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Gluten/Dairy/Egg Free Chocolate Cake

By pippapal on 23 September 2010 | Viewed 36284 times

Whats left when you take all those out?  A really yummy, really easy, fail safe chocolate cake.  I made this for my youngest’s 1st birthday, he suffers from multiple food allergies and everyone laughed at the idea of a cake with no good stuff in it.  Well it disappeared within minutes once people tried it.  This cake was so great as we were hosting a few people with different dietary needs - it ticks pretty much all the boxes.

Ingredients

125g dairy free butter - I use Olivani Olive Oil Spread
1 cup Rice Milk
1 tbsp Golden Syrup
1 cup Sugar
2 cups GF flour/baking mix
1 cup Coconut
1 heaped tbsp Cocoa
1 tsp Baking Powder
1 tsp baking soda, dissolved in 1 cup cold tea

Method

Preheat oven to 180 degrees C.

Cream butter & sugar.  Mix in golden syrup and rice milk.  Add flour, coconut, cocoa and baking powder.  Mix well and add tea/baking soda mixture and mix well again.  Pour into cake tin, scraping down the mixing bowl with a spatula.  Bake for 3/4 hour.

This can be iced with anything you like, I’ve used butter icing (substituting butter for Olivani - keep cake in fridge though as Olivani is softer than butter) or just the usual icing sugar, cocoa and hot water recipe sprinkled with GF hundreds and thousands - such a kids treat.

Going to give it a go smile

Posted by Natasha Frame  on  07/02/11  at  10:33 PM

I found this cake too heavy and the coconut was weird in the cake and sort of dulled the chocolate flavor. Sorry I didn’t like this recipe at all, found the GF Chocolate Cake recipe from Binn Inn much better.

Posted by Toni  on  06/04/12  at  08:39 AM

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