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Forget the PSL, Here’s Why Pear Should Be a Coffee Flavor

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Pears are just as good as pumpkins when it comes to coffee

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What about a different PSL?

Once fall comes around, everyone goes crazy over the PSL. Ever since the Pumpkin Spice Latte became a thing, pumpkin has evolved into a fall trademark, resulting in nearly every product being offered in pumpkin spice options.

Considering Halloween is in October, we understand why pumpkins correlate with fall. We also aren’t knocking the pumpkin in general, for there are tons of great recipes you can make with it. What we’re wondering is, why is everyone neglecting the pear?

No, you can’t make a jack-o’-lantern out of a pear, but it’s still a fall fruit. In fact, there’s a plenty of tasty recipes you can make using a pear, which in our opinion, makes it just as desirable as a pumpkin.

Where’s the “pear syrup” at Starbucks? What about the PSL “number two”? (P meaning pear, of course.) If you’re not convinced that pears are just as good as pumpkins, taste is only the beginning.

First things first, forget the picking, cutting, and carving — pears are way easier to use than pumpkins. They’re smaller and softer, which means you can cook with them easily. They’re also unique in flavor, which gives them the ability to be combined with a number of things. Have you ever thought about preparing a pear and apple coffeecake? Or what about a pear smoothie? If there’s a recipe available for cakes and smoothies, there should be a pear latte.

The PSL is delicious, but it’s time Starbucks tried something a little different. Who’s with us?

The accompanying slideshow is provided by Emily Jacobs.


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake


Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

This Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is a super moist eggless chocolate cake recipe. Perfect for icing and frosting purposes. This easy chocolate cake is just like a sponge that soaks in all the goodness while stacking it up with more flavors. It is a no butter recipe with the perfect balance of fluffy chocolate flavors.

So, if you are in search of an excellent eggless sponge cake recipe that is quick and easy to make and that can be used for all you frosted cake projects, this is the one. It is truly the best eggless chocolate sponge cake recipe you will come across. This easy chocolate cake recipe takes just a few minutes to make as a result, I always recommend having this recipe in your little recipe book

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

ABOUT THIS EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPE

First of all, this sponge cake is light & fluffy just like a piece of sponge

Secondly, it is easy to make, hassle-free and can be made in one bowl itself

Moreover, this recipe has no eggs, no butter but yet full of flavor

This Homemade chocolate cake recipe can be used for all you cream cake projects or any frosted cake project

This recipe does not contain eggs or butter but very basic ingredients, as a result, this cake stays well for a longer period of time as compared to other chocolate sponge cakes. It has very few basic ingredients as a result, it a recipe with very less expense

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake

First of all, Indian bakers are always in search of good foolproof cake recipes that are eggless and more over budget friendly. Thus, this is one recipe that stands high up there. It is really easy and quick and perfect for every chocolate cake adventure you plan on. This sponge goes well with most flavors and filling. As a result, I’m sure you would save this one after giving it a try.

Secondly, one common question I get asked is why do you have recipes with egg and not eggless on your blog being an Indian baker in India.

Well, I just believe in serving the best up here.

WHY THIS CAKE RECIPE OVER THE OTHER CHOCOLATE CAKE RECIPES

So, to me, it’s not about egg or eggless but about the texture, flavor, and goodness of the dish. As a result, only when I feel the recipe is perfect it comes up here. However, many of my baker friends kept asking for cake recipes that were eggless and super fluffy. So I decided to work on this. My recipe for an Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake is really fabulous. I’m normally not an eggless fan but this one got me drooling over goodness.

Moreover, it’s perfect when used as a base cake for whipped cream cakes, with various frostings and fillings.

In conclusion, I would not recommend using this as a base cake under fondant as fondant is heavy and this cake is really light and may not take the weight of the fondant and the heavy decor work

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

LET’S TALK INGREDIENTS

Why oil and no butter ??

Firstly, butter cakes are heavy, oil cakes are light. The texture of oil-based cakes are more fluffy however, the butter ones are heavy. I recommend using butter based cakes for your fondant cake projects, they are heavier, as a result, they are able to carry the weight of the fondant easily

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder or natural cocoa powder??

Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder. It also gives a nice bright dark chocolate color to the cake as compared to natural cocoa powder.

Should we add water or milk to the cake batter??

In conclusion, you may come across the same recipe which sometimes contains milk and sometimes contains water. I’ve tried both and feel that the recipe which contains water instead of milk are lighter. Milk-based is 10% tastier but not as light & fluffy as the same cake made with cold water

Eggless chocolate sponge cake

Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake Recipe

Ingredients

Dry ingredients
  • All-purpose flour: 1 ½ cups
  • Baking soda: 1 teaspoon
  • Castor sugar: 1 cup
  • Dutch-processed unsweetened cocoa powder: 3 tablespoons
  • salt: ¼ teaspoon
Wet Ingredients
  • Cold water, refrigerated: 1 cup
  • Unflavored cooking oil: 7 tablespoons
  • Vanilla Essence: 1 ½ teaspoon
  • White Vinegar: 1 tablespoon

Instructions:

  • Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well
  • Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add all the wet ingredients
  • Using a whisk, combine all of it together making sure there are no lumps
  • Line a 7-inch baking dish with parchment paper and add the batter to the dish
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 40 to 50 mins or until an inserted skewer comes out dry

Recipe Card – Eggless Chocolate Sponge Cake