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Of course, I had a cupcake too and after the first bite, I knew I had to make this recipe!
Ok, ok, so here's the RECIPE!! I used King Arthur's Multi-purpose Flour and their recipe for Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake!
I have to tell ya, 4 years ago when Jack was diagnosed, these flour blends weren't easy to find, so making my own flour blend seemed overwhelming! I was just excited when I found Pamela's Products because she offers fabulous gluten-free mixes like chocolate cake mix, pancake mix, etc. and I felt assured that there were gluten-free products that were similiar to the "real" thing and I didn't have to feel overwhelmed of the idea of gluten-free baking from scratch!
Well guess what?! I did bake from scratch! I used more than 5 ingredients! I used 10 ingredients, not including the frosting!
Alrighty, so let's do this! It's super easy!
Step 1: Gather ingredients and set oven @ 350
|Don't forget the Xanthum Gum!|
Step 2: In medium bowl, mix dry all dry ingredients
Step 3: In your stand mixer or bigger bowl (I REALLY want a stand mixer), beat eggs, water, oil and vanilla.
Step 4: Start adding dry mix 1 cup at a time until all is mixed thoroughly.
Step 5: All mixed together - start filling muffin cups!
Bake for 15-18 minutes - check often, you do not want to overbake!
Step 6: Cool and then Frost! Betty Crocker's Rainbow Sprinkle Frosting says "Gluten-Free" and comes with Sprinkles!
Step 7: Ready to go to Jack's class and celebrate birthdays! And of course stop by the Principal's office to share the gluten-free love!
I plan to make these again for Jack's little brother's 1st birthday coming up in October! I'm going to try the Yellow Cake Recipe too!
I am soooo pleased with how these turned out! I will definitely use King Arthur's gluten-free flour blend again!
As always, ENJOY!