Baked in a traditional Bundt pan, this gluten-free cake has a moist, tender crumb and a delicate outer crust. It’s fragrant with cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg and ginger and will fill your house with a warm, comforting aroma. Drizzle with Caramel Glaze, sprinkle with confectioners’ sugar or serve it with ice cream or dairy-free frozen dessert. The flavor and texture of this cake is best when served at room temperature.
The deep chocolate flavor of this rich gluten free chocolate Bundt cake comes from layering 3 types of chocolate in one cake. Easy to make, this cake is large enough to feed a crowd, perfect for parties and entertaining. Best when eaten within 4 days of baking. This gluten-free recipe can be made dairy-free; see instructions below. It cannot be made with egg replacement.
These homemade cinnamon rolls are just like you remember them—small, warm rounds of springy dough bursting with cinnamon and topped with an old-fashioned sugar glaze.
This gluten-free apple bundt cake is moist and flavorful. Cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice pair with apples and a touch of rum to create a fragrant confection that will have everyone asking for seconds. This recipe also makes a delicious coffee cake for holiday brunch. Best when eaten within 3 days of baking. This recipe can be made dairy-free.
These homemade gluten-free cinnamon rolls are just like you remember them—small, warm rounds of springy dough bursting with cinnamon and topped with an old-fashioned sugar glaze.
This old-fashioned cake will seduce you with its delicate lemon flavor and tender, moist texture. It’s perfect for a late morning coffee klatch, an afternoon tea or a potluck dinner. Dress it up with fresh berries and ice cream or enjoy it on its own. This cake has a delicate lemon flavor; add an extra tablespoon of grated lemon rind for a more vibrant lemon flavor. Serve it slightly chilled or at room temperature. Best when eaten within 3 days of baking. This recipe can be made dairy-free; see instructions below.
Bundt cakes are very popular this time of year—and no wonder. Lovely as a centerpiece dessert on buffet and brunch tables, these confections are simple to make, can be prepared ahead, are easily transported and win versatility awards. No need to layer or frost. Gluten-Free Bundt cakes are already dressed up, thanks to attractive indentations from the pan. Just drizzle them with icing or dust with confectioners’ sugar—and enjoy!
To partially bake the crust, cover it with foil and heap dried beans or pie weights inside. Then place pie plate in the refrigerator while oven preheats to 400 degrees. Bake crust for 15 minutes or until edges turn golden. Allow crust to cool for a few minutes. Then remove foil and weights. If a crisp crust is desired, return crust to oven to bake uncovered for 3 more minutes. Allow crust to cool for 10 minutes before filling with prepared fruit.