Any One Got A Recipe For Egg Free Milk Free Cake Recipe???

Baking By Sujanthi Updated 3 Aug 2008 , 11:40pm by jocakes

Sujanthi Posted 18 May 2008 , 3:29pm
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icon_smile.gif Hi, I'm trying to find a recipe for my son who's allergic to eggs and cows milk. I tried carrot cake and it didn't come that good. I've tried useing egg sub. from ref eile, but he got all fussy and his rash came back. So, any one can help me would be an angle... plus his 3rd b'day is coming up in July, so it'll be great to see his reaction that when I tell him he can actually eat his b'day cake.

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chutzpah Posted 18 May 2008 , 3:37pm
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In the latest Joy of Cooking they have recipes for two vegan cake layers, one orange and one chocolate. They should fill the bill nicely!

JanH Posted 18 May 2008 , 5:40pm
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Hi and Welcome on your 1st post, Sujanthi. icon_smile.gif

Allergy threads:
(Has egg substitutes, helpful hints & tips and recipes for many allergies.)

Eggless sponge cake:
(Wouldn't work for you because it's only eggless, not milkless.)


gateauxdamour Posted 18 May 2008 , 5:49pm
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search cake central's recipe section for vegan cakes. That's where I found mine!

ziggytarheel Posted 18 May 2008 , 5:50pm
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The "wacky cake" recipe found on this site and so many others is a good choice.

I've used this cake a few times and had success:
(I've substituted raspberry for strawberry).

Just a little googling will show you many choices.

ziggytarheel Posted 18 May 2008 , 5:52pm
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And I've been quite pleased with this brownie recipe:

Using dark cocoa makes it very chocolatey!

CakeInfatuation Posted 20 May 2008 , 11:34am
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My son was allergic to eggs and my niece was allergic to eggs and milk. Birthday's around these parts were often egg and milk free.

There is a cake called Wacky Cake and it's a great recipe because you can do chocolate, vanilla, banana... it's versatile. Search for Wacky Cake)

There's also a Crazy Chocolate Cake. And MAN OH MAN is it a good chocolate cake. You'd NEVER know it didn't have eggs or milk. Really easy. (Search for Crazy Cake)

I don't have the recipe off hand but I know that has both (that's where I found them originally). Just go with the higher rated recipes because there are some variations and some are better than others. The website is pretty straight forward. If you type the recipe names in the "search" box, you should get several options.

7yyrt Posted 26 May 2008 , 9:46pm
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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

sassycatz Posted 3 Jun 2008 , 12:24am
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I found that if you do a chocolate cake, use a can of pumpkin pie mix which replaces the eggs and oil. You won't even taste the pumpkin. Or you can use a can of diet coke or cherry coke in place of the eggs and oil as well.

waywordz Posted 3 Aug 2008 , 6:46pm
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A lot of stores now carry cherrybrook kitchen. It's a box mix cake.

jocakes Posted 3 Aug 2008 , 11:39pm
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I use this one a lot

10 oz of self rising flour less 2 tablespoons
1/4 level teaspoon salt
5 level teaspoon cocoa powder
6oz superfine sugar
1/2 level tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 pt milk - you can use soy or rice milk
1/4 pt vegetable oil
3 level teaspoons golden syrup or karo syrup
1/2 tsp vanilla

Preheat oven to 350F

Grease and line 2 8" tins.

Sift flour, salt , cocoa, sugar into bowl and make well in centre. dissolve baing soda in tablespoon milk and pour into centre with remaining milk, oil, syrup and vanilla, beat well to get smooth batter. Pour into tins and bake 40 mins, or until cake springs back when lightly pressed. Turn out and cool.


4oz marg
3 tbsp soy milk
2 tbsp cocoa
8oz powdered sugar

Melt marg with milk, add cocoa, stir add sieved powdered sugar, leave till cool then sandwich cakes and cover, I then decorate with sprinkles

jocakes Posted 3 Aug 2008 , 11:40pm
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Ooops just reread it - its 5 tablespoons not teaspoons of cocoa!!!

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