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You don't need to be on a special diet of egg free to enjoy these delicious cakes. I have added three and there will be one to suit you all so they are all easy to cook so give it a go Chocolate Cherry Upside Down Pudding Serves 9 people =Ingredients= 275g/10oz Self Raising Flour 2 ... Read review

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Community Level 2Paeonie

Paeonie

Three for free Review with images

AdvantagesTaste as other cakes do

DisadvantagesPoor egg is redundant

"You don't need to be on a special diet of egg free to enjoy these delicious cakes. I have added three and there will be one to suit you all so they are all easy to cook so give it a go ==Chocolate Cherry Upside Down Pudding == Serves 9 people =Ingredients= 275g/10oz Self Raising Flour 2 x 400g/14oz tins Cherry Pie Filling 250g/9oz Caster Sugar 75g/3oz Cocoa Powder 360ml/12 fl.oz Water 120ml/4fl.oz. Vegetable Oil 60ml/2 fl.oz. Distilled ..." Read review
09.07.2007

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Community Level 2tinac59

tinac59

Egg Free Sponge Cake

AdvantagesGood For Those With Food Allergies

DisadvantagesPlain Ones Lack Taste

"Egg Free Sponge Birthday Cake: 6 oz self-raising flour with 1 level teasp baking powder OR plain flour with 3 level teaspoons baking powder 2 1/2 oz margarine 2 oz sugar 2 level tablespoons cocoa powder 1/4 pint milk Sift the flour and baking powder. Cream the marg and sugar until soft and light Gradually add the flour and cocoa powder then a little liquid. Continue like this until you have a smooth mixture. Add a little extra milk ..." Read review
22.11.2004

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Community Level 1karen24060

karen24060

Egg free cake

AdvantagesGreat for allergy sufferings

DisadvantagesDoes not rise as much as an egg free cake but still a yummy cake.

"My son is allergic to eggs but until recently did not even like a cake like texture. He is now thrilled that he can have a birthday cake and no longer feels like he is missing out. You can add 2 tbsp of cocoa powder if you want a chocolate cake and some melted chocolate on top. Yummy! 150g self raising flour tsp baking powder 75g margarine 50g sugar tbsp golden syrup (sometimes I use it, sometimes not) ¼ pint milk jam for filling Sift ..." Read review
11.02.2010

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Community Level 1sharonmurr...

sharonmurray2

Egg free Birthday cake

AdvantagesEGG free. I have often started baking and found I dont have any eggs this is a gr8 recipe

Disadvantagesnone I did add som vinilla essence to this recipe

"I used this Recipe for a birthday cake for my daughters 5th birthday as there was a little girl coming with egg allergy. I was SO surprised at this cake. it is realy delisious and light and tasty. I did double the recipe to fill the cake tin but did get 12 mini cakes out of that. gr8 recipe. Also egg free Scones Scones Sift together 2 lbs (907g) Self Raising Flour 1 teaspoon Baking Power 4 oz (113g) Sugar 8 oz (227g) Margarine at room temp Enough ..." Read review
19.03.2011

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Community Level 05T1J8B

Quick review of Egg-Free Sponge Cake

"i reduced cooking time by 10 mins as i was useing a fan oven, great result. great cake. at last my grandaughter can have a decent cake for her parties
02.07.2007

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