Five easy steps to make eggless banana cake

A usual lament of vegetarians, especially of the strict variety, is that they have far fewer options unlike their  carnivorous counterparts. While the non-vegetarians tuck into this, that and the other, vegetarians are left making strange noises. The problem gets worse if even eggs are a strict no-no.

HEMLATA MORO whips up an easy 5-step recipe for eggless banana cake that should answer the prayers of some vegetarians.



2 cups wheat flour

2 table spoon baking powder + half tea spoon baking soda

3 tea spoon cocoa powder

1 cup sugar

Half a cup oil (any refined oil)

Half tea spoon salt

Condensed milk half a tin

3 ripe bananas of bigger variety, which can be mashed easily

A little warm milk

Half a cup of small pieces of cashewnuts


1. Sift slowly the first three items i.e. flour, soda and cocoa powder 2-3 times

2. Mix the sugar and oil well with a little salt till the sugar starts melting. Add this to the sifted flour

3. Mash bananas very finely, add half a tin of condensed milk, mix well. Add this to above mixture. Add cashew pieces and stir well. Add little warm milk and blend well so that you can pour it in a bowl to be put in the microwave oven.

4. Grease bowl with oil, and dust it with flour, before pouring cake mix.

5. Put it in the Microwave oven on a rack for 8 minutes. Five minutes to cool off. Take it out and cool it well to cut it into pieces.



  1. vish said

    this is disgust cake

  2. patricia said

    not egg but milk? what´s the point, this is not vegetarian.

    • divya said

      it is vegetarian ,its just not vegan

  3. falgunidesai said

    i think 2tbsp baking pwd+half tspbaking soda is more for 2 cp of flour so 1st make and than put on net

  4. Raymond said

    Please sent 5step pictures of how to make eggless banana cake because I’m a student so I have a project.

  5. i think this is not tht much great idea to prepare cake

  6. nagshr said

    hi thank u so much for the recipie…………….i tried ur recipie n it came out very well

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