra

    I am sorry that the cake didn't rise. I think the cake batter probably was over mixed or the baking soda used might be faulty. I have had another friend of mine with the same problem and after I showed her she said that she had over mixed and so...try again and try not mixing the batter too much and I am sure they will turn out fine.

     
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