Allergy Free Cake Chocolate Rainbow Sprinkle No Eggs or Dairy

Hello Everyone!

It was recently my nephew's FIRST birthday party

Unfortunately for this little guy, he’s allergic to milk, egg, butter, rice, oatmeal.

But luckily for him his aunty knows how to make an allergy free cake!

I’m using the popular “Wacky” or “crazy Cake" recipe which is known for no eggs, or dairy needed

People back then ate this up during the great depression.

The frosting is made out of soy, and its consistency was perfect and the same as regular buttercream

For taste, I felt like the chocolate was moist and with the frosting it was even more perfect.

Before making a cake be sure to clean and sanitize the area you’re working in, and your kitchen tools and bowls.

Check all the ingredients in your ingredients. To make sure it doesn’t contain anything dairy, or eggs.

Video On How To Make This Cake!

Recipe for "Wacky Chocolate Cake"


  • 6 cups All-Purpose Flour
  • 4 cups white sugar 
  • 2 teaspoons salt 
  • 1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon baking soda 
  • 1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 
  • 1-1/2 cups vegetable oil
  • 1/4 cup distilled white vinegar 
  • 1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 
  • 4 cups cold water

Yield: Makes one 8-inch cake, one 6-inch, and 19 cupcakes

Recipe for Dairy Free Frosting 


  • 4 cups Earth Balance Buttery Sticks (Vegan) 
  • 8 teaspoons vanilla extract • 12 cups of powdered sugar 
  • A tiny bit of water 

Yield: Enough frosting to decorate the 8 inch and 6 inch cake (two tiers) and 19 cupcakes.


  • 2-3 small cans of dotted sprinkles
  • Sticks
  • scrapbooking paper
  • letter stickers
  • baker's twine or thick string
  • hot glue gun.

 I decided I wanted at least two tiers for this birthday cake. I bought a new cake stand from Marshalls and wanted to test out how my 6 and 8 inch pans would look on it.

 I lined my 6-inch and 8-inch pans with wax paper, and cut out some cake boards out of cardboard.

 Using some water lightly dabbed onto your finger you can stick the papers to the side to stay.

 Sift together your dry ingredients, 6 cups All-Purpose Flour, 4 cups white sugar, 2 teaspoons salt, 1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

 Mix ingredients together well.

 Making small holes for your oil, vanilla and vinegar to prevent overflow, and fill in 1-1/2 cups vegetable oil, 1/4 cup distilled white vinegar, 1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

 Add in 4 cups of cold water, gradually, and mix together.

 Make buttercream frosting by softening 4 cups Earth Balance Buttery Sticks (Vegan) by cutting them into tablespoons and adding them into the mixer. Beat it with the paddle attachment for 20 seconds. Gradually add 12 cups of powdered sugar, 1-2 cups at a time. Add 8 teaspoons of vanilla extract with a tiny bit of water until you reach your desired consistency and be able to smoothly frost cakes with it.

Add It may get a bit messy since this makes a LOT of frosting. If you want to do the job more cleanly you can half the recipe and do half a recipe at a time

 Trim the cake, cut in half, fill the the cake, and crumb coat. All demonstrated in my cake video, and even more detailed steps in my other videos.

 Throw on sprinkles. You may want to do this over a baking tray to catch sprinkles.

I made cupcakes with this too, and was able to color and pipe the frosting just fine like regularly buttercream using unsalted butter.

 At micheals they had a huuge and beautiful selection on scrapbooking paper

 This is the cake topper I made, also shown on the video how. But it's pretty easy, just cut out some triangles, stick on some letter stickers, tie it to sticks with baker twine, a thick string from the dollar tree.

 Annnd he eats cakes.
 Baby photos of timothy newborn to one year in order. Using the same style as his cake topper sort of. Held up by baker's twine and clothes pins from daiso.
 Photo booth fun! Don't need to rent a $500 photo booth to do this. Just get a curtain backdrop, get a poster board, cut out the center and attach stickers all over according to your party theme. You can buy props party hats if you want. But this is and adorable touch for you party that costs under $5

And it's nice to see your family with different expressions and funny faces.

We did little games like bobbing for apples, egg race games, and guess which family is which baby in photos games. Just to keep the guests entertained and all. Prizes were $1 scratch tickets. 

 My aunt bobbing for apples, and oranges to throw her off.

 My creative cousin made the beautiful designs.
 More selfie funsies with cousins.

 The cake again

Thanks for reading!

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  1. If I don't want to add the cocoa and just keep it as vanilla would it change the consistency of the cake?

  2. I was so sad that when I cut into this, even after the toothpick came out clean and the oven was fully preheated, the middle was still very uncooked. Taste test is tomorrow. I tossed it back in the oven so hoping it still came out ok.


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