Top 10 Indian Eggless Cake Recipes, Indian Style Eggless Cake
STRESSED is DESSERTS spelt backwards. If you are feeling low or having a bad day then cakes and ice-creams are somethings that will instantly cheer you up. Be it birthdays or anniversaries, cakes hold a special place when celebrating any occasion. Most cakes are made by creaming butter and sugar together and adding all the dry ingredients, breaking eggs and mixing it using the cut & fold method. It is then baked to perfection.
But, you can create the same fluffy cakes without using eggs. Find out how in this article!
The curd is a versatile ingredient and found in most Indian households. It is not only used to make raita, chaas and kadhi but also, as a substitute for eggs while baking eggless cakes. Try this Eggless Chocolate Cake Using Curds. The best part about cakes is dressing it up, I mean frosting and decorating the cake. You can slice the chocolate cake horizontally and apply some soaking syrup, chocolate buttercream and cover with the other half. Finally, apply some frosting all around the cake and a delicious Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Butter Cream Icing is ready!!
Eggless Chocolate Cake Using Curds ( Cakes and Pastries )
Similarly, you can make an Eggless Vanilla Sponge Cake Using Curds. If you master making a basic vanilla cake , you can whip up some amazing delights like cake pudding, casatta.
Eggless Vanilla Cake Using Curd, Indian Style
You can make an Eggless Vanilla Cake Using Oil and Eggless Vanilla Cake Using Condensed Milk and vegetarians can enjoy the pleasure of pastries and western desserts because they are eggless cakes.
Eggless Vanilla Cake Using Oil ( Cakes and Pastries )
Looking for an innovative cake for a tea party? Bake this amazing Eggless Orange Cake. The citrusy tinge from the addition of fresh orange juice and orange rind in the batter gives this cake a refreshing flavour. Also, Date and Walnut Cake is a perfect accompaniment to a cup of warm tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
Date and Walnut Cake, Eggless Date and Walnut Cake
Vanilla and chocolate swirled together to create an appetizing Marble Cake should be your baking goals! Try this eggless variant of luscious Marble cake made using condensed milk. The rich, delicious aroma is sure to spread some happy vibes in your kitchen. Come Christmas and everyone is joyous around making some delectable baked goodies.
Eggless Marble Cake, Marble Cake
Be it a rum cake, Plum Cake, muffins, cookies or something as innovative as this Eggless Semolina and Coconut Cake. Try your hand to create some delicious eggless cakes!
Eggless Semolina and Coconut Cake
Whats better than chocolate? An Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake ! Plain or funky, a basic sponge cake can be transformed to produce desserts for occasions ranging from a simple family meal to a stellar birthday cake. Black Forest Cake needs no introduction. It is a highly popular cake found in almost all the bakeries and loved by people across all age groups. Moist, rich chocolate cake, sandwiched and coated with whipped cream, dark chocolate flakes and sweet cherries is irresistible.
Black Forest Cake
Also, you can make tempting Chocolate Walnut Cake with Whipped Cream and Chocolate Mousse Cake.
Chocolate Mousse Cake, Eggless Chocolate Mousse Recipe
Enjoy our brilliant collection Eggless Cakes which are very popular online. There are millions of Indians who don’t have eggs and here are the most tasty collection of Eggless Cakes made by our team over the last 20 years.
6 Ways to make Cakes Eggless
We have substituted eggs with condensed milk, rava, curds and oil to make some beautiful cakes. Even without eggs, these cakes fluff up really well and have lovely aroma.
We have used 6 ingredients which help make our cakes Eggless and good.
Eggless Vanilla Cake Using Condensed Milk ( Cakes and Pastries)
Top 10 Eggless Cake Recipes
Eggless Vanilla Sponge Cake Using Condensed Milk
You will find the popular the ever popular
1. Eggless Vanilla Cake Using Oil
2. Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake
3. Eggless Vanilla Sponge Cake Using Curds
4. Eggless Vanilla Cake Using Condensed Milk