Chia Coconut Squares

An attempt to make an egg less cake. I was making solkadhi again, and had left over coconut after extracting the milk. I wanted to make cake, but was out of eggs. This recipe came out,I don’t know how, just like that. And it came out good.
I did read somewhere that chia seeds are a good substitute to eggs. And here is how I used it.

When not let cooled properly!


  1. Chia Seeds, ground, 1 Table Spoon
  2. All purpose flour – 1 cup
  3. Sugar  – 1/4 cup
  4. White butter – 1/4 cup
  5. Coconut shavings – 1/4 cup
  6. Baking powder – 1/2 tablespoon
  7. Salt – a pinch
  8. 1 cup milk, the whole the better 🙂
  9. A pinch of cardamom powder
  10. A pinch of nutmeg powder
  11. Vanilla Essence, few drops.
Fresh ground coconut
Ground chia seeds

The Process

Step 1 Get all the dry ingredients together

Take a big bowl and add the flour[ or better sift it in]. Now add sugar, ground chia seeds, baking powder and a pinch of salt. Mix everything well.

Step 2 Add rest of the ingredients

But before that, preheat your oven to 220 C. OK, now add in the butter, coconut and milk. Keep mixing with a spatula or whisker, until you attain a good creamy mixture. Sprinkle gently a pinch of cardamom powder, nutmeg and a few drops of French vanilla essence. Mix well again.


Step 3 The baking

Now grease a baking utensil of your choice with olive oil or butter and pour in the mixture. Bake it for 20 – 25 minutes.

batter, about to get baked.

Step 4 EAT!!

Al right, nothing much more to do. Take it out of the oven, and let it cool for 15 minutes. Invert the utensil onto a serving dish and well, you know, SERVE!!!


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