Eggless Banana Cake | 200th Post

Eggless Banana Cake | 200th Post

How you guys doing? I know I had kinda unexpected break due to various reason which we should not focus on.  I'm so glad to say this is my 200th blog post and it took me almost 3 years ...infact just 1 one more month and it will be 3 years of blogging.  And as the norm goes everything celebrated with sweet/dessert so how can I miss this occasion?  I had some plan for 200th post but then I settle myself with simple banana cake. 

The cake is so good you have to try this.  In a week's time I already made this cake 4 times, yes it's that good, easy and super hit with everyone at my place.   This makes a perfect tea time cake, very soft, dense and delicious.  


Plain Flour - 1 Cup
Granular Sugar - 3/4 cup [1 cup if using caster sugar]
Ripe Banana - 1 Cup mashed [I used 2 long bananas]
Cooking Oil - 1/2 Cup
Fresh Curd/Yogurt - 1/4 Cup [ OR 1 egg]
Fresh Milk - 1/2 Cup
Walnut - 1/4 cup chopped
Baking Soda - 1/4 tsp
Baking Powder - 1 tsp
Salt - a pinch


1. Peel and mash bananas with a pinch of salt, chop walnut and keep aside.

2. In a bowl beat sugar with yoghurt until fluffy.  Add mashed banana and mix well until thick.

3. Add milk and beat well, fold flour in small quantities with baking soda & powder and combine everything well.

4. Add oil and mix well until oil blends with mixture.  Lastly add walnut and mix it.

5. Pour the mixture in a greased tin and bake at 200C for 20-25 minutes or until a toothpick comes clean, mine was done in 20 minutes.

Cool on a wire rack and cut in desire shape.  Every time this cake comes so well, I have used bread tin, round cake tin, square cake tin to bake this cake.  

Well the uneven shape is cause I cut the cake before it cool completely, so you let the cook gets cool and enjoy the delicious yet easy banana cake. 

Have a good day ~~~