Just because you are looking for a dairy and gluten free cake recipe does not mean that you can’t have tasty cake as this wide range of cake recipes show.
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.
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.
This is one of my all time favourite desserts. I was very pleased that after modifying my old sticky date pudding recipe that the gluten-free and lactose-free variety is still delicious - you can hardly notice the difference! More date-y than some other varieties I've tried, but absolutely rich and delicious and easy to make!
I made this cake with gluten-free flour, though you can make it with normal plain flour too – just make sure you sift it in. I used skim milk – you can use soy or rice milk if you wanted to. The icing is the ultimate! You could also change up the lime rind to orange/lemon rind if you wanted to. If you’re making it for a lactose/dairy free person, you can just use a dairy free spread to the total amount of the cream cheese and butter.
This gluten-free dairy-free chocolate cake uses a nice mix of flours and baking powder to get a light texture. Coeliacs need never be without chocolate cake again.
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It may seem odd to have a banana and avocado in the same recipe, but the banana completely hides any taste of the avocado. The avocado is there simply for texture and nutritional value. Even my kids love this recipe! You can use any unsweetened milk in this recipe - almond, soy, rice or coconut - and for a bit of crunch use raw cocoa nibs instead of the cocoa powder.
A simple gluten-free orange and almond cake that is easy to make and tastes wonderful. Serve with an orange "cream" made from yoghurt, Cointreau and sugar.
A slightly bitter grown up version of chocolate cake for adults to enjoy. This will make 1 large cake and 6 small muffins
A creamy rice pudding is filled with walnuts and raisins that is a perfect recipe for any winter evening. Goes well with a warm hot chocolate.