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This is so helpful!
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Just wondering if anyone has a mix of GF (well we are really wheat free) flours to make cakes with? Im wanting to make a WF, EF, DF banana cake for DDs birthday party in 3 weeks... Lots of recipies say GF flour mix.. or just use Rice flour (which from my limited experience doesnt taste so great....


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Emmi, have you tried this site? They have loads of vegan, gluten-free cake recipes (and others) with different types of flours. Some of them have slightly crazy ingredients but I'm sure you could source them from somewhere?

I know Bin Inn in Lower Hutt sells a lot of unusual flours and mixes and things like that.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AandCsmum Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 March 2011 at 7:10pm
G/F flour mix can be anything you want. Usually on a rice flour base plus add in that gum stuff. Too lazy to get up & look what it is.

My suggest is make her a small muffin like cake or trial the mug cake with the alternative ingredients & then bake a normal cake for everyone else.
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Thanks MissShell and AandCsmum.
I will check out bin inn this week (hopefully!)
Thats a good idea Kel, but I am going to make a very hungry caterpillar cake... And I cant eat stuff either (still BFing) and I want to be able to eat what I want I havnt managed to get the right blend of flours, it ends up too grainy? I will keep playing though


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How did the cake go Emmi? We made a GF EF DF hungry caterpillar cake for DSs 1st bday too late for you now, but we used the love cake and it tasted sooooo good!

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Thanks for the different recipes. I am very eager to try them all.
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Hello,

We are parents of a young daughter, challenged with cow milk protein allergy. On top of this, we added white egg and soy ... so we have a pretty strange cuisine habits :-).

Here are some of our preferred recipes:
http://dairyfreehome.com/category/desserts/

All the best,

V.
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Hey that's such a helpful thread. Thanks for sharing.
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Hi! Here is my favourite recipe of gluten free cake Very delicious and easy to make! Enjoy)

Edited by Julie248099 - 21 May 2019 at 11:46am
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