Indian consumers are increasingly embracing traditional Indian recipes in the pursuit of healthy eating.
The new products are also gaining traction with consumers who are seeking a variety of healthful alternatives to the Western food standard.
In 2017, Quaker rice cake and stir fried rice cakes were launched in India, which has the second-highest percentage of healthy eaters in the world, according to a study conducted by Food & Culture Research.
Quaker rice and stir fry cakes are both gluten-free and free of refined sugars, added sugar, salt and fat.
The cakes can be baked for as little as two hours in a single pan.
The recipes are also gluten- and grain-free, which is ideal for people who are sensitive to gluten.
Cake is traditionally eaten with rice, which the cake has been traditionally used for.
But this time, it is being used to make rice cakes for breakfast.
Quakers rice cakes can also be used for other healthy meals, including rice pudding and rice pasta, according the Indian Food and Drink Association.
The new products, which are available for the Indian market, come with a price tag of Rs 1,000 ($2.25).
Quaker and stir-fried rice cakes are available in the U.S., France, Italy and Germany.
The products are expected to reach India by the end of 2019.