Baking with kids : Eggless Banana Cinnamon Walnut cake

Baking with kids : Eggless Banana Cinnamon Walnut cake

Baking with Kids:

Did you ever bake as a kid? I remember myself baking lots of cakes, all without any cream or icing, since I relished it then as an evening snack. It used to be cashew cake, walnut cake and a simple vanilla-cherry cake back then. Though, I never continued this passion, as I moved to cities for higher studies and then the job! It got lost in the race of building a successful life. I started baking again, and this time with my son and these #stayathome days are giving me a perfect opportunity to bake cookies, cakes, muffins with him. Before I share our Banana Cinnamon walnut cake recipe, here are few tips while baking with Kids:

1. Messy: It’s okay if you find the flour flying around. Baking with younger kids does get messy, but that shouldn’t stress you, as its a fun and yummy activity you can do to engage them.

2. Patience: Baking with kids involves a lot of patience, kids certainly make mistakes but that’s how they learn and grow. While baking, my son tries to put every ingredient, sieve and mix the batter. It’s never flawless, but I’m there to make up for things.

3. Assign age-appropriate tasks: To keep kids interest in baking, assign them their age-appropriate tasks. Involvement gives them a sense of responsibility and happiness (more so when the cake turns out to be yum, well happens in my case).

4. Ask them their choices: It is always best to ask them their preferred cake flavor (with the best ingredients at home), as keeping up their choices keeps them engaged all the more.

So here, I’m sharing my son’s favorite Banana Cinnamon walnut cake recipe. We relish it during our snack time, with coffee or hot cocoa.

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Recipe: Eggless Banana Cinnamon Walnut cake

Total Time: 50m Prep Time: 15m Bake Time: 35m


Dry Ingredients: 

  • Flour: 1 1/2 cup
  • Cinnamon powder: 1/4th tablespoon 
  • Salt: A Pinch 
  • Baking soda: 1/2 teaspoon
  • Baking powder: 1 teaspoon
  • Sugar: 1 tablespoon white sugar + 1 1/2 tablespoon brown sugar (both powdered)
  • Walnuts: 6-7 chopped into small pieces

Wet Ingredients:

  • Thick Yogurt: 1/4th cup
  • Olive oil: 2 1/2 tablespoon
  • Mashed ripe bananas: 2


  • Add 1/2 sugar, oil, yogurt in a bowl and mix it well.
  • Add Mashed banana to the above mixture, stir it and keep it aside.
  • Now, sieve the mixture of remaining sugar and all the dry ingredients at least thrice (since this is an eggless recipe).
  • Add the dry mixture to mashed banana yogurt mixture mix it in a folding manner. Remember, not to overbeat the whole batter.
  • Take some chopped walnuts and coat it with some flour (so that they don’t settle at the bottom of the batter).
  • Oil the baking tin and spread some flour evenly on the base and sides of tin! Pour the mixture into the baking tin.
  • Preheat the Microwave/OTG at 180 degrees for 6-8mins and let the cake bake for 35-40mins now!
  • Check once baked with a toothpick and allow it to cool.

Slice it into loaves and rejoice your Banana cinnamon walnut cake with coffee or cocoa or the way you like. Baking with kids is fun, do involve them!

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Much Love,

Stay Safe,



Quest to live the life surrounded with the charming little bundle's of joy. When they speak, I sing, When they smile, I rejoice , When they hug, I hold them never to lose, Such is my passion for these Gifts of God.This love urged me to navigate separately from my Travel Blog & establish an "All-In-One" Blog for budding mothers. Mum's have multi-tasked this world ,with all her professional commitments , she still makes an extra effort to be a loving, caring and be an intellectual mommy! Cheers, for me too come from the same fraternity, post having a superb academics & close to 8 years of professional experience and blessed with a little one "who has indeed changed my life from Autumn to Spring";)

This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Sonia Dogra

    Okay…I have so many bananas lying and I’m trying this right away…
    Also, love the snippets right in the beginning.

  2. Simrit Bedi

    Very nice and simple recipe… thank you for sharing..Will definitely make it soon

  3. Alpana

    I like being and I bake with my kiddos quite often. Earlier it was just my daughter, but now my little one has also joined our team of bakers. In fact, if my daughter has a playdate, then her friends also join us sometimes. Yes, baking with kids is messy and requires lot of patience. But the satisfaction you seen when they enjoy their self-baked treats, is priceless.

    I like Banana Bread, will try to make it sometime.

  4. Noor Anand Chawla

    My son has discovered a new love for baking these days! We have been celebrating “pretend” birthdays every day in our house with a freshly baked cake!

  5. Sivaranjini

    Going to try baking this cake. Thanks for such a beautiful, and detailed recipe.

  6. Dipika Singh

    I wasn’t aware of this talent in you my friend, this cake looks super tempting and decision. Also, easy to make.

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