Eggless plum walnut bread-from chef in you

I got some plums recently which were a bit firm and not too juicy and somehow I did not feel like eating them as such. But the colour was so beautiful and I wanted to use them in a dessert. I was thinking of a crumble and when browsing Dk's blog , I saw a nice recipe of plum pecan bread. So this was inspired from her recipe and I adjusted the ingredients according to whatever was available with me.

The cake turned out great and I was really satisfied with the healthy, eggless , low fat,quick recipe and could have it without any guilt.

Eggless plum walnut bread-from chef in youI got some plums recently which were a bit firm and not too juicy and somehow I did not feel like eating them as such. But the colour was so beautiful and I wanted to use them in a dessert. I was thinking of a crumble and when browsing Dk's blog , I saw a nice recipe of plum pecan bread. So this was...

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    Ingredients

    Pilsbury multigrain atta
    2 cups
    Plum- yielding about of chopped plums.
    5 (pitted and chopped)-1 1/2 cup
    Walnuts- slightly crushed
    1/2cup
    Brown sugar
    3/4 cup
    Baking powder
    1tsp
    Baking soda
    a pinch
    Yogurt
    3/4 cup
    Vegetable oil
    1/2 cup
    Cinnamon sugar
    1tsp

    Steps

    1. Combine the sugar and oil and mix well. Next combine the atta flour with baking powder and baking soda. Now combine both the mixtures and add yogurt and mix well to form a thick batter. Fold in the plums. Pour the batter in a loaf pan.
    2. Now place the walnuts on the batter carefully. Sprinkle some cinnamon sugar on the top.
    3. Bake this in a preheated oven at 180c for around 40 minutes. Test if the cake is done by inserting a knife or skewer in the center of the cake.
    4. Cool the cake properly. Invert it on a plate. Immediately reinvert it and cut in slices.
    Eggless plum walnut bread-from chef in you