Cakes and Ice Cream Recipes

Posted on: Wed, 03/03/1999 - 5:29am
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Welcome to a world of egg-free, peanut-free, nut free recipes!

Chocolate Cake

Posted on: Tue, 07/20/1999 - 5:57am
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My three year old son is allergic to both egg and peanut. Over the years i have collected a few really great eggless recipes. I know how difficult it is to come up with
something that all your guests will like at a birthday party. I have a recipe for a chocolate cake that my non-allergic family members and friends always request. I have tried many of the food allergy network recipes , but they are for the milk allergic. [url="http://WWW.cookierecipe.com"]http://WWW.cookierecipe.com[/url] has many eggless cookie recipes. I also have a chocolate sugar cookie recipe that is great.If you call hershey's they will send you recipes. They have several really good eggless recipes I have tried the fudge pudding cake, a quick chocolate cupcake, frosting and pudding. The recipe is as follows:
3 cups of all purpose flour
2 cups of sugar
1/2 cup of hershey's cocoa
2 teaspoons of baking soda
1 teaspoon of salt
2/3 cup of vegetable oil (i use canola oil)
2 teaspoons of white vinegar
2 cups of cold water
homemade buttercream chocolate frosting
Heat oven to 350, grease and flour 2- 9 inch round pans. Mix flour, sugar. cocoa, baking soda and salt in large bowl. Mix oil vinegar and vanilla . stir oil mixture into
flour mixture very quickly. pour into pans. bake for 35 minutes.
goodluck, patty

Posted on: Thu, 09/30/1999 - 1:50am
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So can I assume from your recipes that cocoa is safe (ie, peanut free?) I was always told that chocolate products have a risk of cross-contamination from peanuts.

Posted on: Mon, 10/04/1999 - 1:05pm
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Here is a link to another thread on these boards about cocoa
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Posted on: Wed, 10/06/1999 - 2:47am
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Thanks, Chris, that link was extremely helpful.

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