Vegan cooking means that you don't use any animal products in your recipes. So while traditionally most pastries have eggs, milk, and sometimes butter, a vegan cake doesn't have any of those ingredients. But that doesn't mean you can't make a delicious vegan cake! There are some vegan cake recipes where it is very important to replace eggs with a plant-based substitute. If you're looking for inspiration, check out this wonderful Pinterest board full of gorgeous vegan pastries.
There are a lot of recipes on the Internet, although this one is from the lady who inspired me to become vegan with her incredible desserts. Some vegan cake recipes have short and simple ingredient lists, while others need a lot of components to work. When it comes to vegan baking, it's important to ignore any strict ideas about what should or shouldn't be replaced. There are some very good vegan eggs available, such as Vegg or Vegan Egg, which are powders that are mixed with water to obtain a vegan beaten egg.
Likewise, there's no need to replace butter in a traditional cake recipe with vegan butter. Whether you're an experienced baker or a new one, there are plenty of vegan cake recipes out there for you to try. Ready-made filo dough is an excellent ingredient to have in the kitchen, and you can prepare impressive recipes such as this fillo pie or the vegan spanakopita. Many vegan baking bloggers include gluten-free options in their recipes, and many of the recipes in this post, such as aquafaba meringues, are no longer gluten-free.
When you have a beautiful vegan cake in your hands, you want to store and preserve it so that you can take advantage of its benefits for as long as possible. Galaxy frosting is a beautiful, bright way to cover a cake, created by mixing red and blue food coloring into the frosting and adding a little bit of edible glitter. Making a successful vegan cake doesn't have to be difficult! With the right ingredients and techniques, you can make delicious vegan cakes that everyone will love.