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Rice Flour Cake Recipe – Vanilla Cupcakes
Dairy Free, Soya Free, Wheat/Gluten Free & Nut Free
I made these rice flour vanilla cupcakes for my sons second birthday last week, using the same recipe as his birthday cake. I decided to make these cupcakes the night before his birthday, I’d already made his birthday cake but I invited more people the day before to come round on his birthday (when we got back from monkey forest) and then I started panicking, thinking there won’t be enough cake to go around. Of course we had too much cake, but it didn’t go to waste. Everyone loved it and the comments I received were: ”it tastes like a professionally bought cake” ”you would never know that’s wheat free or dairy free” ”It really is delicious – you should be proud”. My family are always very honest about my baking so I know these cakes are truly delicious!!!
I decorated these cupcakes using shop bought icing, shimmer spray and blue sugar crystals which I bought from Tesco.
100g rice flour – I used Doves Farm rice flour
1 teaspoons baking powder (gluten free)
1 teaspoons vanilla essence
110g dairy and soya free spread (I use vitalite)
1. Preheat the oven to Gas mark 3 and line a baking tray with 12 paper cupcake cases.
2. Place all of the ingredients into a large mixing bowl and blend using an electric whisk. Divide the mixture between the 12 cupcake cases and bake in the oven for 25-30 minutes or until you can insert a tooth pick and it comes out clean.
3. Place the cupcakes onto a wire rack to cool. Once cooled decorate as you wish. I used the following shop bought cake decorations…
Let me know what you think of these cupcakes by commenting below or posting to our Facebook page. Send me pictures of how you decorated yours too, I’d love to see!
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