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Dairy free birthday cake

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Roskva Mon 23-Jul-07 17:57:40

Does anyone have a tried and tested foolproof recipe? I would like to make dd a birthday cake she can actually eat!

flossie64 Mon 23-Jul-07 18:14:50

whisked sponge, can be flavoured chocolate.
3x eggs
140g caster sugar
75g plain flour

Grease and line your tin
Whisk eggs & sugar until thick enough to leave a trail
Fold in seived flour
Bake 190C gas 5 30-40 mins
until cake springs back when pressed

MrsBadger Mon 23-Jul-07 18:20:37

I am lazy so would do a normal Victoria sponge with non-dairy marg

Or there's Nigella's Party Cake:
Whisk 6 egg yolks with 200g caster sugar till creamy, fold in 200g ground almonds and the zest of a lemon.
Whisk 6 egg whites in a anotehr bowl, beat a spoonful of white into the yolks and then fold the rest in gently.
Pour into a 1.5l tin (she uses a brioche tin but I don't have one so use a ring mould thing) and bake 1hr 160 C

she also does a clementine version

Ceolas Mon 23-Jul-07 18:28:21

My DD is allergic to milk and I just do a normal sponge with dairy-free marg as MrsB suggests. Either Pure or Vitalite work well for baking.

Sparks Mon 23-Jul-07 18:29:02

I make this every year for my dds class at school and it always goes down well.

Chocolate sponge

Beat until very light - 3 egg yolks
Gradually beat in 200g sifted sugar
Beat in 60 ml hot water

Sift together 100g plain flour, 25g cocoa powder, 2 teaspoons baking powder

Add the sifted ingredients gradually to the yolk mixture. Stir until blended.

Whisk 3 egg whites until stiff. Fold into batter.

Bake at 180C for 35-45 mins

Roskva Mon 23-Jul-07 19:21:40

sounds scrummy - I think I might have to do a trial run. Thanks, everyone

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