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Nescafe Chocolate Cake (Eggless)

Buying ingredients is one thing, the other of course is making sure we use or finish them up. Potentially we should right? Otherwise, don't you think its such a waste to our money? I know. I in fact have been trying to finish up the box of quality cocoa powder I bought and seemingly there is no end (Eggless Molten Lave Cake, Chocolate Genoise & Cocoa Butter Cake). Greedy me actually. Instead of buying a small box, me the hero bought a big box. Henceforth, I am like racing in finishing it up and thank god, I decided to let go of the brakes towards this Nescafe Chocolate Cake (Milo Cake Eggless). But instead of getting excited again by buying coffee, I told myself. What the hack. I will make do with Nescafe which is by our favorite coffee brand. Not at all a regret. Nothing in fact was regrettable. Obviously, Nescafe instead of coffee, plus cocoa powder (Chocolate Cheesecake, Marble Cake & Chocolate Rum Tart) and the rest of the ingredients listed below for this eggless cake (Eggless Mandarin Orange Cake). Nescafe Chocolate Cake? Like a dark knight splendid attractiveness. Coffee and cocoa in one, super moist (Easy Banana Bread, Traditional Butter Cake & Sujee Cake) and vanilla scented winning eggless cake. 


Ingredients
1 cup all purpose flour
1/2 cup cocoa
2 tsp Nescafe  
1 cup yogurt/curd (I used the no frill basic yogurt)
3/4 cup powdered/icing sugar
3/4 tsp baking powder
3/4 tsp baking soda
1 tsp vanilla essence
1/2 cup no smell/olive oil

Method
Sift flour, cocoa and Nescafe twice.
Keep aside. 
Whisk and combine yohurt, sugar and vanilla. 
Add baking soda and baking powder, whisk and "don't disturb it" for 2 minutes.
Pour in oil, simultaneously fold the sifted ingredients.
Gently please while ensuring there's no lumps. 
Tip into a greased baking pan.
Bake at 175C for about an hour or until cake is cooked.
Remove, cool down and "cut-me-up".



Comments

  1. Coffee and chocolate together? Amazing!! I would love to take a bite of that rich cake right away!

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  2. Hi Nava, your eggless chocolate cake look very moist and chocolatey. Would love to have 2 slices now for my after dinner dessert. :)) Beautiful presentation. 2 thumbs up for you.

    Have a wonderful weekend,regards.

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  3. Wow ! what a combo of coffee with chocolate,bookmarked it .Perfect for winter evening.

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  4. Nava ,I agree with u on the bullet train issue :)
    Some people just look for cons now thats their problem not ours. I remember baking a marble cake and the crack really marred the whole look of it but here it looks like a zigzag pattern only.
    Olive oil and coffee combination thats unique sounds yumm...

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  5. Hahaha! You're so cute, Nava! Well, it looks perfect to me & I'm sure it tastes superb too!

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  6. I love how that cake looks! Hmmm, I don't think your at the basic level of baking :)

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  7. I love chocolate cakes so much.. This picture makes me droool :D

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  8. This cake looks great. I love chocolate. I have to give it a try. :)

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  9. Cake looks amazing nava.With few ingredients and fantastic colour ,cake is ready for serving.

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  10. I love the color and the flavor of this cake...it would be great with a cup of tea...
    Enjoy your weekend Nava :)

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  11. Coffee - chocolate cake looks delicious. Wonderfully made..

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  12. I agree with you about the cracks. All my cakes have a crack like that , or bigger ones on top. Your cake looks delicious and moist. The taste is after all more important. Coffee and chocolate is a wonderful combination.

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  13. What a lovely cake, it looks so sticky and delicious :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  14. Awesome,looking veryyyyyyy tempting..
    Coffee plus chocolate wonderful & delicious combo....
    A treat for person like me who doesn't eat egg..
    www.tastentips.blogspot.in

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  15. coffee and chocolate yummm... the perfect combo :D

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  16. Cake looks super yummy..loved the nescafe flavor.

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  17. Coffee and chocolate are gr8 combo......... Ur cake looks super moist and tempting and wonderful.....

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  18. cake is looking so dense and yumm pass me the slcie dear

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  19. Really a wonderful treat for a coffee & chocolate lover like me...I'm going to try it for sure..

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  20. Eggless cake? Very, very interesting recipe! :)

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  21. This is definitely so yumm esp coz it has nescafe in it.. Thank u for sharing the recipe :)

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  22. I am going to try this one, will update you the result.

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  23. I got really a different type of recipe for Nescafe chocolate cake. I am loving it.

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  24. Hi Nava,
    Your nescafe chocolate cake looks so delicious, I will make this sometime, bookmarked.
    Thanks for the recipe Nava.

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  25. A piece of it with it with a scoop of ice cream is just perfect...

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