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Chocolate Cake Recipe for Those Allergic to Eggs- Easy to Make!

Updated on November 2, 2015

Choco Cake


A little note.

Hey everyone I sure hope that you all are enjoying my recipe hubs and are finding each and everyone of them to be good for you and your family and friends. I sure do enjoy posting them and sharing with everyone else. Some of these recipes I make a little more often then others and some of them I only make once or twice a year. It just depends on the mood that I am in and what holidays I want to make them for. This recipe I have only tried once or twice because this year I had almost forgot what my husbands birthday was and needed to make a cake in a hurry and found this recipe but realized I had to make a few adjustments because I still didn't have all the ingredients needed. I wasn't toooo sure about a cake mix without any eggs in it and when my husband seen it he thought for sure I had called his mother to get a recipe... Oh yeah sure, I called my mother in law to get a recipe from her that I have never tried and you don't even like?? Sure that's what I did. So Anyway I found a recipe and altered it and it came out great. That in fact a few days later after not even being covered..(I tend to get lazy towards the end of the day) and forget to even put it in the container and came back for it a little while longer and it tasted soo good.. It was moist and delicious. I enjoyed every minute of it and I don't even eat most of the sweets that I end up baking. So that's a little bit of a note from me. I sure do hope that everything is turning out with your recipes and you are enjoying them. Thanks For visiting my page and come back often as I add more and more recipes throughout the days and weeks following. Please be sure to stop by some of our supporters to see all sorts of other things that you might come across.


These are the ingredients that you will need and have gathered before you start the recipe to make sure that things go smoothly while preparing the cake mix and to allow less time preparing. Thanks

3 1/4 cups all purpose flour
2 Cups White sugar
1 Teaspoon Salt
2 teaspoons Baking soda
3/4 of a cup of UNSWEETENED Baking COCOA Powder
3/4 Of a cup of vegtable oil.
2 Tablespoons of lemon juice.
2 teaspoons of vanilla
2 Cups of cold water.


Sift your flour thoroughly to make sure that no clumps are in your mix and then set aside in a bowl. Add the sugar, baking soda and salt and baking cocoa and stir together. Once you have mixed all your dry ingredientsĀ  slowly mix in the lemon juice and oil and water, Once you have mixed these ingredients add in the vanilla and mix for 2 minutes on medium speed. You will have to mix it for at least this amount of time to make sure that you have whipped it up good so that it will allow it to be moist and fluffy.

I know what you are thinking.. Who would add lemon juice to the recipe isn't that going to make the cake taste funny? No not really. You wont even taste it in your cake, I didn't know myself what it was for until I spoke with my hubby about it and he told me that the acid in the cake with the baking soda would allow the cake to rise and that's what it was needed for. At first he thought that maybe I had added some yeast to the recipe to make it rise until he heard what was all in it and knew right off the bat what it was for. I sure wish he could teach me more and more things, Usually he is the one who likes to do all the baking and cooking so very seldom do I get to try something without him leaning over my shoulder trying to tell me what and how to do things. How can I learn if I don't first try it.That's what I think until I try something really nasty the first time and then I will be like why didn't you tell me how to do it. If we were ever to come into some money I would love to open our own business and make pizzas and wings and cakes and desserts...One day maybe it will come true.


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    • tona37211 profile imageAUTHOR

      Tonya Kirkpatrick 

      8 years ago from Nashville TN

      This makes a 9 X 13 inch cake pan. Sorry I should have added it.

    • tona37211 profile imageAUTHOR

      Tonya Kirkpatrick 

      9 years ago from Nashville TN

      The usual 350 degree's sorry bout that.

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      9 years ago

      what temperature do you bake the cake?

    • tona37211 profile imageAUTHOR

      Tonya Kirkpatrick 

      9 years ago from Nashville TN

      Sorry bout that...I believe it is for 35 minutes

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      9 years ago



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