There are many great cake recipes that are wheat-free and coeliac-friendly including cheesecakes, muffins and cupcakes. You can eat cake and be gluten-free!
These little cupcakes have the subtle (healthy!!) taste of grated pear and would you believe they are wheat-free and dairy-free.
A luscious flourless chocolate mousse cake that requires no cooking - except for some stovetop melting. Surprisingly easy despite the oohs and ahhs you'll receive!!!
This is a yummy, flourless, fail proof chocolate cake - the base and the filling are the same: one is baked while the other is just chilled. Use fresh eggs and good quality chocolate - preferably with 70% cocoa, and don't over bake the base.
This is a totally decadent recipe given to me by a bridesmaid. It is more a flourless dessert than a cake and, if cooked for a man on a date, will secure the relationship. The secret to success is in the cooking. Very hard work, but worth it.
This chocolate torte recipe is great anytime but has the added characteristic of having ingredients making it suitable for Passover. Garnish with a dusting of icing sugar and strawberries.
Gluten-free cake suitable for special occasions and all made in a food processor. Apples and dates hidden inside and a nice coconutty topping.
This moist gluten-free orange cake has been a favourite of my family for years. I like to fill the centre opening with chocolate dipped strawberries.
This gluten, wheat, dairy, and egg free cake is a real treat. Packed with full of fruit flavours and lots of health giving ingredients. Using the agave syrup instead of the sugar also makes it sugar free.
Ground almonds take the place of flour in this cake, thus making it a torte. Whole oranges and yoghurt give it a tangy flavour.
This throw together” fruit cake is not a decadent fruit cake but is scrumptious nonetheless. I offer it to you as a perfect natural rescue remedy for any sugar cravings, or as a quick easy cake for surprise guests. You could literally throw this together and be chowing down in under an hour.