Divide the frosting into 4 to 6 equal portions, depending on how many colors you want in your Rainbow Swirl Frosting and place them into separate medium-size bowls.
Ganache, also known as truffle filling, is very versatile. Warm it for dipping cupcakes as a shiny topping, drizzling on frosted cupcakes as decoration or spooning over ice cream as hot fudge sauce. Cool it to room temperature to spread as frosting. Whip it for a lighter, fluffier frosting.
This is a dark chocolate frosting. For lighter chocolate frosting, blend it with some vanilla frosting, if you have some on hand. Refrigerate any extra in a sealed container up to 3 weeks; bring to room temperature and whip for a few minutes to make it fluffy again. In dry or cold weather, cocoa powder may cause this chocolate frosting to dry out faster; simply add a little hot water and remix for a fluffy consistency.
Use this frosting to top cupcakes and create flavored fillings. It also makes a yummy filling for sandwich cookies. Refrigerate any extra in a sealed container up to 3 weeks; bring to room temperature and whip for a few minutes to make it fluffy again.
This recipe is the little black dress of cupcakes. You can dress it up with a variety of fillings, frostings and decorative toppings or keep it basic with a simple vanilla or chocolate frosting. For a deeper chocolate flavor, increase the cocoa powder in this recipe by ¼ cup (to 1 cup total) and increase the milk by ¼ cup (to 2¼ cups total).
My favorite Julia Child quote is, “A party without cake is just a meeting.” Whether you’re celebrating Gluten Free & More’s 20th anniversary (as we are) or your own special event, how better than with cupcakes? After all, a cupcake is simply a mini cake in a convenient, self-serve package. The number one seller at my bakery is and always has been a chocolate cupcake. Here’s the winning recipe, along with ways to dress it up and make cupcakes the hit of your next celebration.
Vary the taste of this versatile cake recipe by replacing vanilla with a different gluten-free flavor extract, such as almond, orange or maple.
Light as air, these little cookies melt in your mouth. They make lovely gifts. Package them by the dozen in clear cellophane bags tied with ribbon for hostess gifts or party favors. The eggs cannot be replaced in this recipe.
These gluten-free baguettes pair perfectly with an antipasto or a pasta dinner.
These gluten free French dinner rolls are best when eaten within 2 days. To crisp and freshen, place the rolls in a preheated oven (350°F) for 5 minutes. They will keep up to 2 months in the freezer. To freeze, wrap them tightly in plastic wrap and again in foil.