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    Default Dairy free, soy free and gelatine free celebration cake recipe please

    OK so I need a cake recipe or something that can be used as a birthday cake that is dairy free, soy free and gelatine free which also does not contain raw egg (ie royal icing). If I can't do a cake that meets these requirements then I can't have a birthday cake.

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    Does the magic bean cake meet the requirements hang on

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    No. It's got butter in it. I know some recipes just don't work well with a butter substitute.

    Unless someone else has tried it successfully.

    Im having a combined birthday with someone else who has basically said no cake unless it meets those requirements.

    Because.. There is a dairy allergy and soy intolerance but only if ingested, and no gelatine for religious reasons. Oh and we are getting too old for birthday cake..

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    I use nutulex for dd. I can't remember if that's dairy free haha!! Whoops. It works well and sometimes I just substitute olive oil as I don't like using butter.
    @Elijahs Mum she's the health guru

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    http://allrecipes.com.au/recipe/1751...late-cake.aspx

    That looks like it ticks all the boxes?

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    I like Teresa Cutters (The healthy chef) recipes. She has quite a few cake recipes in her site. Or Quirky Cooking but most of her stuff is Thermomix.

    Last resort you could make a watermelon cake.

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    Default Dairy free, soy free and gelatine free celebration cake recipe please

    Crazy Cake might fit the bill.

    http://www.sweetlittlebluebird.com/2...-eggs.html?m=1

    ETA: whoops, looks like it may be the same cake Curby suggested

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    You could make a sponge cake or pavlova and decorate it with a fruit coulis, or make an icing using a dairy free margarine.

    Depending on where you live some cake decorating shops have a product called 'whip N Ice' or ' Rich N Smooth' these are a mock cream product that you whip up.
    that should meet your criteria?

    And for the record your never too old for birthday cake!
    (I've made more than a few cakes for people that are 80+ years old to disprove your friends theory 😉)

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    Default Dairy free, soy free and gelatine free celebration cake recipe please

    Yep nuttlex is vegan ( dairy, soy and gluten free) or just substitute butter in any recipe with coconut oil

    You can make a butter cream icing with nuttlex ( just nuttlex, icing sugar and water)
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