All those who have recently developed a knack for baking, raise your hands! From passionate cake-eaters you have progressed on to become passionate cake-makers as well, and that is a feat worthy of celebration. If you ask any seasoned baker or pastry chef, a lot of them would say that baking is a therapeutic exercise for them. Measuring ingredients, mixing, setting the right temperature - there are many components to baking that you get better at with time. If you are new to baking, it is best to master simple recipes first; for instance, this eggless chocolate chip cake. It is not covered in cream frosting or ganache. It is actually a super spongy tea cake laced with chocolate chips. Moreover, it eggless, so if you happen to be a vegetarian, you would also love to sneak in a bite of this delish cake.
How To Make Eggless Chocolate Chip Cake
Chocolate chips are nowadays easily available in local stores and online; however, if you are still facing trouble finings some, you can make it at home using this simple hack.
Chocolate cakes are popular among all age groups. Therefore, if you are looking to impress other family members, there is no recipe as fool-proof as this. After all, there are only a few things that a moist and tender chocolate cake cannot fix.
Other than chocolate chips, you would need a handful of basic ingredients to make this super quick and easy cake. You'd require some cocoa powder, flour, sunflower oil, powdered sugar, milk, baking powder, baking soda, a pinch of salt and some vanilla essence.
Make sure you mix the dry ingredients together in one separate bowl first, and then mix the wet ones in another bowl, before combining them and making a thick and luscious batter. Try to be as generous as you can with the chocolate chips, and mix it well - you don't want a corner to be without some, do you?
Here is the five-step recipe of eggless chocolate chip cake.
Make it at home and let us know your thoughts on the same. Let it cool for some time after it is baked. A drizzle of chocolate sauce on top of the baked cake is also a good idea. Serve it with a hot cup of tea or coffee, or a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.