Delicious Mini Tofu Chiffon Cake - Dairy-Free & Vegetarian











Whip up a light and airy bite of heaven with this Mini Tofu Chiffon Cake. Perfect for those looking for a dairy-free and vegetarian option, this delightful dessert combines the silky texture of tofu with the fluffiness of a chiffon cake, all while keeping it under 120 calories per serving.


Step 1: Creaming the Ingredients

Begin your cake adventure by creaming the first set of ingredients together till they're pale, thick, and creamy. Imagine turning your kitchen into a small-scale bakery, the whir of the mixer filling the air with promise. This step is crucial for getting that light-as-air texture chiffon cakes are famous for.
Pro Tip: Make sure all ingredients are at room temperature for best results.

Step 2: Integrating Ingredients

Next, you’ll gently fold in the dry and wet ingredients, alternating between the two to ensure everything is well incorporated. It's like conducting an orchestra, each component coming in at just the right moment to create a symphony of flavors. This step ensures your cake will have a uniform texture, without any lumps or unevenness.
Pro Tip: Fold gently to keep the batter airy and light.

Step 3: Baking to Perfection

Spoon the batter into prepared cupcake liners, filling them up to 3/4 to allow room for the cake to rise. The oven, preheated and ready, awaits the tray of future delights. As you slide the tray in, you'll be filled with anticipation. Setting the timer, the wait begins. Midway, the temperature adjustment is key to achieving that perfect bounce and texture without drying out the cakes.
Pro Tip: Use an oven thermometer for accurate temperature settings.

Step 4: Cooling

Patience is a virtue, especially in baking. Once the cakes are golden, and a skewer comes out clean, invert them immediately on a wire rack. This stops the cooking process and prevents the cakes from collapsing due to their own weight. Watching them cool, you'll feel a sense of accomplishment knowing that soon you'll be enjoying the fruits of your labor—a perfect bite of cloud-like cake.
Pro Tip: Inverting cakes while hot ensures they stay lofty and light.