Recipe by Carol
"This cake is for those of you who have allergies. When my kids were small they developed an allergy against all dairy products, and then gradually outgrew them."
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packed brown sugar
2 1/4 cups
sifted cake flour
1 1/4 teaspoons
It was my mom's birthday, who is medicated for high cholesterol, and my sister, who has recently determined she is lactose intolerant, was joining us for dinner. Hmmm...cholesterol-free, low-fat, dairy-free cake...sounds...icky. However, I made this cake. It took an incredibly short amount of time to prepare, and I had most of the ingredients in my kitchen (and others are inexpensive and easy to find). I put it on a wicker "plate" and decorated it with flowers and it looked like a little country birthday cake. IT WAS A HIT! Everyone in my family had multiple servings and wanted the recipe.
The flavor is good, but the cake was too dry for me.
This cake was delicious. I am glad to see a recipe for those with allergies that actually tastes GOOD! This was the first cake I ever made and It turned out looking great, tasted great, and smelled great too. The batter was yummy. I baked this cake for 55 minutes and it was slightly dry. Next time I will try 50 minutes and it should be perfect! This recipe was great but I would not really call it a cake. To me it was more like a dessert bread. It was baked in a loaf pan and it seemed like a sweet bread instead of a cake. Maybe next time I could double the ingredients and put it in a round cake pan to seem more like an actual cake.
My whole family loved this cake.
I have been using this receipe for years and for the holidays I add fruitcake mix and plenty of nuts. I beats boughten fruitcake
This cake was surprisingly good, I'm glad I made it! I followed the directions, and chose not to add the almonds, although I did add the almond extract.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Eggless, Milkless, Butterless Cake II
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 335
** Calories from Fat: 87
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