I am needing a recipe for my grandsons birthday cake .It can not contain any form of milk or other names of milk. Can someone please help me so he can have a cake for his birthday.
This site is one many folks seem to like.
a chiffon cake may work... it similar to a angel food cake. it contains flour, water, eggs, sugar, and oil..so no milk or butter. you can sub the water for for different liquids for flavor. i dont have a recipe for one right at this moment...shhh i'm at work...lol but you can search the recipe section.
I recipe I got in the past from a lady on here I have made numerous times for various friends, some of who are lactose intollerent, some who are not and they all really liked it.
Chocolate Depression Cake
1 2/3 cup flour
225g/8oz/1 cup brown or white sugar
25g/1oz/1/4 cup cocoa
1 tsp. baking soda
1/3 cup oil
1/2 tsp. salt
1 cup water
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1 tsp. vinegar
Grease and flour 8x8 inch pan (9x13 inch for doubled recipe). Thoroughly mix together all ingredients. Bake at 350oF/180oC degrees for 30- 35 minutes.) Can sprinkle icing sugar on top while cake is hot if desired.
With the benefit of hindsight!:
·Leave in the tin for a little while to partially cool because otherwise it tends to break
·Its probably even almost tastes better the next day or after a few hours because the top gets a little sticky/fudgy which I think is good!
Not a cake you could decorate but really really good none the less!
Vegan Brownie Recipe
250g self raising flour
400g caster sugar
65g cocoa powder (unsweetened)
3g baking powder
235ml vegetable oil
5ml vanilla extract
Preheat oven to 175 degC
Large bowl, stir flour, sugar, cocoa together,
Pour water oil and vanilla etc in, stir
Bake for 25-30mins until top no longer shiney
Chocolate depression cake and similar recipes (American measurements):
Duncan Hines chocolate cake mix does not contain any milk.
You can't even use soy milk? or a non-dairy milk
Hi my son was diagnosed with a milk allergy 6 years ago and I have tried countless recipes in that time I bought dairy free cook books, did more google searches than I could possibly count tried some pretty foul recipies and then I noticed that the brand of dairy free margarine that the hospital had recommended we use says on the side suitable for baking!
I now use all my original recipies and substitute the butter for the exact same amount of dairy free spread and if the recipe calls for milk then I use soya milk.