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This smelled wonderful coming out of the oven and tasted just as good! I used egg replacer instead of one of the eggs and reduced the sugar slightly. Moist and light texture. I got one 9" round and 6 cupcakes, the round taking 25 min. to bake and 20 min. for the cupcakes. This is a recipie to keep and share!
Wonderful, moist cake! My son loved it (he has all the allergies). I added raisins and made a coconut icing to compliment it which was a good choice. For coconut icing (dairy and sugar free go to Elana's Pantry for the recipe). I replaced the sugar with 3/4 cup of agave syrup, which reduces the sugar significantly.
Lots of kumquats from our trees so we turned this into kumquat cake by substituting kumquat parts (sans seeds) that I cut up in the foot processor until it resembled the consistency of applesauce. Also substituted xanthan gum for guar gum and used an "on-hand" gluten free flour mix. Result was wonderful! Think this recipe will become a regular start off point for other creations.
I made these into muffins and they were great. Even my gluten eating husband enjoyed them! Thanks What's Cooking-
Outstanding. I changed it quite a bit (sorry it annoys me when people do this and still review it but I can't help it!) I only used 1 cup brown rice flour and added 1/2 cup almond flour. Used Siagon cinnamon and increased it to 1 1/2 tsp. Added 1 tsp ginger and 1/4 tsp cloves. Best cake ever! Everyone at my house loved it!
Made this bread for my kids and they loved it. Never thought you'd hear me say this, doesn't taste gluten free.
This excellent cake had wonderful texture and taste. If you didn't share that this was gluten free, no one would know! I think the addition of golden raisins would be very nice as well. I used xantham gum instead of guar gum.
DD (toddler) likes this. I guess its my fault that it turned out dense for us because I used a different size pan or maybe totally because my oven is wacky. The flavour is pretty tasty though but I wont make this recipe again.