Easter baking doesn’t have to be complicated. You can make a simple cake and fill with Easter eggs. Choose from multiple gluten free bundt cakes on this website, dust with confectioners’ sugar, and fill the center with gluten free Easter candy. Also, learn how to easily create gluten free speckled Easter eggs from non-speckled eggs. It’s super easy!
Gluten Free Bundt Cakes
Choose from any of the below Gluten Free Bundt Cake Recipes. Once the cake is “completely” cool, add a little confectioners’ sugar to a small strainer. Tap the side of the strainer with you finger or a spoon, while it about 12 inches above the cake, moving in a circular motion, and allow the sugar to fall on top of the cake. (If the cake is still a little warm, the powdered sugar will melt and turn into a glaze.) Fill the center with chocolate Easter eggs. My fave is Cadbury Milk Chocolate Mini Eggs with a crisp sugar shell. (I purchased mine online from Walmart.)
Gluten Free Lemon Bundt Cake (Dairy-Free)
Gluten Free Southern Pecan Pound Cake
Gluten Free Pineapple or Orange Bundt Cake
Gluten Free Cinnamon Swirl Bundt Cake
Gluten Free Cinnamon Roll Bundt Cake
Gluten Free Chocolate Bundt Cake with Dairy-Free Options + Video
Gluten Free Gingerbread Bundt Cake
Gluten Free Heavenly Pound Cake in Angel Food or Bundt Pan
Gluten Free Banana Chiffon Bundt Cake (Dairy-Free) + Texture Video + and Cooling Video
Gluten Free Chocolate Chiffon Bundt Cake (Dairy-Free) + Video
Gluten Free Chiffon Cake (Dairy-Free) Vanilla, Chocolate, Lemon, or Almond + Video
Gluten Free Speckled Robin Eggs
Lastly, fill the center with gluten free Easter eggs. The traditional speckled robin eggs are made of chocolate covered malted balls and contain gluten. Therefore, purchase gluten free easter eggs or color hard boiled eggs. Then, using a new/clean paint brush with a very small tip, dip into a dark colored liquid food coloring and speckle them by hand. Set aside to completely dry before turning over to speckle the other side.