Eggless Chocolate Cake How-to Video


Many vegetarians and vegans often miss out on holiday cakes because they are made with eggs. Here is a wonderfully simple recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Cake where you won’t even miss the eggs. It’s also great for those watching their cholesterol. It’s perfect for the holidays…Enjoy!

For the detailed recipe, click HERE.

0 thoughts on “Eggless Chocolate Cake How-to Video

  1. Hi,
    I love all ur recipes and have tried most.I am so happy that none of it failed. I am very interested in icing the cake…can u make some videos on that..
    Thanks
    Sree

  2. very easy way but at the ebd can v put chocolate icecreaam around any ways my garandmom loved the cake they could’nt believe it was without eggs thx a lot anuja aunty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<3

  3. Hello ladies,
    I used this recipe for baking a birthday cake for my 2 year old Grandson who cannot tolerate eggs. I found it very easy to make…and I baked it on the lower shelf of my Aga oven for 45 minutes with baking parchment covering the top to prevent burning. The results were really good. The whole family was delighted and couldn’t believe that the cake did not contain eggs.
    Thankyou,
    Carol.

  4. hi i’m 12 yr old i the recipe u told is very easy
    all i wanna know is that at wht temperature do we have to keep the cake in
    like we hav preheat it at 350 degree
    so plzzz reply me soon….
    thx
    and the cake was very tasty.

    1. Hi Vaibhavi,
      The oven is pre-heated at 350 degrees Fahrenheit (approx 180 degrees Celsius) and then the cake is baked at the same temperature for about 30 minutes.
      Hope that helps and happy baking 🙂

  5. Hi CK,

    Sorry to hear that your cake did not come out well. Temperatures sometimes vary from oven to oven. You might try reducing the oven teperature and increasing the time a little bit. Also, baking is a science unlike other types of cooking. Make sure to use the exact measurements in the recipe.
    Good Luck!

  6. I tried this one. Here is what happened to mine. The edges were crusty, the center flat and the inside not done completely 🙁 Any tips for my next baking attempt?

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