Looking for DAIRY FREE Dessert/Cake Recipes!

  1. Trying to come up with some desserts and cakes for a little something where there are lactose intolerant ppl.

    NEed YUMMY :drool:recipes for cakes (much preferred) or other desserts that have no diary.

    Eggs are Ok but no milk, butter, cheese etc....

    someone said that you can make a very moist and yummy devil's food cake with no diary but i couldn't find such a recipe on the net...

    Any to share ? THANKS!!!
  2. Via google, I found this recipe but haven't tried it myself (can't cook or bake). Have you seen this before?

    Dairy free devils food cake



    All my daughter's sophisticated friends LOVED this birthday cake. It
    came wondrously close to the devil's food cake my mother used to make
    from the 1922 Fanny Farmer cookbook--a taste that has remained like
    Proust's madeleine in my memory of all that is wonderful about having a
    birthday. I made it in a Vitamix. I'm sure any blender would do as well,
    or do it by hand.

    4 eggs
    1/2 c. shortening (I used Crisco for the first time in a cake!!)
    1 1/2c. buttermilk or sour milk (for non-dairy: I used 1 1/2 c.
    water plus 3/8 c. soy powder and 2 tsp. cider vinegar)
    1 tsp gf vanilla extract (or use vanilla'd sugar)
    1 1/2 c. sugar (this is too much for my taste; I use about 1 c of
    vanilla sugar, i.e., sugar in which a vanilla bean has been
    1/2 c. cocoa
    1 1/2 tsp baking soda
    1/2 tsp baking powder (use 2 tsp if you use non-wheat flour)
    1/2 tsp Xanthan gum
    1/2 tsp salt
    3/4 c. corn starch, 1/4 c. potato starch, 1/3 c.
    each of peanut (or other nut flour) and sweet potato
    flour. (Total of 1 and 2/3 cups flour)

    Place eggs, shortening, buttermilk, vanilla, sugar and cocoa in
    blender. Blend 'til light and fluffy. Stop machine, add other dry
    ingredients, and blend, or mix in a bowl.
    Bake till done (depending on the size and shape of the pan at 350
    in a generously greased and floured pan.
    I used a simple glaze of orange juice and confectioner's sugar.
  3. wooo thanks gal!!

    i'll give it a try... i wonder how well the cake will turn out with soy powder.... Mmmmmm

    I was ideally looking for one where i could bake it without substituting for diary products rather than substituting

    i'm getting hungry now... i want choc cake!! LOL
  4. I have struggled to find a good, decent dairy-free cheesecake recipe and this (excuse the pun) takes the cake!

    The recipe can be found on this website: http://www.bettaliving.org/Recipes/chocolate_cheesecake.html

    I used a dairy-free caramel flavored choc block and it gave an almost butterscotch flavor. I doubled the recipe too, because it's too good not to go back for seconds! :biggrin: