Basic Eggless Vanilla Cake Recipe | Egg-free Baking | Vanilla Cake without eggs

A basic vanilla cake is a canvas, to paint your imagination.  A basic vanilla cake is a like your marble stone, to carve and sculpt with your vision.  You can add different flavors to your vanilla cake batter, or divide batter to add different colors to each portion to bake into a colorful cake.  You can fill your basic vanilla cake layers with numerous kinds of fillings, and decorate it with various kinds of frostings.  There's so much you can do.

In this post, I will share with you one of the recipes to bake your own egg-free homemade vanilla cake from scratch along with an FAQ on possible mistakes, substitutions, and suggestions.
eggless vanilla cake recipe

Eggless Vanilla Cake with Blueberry Filling and Whipped Cream Frosting

While I had become really obsessed about baking and frosting cupcakes since last year, there were times when I made some simple cakes.  For no occasion, really.  Just wanted to see a simple and pretty cake.

One day, I had some heavy cream leftover.  Some blueberries that needed to be used up.  And some time on hand.  So I made this eggless vanilla cake with blueberry filling with whipped cream frosting.

Frosting Recipes for Cakes and Cupcakes | Buttercream, Ganache, Whipped Cream

Like clothes are to humans, icings are to cakes.  You could wear plain clothes for everyday use, and decorate cakes with a simple layer of icing.  Or you could get decked up, beautiful clothes, jewelry, et al, and adorn your cakes with some roses, leaves, sprinkles, et al.  Bad analogy, but you get the point.

In this post I'm going to share how you can make some basic and different frostings for cakes, which similarly can be used for cupcakes.  And these frostings are super easy to make.

A few things I MUST say: there is NO fixed recipe for a frosting.  That's exactly why you see variations in everyone's recipes.  It absolutely depends on your taste and your liking.  You don't like overly sweet vanilla buttercream frosting?  Use lesser sugar.  You like a thinner buttercream frosting instead of thicker?  Use a little more milk.  You want a thicker ganache?  Use less milk.  You want a sweeter whipped cream?  Add more sugar.

You can always adjust the consistency, taste, and color of your frosting, while understanding the concept of how the frosting works.  Ganache needs hot milk whereas a Whipped Cream needs cold milk.  Buttercream frosting can be whipped for longer, but you have to stop precisely at stiff peak stage for Whipped Cream.  There is a big difference.

Let's begin.
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