Baking moist, rich cakes without gluten has never been easier—or tastier.
June 29, 2015
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Spiced Caramel Bundt Cake
Our collection of light, fluffy cakes and cupcakes will impress the whole family and guests alike. One bite and you'll never believe they're gluten-free.
Cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg give this gluten-free cake its signature spiced flavor, and applesauce lends moistness while allowing you to use less oil. A drizzle of golden caramel syrup is the finishing touch, making this the perfect "ta-da!" dessert to serve at your next dinner party or ladies' tea.
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Coconut Layer Cake with Marshmallow Frosting
Swirls of rich, fluffy marshmallow frosting and flakes of toasted coconut are the crowning glory of this luscious layer cake. Did we mention it's completely gluten free?
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Red Velvet Whoopie Pies
This hand-held version of the classic cake is a yummy favorite for children of all ages—guaranteed to generate smiles.
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Strawberry-Almond Cake Roll
Don't panic—this strawberry and whipped cream-filled cake is surprisingly easy to roll.
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This luscious cheesecake is a showcase for the season's freshest, sweetest berries. With all its red, white, and blue, it's perfect for your next patriotic party or summer gathering.
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Chocolate Java Lava Cakes
These sumptuous chocolate-coffee concoctions, with their rich molten interior, are a chocolate lover's dream.
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Blueberry-Yogurt Coffee Cake
The tangy-sweet combination of blueberries and yogurt is incorporated into this scrumptious coffee cake, perfect for the break room at work or a laid-back Sunday brunch.
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Chocolate Velvet Beet Cake
If you don't mention it, no one will ever suspect that this incredible chocolate dessert, with its smooth texture and rich flavor, is made with beets.
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Bananas Foster Upside-Down Cake
Bananas Foster originated at Brennan's restaurant in New Orleans in the 1950s. This is a gluten-free riff on that classic dessert.
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Peaches and Cream Mini Cupcakes
Petite and almost too cute to eat, these miniature cupcakes are infused with the sweet flavor of summer's juiciest fruit.
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Vanilla Angel Food Cake with Berry Compote
The lack of gluten in this angel food cake makes it taste better than the wheat-based variety, because—it's missing that tiny bit of chew. The white rice flour, cornstarch, and just a little brown rice flour along with the egg whites give the cake a light, airy texture, resulting in a gluten-free cake that tastes simply heavenly.
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Scandinavian Almond Cake
Claimed by both the Norwegians and the Danes, this sugary almond-topped cake is a favorite for all.
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Sour Cream-Cocoa Cupcakes
These cocoa-laden cupcakes make a delightful surprise for gluten-free chocoholics. Sour cream gives the cupcakes a moist and dense texture, leaving you more satisfied with each delicious bite.
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Key Lime Cheesecake
Key limes are smaller than Persian limes; they have a greenish-yellow rind and a stronger, more sour-acidic flavor. They have a short growing season, usually June through August. If they're not in season, you can substitute bottled Key lime juice and Persian lime zest.
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Chocolate-Almond Angel Food Cake
This is not your typical angel food cake. The texture is still light, but the chocolate and almond add a level of decadence that takes it a few steps beyond the classic.
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Sticky, sweet, and bursting with bananas, these cupcakes provide the perfect antidote for the after-school munchies.
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Spiced Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
A smear of cream cheese frosting is the ideal topper for warm spiced carrot cake.
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This gluten-free layer cake has a bright flavor and a wonderfully rich frosting. Garnish it with thin lemon slices.