Step by step
In a larger bowl, mix the dry ingredients - flour, coconut, sugar and baking powder.
Add to this composition soy milk and vanilla essence, mix well - and the dough is ready!
Pour 2/3 of this dough into a tray lined with baking paper (or greased with oil and lined with flour) - my tray was 28 cm in diameter.
In the rest of the dough add cocoa and mix well to even out.
Pour the cocoa stuffing into the tray - spread it with a spoon on the whole surface then with a toothpick or knife spread it carefully - to make a kind of zebra more impressionistic :)
Place the pan in the oven for about 40 minutes at 200 degrees. Remove it when it passes the toothpick test and it is a little brown - be careful with browning, if you leave it too long it will be drier, so it should be slightly brown .
Let it cool completely, then portion it and serve with great pleasure .... and this is not a way to end the recipe - it's a pleasure - it pleased all my guests who tasted it, especially at Children.
And here is a bonus picture :)
So you see, it's as simple to prepare as a child can be.
(It's just the same cake that I made another time, in another bowl and Sofia helped me)