08/03/2011 06:29 Filed in: Dessert
A friend of ours was throwing a large 3 day birthday-bash. They had a large sheet cake lined up for all the gluten-eating guests, but nothing for herself (the birthday girl).
Our friend asked Peg if she could make a gluten-free German Chocolate Cake.
Instead of standard sized cake, Peg decided to make a doz. cupcakes and this mini-cake.
The cake was a hit! Our friend was so excited she dug into it immediately and shared it with a few other gluten-free guests.
Another gluten-free guest headed directly for the cupcake container after seeing the mini-cake.
Peg is becoming quite the Google Master. She found the recipe in a cake baking forum - without any help from me.
After reading through the forums posts, it appears this recipe is from The Cake Mix Doctor Bakes Gluten-Free book by Anne Bryn. The premise of the book is to take ordinary [gluten-free] cake mixes, "doctor them up" and make them better! This is one cookbook we don't have.
Here is the cake recipe and frosting recipe
This mini-cake was made in 4 1/2" tart pans. We sliced the top off of the bottom layer to make it flat.
The rest of the batter went to make cupcakes.
If you are making this recipe for a gluten-free guest, please read our Guide to Gluten Cross-Contact.