Eggless Coffee Caramel Cake With Walnuts Recipe
This delicious dense coffee flavoured walnut cake is a sinful dessert that you must try. The cake is then drizzled with the goodness of homemade caramel sauce and generously sprinkled with walnuts on the top. Serve the Tea cake with some Maple Roasted Cinnamon Spiced Latte by the side to enjoy your evening snack.In association with Vivatta (ChakkiAtta)
A simple, no fuss, Eggless Coffee caramel cake with walnuts for a light snack over tea or even a quick bite to satiate your hunger pangs. Made with homemade caramel sauce and generously sprinkled with walnuts. Made with homemade caramel sauce, which adds an extra richness to the cake making it moist, decadent and absolutely sinful to indulge. You can have this a scoop of vanilla ice cream and top it with extra caramel sauce for that goodness.
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How to make Eggless Coffee Caramel Cake With Walnuts Recipe
To begin making Coffee Caramel Cake With Walnuts Recipe, preheat oven to 180 degree Celsius. Also mix the instant coffee powder with about a 1/4 cup of hot water until it dissolves. Keep aside.
In a large bowl, take yogurt/curd and add sugar. Whisk well until it dissolves. Now add the baking soda, baking powder and whisk again until it starts foaming up a bit.
Add oil, and then add the espresso mixture and mix well.
To this mixture, add the flour and fold it in carefully. Once the mixture is well incorporated (should resemble dosa/pancake batter) add a bits of the walnuts.
Pour the batter into a greased baking tin lined with parchment paper and tap until the air bubbles are gone.
Sprinkle walnuts on it and bake for 30 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean.
Cool the cake completely and then drizzle it with caramel sauce over it. Cut them into slices and enjoy it with a cuppa or tea.
Eggless Coffee Caramel Cake With Walnuts Recipe is part of the Baking With Flour Contest
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