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July 7, 2016

6 Must-Try Gluten Free Cake Recipes

Discover how to create an exciting range of gluten free cakes.

Hand picked recipes chosen for their amazing flavour and texture.

gluten free cake recipes

When we started out in the gluten free business over a decade ago it’s fair to say that gluten free food either didn’t exist or had a reputation for tasting really bad. Luckily things have changed drastically for those on a gluten free diet; there are brands that provide quick, easy gluten free solutions. There are also a huge selection of recipes out there that substitute traditional wheat flour for gluten free alternatives.

Gluten free cake recipes that you’ll love

At Well and Good we love sharing our passion for food and our ever-expanding list of recipes. Our first two considerations before publishing any recipe is flavour and texture. After all, if either of these two factors are lacking then the food will taste very average. Once we’re happy with the quality of the recipe, we also ensure it’s simple. People are busy. We get that. So we don’t provide hugely complex or time consuming recipes – they’re mostly toss ingredients in a bowl, mix then bake type recipes that usually take under 10 minutes preparation time.

gluten free mudcake recipe1. Gluten free mudcake

We wanted to kick off this list off with our gluten free mud cake. A rich, chocolate cake with a yummy fudge texture. It’s so easy to make using our Mudcake Mix. If you’re more of a scratch baker, then read on as we have recipes that allow you to get more creative in the kitchen.

This is a decadent cake which is perfect for an at home snack or can be dressed up for a crowd pleasing perfect birthday cake that everyone can enjoy.

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gluten free sponge cake recipe2. Gluten free sponge cake

A Victorian sponge cake is always popular. It’s usually one of the first foods to disappear at kids birthday parties and adults seem to enjoy them just as much. A simple one layer cake topped with cream or a majestic double layered work of art, you decide.

We’ve ensured that making your sponge will be simple and forget about a failed sponge that’s flat as a pancake. This recipe uses our sponge mix that allows you to create a beautiful looking cake every time.

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gluten free hummingbird cake recipe3. Gluten free Hummingbird cake

This cake recipe allows you to bake a stunning looking layered hummingbird cake from scratch. If you’re a bit short on time, forget the tiers and keep it simple with just one cake layer.

This cake combines gluten free flour and cinnamon with banana and pineapple to create a moist, flavour filled plate of yumminess. Add a cream cheese frosting along with walnuts, pecans or almonds to add extra texture.

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marble cake recipe4. Gluten free marble cake recipe

There’s something about marble cakes that makes them hard to resist. The swirling coloured cake complimented by pink icing make this recipe a great choice for your next tea party.

This recipe is made from our marble cake mix and can be whipped up in a few minutes. The pink icing is included to make life even easier.

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gluten free carrot cake recipe5. Best ever carrot cake

We labelled this cake – the best ever carrot cake. That’s a pretty bold statement but we think it’s a suitable title for this masterpiece of a cake.

It is a bake from scratch cake which uses a combination of sorghum and rice flour as the alternative to wheat flour. Whether you like carrots or not, we think you’re going to love this recipe.

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lime and coconut cheese cake
6. Cheesecake

Who doesn’t enjoy a cheesecake. This version is a fresh tasting treat that looks spectacular on the plate. It takes a bit longer to make than buying a store bought one, but we assure you the effort is worth it.

We’ve used gluten free flours that are high in fibre and protein for a bit of added nutrition.

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