These recipes are vegan, so contain no dairy or eggs. If you can tolerate dairy products, substitute regular milk for the milk substitutes in the recipes. Note that some of the recipes contain nuts or other allergens and may not be suitable if you have multiple food allergies.
Fruit and Spice Cakes
Lemon Poppy Seed Cake (from Allergy-Proof Recipes for Kids)
Cakes for Breakfast or Brunch
Vegan King Cake (for Mardi Gras)
Adapting Your Favorite Cake Recipe
Not all cake recipes can be adapted to be egg-free and still retain their taste and structure. Angel food cake, which relies on egg whites for its airiness, will not work well with an egg substitute. Other cakes that use large numbers of eggs – Aunt Bev’s pound cake with a dozen eggs, for example – won’t taste the same if you use a egg substitute.
However, most cake recipes are pretty forgiving and can be adapted to be egg-free fairly easily. The key is figuring out the right egg substitute to use for each cake. A dense, nutty spice cake may do well with flax seed gel or applesauce, while a fluffy chocolate cake will work better with a baking powder and oil combination.