Does Anyone Have Recipes For Cakes That Have No Milk Or Eggs

Baking By angeliqueellison Updated 26 Apr 2008 , 8:24pm by indydebi

angeliqueellison Posted 8 Apr 2008 , 5:34pm
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Help! My son is deathly allergic to Milk, Eggs, and Peanuts. He is also allergic to red dye. I only have one recipe for a moist cocolate cake. It tends to be to moist to decorate well. Does anyone have a cake recipe that has no Milk, Eggs, Peanuts, or Red Dye in it?

PS: I can use soy milk.

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JanH Posted 9 Apr 2008 , 7:30am
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modthyrth Posted 9 Apr 2008 , 7:30am
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Look up a recipe for crazy cake. Also called wacky cake, and several other names. It's actually my absolute favorite chocolate cake recipe, and it's completely vegan. I've adapted it to make it many different flavors, too. So far, I've tried:

chai tea
caramel vanilla
peanut butter

It's easy and it's delicious. I seldom even glance at other cake recipes.

Trixyinaz Posted 9 Apr 2008 , 10:48am
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My daughter is also allergic to eggs, nuts and peanuts. Go out and buy yourself some Ener-G Egg replacer. It's a powder that you mix with water and it mimics the properties of eggs in baking. I found mine at Krogers. Go to the Ener-G website. You can order it online.

I use that in place of eggs in recipes - some don't turn out as well as others so you just have to experiment. We don't like soy and I have trouble with milk so I use Rice Milk. I haven't done my cakes with Rice milk, but I'm sure it would be fine. Oh wait, I did one and it worked out perfectly. For the recipes that call for buttermilk, I suppose you could use Rice or Soy and add 1 tbs white vinegar per cup of milk.

Whenever a recipe calls for nuts or peanuts, I simply leave them out if my daughter will be eating it. Good luck. Baking with these allergies are tough sometimes, but it is doable. I have a great pancake recipe if you want.

angeliqueellison Posted 17 Apr 2008 , 1:18am
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Thanks! This information is priceless!

7yyrt Posted 24 Apr 2008 , 8:26pm
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Milk/Egg Free
Milk Substitutes

* Coconut Milk
* Nut Milk
* Rice Milk
* Ricotta Cheese Substitute
* Sweetened Condensed Milk Substitute

See also Milk Substitutes made from Sprouted Oats.
Main Dishes

* Macaroni and "Cheese"

Cakes, Cookies, and Other Desserts

* Banana "Cream" Pie
* Chocolate Pie
* Egg-Free Linzer Torte Bars
* "Five minute" Chocolate Cake
* Frozen Fruit Tofulatu
* Frozen Dessert - 6 variations
* Granita de Limone (Sicilian Lemon Ice)
* MFK Fisher's War Cake
* MFK Fisher's Tomato Soup Cake
* Lemon Pie
* Pumpkin Pie â egg and milk free version
* Pumpkin Pie 2 â egg, milk, soy free version
* Raisin Snack Cake

See also:

* Milk-free and Egg-free Bread
* Chocolate Chip Cookies â has eggs; can be dairy free if you can find dairy free chocolate
* Hazelnut Cookies
* Orange Honey Quick Bread â has eggs; can be dairy free
* Passover Brownies
* Peanut Butter Cookies
* Pumpkin Cookies 1
* Terrific Belgian Waffles

mocakiss86 Posted 25 Apr 2008 , 1:19am
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I had a request for that and looked on line under "Vegan Diet" and found an awesome banana cake and there where many others. The diet uses NO animal products. It was a little denser but tasty. Hope this helps. icon_rolleyes.gif

HerBoudoir Posted 26 Apr 2008 , 7:03pm
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I would recommend picking up the book "Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World"

While I have not personally tried the recipes, I had seen the book and recommended it to a friend of mine who has a daughter who is allergic to eggs and milk products. She bakes the cupcake recipes as cake and says they are really really good - the whole family likes them.

Hope that helps!

indydebi Posted 26 Apr 2008 , 8:24pm
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I had a special request to accommodate a vegan at one of my fraternity caterings. I searched the internet and found a vegan site with a great choc cake recipe. (Sorry I dont' have the link). But vegan sites are great resources.

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