It never fails…
We post a recipe for something awesome, and someone leaves us a comment asking if that recipe can be made without dairy or eggs or nuts.
We don’t mind, I promise. At Traditional Cooking School, we love the challenge of creating recipes for EVERYONE! 🙂
And we love sharing the creations of others too — especially when they meet YOUR needs!
Need egg-free breakfast ideas? We’ve gotcha covered in our latest round-up of 90 Nourishing Egg-Free Breakfasts!
Dairy-free and want to make ice cream? We’ve got that covered too. Check out 21 Deliciously Dairy-Free Ice Cream Recipes!
An egg allergy or sensitivity doesn’t even have to hold you back from dessert … and that’s why we’ve found, vetted, and collected 57 egg-free dessert recipes just for you — just in time for Valentine’s Day!
Bars, Brownies, and Blondies
Chocolate and caramel are a match made in heaven. Taste a little bit of heaven in these bars! Via madetoglow.com.
Chocolate and peppermint oil mask the flavor of avocado in these minty green grasshopper bars. Via raiasrecipes.com.
If a chocolate brownie and an energy bar had a baby, this would be their offspring. These bars are moist, chewy, chocolate-y. There’s not one “if-y” ingredient in these bars. They’re free of casein, grains, gluten, refined sugar, soy, corn, and eggs. Via todayindietzville.com.
Sweet and tart, the vibrant flavors of cranberry and orange make these bars a truly special treat, especially for the holidays! Via recipestonourish.com.
These dairy-free pumpkin cheesecake bites are going to keep you coming back for more. The best part? They’re actually simple to make, so you don’t have to keep count of how many you have! Via grokgrub.com.
These totally allergy-friendly blondies are going to become the next staple dessert in your house! Via therealfoodguide.com.
These bars capture the flavor of delicious cake batter in a super convenient form! Via empoweredsustenance.com.
Don’t just reach for these at dessert time … they’re a sweet and nourishing snack any time! Via raiasrecipes.com.
Save yourself the time of scooping individual cookies and make bar cookies instead! The classic chocolate chip cookie flavors are captured in a gluten-free bar. Yum! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
We won’t tell if you decide to have this carrot cake for breakfast! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Sometimes a recipe is just TOO tempting and you have to give in. Via livinghealthywithchocolate.com.
Satisfy those salty-sweet cravings with Salted Caramel Blondies. This recipe even freezes well! Via empoweredsustenance.com.
A chocolate pumpkin pie that doesn’t have to be baked?! Where do I sign up? Via livinghealthywithchocolate.com.
No one can ever have too many pie recipes … especially when those recipes have words in them like “egg-free” and “deep dish”. 😉 Via raiasrecipes.com.
These mini pies are so rich, you may just have to split them with someone you love … or not. Via thespunkycoconut.com.
Simple, easy pumpkin pie is a classic. Via thespunkycoconut.com.
You won’t miss the cheese (or the eggs) in this dairy-free, egg-free, cultured cheesecake! Via eatbeautiful.net.
There’s nothing better than an ice cream pie straight from the freezer on a hot day! Via eatplaylovemore.com.
This easy chocolate pie comes together quickly and will leave you feeling totally satisfied and smiling. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Warm apple filling oozes out of the center of two perfectly egg-free pie crusts. Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
This date-sweetened white chocolate pie is low in sugar but high in yummy goodness! Via thespunkycoconut.com.
A completely allergy-friendly pumpkin pie? Without proof in this recipe, you probably wouldn’t believe me. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
This apple pie filling is so scrumptious, it doesn’t even need a crust! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
I can think of only one thing that might be disappointing to die-hard banana pie fans — the lack of yellow coloring. Once they taste the pie, though, I don’t think they’ll complain. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Avocados shine as the main ingredient in this chocolate pie. If you have avocado-haters, don’t tell them. I promise they’ll never know! Via wholelifestylenutrition.com.
Choco-holics, here’s a recipe just for you! You can conveniently forget to disclose the ingredients in this pie because no one will care as soon as they’ve tasted it! Via nomnompaleo.com.
Adorable egg-free cheesecakes that are a blank slate for whatever toppings you can dream of! Via thenourishinghome.com.
Cakes and Cupcakes
Pumpkin spice cake meets molten pumpkin lava cake — that’s what a pumpkin pudding cake is! Via recipestonourish.com.
A hint of cinnamon makes this chocolate cake extra special. Via raiasrecipes.com.
The honey-chewy texture and perfectly balanced spices make this cake a favorite for both adults and kids. Via raiasrecipes.com.
When you’re not ready to introduce Baby to allergenic foods, you need a recipe you can count on. This 1st Birthday Cake is free of everything you don’t want Baby to have and full of all the things you want to nourish him on his special birthday. Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
No flour, no refined sugar, no eggs, no gluten, and no dairy? What DO these cupcakes have!? The perfect bite of pumpkin without the guilt! Via mywholefoodlife.com.
Now, here’s a classic chocolate cake you can serve that’s safe for everyone at the party! Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
This beautiful, pink cake without the harmful food coloring is perfect for your little princess and all her friends. Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
This cake will play a trick on everyone! Just wait till you cut into it! Via isavea2z.com.
If you’re interested in keeping your baby’s first birthday cake on the healthier side, you may want to try out this recipe for mini cupcakes. Via growingslower.com.
This super-digestible cake boasts sprouted flour — and it’s egg-free to boot! Via recipestonourish.com.
Who cares if beans are the secret ingredient when chocolate lava comes pouring out of it? Via rickiheller.com.
All the benefits of carrots, walnuts, and raw honey are retained because these cupcakes aren’t baked at all! They’re totally raw! Via unconventionalbaker.com.
Crisps and Cobblers
You’ll want to save this recipe to have around when plums (or other stone fruits) are in season. Via recipestonourish.com.
This delicious crumble recipe comes together in a flash and could even be served for breakfast! Via healyeatsreal.com.
This unusual flavor combo may become your new favorite. Give it a try! Via recipestonourish.com.
No more than 10 minutes to get everything into a pie plate, and you’re hands-free from there! No peeling necessary! And this apple crisp is not only as beautiful as apple pie … it tastes just as amazing. Via raisinggenerationnourished.com.
A craving for the fall flavors of pear, pumpkin, and spices inspired this recipe. Cobblers, crisps, and pies have always been a favorite — and here’s the gluten-free and egg-free version to satisfy that craving. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
This is going to be the first dessert you want when rhubarb season rolls around! Via eatbeautiful.net.
Here’s a tasty sourdough recipe that can be tweaked to fit your needs and whatever fruits you have on hand! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Puddings and Custards
You’re just five minutes away from the best chocolate pudding you’ve ever had — no cooking or chilling required! Via todayindietzville.com.
Need a dessert that can transform into breakfast — or a breakfast that can transform into dessert? This recipe’s for you. Via raiasrecipes.com.
An egg-free custard? Yessir! Thanks to nourishing gelatin, you can have this custard in chocolate or vanilla! Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Here’s a tasty, healthy twist on an old favorite. Via raiasrecipes.com.
You’re going to want to make a double batch of this ASAP and share it with someone you love! Via recipestonourish.com.
Beware of this sweet, innocent-looking dessert. The author claims it’s better than ice cream and cake, and maybe even (gasp!) chocolate! Via wandercooks.com.
I mean, you can’t have too many chocolate pudding recipes to try, right? Via simplyhealthyhome.com.
This creamy and soft dessert has the texture of a custard, but without too much sweetness and of course, zero eggs. Via stupideasypaleo.com.
Here’s a totally Real Food pumpkin pie dessert that doesn’t require any baking! It takes about five minutes to pull together, can be made a day or two beforehand, and only needs refrigerator space to firm up.Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Coconut, spice, and caramelized pears … there’s nothing missing. Via TraditionalCookingSchool.com.
Finding desserts to eat on the Autoimmune Protocol is a challenge. If you find yourself in that boat, here’s a tried-and-true recipe for you! Via thecuriouscoconut.com.
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We hope this round-up of 57 Scrumptious Egg-Free Desserts provides you with some new recipes, especially if you’re looking for a special dessert for Valentine’s Day!
What scrumptious dessert will you be making for your loves this Valentine’s Day? Will your dessert be egg-free?
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