How to make a cake with no butter or oil

A cake made with nothing but butter and a little honey is one of the most delicious desserts on the planet.

There are plenty of other ways to make one, but you won’t find them on this list.

The reason for this is because butter and honey are both essential ingredients for the process of baking, and it’s just a matter of using what you have.

Here are the top 10 cake recipes to make with butter and no oil.

The recipe is a combination of my own and a mix of those of other cake-makers.

1.

Choco and the Chocolate Cake recipe You can make this cake using only two ingredients.

Butter and honey.

Butter is an essential part of the recipe.

The key is to use butter that is at room temperature.

Honey is essential because it keeps the cake moist, fluffy and soft.

To get the perfect ratio of butter and oil, use a stand mixer and the whisk attachment, which is on the bottom of the mixer, rather than the bowl.

It’s important to add the butter slowly and gently, so that the cake doesn’t get too runny.

To make this recipe, just add the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt to the mixer bowl and whisk on low speed for 1 minute.

Keep on mixing, and you’ll get a fluffy and silky cake.

2.

Chocolate and Peanut Butter Cupcake recipe This cake is a bit different from the others.

Buttercream and honey aren’t required, but there are plenty to go around.

For the buttercream layer, whisk the egg whites for two minutes, then add the milk and vanilla and beat until smooth.

Add the flour and sugar, then whisk on high speed for two more minutes, adding a splash of water if the mixture gets too thick.

Mix on low for 20 minutes, stirring frequently.

Add a sprinkling of powdered sugar and whisk again for a minute.

3.

Peanut and Caramel Cake recipe I like this cake more for its simplicity.

Instead of using butter and buttercream, you just use milk and almond milk.

To achieve the perfect cake, mix the egg white and egg yolk together and add to the batter, and then add buttercream and a splash or two of milk.

4.

Chocolate Cake with Buttercream Recipe You can use chocolate, whipped cream or plain buttercream to create this cake.

To start, melt the chocolate over a medium-low heat, then pour it into a greased, silicone cake pan.

Pour the melted chocolate over the cake and spread it out with a spatula.

Repeat this process until you have an even layer of chocolate.

5.

Peas and Cucumber Cake recipe This is a more traditional and classic recipe, but it also contains some more delicious ingredients.

First, melt a little butter in a saucepan over medium-high heat, stirring constantly.

Add your diced cucumber, salt and pepper and mix well, stirring for about five minutes.

Add half the sugar and bring to a boil, then reduce heat and let the mixture simmer for one minute.

Add about half the butter and stir for about three minutes, before adding the flour mixture.

6.

Chocolate Chunk Cake recipe With the butter in the pan, add your chocolate chips and then stir well.

Continue to mix the mixture until it is smooth and creamy.

Then pour the chocolate chips into the pan and stir again, until it has thickened slightly.

Pour this mixture into a pie tin and bake for 20-25 minutes.

7.

Pea and Carrot Cake recipe There are a few different variations of this recipe.

You can leave out the butter, but this cake will be a lot more creamy than the first one, and will be even more delicious.

I love to serve this with the carrot and peas in it, so it makes a delicious summer treat.

Make sure to use a large bowl, not a small cup, because the batter will be too wet.

7a.

Chocolate Peppermint Cake recipe Add 1/2 teaspoon of peppermint extract to the butter cream mixture, whisk until smooth and pour into a small pie tin.

Bake for 20 seconds, then cool in the tin for 15 minutes before slicing.

7b.

Chocolate Peanut Muffin Recipe Add the butter to the chocolate, add some chopped peanuts and stir well, then place in the muffin tin and stir in the peanut butter.

Bake in the preheated oven for 30 minutes, or until the tops are set.

8.

Peaches and Cauliflower Cake recipe The same principles apply to this cake, but instead of the butter or buttercream you use, you can use almond milk and milk chocolate.

Pour half the chocolate mixture into the prepared pan, and place in a shallow dish.

Bake on low heat for 20 to 25 minutes, until the sides are lightly golden and the centre is set.

Remove from the oven and allow to cool for five minutes before cutting into individual squares.

9.

Pean and Coconut Cake recipe Here’s a variation of the coconut cake, with