Eggless Desserts: Equally Delicious!


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Egg or without egg, most desserts taste deletable if made in the right way.  Gone are the days when you had to put on your baking gloves to enjoy eggless pastries and cookies. You now can order these from the comfort of your home with Swiggy.

However, before you order, let’s take a look at what the best options you have:

Today with all the substitutes we have for eggs, it’s easier than ever to make eggless versions of every desserts. You’ll find that most restaurants and eateries sell desserts that are 100% vegetarian meaning that these don’t have eggs. The egg serves the purpose of binding. There are other things used in its place such as condensed milk and applesauce.

Here are a few eggless desserts you can find easily!

Eggless Chocolate Cupcakes

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Let’s talk about the basics. Who doesn’t like a cupcake? These are some of the first kinds of desserts to ever be made eggless. You’ll be surprised to know that the substitute of egg is often vinegar and some oil, but you can be sure that you get the same delectable chocolate flavour. The best part about these cupcakes is that they’re so easy to find, look up the nearest dessert or cafe, and you’ll find a whole collection of cupcakes with different toppings to choose from, and made without eggs.

Banana Bread

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The humble banana bread is as vegetarian as you can ever get! The over-ripe bananas blend with the flour and other ingredients all too well. So get yourself some banana bread, and you won’t have to worry about the calorie factor as it’s one of the healthier alternatives. Besides, having banana bread with some cream or fruits on the side is a heavenly experience, altogether.

Carrot Cake

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Another healthier cake alternative is the carrot cake, which tastes scrumptious. A traditional carrot cake doesn’t call for eggs either, but there are versions that are made with eggs. We aren’t all so health conscious when it comes to desserts, but if you are, then a carrot cake is another great option for when you get the cravings for something sweet and wholesome.

No-Bake Cheesecakes

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All no-bake cheesecakes are not only freshly made, but they also have a short shelf life. So you can get them at all bakeries and eateries, and be sure they’re made fresh. Have them cool, with a side of hot, preferably black coffee and you’re going to feel all warm and happy inside! Besides, a no bake cheesecake is also easy to recreate in your own kitchen, should you ever feel like doing that.

Almond Cookies

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These are the easiest to find, but when you do find, they’ll be gluten free and paleo if you’re lucky enough. They’re primarily made with almond flour, baking soda, maple syrup, and vanilla extract and that’s it! Talk about easy! Besides, you can also store them in airtight containers and extend their shelf life. Have them with tea or coffee, and your evening sweet snack is set!

Mousse Galore

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Mousse is definitely underappreciated in the world of desserts. Sure, they aren’t as widely and easily found, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t worth it. A mousse can be jazzed up in a bunch of different ways with an endless pick of toppings, and it hits the sweet spot between something chocolatey and something gooey! It’s not just reserved for kids anymore!

Caramel Dips

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You may remember this from your apple caramel bites when you were younger. You’ll find caramel coated apples and pears and cookies lining the shelves of bakeries and cafes. Pick anything dipped in caramel, and you’ll find yourself down memory lane.

Regardless of what you pick, an eggless dessert is a great idea for vegetarians, or if you’re allergic to eggs. There is a lot to choose from and you’ll surely not be disappointed. Browse through a variety of eggless dessert options on the Swiggy app right now!



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