Eggless Whole Wheat Chocolate Cake

My first blog post and I am going to share my superhit Eggless Whole Wheat Chocolate Cake. It is an easy, simple and delicious cake made of whole wheat flour with simple chocolate frosting.

And yes it is eggless. I love baking eggless cakes so you will come across as most of my bakes as eggless bakes.
The texture of the cake is super soft, moist and spongy. So explore the recipe, try it and enjoy the sinful delicious chocolate cake. Do try the recipe and let me know in the comments below how it turned out for you.

Preparation time : 15 mins
Cooking time : 40 mins

Serves : 6-8


  • Whole Wheat flour – 1 cup (140 gms)
  • Chocolate – 40 grams ( You can use chocolate chips too)
  • Sugar – 100 grams (½ cup)
  • Cocoa powder – 2 tsp
  • Baking Soda – ½ tsp
  • Baking Powder – 1 tsp
  • Curd/Yogurt – ½ cup
  • Oil – 50 ml (¼ cup)
  • Vanilla Essence – ½ tsp
  • Milk – 100 ml

For Frosting:

  • Chocolate – 20 grams
  • Butter – 4 tsp
  • Cocoa powder – 2 tsp
  • Sugar – 5-6 tsp
  • Milk – 2-3 tsp
  • Cocoa powder – 2 tsp for dusting


Grease a cake pan and set aside.

Take the chocolate and cut them into small chunks. Mix with ½ tsp flour and set aside.

Seive the flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, baking powder in a mixing bowl, mix well and set aside.

In a large mixing bowl, take curd and sugar, whisk nicely and mix well till the sugar is melted. Add vanilla essence, milk, oil and stir well.

Add in the flour mix and fold gently and make a smooth batter without lumps. Add the chocolate chunks and stir gently.

Pour the batter into the greased pan. Preheat the oven at 180 ° for 10 mins and bake the cake for 35-40 mins. Start checking from 35 mins. A tooth pick inserted should come out clean.

Remove it from the oven, let it cool down and invert it.

To make the chocolate frosting, take the butter, chocolate and sugar in a sauce pan and heat it for few seconds and switch off the flame immediately when the chocolate starts to melt. Add the cocoa powder and milk, mix well till both sugar and chocolate is melted completely and everything is combined well and smooth. Set aside. Your frosting is ready.

Now take the cake and evenly spread the frosting all over the cake with the help of a stapula or knife and finally dust the cocoa powder over the cake. Cut and serve.

Thank you for stopping by my blog. I hope you liked the recipe. Please do share your valuable feedbacks, I would love to hear from you all. Happy cooking!



  1. Dear Akumraj I’ve been following your recipies .So happy to see your blog .Happy blogging dear and I’m going to bake this cake on 29th for a dear friend .Will keep you posted .
    Bless you .

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      • What a disaster .I mixed everything ,thought the batter looked thick then I realised I left the oil out on the pantry .Was in a dilemma to bake it as such minus the oil ,then decided to add the oil n give it a mix .Let me see what comes out of it 😦

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  2. Hi akum, whenever i make whole wheat cakes it tastes like a little bit of wheat flour after consuming the cake. Is it normal for whole wheat cakes or am I doing anything wrong.

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  3. Hi Akum,All the best ,make the world delicious with your lovely recipe…..I will try this & let you know.


  4. Hi akum
    It’s a lovely cake, I ‘ve heard dat ppl northeast r highly talented n hardworking, of course gudlooking, plz do share ur northeast veg recipes aswell, as me n my family r 100% vegetarians…it would b grt if u share abt ur culture n tradition in ur posts…all d very best…Happy blogging


  5. Your bakes are all awesome. Have been following you on Facebook but now I look forward to reading your blogs too! 😊 Keep writing, keep cooking & keep inspiring! Lots of love 😘


  6. congratulations n really looking forward to your Eggless recipes
    Just one request want to know measurements in gms instead of cups
    Thank you


  7. I am big fan of ur cooking and recipes from the time I was added to the Group-Soul food by my bestie Mehjabeen..Ur cooking is classy nd yummy looking…all the best …hope u attain new heights…
    — Mridu Pawan Bora, Kohima

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  8. Congrats dear,had been great admirer of u and ur recipes,love to hear that u started blogging,cake seems very tempting will surely going to try this. All the very best for future .

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  9. Hey Akum, congrats! Hope you keep posting me and easy recipes. I, for one am a great fan of your Banana cake, which I keep on sharing with all, of course with the due credits to you


  10. Just tried your recipe of eggless whole wheat cake.So happy to see the result.It was soft,moist and yummy.Thank you Akum for the recipe.All of us just loved it.


  11. Wow! Looks lovely. Congratulations n happy blogging. Had a quick question . Any particular brand of Wheat flour? Which brand did u use for flour and chocolate? And d chocolate.. is it dark chocolate? Or d normal chocolate we eat. Sorry, I might sound very silly. But I’m new to this…n would love to try d cake. Thanks in advance.

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  12. Hi, congratulations on your blog! I have been following your posts on facebook. You are a talented and natural cook. The cake looks yummy and I’m planning to try the recipe. Just wanted to confirm whether the sugar used is castor or normal sugar. It would be great if you could specify in the recipe. Secondly, do you use an electric hand mixer to mix the curd and sugar? Thanks.

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  13. Your recipes are absolutely Amazing.They include simplicity in procedure and yumminess in taste….God bless… keep blogging

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  14. Hi akum

    Can u pls share the whole wheat jaggerycake which u had posted on cal once. I lost it dear and I just love your cakes. Please so share. I am waiting.

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  15. Hi akum , last night I tried ur eggless chocolate cake recipe for the first time and the cake really turned out to be very tasty..thanks for bringing this recipe to us.. keep posting more such cake wishes to u

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