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No Oil, No Butter, Eggless Ragi Cake – The story of Richa Agarwal

A creative person who wants to bake healthy, eggless goodies and present them to her clients in a creative way, Richa Agarwal is a baker, entrepreneur and mother. Under her brand, ‘Arrange Party’, she attempts to make traditional sweets, regular bakes free of maida, refined sugar, with lesser oil, butter and unhealthy content in it. A believer in eating and living healthy, Richa runs her brand in Bangalore with this philosophy. She wishes to expand her horizon further in this area through practice and experiments, specially for giving her son the healthiest of products.

We received a warm welcome at Richa’s place during the video shoot and little did we know that she had prepared a 4 course lunch post the shoot! It was truly overwhelming and a delight to speak to her about baking, branding and how she has been in the business for a few years. Keeping this philosophy in mind, she baked a Oil Free, Butter Free Ragi Cake for the video shoot on our channel! It was hot from the oven, glazed with chocolate and super delicious to have! The best part? She packed the rest of the cake for us to take!

So, let us learn how to make this at home.


Ragi Flour 3/4 Cup

Wheat Flour 1/4 Cup

Cocoa Powder 1/4 Cup

Melted Dark Chocolate 1/2 Cup

Jaggery powder 3/4 Cup

Baking Soda 1/2 tsp

Yogurt 1 Cup

Vanilla Essence 1/2 tsp

Water 1/2 Cup (if needed)

Walnuts for garnish. (Optional)


  1. Take a bowl, add the melted jaggery, chocolate, vanilla essence and whisk.
  2. Add the yogurt and mix well.
  3. Seive the flours, cocoa powder and mix with the wet ingredients.
  4. Add to a baking tray and garnish with walnuts.
  5. Bake at 180 degrees for 25-30 minutes.
  6. Serve hot with chocolate sauce.

We hope you enjoyed this eggless bake recipe and try it at home! If you want to make it gluten free, replace the wheat flour with Ragi in the same proportion.



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