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Where To Buy Vegan Chocolate Cake


This is the easiest and The Best Vegan Chocolate Cake, made with plant-based pantry-staple ingredients for a dense, rich espresso-spiked chocolate flavor with a secret ingredient----sweet potatoes and topped with light and fluffy chocolate buttercream frosting. Just delicious! Gluten-free, Cake Mix, + Cupcake options.




where to buy vegan chocolate cake



Who doesn't love chocolate cake? Especially when it's totally mouthwatering with ultra-rich chocolate. Whether it's for a birthday, Valentine's Day, or a regular Tuesday night, it's never a bad time for a slice of fudgy cake with plenty of frosting and this Best Vegan Chocolate Cake. This recipe is Dairy-free, Egg-free, and has a Gluten-free option- Trust me, even 'non-vegans' are totally fooled, licking their fingers and asking for seconds after they taste this vegan cake!


Specifically, this vegan chocolate cake is made using common cake ingredients like all-purpose flour, baking powder, vanilla extract, and sugar. Though eggs are frequently used in baked goods like cakes, this chocolate cake recipe is totally egg-free and plant-based. Don't worry, it's still got that most rich cake-y texture.


For this tasty vegan chocolate cake recipe, I've used almond milk as a dairy-free alternative to replacing dairy milk. Almond milk is a light plant-based 1:1 alternative to dairy milk that does not carry an overpowering taste of almonds that translates into the finished cake product.


The frosting on this cake is an airy, light, and fluffy chocolate dairy-free buttercream. Even without any dairy, it's incredibly rich and airy. You'll want to keep this frosting on hand for all of your vegan baking projects. Here's what you need:


Because this cake doesn't rely on eggs or dairy, there are a few steps that are slightly different from your typical cake-making process to ensure that this vegan chocolate cake comes out completely MOIST + SOFT:


Whether you choose to make the batter of this chocolate cake from scratch or with cake mix, you won't be disappointed. Simply implement a few teaks and you'll enjoy this cake as if you made it entirely without a mix! If using your favorite box of dairy-free chocolate cake mix, simply turn it into this SUPER MOIST Chocolate Cake by purchasing TWO boxes and:


So to those of you who need a chocolate fix right about now or who are new to the plant-based world and missing the taste of rich, decadent cake, give this recipe a try. You can't really go wrong! I tried to make it as fool-proof as possible!


For some reason, every time I get a vegan piece of cake out (such as at Whole Foods or elsewhere), I am disappointed. The frosting is usually yummy, but the cake part is either 1. strange tasting OR 2. super dry, not moist at all. Seriously disappointing.


What are your thoughts on using Dutch processed cocoa instead of natural cocoa in this recipe? I am out and trying to save a trip to the market. My grandpa requested a chocolate cake for his 89th birthday.Thanks!


Decidedly simply superb! THE most delicious chocolate cake ever, enjoyed by everyone and I now need to replace my signature non-vegan chocolate cake with yours by popular demand. Thank you very much for your wonderful recipe.


This is soooo delicious. Every time I make it I get compliments. I got a recent compliment from someone who has eaten chocolate cake from all over and he said this one was hands down the best. That is especially gratifying to hear because I made it gluten free AND vegan. Making it again this weekend for more company.


The vegan cake option is a rich, decadent Vegan Chocolate Midnight Cake. Afraid of what might happen if left alone in your apartment with an entire cake? Opt for the single-serving cupcakes, which are available in the flavors Black & White, Chocolate Midnight, Classic Vanilla, and Strawberry Vanilla.


The signature cookies, cream cake, and pound cake platter are reliably on display and available for same-day pickup or pre-order. Depending on your local store, you may also find a vegan carrot cake or doughnut behind the glass bakery display.


Now, making a flawless vegan chocolate cake? Well, that was a little bit trickier. Swapping out the dairy milk for a plant-based alternative was easy, and using vegan butter instead of regular was a no-brainer. But what about the eggs?


A lot of vegan chocolate cake recipes call for flax or chia seeds, which contain protein to provide a structure that allows cakes to rise, just like eggs. It works well, but not everyone has easy access to ground flax and chia. So instead, I chose to use vinegar.


Store this vegan chocolate cake in an airtight container at room temperature for about 3 days, or in the refrigerator for up to a week. If you refrigerate the cake, let it sit on the countertop for a few minutes so it comes to room temperature before serving.


To freeze a whole cake, I recommend placing it on a parchment-lined baking sheet and freezing the cake until the frosting is hardened. Then, wrap the cake in a layer of plastic wrap, followed by foil. The vegan chocolate cake will keep for up to 2 months this way.


Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake: Use peanut butter in place of the oil for an oil free cake. Frost with the vegan cream cheese frosting recipe from my Easy Cinnamon Rolls post, and beat a half cup of peanut butter into the frosting.


When ready to frost, go around the sides of the cake pans with a knife, then invert the chocolate cake onto two plates. Frost separately, then place one cake on top of the other. Add icing to the sides, then serve and enjoy. The cake can be frosted ahead of time if you prefer.


Chocolate!! Now this my type of dessert as I am chocolate freak and i love frosted dessert but i am vegan as well.But this recipe is amazing idea for vegan chocolate freak. I am surely going to try this.What if i use white chocolate for layering in between?


This recipe is amazing! I made it yesterday for a mixed group of vegans and veggie-phobes and they all loved it. I topped it with your peanut butter chocolate frosting, absolute bliss! Thanks so much!


I made this cake for my friends birthday. It was so good she almost cried. Are used frosting made from sweet potatoes and cocoa powder for the top and chocolate avocado frosting for the middle Amazing!! Even the non-vegans who tasted it loved it.


This vegan cake turned out delicious.. I made the avocado chocolate frosting to go with it .. and it was delicious.Only thing is, I followed the metric measurements rather than the cup measurements.. the batter was a bit runny though (not like the video).. but the baked product was ok..


My daughter and I are chocolate lovers. I have been in search of a cake that is delicious and rich to make for her birthday. I had compiled a few different vegan recipes. I made a different one that was oily and not deep in flavor. Tried this one, and my search is ended! It is perfectly moist and rich and not too oily.


Hi, Katie! I tried your vegan chocolate cupcakes and they where the best cupcakes I ve had my entire life!!? I noticed the only difference between those and this cake is that you add vinegar to the cupcakes. I am planning to try your cake this time, and I have just one question: why did u add vinegar to the cupcakes but not to this cake? I am just hoping it s not a mistake in the recipe lol. Thank you!!!


Absolutely love this recipe! I have made it several times. I subbed GF 1 to 1 flour each time and have done vegan PB frosting, chocolate cream cheese frosting and Oreo buttercream for some frosting ideas. Just the best! It works great as a GF cake.


I made this cake for our once a month meeting, I let everyone start eating the cake then told them it was vegan. They could not believe how enjoyable it tasted! I did make vegan coffee buttercream instead of the cream cheese. Great, thank you!


We highly recommend use our vegan chocolate frosting recipe below; however, we know that some people want other options than chocolate on chocolate. Other ideas for how to frosting a dairy free chocolate cake are:


All around the top of this cake is a sprinkle of cacao nibs. These are essentially crushed up cocoa beans and have a deep and bitter chocolate flavor. It pairs really well with the rich and sweet cake.


Other options include a light sprinkling of sea salt, which will also balance out that sweetness. Or to go along with it, use vegan chocolate chips. Of course, classic sprinkles would look great against this dark frosting. Again, if you are fully vegan just make sure to use vegan sprinkles.


This is a fantastic recipe! My first time making a vegan cake for a friend and it did not disappoint. Fudgy yet spongy, chocolatey but not too sweet and has beautiful structure for stacking. Will use this again for sure! ?For Australian bakers, I used all Nuttelex Buttery for the frosting (in place of the Earth Balance and shortening) and it worked out great.


I adapted this recipe using a gluten-free flour for a birthday cake and it came out fluffy and with a great sponge to it! I was so surprised because usually gluten-free cakes are very dense. The flavor was amazing. What a great recipe! I have now officially adopted this recipe as my favorite gluten-free adaptation of a vegan chocolate cake. Thank you so much!


These days my sweet tooth still wins once in a while, but I keep it to the occasional indulgence. A donut here, a cookie there, almost always something on the healthier side of the spectrum. But especially in the last 6 months, always dairy free. And so, it was a given that I had to make my dream chocolate cake vegan style.


This is my favourite chocolate cake recipe, I use a gluten free flour and have made it three times, the gluten free flour I use is Cup 4 Cup Gluten free all purpose flour and it works great for this recipe, I am making it for the fourth time and am infusing the almond milk with lavender and making a lavender buttercream or whipped cream instead of the chocolate buttercream. 041b061a72


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