This gluten-free version of the Hostess Cupcake is suitable for birthday celebrations or an afternoon treat. The secret ingredient is mashed avocado, which brings richness to the flavor and texture. Even if you have an aversion to avocado, be sure to try this – you’ll be amazed how the avocado enhances the flavor of the cacao.
Gluten-free Chocolate Cake
*Dissolve xylitol in a small amount of liquid on the stove. I combine 3 tablespoons xylitol with 1/8 cup kombucha. Water will work. I add 1 teaspoon of grass fed gelatin to make a nice syrup. The gelatin helps the whipping process.
To fill cupcakes with white frosting, cut a small hole with a serrated knife in the center of each. Add white frosting to the middle and allow some to drizzle onto the sides. I did this while the cupcakes were warm to get more of the drizzling effect.
- 53Looking for real food desserts your family will love? Try this Gluten-free Devil's Food Cake for any birthday or holiday treat! Consider adding a whipped cream frosting or this Dairy-free, Sugar-free Frosting. Wondering which sweetener to choose? See 5 Sweetener Alternatives. Gluten-free Devil's Food Cake
- 39Looking for kid-approved, family-friendly dessert recipes? Look no further than this gluten-free yellow cake created by 14-year-old Brandon! [mpprecipe-recipe:115] For more family-friendly desserts, check out the following: Mrs. Fields Gluten-free Cookie Alternative Gluten-free Angel Food Cake Sugar-free White Chocolate Fudge
- 34This simple dairy-free, sugar-free frosting combines coconut, palm shortening, and your favorite natural sweetener! Dairy-Free, Sugar-free Frosting Recipe This is my go-to recipe for any birthday or holiday decorating. The recipe is simple if you have coconut manna or coconut cream on hand. You'll also need a high-quality palm shortening.…