It’s a bit of a miracle that I found the time BUT I made this Gluten Free Spiced Maple Tea Cake this week! For those that follow me on Instagram, you will have seen 6 weeks ago today I gave birth to a precious baby girl Lyla. As I’m sure you could imagine everything has taken a back seat while I’ve been getting to know my daughter and settling back at home.
I’m slowly getting some free time now though, so along with much needed sleep I plan to get back to baking and sharing new recipes with you all. So today I’ve kick started my blog again by sharing this Gluten Free Spiced Maple Tea Cake.
A special mention to food blogger Tutti Dolci’s for the original recipe I then modified to make gluten free!
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Since moving house, it’s been a little crazy in our kitchen — but the good kind of crazy with the end result being this Gluten Free Lemon Meringue Layer Cake. Jesse requested a Lemon Meringue Layer Cake for his birthday. Although a week late (yes I’m a terrible wife) and a trip to the hardware store later for a blowtorch, I am super proud of how the cake turned out.
If you want to make a special cake for a loved one I would highly recommend this amazing cake! The cake is filled with two layers of lemon curd and is super fluffy. Oh but don’t worry you don’t have to go out and buy a blowtorch to make this lemon meringue cake. You can simply use the oven to brown the meringue.
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The Naughty Dietitian
Today’s recipe is a Gluten Free Devil’s Food Cake! It might look like a simple chocolate cake, but it’s much more! It’s super moist and extremely well balanced, despite the dark chocolate used for the base flavour.
My colleagues at work had the tough job of taste testing this one. I don’t believe it disappointed anyone despite me overcooking it a little. Don’t be afraid to take it out of the oven even if it’s still a little sticky in the middle.
Every now and then I put in a request for these delicious Gluten Free Chocolate Molten Cakes.
It was the first dessert Jesse made for me when we were dating so they hold a special place in my heart. They also taste amazing with a liquid chocolate centre. Yum.
I would highly recommend you eat them warm with a scoop of ice cream (or cream if you fancy). Oh and if you’re a chocoholic you will definitely love them!
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Today I’m sharing this Gluten Free Madeira Cake recipe. Growing up I loved madeira cake. Though cakes were usually homemade in my house, I have fond memories of eating the supermarket kind that was lathered in thick orange icing.
I’m sure the ready made kind still exists at the supermarket, but I’m yet to find a gluten free version. Anyway, feeling nostalgic on the Australia Day long weekend I decided to make a gluten free version.
It went down a treat with my family, served for morning tea with a much needed coffee after a 2 hour drive to the beach.
Did you bake anything for Australia Day? Thanks for stopping by The Naughty Dietitian.