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Diabetic Friendly Eggless Chocolate Cake

After visiting a sugar free chocolate studio, I was really inspired to bake something on my own. Chocolate cake seemed to be the best way to start. Ditching the traditional way of making sweets and savories for Vijaya Dashmi, I baked a cake for hubby and a small group of Indian friends.



All purpose flour 1 cup
Salt ½ teaspoon
Baking powder 1 teaspoon
Baking soda 2 teaspoons
Unsweetened cocoa powder ½ cup
Sugar substitute – 6 teaspoons
Vegetable Oil – 1 cup (I used sunflower oil)
Milk – ½ cup
Vanilla Extract – 1 teaspoon
White sugar free chocolate 1 slab


Preheat the oven to 160C

Sift together the flour, salt, baking powder, baking soda, cocoa and sugar substitute into a large mixing bowl.

Add vanilla extract, oil and milk. With an electric mixer, beat at medium speed for 3 to 4 minutes.

Grease the baking pan with oil and flour. Pour the batter evenly into the baking pans.

Place the pan on the middle shelf and bake for 20 to 25 minutes, until a knife inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean.
Let the cake cool completely before removing from the oven.

I avoided frosting the cake with cream, instead melted the white sugar free chocolate on a double boiler and poured on the cake.


  1. welcome back dear ...i am so happy to c ...this chocolate cake looks wonderful n eggles with low calories sounds really interesting ...yummy


  2. Super soft and moist cake,loved it.

  3. Welcome back, sweets! Was missing this space for a long time.
    Interesting recipe and the pics are wow! Superb!
    Keep going and dare you to disappear again! Grr!

  4. Omg, wat a droolworthy cake, absolutely irresistible!

  5. Lovely... I m drooling...
    Here after quite a long time!

    Sandhya's Kitchen

  6. Just what we all need in this present day!!!The cake looks so moist n delicious...

  7. Yummy chocolate cake, very very tempting clicks...

  8. Totally rich n royal...fantabulous clicks...beautful dear...

    Tasty Appetite

  9. Thank you ladies for such lovely comments. It seems all together worth while.

  10. Cool!! Looks really nice. Even I use sugar substitute in my cakes sometimes for diabetic/ weight conscious friends/ relatives.

  11. How do u know we are all ladies???

  12. Munchmany, for me my blog readers are very precious so i keep track of them. Hope that is a satisfactory answer.

  13. hey..glad to see you back in are you..
    Cake looks divine..totally irresistible for a chocoholic like me :)

    US Masala

  14. umm, i have a question...sugar substitute makes the cake hard, n we aren't adding eggs ass well, so is the cake made soft?

  15. Nina, if you read the recipe carefully, you will see that i have added vegetable oil and milk. These two ingredients give enough moisture that is required for the cake. Also, Splenda (sugar substitute)is just perfect for baking any confectionery.

  16. MMMM Mouth watering! looking delicious.

    Want to order a same kind of cakes cookies and sugar free sweets ?


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