My daughter suffers severe allergies to many products including dairy, egg, nut and soy. I prepare this recipe excluding the chocolate chips and end up with a lovely, moist cake which doesn't need frosting and keeps for a couple of days (if it gets the chance). I've cooked the batter in every shaped pan imaginable, including a shaped birthday cake for my daughter, without any problems. Obviously the cooking times varies slightly depending on the pan. It even works well in muffin tins or patty pans - these are great to keep in the freezer! Our favorite way to serve it is to cook it in a fluted ring tin, when cool fill the centre hole with with berries or cherries and dust with icing sugar. It lookes as luscious as it tastes. Most family and friends who know about my daughter's allergies cannot believe this cake is allergy friendly, and many use the recipe themselves. In addition, while it may not be fat free, it is easily made cholesterol free by using the right kind of oil. A thousand "thank you's" to the person who submitted this recipe - you've ensured that we have an option for a delicious cake for a little girl whose diet is restricted in so many ways.
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My daughter suffers severe allergies to many products including dairy, egg, nut and soy. I...