Monday, July 30, 2012

Eggless Lamingtons~~ Baking Eggless Challenge

A lamington is a sponge cake of Australia,this cube shaped sponge cake are coated traditionally with chocolate icing and then with dessicated coconut. These lamingtons are in my to do list since a long, thank god Gayathri choosed these famous Australian lamingtons for this month's baking eggless challenge. Finally i made these super addictive cute lamingtons at home, thanks Gayathri for this lovely choice.

As this challenge goes for baking eggless, i went for a eggless condensed milk sponge vanilla cake and this eggless sponge cake turned out extremely spongy and truly soft. Later i quickly prepared a dark chocolate icing  for the coating and rolled them over dessicated coconut twice for the final touch.My lil one just enjoyed having this addictive lamingtons and for my surprise they vanished very much quickly obviously i went for making second batch of these lamingtons again. 




For Eggless Lamingtons:
2cups All purpose flour
1/2cup Sugar
1/2cup Sweetened Condensed milk
1cup Butter
1tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Baking Soda
1tsp Vanilla Essence
1/4cup Milk


Preheat the oven to 350F, line a baking sheet over a square mould. Beat together the butter and sugar until they turns creamy.


Add the sweetened condensed milk,vanilla essence,milk to it and beat again until the mixture turns soft.


Meanwhile sift the flour with baking soda and baking powder. Now add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients ,mix with a spatula until everything get well mixed,dont overmix.


Pour the cake batter to the already prepared mould and bake in middle rack for 20-25minutes until a skewer inserted comes out clean.


Keep aside and let the cake gets completely cool.


For Icing:
1+1/2cups Chocolate chips
2tbsp Butter
1/2cup Milk
1cup Powdered Sugar
1tbsp Unsweetened cocoa powder
2tbsp Boiling water
Dessicated coconut as per need

Cut the into two rectangles first and keep aside.

Make a chocolate icing by melting together the chocolate chips,butter,milk and sugar in a microwave safe bowl for 3-4minutes, mix it well.

Now add the unsweetened cocoa powder to the icing and mix well again.

Spread generously the chocolate icing over one layer of the eggless sponge cake and then top with another layer of the cake.

Cut the cake as medium sized squares as u desire. Now whisk the boiling water to the already prepared icing and mix well.

With your fingers dip the lamingtons in the chocolate icing and roll them immediately to the dessicated coconut until the lamingtons gets well coated on all sides, roll again the lamingtons to the dessicated coconut twice for a beautiful coating.

Let them sit on a wire cooling rack until the chocolate icing gets firms.

Enjoy with a cup of hot tea.

42 comments:

  1. Hi Priya ,

    Lamingtons looks AAAwesome !!!

    Neat presentation :)

    Keep on Dear...

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  2. they look super cute, and i already feel hungry... happy that both of us share the same name :-)

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  3. Eggless Lamingtons look wonderful and no doubt u had to make a 2nd batch..SUperb..

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  4. really wonderful recipe tempting...

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  5. really wonderful recipe tempting...

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  6. Super addictive Lamingtons Priya..Love to grab all of them.

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  7. very interesting recipe...looks wonderful!!

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  8. I had never heard of an eggless lamington. It looks fabulous Priya. Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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  9. I love them..they are super addective..:-) tempting

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  10. Delicious Priya, Love Lamingtons with coconut in it

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  11. Never tasted this before,click makes me hungry...very tempting recipe.

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  12. I love lamingtons .. these look so moist and delicious :)

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  13. Lamingtons looks so cute and delicious.

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  14. Looks too good Priya. This is in my to do list too !!

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  15. A must try one... Looks delicious...

    Event: Dish name starts with N

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  16. Love this sponge cubes coated with coconut...
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  17. These must be surely melt in mouth kinds, Super recipe.

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  18. so perfectly done... cooking without egg is really healthy..would love to try it..

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  19. Bookmarked....Lovely and looks awesome n perfect!

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  20. Looks quite inviting ..........

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  21. i am drooling :) looks delicious..

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  22. these babies look so cute...didn't know you can make them eggless.

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  23. I love this one. Bookmarking this one.

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  24. looks so yum, this is in my to-try list dear :)

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  25. superb lamingtons, priya.., they have turned out so well

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  26. Looks delicious Priya, even I did the sponge cake with condensed milk..

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  27. Wow! The lamingtons have come out so pretty. Very lucky to have you in the group, Priya!

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  28. gr8 looking Lamingtons.....nice recipe.....it seems very beautiful..I am sure it was yummyyyyy

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  29. There is no stopping for you Girl.. you cook, you click, you write and you post. Are you a magician Priya :)

    Loved these Lamingtons, am sure you enjoyed them as much as we did.

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  30. Looks wonderful and as you have said they are really addictive

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  31. Priya, this is a super variation of my childhood favourites: my dad is on a diet to lower cholesterol, so used yr sponge recipe for him! The coating is not traditional but YUM and rich!! Look forward to more from you!, Little Aussie girl far from Home xxx

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  32. Thank you so much for this recipe, I just made it on Australia day, and our entire family enjoyed it very much.

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