Vegan Chocolate Cake

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Vegan Chocolate Cake

Post: #432 angelbabe
Thu Dec 23, 2004 6:49 pm

VEGAN CHOCOLATE CAKE

300g self raising flour
3 level tsp baking powder
50g cocoa powder
250g caster sugar
1tsp vanilla essence
9 tbsp sunflower oil
250 ml orange juice
100ml water
1 orange zested

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another Chocolate Cake recipe

Post: #481 angelbabe
Fri Dec 31, 2004 4:16 pm

Fat free yummy Vegan Chocolate Cake


50 grams of Green and Blacks cocoa

150 grams Organic Self Raising Flour

150 grams Organic brown sugar

1 pinch of salt

1 tin of prunes (pitted)

A drop of vanilla essence



Drain the prunes, and then mix all the ingredients (should be fairly moist- so gradually add the prune juice but it shouldn’t be sloppy! Sorry this isn’t too precise I'm a bit of an intuitive cook!)

Pour in to 2 greased sandwich tins, cook on gas Mark 5 for about 20 mins or until firm.


I usually make a topping using a bar of melted Green and Blacks chocolate (whatever flavour is your favourite!) mixed with some icing sugar to thicken.



This cake is yummy, sweet and keeps you regular!! ♥
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Post: #483 Andy Hamilton
Fri Dec 31, 2004 6:27 pm

Cheers Angel babe (rachel) as you can see your recipes ar3e recipes of the month for January. nice one :andy:
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