eggless cupcake recipe

Eggless Cupcake Recipe | How to Make Cupcakes Without Eggs

How to Make Cupcakes Without Eggs

Fluffy, soft, spongy cupcakes with the flavor of vanilla, made with the most easily available ingredients, are eggless vanilla cupcakes and this is a recipe for the best eggless cupcakes. I love to use this eggless cupcake recipe to celebrate any occasion. The best part is that this recipe doesn’t call for any eggs, nor does it call for any condensed milk or yogurt. Milk along with vinegar is used in place of eggs. And the result is such that it is hard to believe that the cupcakes are eggless. I mean, cupcakes can’t get better than this. This eggless vanilla cupcake recipe is simple without any special ingredients or equipment. In this post, you can find how to make cupcakes without eggs along with step by step pictures and a complete recipe video.

Eggless Cupcake Recipe- Ingredients:

Eggless cupcake recipe calls for:

Flour: All-purpose flour and cornflour have been used to make eggless cupcakes. If you are short of cornflour you can use all-purpose flour instead.

Baking powder, baking soda, and salt: Make sure to check the goodness of these ingredients, I mean of baking powder and baking soda. How to check baking powder and baking soda have been explained in the forthcoming topics in this post.

Milk and vinegar: Basically, buttermilk is called for in many eggless cake recipes. However, in place of buttermilk, milk plus vinegar is used. I have personally never used buttermilk in any cake recipe. In case you do not have vinegar, you can use lemon juice.

Oil and sugar: I have tried a number of eggless cupcake recipes. Most of the recipes called for too much sugar and at the end, as in after frosting the cake, I found the cake to be too sweet. However, this recipe gave aptly sweet cupcakes. I have used oil. I have never tried this recipe with butter. You can try it with melted butter too. It should work.

How to check baking powder is active?

Take ½ of a teaspoon of baking powder in a bowl and add ¼ cup of hot water. The solution should bubble up. If it doesn’t, it has gone bad.

How to check baking soda is active?

Take ½ tsp of baking soda in a bowl or plate. Add ½ tsp vinegar or lemon juice. It should fizz. If it doesn’t, get a new one.

Difference between cupcake and muffin:

Well, often used in the incorrect context, the two are quite different from each other.

  • Muffins can be sweet or savory, whereas cupcakes are sweet, very sweet.
  • Muffins have a crusty top whereas cupcakes have a smooth and flat top.
  • Muffins are not frosted, and if at all, very rarely. Cupcakes are always frosted or decorated.

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How to serve eggless cupcakes?

Frost the cuppies with your favorite or sprinkles and serve it as a dessert.

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Eggless Cup Cake Recipe

1.This recipe makes 6 standard sized cupcakes.

eggless cupcake recipe

2.Preparations: Make sure all the ingredients are ready. Line a muffin tray with cup cake liners. Pre-heat the oven to 180°C (160°C in case of convection or fan oven).

eggless cupcake recipe

3.Take 1 cup milk.

eggless cupcake recipe

4.Add 1 tbsp vinegar.

eggless cupcake recipe

5.Stir it.

eggless cupcake recipe

6.Keep aside for 5-7 minutes.

eggless cupcake recipe

7.For the dry ingredients, place a large sieve over a large mixing bowl.

eggless cupcake recipe

8.Add 1 and ¼ cup of all-purpose flour (maida).

eggless cupcake recipe

9.Followed by 2 tbsp of cornflour.

eggless cupcake recipe

10.Add 1 tsp baking powder.

eggless cupcake recipe

11.Next add in 1/4 tsp plus 1/8 tsp of baking soda.

eggless cupcake recipe

12.Also add in 1/4 tsp of salt.

eggless cupcake recipe

13.Sieve it.

eggless cupcake recipe

14.Once again sieve it.

eggless cupcake recipe

15.Keep it aside for now.

eggless cupcake recipe

16.In another mixing bowl add 1/3 cup of oil.

eggless cupcake recipe

17.Add ¾ cup powdered sugar.

eggless cupcake recipe

18.Mix well.

eggless cupcake recipe

19.Also add in 1 tsp of vanilla essence.

eggless cupcake recipe

20.Continue to mix.

eggless cupcake recipe

21.Mix till absolutely creamy.

eggless cupcake recipe

22.Add the dry ingredients in the oil and sugar mixture. Add approximately 1/3 of it. The idea is to add in batches.

eggless cupcake recipe

23.Also add approximately ½ of the milk and vinegar mixture.

eggless cupcake recipe

24.Mix gently.

eggless cupcake recipe

25.Add another batch of dry ingredients.

eggless cupcake recipe

26.Also add in milk and vinegar mixture.

eggless cupcake recipe

27.Add in the remaining dry ingredients.

eggless cupcake recipe

28.Mix. Do not over mix.

eggless cupcake recipe

29.Pour the cake batter in the liners.

eggless cupcake recipe

30.Fill up to 2/3.

eggless cupcake recipe

31.Bake at 180°C (160°C in case of convection or fan oven) for 15-18 minutes. Check by inserting a toothpick. Let the cupcakes cool for a minute.

eggless cupcake recipe

32.Transfer on a wired rack. Let these cool completely.

eggless cupcake recipe

33.Frost the cupcakes with your favorite frosting. Bon appetite!

eggless cupcake recipe

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