There are many reasons why you might need to make an eggless dessert. Perhaps you or one of your friends has an intolerance to eggs or is on a vegan diet.
You might have run out of eggs but not have time to go to the store. Or maybe you just want to try something a little different. Either way, we have got you covered.
We have put together this helpful list of recipes that are easy to make and don’t require any eggs. Keep reading to be inspired for your next eggless bake.
Tiramisu is an Italian dessert that is traditionally made with eggs. This recipe uses an egg free sponge which still has a perfect consistency.
It is also an alcohol-free version of tiramisu which makes it popular with people who don’t drink or people who are careful with their diet.
The main flavour of this dessert is coffee which means it isn’t ideal for children, but it is light and elegant and perfect for a dinner party.
This easy recipe for apple pie is not only egg free but is also free of all dairy products, making it suitable for vegans.
The recipe also advises you on some really easy ingredient swaps to make the recipe gluten free and sugar free, so you can cater to all sorts of dietary requirements.
If you are hosting a party or a large family gathering and you struggle to keep up with who is on what diet, this apple pie can be enjoyed by everyone!
If you know how to make a good vanilla cake then you always have a quick and easy dessert that you can whip out the bag at short notice. But what if you need an eggless vanilla cake?
This recipe shows you how to make the perfect vanilla sponge without using any eggs. It is light and fluffy with the perfect amount of moisture.
If you have never tried caramilk then imagine condensed milk mixed with white chocolate in a candy bar. Now imagine that in a cheesecake and you have this dessert.
This no bake cheesecake is super easy and doesn’t need any gelatine, or any eggs! The biscuit base is buttery and crunchy, the cheesecake filling is silky and creamy, and the caramel swirls add an extra tasty flavour.
These vegan peanut butter blondies only require 5 ingredients, none of which are eggs. All you need to make these blondies is peanut butter, sugar, flour, almond milk and coconut oil.
It’s that simple! You can break up some reese’s peanut butter cups into the mixture if you want to make it extra tasty (but if you want to keep it a vegan recipe then make sure you use a vegan version).
It’s also easy to switch to gluten free flour to make this a gluten free recipe.
This tropical dessert is perfect for a warm, summer day. The mango is fruity and refreshing, and pairs perfectly with the rich cream cheese filling.
This is a no-bake cheesecake so you don’t need to use the oven, just make sure you have plenty of space in the refrigerator to let it set.
Fresh mango is best, but you can also use frozen if you need to – just make sure you thaw them first.
If you have a friend or family member with a birthday coming up then you should definitely have a go at this recipe for eggless cupcakes. You can decorate them however you want and use any kind of essence or flavouring.
The recipe uses vanilla, but you could make almond cupcakes or orange cupcakes if you prefer.
Banana bread is one of those classic bakes that everyone should have up their sleeve. It’s the perfect breakfast on the go, an accompaniment to coffee, or can be enjoyed at part of an afternoon tea.
This eggless banana bread is sweet and moist with a deliciously buttery flavour.
Rocky road is a delightful mix of chocolate, biscuit, cherries and marshmallows. Sometimes they contain chopped nuts as well.
This recipe replaces the usual biscuits for biscoff biscuits, with extra swirls of biscoff along with cookie dough. It’s indulgent and delicious and will last for up to 5 days in an airtight container.
This is a great dessert to make ahead of time for a party – just pile it up on a plate on the buffet table.
If you are looking for a sophisticated dessert for a dinner party, or a treat for the adults at Christmas, then this recipe is ideal.
It looks especially good when served in individual ramekins and sprinkled with shavings of dark chocolate. This dessert is rich and smooth with a nice kick of irish cream.
Making your own ice cream is easier than you might think, and it can be done without using eggs. This recipe only uses 3 simple ingredients and you don’t need to use a churner.
Once you get to grips with making vanilla ice cream you can start to experiment with different flavours like Mango Ice Cream.
Peach puddings are very popular in the Southern states. This one is similar to a peach cobbler, but with an extra special syrupy topping with a crispy texture.
It’s buttery, fruity, warm and irresistible. It is best served with some vanilla ice cream that will begin to melt as it spoons on top of the desert.
If you are a fan of carrot cake then you will love these carrot cake cupcakes. They are sweet and dainty but still pack that flavour of spiced sponge and sweet carrots that you want from a carrot cake.
These are perfect for bridal showers, baby showers, and christenings as it makes a nice change from vanilla cupcakes.
The cream cheese frosting can be colored with food colouring to make these cupcakes suitable for any occasion.
If you like desserts that are the perfect balance of sweet and salty then you will love this peanut butter pie.
It has a pretzel crust, a creamy peanut butter cheesecake filling, and a whipped cream topping with chopped nuts and chocolate drizzle. Be warned, this pie is very addictive and you will probably want more than one slice.
15. Italian Cannoli
Did you know that you can make cannoli with just 5 ingredients and not eggs? Once you realise how easy this recipe is you will want to make these cannoli again and again.
They look so elegant, filled with cream and arranged neatly on a cake. Serve them with an afternoon coffee or as an after dinner treat with an espresso to impress your guests.
16. Malai Kulfi
Malai Kulfi is an Indian milk-based dessert that is rich and creamy. The milk is sweetened and flavoured with saffron and various chopped nuts.
It is cooked and then set into a soft, creamy pudding that is often served in individual ramekins. This recipe shows you the traditional method of making kulfi without using condensed milk.
17. Eggless Brownies
You might think that eggless brownies lack the gooey consistency that makes brownies so desirable, but think again. These brownies are perfectly soft and moist without being too heavy.
They have a rich chocolate flavour and look so appetising when dusted with powdered sugar.
If you want to add a crunchy texture to your brownies then add some chopped nuts to the mixture before you bake it – walnuts, hazelnuts and macadamia nuts work really well.
Not only are these chocolate donuts eggless, they also take just 15 minutes to make. You can satisfy your donut cravings any time without even leaving your house by whipping up this quick and easy recipe.
A shot of coffee is used to bring out the rich chocolate flavour, but you cannot taste the coffee in the donut. The texture is fluffy and moist and you can decorate these donuts however you want.
Banoffee pie tends to split opinion – you either love it or you hate it. If you love it then this recipe is perfect for you.
The banoffee pie has a cookie crust, a layer of indulgent brown sugar caramel, fresh bananas, whipped cream, and a layer of chocolate.
When you cut a slice of the pie and lift it up you will see the neat layers and smell the sweet caramel – your mouth will start to water before the pie even reaches your plate.
This recipe is easy to follow and doesn’t require any baking.
Imagine heading out to work on a crisp, fall morning with a cinnamon spiced coffee and a homemade maple and pecan banana muffin.
With this recipe you can make that happen, and the bonus is that these muffins are vegan friendly! They take only 30 minutes to make and they taste amazing.
Your kitchen will fill with the wholesome smell of home baking, and you will want to tuck into these muffins before they have even had a chance to cool down.
You can add frosting to them if you want to, or just enjoy them on their own.
Black forest cake is based on a traditional German recipe, inspired by the fruits of the black forest. This recipe uses whole wheat flour to introduce some extra nutrition and fibre, and also contains no eggs.
The presentation is beautiful, with piped swirls and glace cherries. If you are looking for a showstopper to impress your guests then this recipe is ideal.
Even though it looks amazing it is actually very simple to make and is a suitable recipe for beginners.
Nothing says summer like fresh strawberries, and this beautiful cake captures their flavour perfectly. The sponge is pink in colour which makes it very eye catching, especially if you decide to frost it in white for contrast.
The texture is moist and soft, and the cake benefits from all of the nutrients found in the strawberries such as vitamin C and potassium. Yoghourt is used in this recipe as a substitute for the eggs.
Blueberry muffins are a classic bake that remind people of home. The flavours are simple but delicious and the texture is soft and fluffy.
The vibrant colour of the blueberries makes these muffins look so tempting, and the smell of the warm fruit will spread as soon as you open the oven to take them out.
You might find it difficult to wait until the muffins cool before you want to help yourself.
24. Pecan Pie Bars
This recipe has everything you love about traditional pecan pie, but in handy sized squares that are easy to eat. You can serve these bars at parties or events, or in a bowl topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
The shortbread crust is tender and buttery, the brown sugar caramel is super flavoursome, and the pecans add a deliciously nutty crunch. One bite and you will be in dessert heaven.
Chocolate mousse is one of those desserts that is quite basic but always leaves you feeling satisfied.
You may have avoided making chocolate mousse from scratch for fear of getting the wrong consistency, but this recipe takes you through the steps you need to make the perfect chocolate mousse every time.
No eggs are needed for this recipe, and you could also try out the recipe for dark chocolate avocado mousse which uses the avocados to create a rich and silky pudding.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Used To Replace Eggs In These Recipes?
Some of these eggs are traditionally made with no eggs, so no replacement ingredient is needed.
Other recipes like the case use ingredients such as yoghurt to replace the eggs and ensure that the dessert is fluffy, light and moist.
Are These Recipes Suitable For Vegans?
Some of these recipes are suitable for vegans or can be easily adapted to suit a vegan diet.
Other recipes like the Malai Kulfi or the cheesecake rely heavily on dairy products, so whilst they are free from eggs they are not suitable for vegans.
Are These Recipes Easy?
These recipes are all simple and easy to make. Most of them are suitable for beginners, so even if you don’t have much experience with cooking or baking you can still do a good job.
Some of the decorating might be a bit fiddly, but you can simplify this if you need to.
Are These Recipes Family Friendly?
Most of these recipes are suitable for the whole family to enjoy. The Irish cream chocolate pudding contains alcohol, but you could swap this for irish cream flavoured syrup if you can find some.
A few of the recipes contain coffee, like the tiramisu and the chocolate donuts. If you are preparing the recipe for children or pregnant people then make sure that you use decaffeinated coffee.
Whether you are looking for a breakfast bake, an elegant dessert, a comforting pudding or a no bake treat, there is something for everyone on this list.
Leaving eggs out of your desserts does not mean that you have to eat second rate food – these recipes are delicious and top quality. There are also recipes on this list that can easily be adapted to suit different dietary requirements.