If you're looking for egg-free recipes or you're on an eggless diet, you've come to the right place. We've got lots of delicious recipes to choose from including egg-free carrot cake, eggless chocolate cookies and more!
If you’re looking for egg-free recipes or you’re on an eggless diet, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got lots of delicious recipes to choose from including egg-free carrot cake, eggless chocolate cookies and more!
Cutting egg from your diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out on your favourite treats. This round-up of eggless cakes and bakes is sure to inspire and get you baking up a storm in the kitchen.
Some of our favourite egg-free recipes include a rich dark chocolate mousse, an apple and cinnamon bundt cake and not forgetting our show-stopping, gluten-free and egg-free chocolate layer cake.
Click through to see all of our delicious eggless cake and bake recipes…
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Not only are these carrot cake bites egg-free, they’re also sugar-free too! Made with apple puree and spiced with ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg, these soft little bakes are perfect shared with friends and served with a cuppa.
So this chocolate mousse might not be considered a cake or a bake but it’s so delicious we just had to share – plus it’s eggless too, which is pretty rare for such a rich mousse. This easy pud is made with cream, dark chocolate, butter and a hint of brandy.
These easy to make chocolate chip cookies are made with almond milk, cocoa powder and dark chocolate chips making them rich and moreish. No eggs are used in this recipe as ground flaxseeds are used instead.
Impress your friends and family with this next show stopper serving 12-14 people. The soft dark chocolate sponge is sandwiched together with a thick layer of cream and fresh berries and takes only 25 mins to cook.
These raw brownie bites taste just like a brownie but ditch the sugar and chocolate for dates and raw cocao powder instead, making them a healthy snack or packed lunch treat. They’re egg-free too – even better!
This bundt cake really does taste as good as it looks made with apple puree and sultanas. It’s sweet and moist and doesn’t contain a single egg!
This next recipe by Fiona Cairns is a rich, moist and delicious soft sponged cake decorated with fresh raspberries – the perfect eggless cake for special occasions!
This creamy tiramisu is not only egg-free, but is super speedy to whip up too. Infused with coffee, Irish cream and layered with double cream, sponge fingers and dark chocolate – what’s not to love about this dessert?
Get the kids to help you make these mouth-watering chocolate oat cookies. The oats in this recipe give these cookies a crumbly texture but the butter and golden syrup make them sweet and gooey.
This rich no-bake chocolate torte is egg-free but certainly not flavour free! Made with double cream, chocolate and dark rum, this dessert is sure to become a favourite.
The kids are going to love this easy to make chocolate buttons slice. You only need 5 ingredients to make this tray bake. Ready in just 45 mins this delicious bake is a really simple treat for the kids without an egg in sight.
These chocolate and honeycomb biscuits have a surprise crunch made by adding crushed honeycomb chocolate to the mix. The dark chocolate and the honeycomb work wonders together to make a delicious afternoon treat or egg-free food gift.
If you love banana you really must try this delicious gluten-free and sugar-free banana cake. This cake is perfect for those who have a lot of dietary requirements, be it gluten-free or eggless. It doesn’t miss out on any flavour though and is just as delicious as a classic banana cake.
This sweet dessert is really easy to make and can be whipped up in just 30 mins before popping into the fridge to set. This strawberry yogurt mousse cake uses fresh strawberries, Greek yogurt and double cream to make one moreish cake.
This basic egg-free cake is perfect for beginners. It’s a really easy base recipe that you can then adapt to suit you and your family’s taste buds. Why not add some lemon zest and juice to the mix to give it a burst of citrus flavour?