Gluten-Free Almond Cake

This cake, deliciously sinful, was almost dairy-free too, then I double-checked the ingredients I used and it turned out there was milk in the almond filling. Quoque Gluten-Free Almond Caketu, Almond Filling…

Still, it was too good to discard the recipe. Next time, I’ll find a dairy-free substitute for the infamous almond filling.






What I had in the pantry:

Half cup Coconut oil (warmed to a liquid state)

3 Eggs

1 Can Almond Filling (unfortunately coming with milk)

2 Cups and 1 quarter cup of Gluten Free Pantry Old Fashioned Cake & Cookie Mix

Half teaspoon salt

1 Quarter cup of water

How I made the almond cake:

I threw all the ingredients in the KitchenAid bowl and let it go at slow speed until the mix looked nice (don’t you love how scientific I am?) Greased a Bundt pan with the coconut oil, poured the cake batter in it, and let it cook for 50 minutes at 350F (as usual, take the data as purely indicative, since my oven isn’t great.) The cake is particularly good as soon as out of the oven. I’m sorry to report that the next day it loses part of its mystique, perfume, and flavor. It must be the sneaky milk ruining it for everybody. Fortunately, the cake was eaten almost entirely five minutes after it landed on the kitchen table. Must report I wasn’t alone.

Gluten-Free Almond Cake

4 thoughts on “Gluten-Free Almond Cake

    1. Thank you, Francis, for the compliment and the reblog 🙂 You’ll love this cake because it’s so easy to make. Must say that the gluten-free cake mix I used hasn’t let me down once. Let me know how it turns out.

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