The combination of tender chocolate cake, creamy cream cheese frosting, and blueberry topping create a flavor explosion in as little as one bite. Berry toppings add a decadence to desserts with very little effort.
My Favorite Dutch-Processed Cocoa Powder is Droste. Continue reading “Mini Gluten Free Chocolate Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting and Blueberry Topping”
Once you find some wonderful Gluten Free Recipes, you may wish to decorate some of them. Cakes, cupcakes, donuts, and cookies, look more celebratory and inviting with a little color. It is fairly easy to read a label to determine whether or not a decorating product for cakes and cookies contain gluten. However, if you are super-sensitive to gluten you probably wish to avoid any form of cross contact with glutenous products made in the same manufacturing facility. Continue reading “Are Cake Mate & Betty Crocker Decorating Products Gluten Free?”
Chocolate, graham crackers and marshmallows, what a delight! Now, add all of that to the top of a decadent chocolate cupcake or pumpkin muffin and what do you have? S’More cupcakes. Remove the gluten and what do you have? Gluten free S’more cupcakes. Need I say more? Read on to get the recipe. Continue reading “Gluten Free S’more Cupcakes”
A classic, yellow, gluten free cupcakes recipe topped with strawberry whipped cream, and garnished with chocolate leaves and strawberry wedges. Freeze them and then thaw. Serve cold for a summer treat. Continue reading “Gluten Free Cupcakes Recipe and Strawberry Whipped Cream or Frosting”
While having a Twinkie pan to make this gluten free Twinkie recipe is wonderful to recreate the traditional shape, you can make in any small pans. You may use mini cake pans, if you already have them. Just be sure to adjust the baking time if needed. Continue reading “Gluten Free Twinkie Recipe”
Moist gluten free apple muffins anyone would surely enjoy, even your gluten-eating friends and family members. If you already have a batch of Carla’s Gluten Free All-Purpose Flour Blend Recipe already made up, they are fairly simple to make. This particular recipe should turn out well with any gluten-free all-purpose flour blend. However, my flour blend recipe contains superfine rice flours which are very close to gluten all-purpose flour. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Continue reading “Gluten Free Apple Muffins or Cupcakes”
When I make cupcakes I prefer to use natural frosting rather than artificial food coloring, though when I do use coloring, I use Select Tea’s natural food coloring for non-baked/heated food. In the gluten free Halloween cupcakes pictured, decorations were used for color, which can be used year after year. I’ve listed several links to different cupcake and cake recipe, along with frosting choices. Enjoy and be creative!
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As many of your know, May is National Celiac Awareness month (and gluten-free awareness) . I was asked to contribute a gluten free cupcake recipe for the Cupcakes for a Cause event sponsored by the ACDA (American Celiac Disease Alliance). The number of cupcakes I needed to represent the number of years that I have been gluten free. Well, that seems simple enough, but because I fell off the wagon, so to speak, it hasn’t been quite 7 years, but that’s what I went with because that’s what I celebrate, the moment I found truth, gluten isn’t good. You’ll see my 7 cupcakes and a number of photos below. You may vote for which gluten free cupcake recipes you like on the Pinterest’s ACDA Cupcakes for a Cause page. Just like it or repin. Either counts as a vote. [Contest is now over.] Continue reading “Gluten Free Dark Chocolate Cupcakes”
Why not use one of these gluten free cake recipes and make gluten free cupcakes for Easter. They are wonderful for large groups, and can easily be frozen and then defrosted for frosting. Whatever your delight is, I’m sure you’ll find below, something that tempts your palate. Decorate in color! Add a little food coloring to the below fluffy white frosting, and perhaps use a little less fat (shortening or butter) to stiffen it up a bit or leave it fluffy. You can even add food coloring to homemade whipped cream. I like enjoy using natural food coloring made by Seelect Tea. You can find them online. Continue reading “Gluten Free Cupcakes for Easter”