Guest Post : Coconut Cake

Hello lovelies, Its been awhile since I've invited anyone to be my guest. Been pretty hectic pass few months, finally managed to settle down and blogging again. Anyway, for this month of January I would like to share with all you lovelies delicious coconut recipe by recipespassion

Hi Salam Meet, I am Monu Teena from Pakistan recently been blogging on recipespassion
Cooking and baking is more than just a passion for me. I'm always in search of trying new ingredients and new flavors. I tried to be innovative at times. Beside my passion, I am an Engineer by profession and student of MBA. Gad to be here and be apart of Shazzy's circle. Its my 3rd guest post, I'm as excited as I was on my first one, feels like such an honor given to me, thanks dear Shazzy love :* .

I recently met her through the Facebook group, found her a very sweet, talented and friendly lady. In fact she was cooking live crab :D I couldn't stopped myself asking, how will you kill them? :D They way she replied me and talked quite humble. Gave me a good first impression, She has many wonderful recipe on her blog. Loved her baking section a lot.

She asked me for a guest post few days back; I decided to share Coconut Cake recipe with you lovelies. So let's move to the recipe without any further delay..
Size of the cake is about 8 inch; perfect for 7 to 8 members;

RecipePassion by recipe

Ingredients you will need:
3 eggs
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup of White granulated Sugar
1/4 cup of Oil
1/4 cup of Butter (melted)
1/2 cup of desiccated Coconut
3 tbsp of Warm milk
1 tsp of Vanilla Essence
1 + 1/8 cup of all-purpose Flour
1 1 /2 tsp of heaped Baking Powder
Few Raisins (I used golden and dark raisins) and Almonds/Walnuts
Steps to follow
Pre - Heat your oven up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (180 Degrees Centigrade). Little grease the 8 '' round pan.
Sieve all-purpose flour and Baking Powder together. Set them aside.
Take a Bowl, first you have to beat the eggs till fluffy & creamy. Meanwhile add Oil, Butter, Brown sugar, White Sugar and Vanilla essence respectively one by one, resulted in a nice fluffy batter.
With a help of Spatula, gently add the sieved ingredients, then coconut and warm milk. Mix them together.
Take out the batter into a greased pan.

Bake it for 30 to 40 minutes. Check out if its completely baked, by inserting a tooth pick.
Remove it from the pan, cool it on a wire rack. Just Enjoy the coconut nutty Cake ;)


Once Again Thanks to Shazzy for giving me her space to share something for you guys. I always look forward to your feedback. Hope you gonna love it :*
Love ~ Monu Teena

I hope you'll enjoy this beautiful delicious recipe by Monu Teena. Really worth trying :) 


  1. Thanks a lot Shazzy for your valuable time.. Love you ~

    1. welcome sweetie :) glad you like it. I wanna try this recipe soon

  2. the cake looks really yum... lovely guest post dear...

    1. Nice to see ya Raf :) yup it does looks yummmy

  3. such a lovely cake ! so yum this looks! :) Kudos to both for such a lovely post.. good to know more about Teena! :)

    1. thanks for dropping by :) thanks a lot! and yeah its looking perfect!

  4. The cake looks yummy..nice guest post :)

  5. Beautiful cake Teena. Bookmarking for the next round of baking.

  6. Lovely recipe Teena! I have never made a coconut cake, would love to try this out! Lovely blog too!

  7. Wonderful recipe.Love coconut flavor in it.Def trying it sometimes...

  8. Coconut cake with raisins and nuts topping, looks wonderful. Lovely recipe, Monu!
    Salam Shazzy! First time here, you have a nice blog :)

  9. So nice to meet you Shazzy, This is a lovely cake by Monu Teena. Blessings, Catherine


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