Gluten free brownies

Brownies are a gluten free bakers best friend and a great place to start out. They use less flour than regular cakes, so the missing gluten has less of an effect on your results. There also intentionally dense meaning that even if you under or over-bake, you’ll get away with it. I always use use chocolate with a hight coco content in my gluten free brownies, which helps your brownies set properly once out of the oven. And I add a little xanthan gum to mix just to be safe.

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Bundt cake in a kitchen

Caramelised walnut cappuccino gluten free bundt cake

Bundt cakes are your best friend as a gluten free baker. The shape of the tin means your cake cooks from the inside and outside at the same time, meaning your more likely to avoid a stogy centre. They’re also great if your short on time (or if you’re feeling lazy, like I often am) as they cook quick and look great straight out of the tin.

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