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Es's Gluten Free Lemon and Maple Syrup Mini Bundt Cake

By: | April 29, 2017 | Tags: | 21 comments

TRH Gluten Free Lemon and Maple Syrup Mini Bundt Cake
Ingredients:
200g soft/room temperature unsalted butter
½ cup super fine/berry sugar
75ml maple syrup
5ml pure lemon extract
Grated rind of 2 lemons
4 XL eggs
200g Gluten Free All-Purpose Flour (I used Enjoy Life)
1½ tsp baking powder
¼ tsp salt
30ml lemon juice (½ lemon)
±15-20 drops yellow food coloring (optional)
Icing/confectioners sugar for dusting
Method:
Preheat oven to 350F.
Grease a 6 well mini Bundt pan.
Cream butter, sugar and maple syrup until light and fluffy with a hand mixer.
Add eggs one at a time, mix well after each addition.
Mix flour, baking powder and salt and mix into wet mixture.
Add lemon juice and zest and mix until combined.
Spoon ±½ cup into prepared mini Bundt pans and smooth the top with a spoon.
Bake 20-25 minutes till firm to the touch and you have reached a nice baked color, or until skewer inserted comes out clean.
Cool for ±10-15 minutes in the pans before turning them out onto a wire rack to cool completely.
Dust only once cold with icing sugar.
Own creation, Prepared, tried and tested by: Esme Slabs

  1. I haven’t had a bundt cake since my celiac diagnosis and I LOVE the lemon flavor – so refreshing and perfect for spring!

  2. That’s it!! I am going to have to schedule some cooking time into my routine Esme!!!!!! 🙂

    • Thought you already do most of the cooking…. Hope you will enjoy whatever you make

      • I do, but I meant some outside of that experiments. Some of your recipes for instance. Might have a bash at bread too…as a safe starter 🤔

        • Great, I will be honored if you do try and let me know what you think of it, any feedback will be welcome.

          • Certainly will Esme, have to get back into the swing of it as its ages since I did anything but main meals. I have a penchant for giant cookies too at present!!

          • Check the blog through the search option, you will find many cookies recipes. If you want anything in particular let me know then I will see if I have something similar and provide the link. For starters, you can have a look at these: https://cookandenjoyrecipes.wordpress.com/?s=cookies&submit=Search

          • How kind of you! I do my food shopping on Thursdays so I have until then to pick something to try on Friday. I’ll have a hunt through your blog. I’m certain I’ve seen a post already that seemed just the job.

          • I am looking forward to hear your verdict, a picture etc. then I will add it to the blog….

          • Oh my, a picture too!! No pressure then!! Seriously, that would be really nice of you. Might take a few attempts mind, bit out of practice on treat baking!!

          • Gary, no pressure, it would be awesome if you can do it, then I will add it to the blog, and credit you. I would ♥ to showcase your attempts as well.

          • OMG! that would end up in recipe humour! mind you it might be fun seeing how starting again leads back to actually producing something that looks delightful!

          • Gary – you’re a treat – I am sure whatever you make will be edible, and that’s all that matters. I do not do master pieces, I do home-baking and cooking for may family and friends. I am NOT a chef and to be honest, prefer the ordinary and not fancy stuff, and that’s what this blog is about

          • Well , shopping day draws nearer so watch this space! I will target a recipe tomorrow and get the necessary resources on Thursday! The we shall see if I have mastery over this new fangled oven!!

          • I am waiting and watching Gary ツツ

  3. Reblogged this on The Militant Negro™.

    • Thank you again – I had a craving for a lemony cake but had to create my own to be GF and am so happy with this one.

      • I love baked good but I find it takes too long for me to bake ’em myself, blessed there are a ton of fresh baked shops here in Sicily, all family owned.

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