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Barkat Gluten Free baking powder is an excellent raising agent. It should be used where sensitivity to gluten and wheat prevent use of standard baking powder. Use as directed whenever the recipe calls for a raising agent.
Baking Powder Gluten Free ingredients: Disodium Diphosphate, Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate, Calcium Sulphate
Summary: This deliciously crumbly cake is naturally gluten-free and can be made sugar free by using xylitol (which has a low glycemic index and that is actually good for your teeth) in the cake and drizzling the cake with plain orange juice instead of a orange juice and sugar syrup.
Make it a vegan cake by replacing the butter with margarine, and every egg with 1 teaspoon egg replacer mixed in 2 Tablespoons water or 1 Tablespoon chia seeds or golden flaxseeds or linseeds mixed into 3 Tablespoons water.
Summary: Dundee cake is a lighter fruit cake perfect for Christmas, Christenings, or just anytime you want to treat your friends and family. To cater for gluten-free guests, simply use gluten-free flour and baking powder.
Summary: The twelfth night after Christmas marks the end of the celebrations and is the time for taking down the decorations. The French still keep the medieval tradition of baking a cake containing a dried bean. The person who gets the bean is the King or Queen for the evening, and is crowned with a paper crown. He or she is all powerful and can demand favours and forfeits from the guests, so make sure you know where the bean is hidden in the cake.
Just use gluten free flour and gluten free baking powder to make the cake gluten free.