This gluten free red velvet cake recipe is moist and luscious. Red Velvet is known for its richness. While not everyone has the time to make a three-layer, double-frosted cake, when you wish to impress guests, this is the cake to make. When time is short, make a single frosted cake and/or make a naked cake (no frosting on the sides). The cake, as well as frosting recipes, were raved about by my cookbook recipe testers. If you usually use ready-made frosting, you may never again.
Note: Also find this gluten-free recipe in my upcoming cookbook Carla’s Best 125 Gluten-Free Recipes. Continue reading “Double-Frosted Gluten Free Red Velvet Cake Recipe”
When you want a gluten free dessert for one (or more) think milk shakes. When you also have a craving for red velvet, think red velvet milkshake! Deliciousness at its best and so easy and fast to make! Continue reading “Gluten Free Red Velvet Milkshake”
If you are not familiar with whoopie pies, their texture is between a cookie and a cake. Filled with a cream cheese frosting, these gluten free red velvet whoopie pies are a treat that you can adjust the sweetness level to your liking. You can as much as double the powdered sugar, if desired, to make a filling closer to a oreos filling. I hope you enjoy this recipe. Some find anything made from a rich red velvet batter to be delicious. How about you? Continue reading “Gluten Free Red Velvet Whoopie Pies”
I’ve been contemplating what new gluten free Valentines’ Day recipes to post in the coming days. I wanted to make some gluten free red velvet pancakes using buttermilk, but since I didn’t have any, I needed a substitute. You know how you can make homemade buttermilk by adding a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (or white) to 1 cup of regular milk? Well, I decided to use some heavy whipping cream instead. The results? Absolutely amazing pancakes!
In essence, I made creme fraiche (soured cream), similar to buttermilk, but using cream.
Vinegar is always added to red velvet pancakes and baked goods because it masks the bitter flavor of artificial food coloring. No bitter taste, here! You could taste a slight hint of chocolate, and the rest just rich, moist, and a little sweet.
These pancakes were like eating a dessert, and not a gluten free one, either. You have to try these at least once. I towered the one in the photo below for a young boy, “Red Volcano Pancakes”. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Red Velvet Pancakes”
One of the many old traditions of red velvet cake is a southern one. During the Civil War families believed that baking a red cake would keep their men home, where it was safe. In this gluten free red velvet cake recipe, the “velvet” comes from its moisture, in this case the the additional eggs and oil. It is as moist and velvety as it looks. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Red Velvet Cake and Cream Cheese Frosting”