• 200 gms Maida / all-purpose flour
  • 20 gms Coco powder
  • 150 gms Sugar
  • 200 gms chocolate chunks
  • 200 gms yogurt
  • 1 tsp. baking powder
  • ½   soda
  • 20 ml Milk
  • 100 gms Butter


  • In a bowl sieve together Maida , baking powder, baking soda and coco powder
  • In a separate larger bowl combine the sugar and the butter and beat it together till it becomes fluffy
  • Now add the milk to the butter sugar mixture and Wisk well
  • Next add the yogurt and whisk till it is well combined
  • Now add the dry ingredients in 2 parts and combine them into a batter using a spatula
  • Once it is all nicely combined , fold the chocolate chunks in the batter
  • Now , grease an 8 inch pan with flour and cover the bottom of the tin with parchment paper
  • Pour the batter in the tin and bake it in the oven for 40-45 min at 180 degrees Celsius
  • Once the cake is baked it will tend to be a little gooey because of the chocolate chunks , but do not worry it is cooked completely in order to check if your cake is ready push the cake slightly if the it bounces back it is ready if not bake it in the oven for another 5 – 10 mins
  • Once the cake is cooled, cover it with chocolate ganache or simply serve with ice-cream
  • The best eggless chocolate cake is ready!
Hi, I am Dhruv Surana I was interested in cooking and baking since I was 9. I started with baking small cakes for my family on various occasions. Later as I grew up, everyone started appreciating my work. I started getting orders from my family friends too. My interest then deepened. I started the food blog ( recently and started uploading various recipes on it. I then thought of letting others add in their recipes and get featured on the blog too. The blog is purely to showcase my passion and love for cooking. I love trying out new recipes and adding a twist from my side. Every time I get a call from someone regarding a cooking tip or help, I get really excited and happy. I love to help them out. My aim is to reach out to the maximum number of people possible and encourage young ones to cook too. My mother, maternal grandmother and Chef Pooja Dhingra have been my source of inspiration. They have encouraged me and helped me through every step very patiently. I am forever grateful to them. One thing my father always told me, is that keep trying and learning new things. There is a lot to learn from each and everyone around you and I would like to do just that.

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  • Shilpa Dhoot , 3 August 2020 @ 6:48 pm

    Amazing recipes Dhruv . Keep it up

  • Shweta , 5 August 2020 @ 4:47 pm

    I tried it it was excellent , just a suggestion have the cake with ice cream it tastes even better

  • aryan , 26 September 2020 @ 8:01 pm

    Nice recipe your blog is quite great
    Check out this one too

  • Mrs Amita Mohanpurkar , 24 February 2021 @ 12:50 am

    In Method…Instructions are so crisp and clear. Well done and keep enjoying … god bless you.

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