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Horlicks Oats Vegetarian Cake

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Horlicks Oats Vegetarian Cake is a prefect cake recipe which can make your special occasions more joyful and healthy.

Ingredients:
• Horlicks oats – 180 grams.
• Milk powder – 60 grams.
• Icing sugar – 60 – 80 grams.
• Baking soda – 1/2 tea spoon.
• Baking powder – 1 tea spoon.
• Unsalted butter (cubes) – 2 number.
• Chocolate – 100 grams.
• Cinnamon powder – 1/2 tea spoon.
• Cocoa powder – 40 – 50 grams.
• Oil – 80 grams.
• Butter – 20 grams.
• Water – 250 -280 ml.

Method:
•Make a fine powder of horlicks oats ( 180 grams ) in a blender and transfer to a bowl.
•Use double boiling method to melt chocolate ( 100 grams ) by adding butter ( 20 grams )(i.e., Boil water in a pan, on top of it place another pan with chocolate then let it melt with the heat of boiling water).
•Then, add oil ( 80 grams ) in melted chocolate in small quantities and mix it thoroughly.
•Now, take the bowl with powdered horlicks oats and mix well by adding baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon powder, icing sugar ( 60 – 80 grams ), cocoa powder ( 40 – 50 grams ), milk powder ( 60 grams ) and melted chocolate.
•Then, stir the mixture by adding water ( 250 -280 ml ) in small quantities and make sure it reaches to the cake batter consistency.
•Place butter paper in the baking tray and transfer the cake batter to it.
•Now, place the baking tray in preheated oven and bake for 45 minutes at 180 degree centigrade .
•Then, remove the baking tray from oven, cool and demould.
•Slice the cake into two halves and wet it with sugar syrup.
•Now decorate the cake by using whipped cream and sprinkle grated chocolate over the cake.
•At last, cut the cake into pieces and serve it .

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6 thoughts on “Horlicks Oats Vegetarian Cake

  1. Last I checked eggs are vegetarian. Vegetarian’s just don’t eat meat. Vegans are the ones who don’t eat animal products, which include eggs.

    Also. what brand of oats are you using. I’m not sure if you told us or not.

  2. Horlicks Oats? Never heard of them, not seen them back home in the UK or here in the US. I guess we can use other good quality oats. Looks like a great recipe though, thanks for sharing.

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