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    I made this today, very easy, and I think meets all your requirements:
    http://wellnourished.com.au/easy-healthy-cake/

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBug'sMum View Post
    I made this today, very easy, and I think meets all your requirements:
    http://wellnourished.com.au/easy-healthy-cake/
    That certainly does! Even better that I have everything on that list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBug'sMum View Post
    I made this today, very easy, and I think meets all your requirements:
    http://wellnourished.com.au/easy-healthy-cake/
    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    I'm not entirely sure about gelatin, but it is so easy to make a dairy free soy free cake. Just use a regular cake recipe - any cake recipe online, or your favourite chocolate cake, etc, and use almond, rice or oat milk, instead of cows milk, and nuttelex instead of butter. Most cake recipes can be made this way. 'Greens' brand plain chocolate or vanilla packet cake mixes are dairy free, as long as you make it with the oat, almond or rice milk. You would have to double check the box for traces of soy or gelatin. Good luck!
    I have gone with these 2. I did the greens one(which contains traces but I think traces are OK in this case because it is a very mild intolerance, it's mostly the diary I need to be careful of because that is an allergy) with nuttlex (which by the way the buttery one contains soy so I didn't get that one). But I also went with the other recipe because I had everything there anyway and really wanted to try it. I figured you can't often go wrong with packet mixes but if the "from scratch"recipe failed then I have a back up. I used egg for the packet mix but went egg replacer and sugar free using agave with the "from scratch one". But O M G! I could eat that raw batter as it is without baking it! Oh I also left the vanilla out because I realised last minute I didn't have any. Oh and I forgot to read ahead and just chucked it all in without reading to do fluffy egg white first. So we will see how they go.

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    I have made it without the fluffy egg white before and it worked okay! Not sure about egg replacer though. The one I made the other day I forgot about while it was in the oven, left it in for 1 hour rather than 20 mins, whoops! Still was edible, just a little dry, but added the citrus syrup and all good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBug'sMum View Post
    I have made it without the fluffy egg white before and it worked okay! Not sure about egg replacer though. The one I made the other day I forgot about while it was in the oven, left it in for 1 hour rather than 20 mins, whoops! Still was edible, just a little dry, but added the citrus syrup and all good!
    How do you know when it's cooked?

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    Just once it looks cooked on top, skewer comes out clean I think

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