This gluten and dairy free orange polenta cake is supercharged with citrusy goodness. It’s soft and dense, moist and crumbly, and most certainly delicious. The cake is soaked with an orange and lime syrup, which brings it to a whole new level. (Psst, there’s a video with step-by-step instructions, as well!)
Okay, first of all: raise your hand if you know what “polenta” is.
Polenta is basically the Italian version of grits. If you go into more detail, it turns out that polenta and grits are made from different types of corn… but they’re both some sort of coarsely ground cornmeal in the end.
This gluten and dairy free roll cake combines the taste of comfort food with the appearance of a sophisticated dessert. The gluten free vanilla sponge is fluffy and flavourful, and goes wonderfully together with the dairy free chocolate frosting. The polka dot pattern adds the finishing touch, and only contains natural colourings.
I love polka dots. I also love complicating things. So, knowing this, and also knowing that I’ve never made a roll cake before… of course my first roll cake would be gluten AND dairy free, with a polka dot pattern. Of course.
This fun and delicious gluten free zebra cake is super easy to make and bound to impress just about anyone. Chocolate and vanilla cake batters complement each other perfectly in this sweet, moist and airy zebra cake that is suitable for all occasions, be it on its own or frosted in buttercream.
There are many things to love about this delightful gluten free zebra cake.
It’s super fun – to make, to eat, to look at.
It’s chocolate and it’s vanilla, no need to decide between the two.
It’s incredibly easy to make (although you might not think so).
And it looks ridiculously impressive.
Oh, and it’s simply delicious.
This super quick chocolate gluten free mug cake recipe ensures that when the craving strikes, you can feast on an incredibly fluffy, moist and decadent cake in 5 minutes flat. This single serving microwave cake recipe also means that the cake is yours, and yours alone. I know, you’re welcome.
I want cake. Right now, preferably 5 minutes ago.
“But there’s no instant-cake-fairy,” you might say. “There is no cake. You’ll need to wait at least half an hour for the batter to be mixed and baked. Perhaps longer.”