There are still cakes and cookies that you can make when eggs are not allowed in your diet. This page contains baking recipes without eggs.
This is a very easy recipe.
Approximate Time: 20 minutes
Yield: 16 cookies
This recipe was from radio station Magic 98 in Madison, WI.
This cookie cake is not only extremely delicious but also pretty nutritious and super easy to make! It's so good, it's hard to believe there are no eggs or oils involved. If you swap out the yogurt for soy yogurt, it becomes completely vegan.
Approximate Time: 45 minutes
The other night I had a boxed spice cake mix but no oil or eggs. My cupboards were pretty bare. The box called for 1/3 cup oil and 3 eggs. I had some mayonnaise and used 1 cup of it, 1/2 tsp of baking powder and about a Tbsp of sugar. I baked it for the same length of time recommended on the box. The cake turned out amazingly well and I'd definitely do this again in a pinch.
By Ellavemia from Bellaire, OH
The BEST cake ever is a plain box mix with a can of DIET soda. No eggs or oil. Just the mix and a diet soda. It turns out very moist and the options are endless. Not to mention its healthier for you. Try it, youll be amazed.
How about a orange cake mix w/ 7up or sprite?
A chocolate cake with cherry coke?
White cake with cream soda?
Endless possibilities. Cake does come out pretty dense and crumbles a bit easier, be prepared for that :)!
And, btw, mayo in brownies substituted for eggs is amazing. It dont sound too pleasant but it works wonders and there no mayo taste like in your cake.
I've been wanting to try the can of diet soda in a cake, but the trouble is I didn't have any of that either, I just had mayonnaise and ketchup in the fridge. It was great being able to use up the mayo and get a cake out of the deal and I didn't have to go hungry that night!
Some World War 2 recipes would also be egg and oil free.
Substituting mayo for the oil in a cake works because the main ingredient in mayo IS oil (plus egg, spices and lemon juice &/or vinegar).As long as the flavoring in the cake over-rides the spices in the mayo you should be ok. A little extra flour plus some baking powder could substitute for eggs in a pinch. Good for you for being resourceful!
Hi, I am a vegetarian! I don't want to use eggs in baking and other cooking because the chickens are treated horribly. I would like recipes for cakes, cookies, other desserts, scones, breads, and main courses that can be made successfully without eggs. (Of course, no meat or broth from animals either.) I do use cheese. Thanks! :)
Michelle from Bethlehem, PA
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Hi I simply use a quarter cup of buttermilk for each egg used to the maximum of two eggs. In place of the water and vinegar that is used in the crazy or whacky chocolate cake I use buttermilk. The cake rises better and is lighter in texture. I have also replaced the eggs in a banana loaf and it came out light and delicious with no problems in rising. The buttermilk is however acidic so I use it mostly in recipes that have baking soda rather than baking powder. If a recipe has baking powder and baking soda I increase the baking soda a little and decrease the baking powder.
I put when baking a cake or other things like that apple sauce.... or you put 1/4 cup of oil... for 1 egg...
I bake without eggs all the time as my son is allergic to them. For most recipes you can simply substitute 1 tablespoon water and 1 tablespoon white vinegar combined with 1 teaspoon baking powder for each egg. I've found it to work in cakes, cupcakes, breads, etc.
This recipe is simple and easy clean up.
By Fred from Lincoln Park, MI