Gluten-Free Cola Cake

This cake should be banned, it is so addictive. Seriously, it is so good, you can feed it to glutenavores (what do you call people who eat gluten?) and they will not know that they are eating a gluten free dessert.  Unfortunately, I didn’t do it justice when I photographed it.

You can find this decadent Gluten-Free Cola Cake Recipe at Gluten Free Flavor Full.



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About Alea Milham

Alea Milham is the owner and editor of Premeditated Leftovers. She shares her tips for saving money and time while reducing waste in her home. Her favorite hobby, gardening, is a frugal source of organic produce for her recipes. She believes it is possible to live fully and eat well while spending less.

Comments

  1. gfe--gluten free easily says:

    Alea–I tried to comment yesterday, but lost my comment and gave up for the moment. ;-) Cola can be so bad for you, but yet so flavorful in cakes, with roasts, pork chops, etc. This cake looks totally delicious! :-) A note about modified food starch … if it's made from wheat, that must be shown on the label–either within the ingredient listing or at the end, CONTAINS: WHEAT. So we don't need to be afraid of products just because they contain modified food starch.

    Shirley

  2. Shirley that is so good to know! Thanks for letting me know. I have been avoiding modified food starch entirely.

  3. I've put coffee in chocolate cake and sprite in a yellow cake, so I'm sure cola in a chocolate cake would be great too. It looks delicious!

  4. saxifrage says:

    Oh my, this sounds delicious! I'm new to the blogging world and I'm really enjoying all these mouth-watering recipes. Thanks for sharing!

  5. jennifer says:

    Hi~
    Just found your blog…can't wait to have a look around.
    I may try this as cupcakes for my tiny, celiac. He would be in heaven!

  6. I am newly gf and do not have all the different flours. Do anyone know if I can use Pamela's??

  7. Yes, you can replace the flours, starch, and xanthan gum with 2 cups of all-purpose gluten-free flour.

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