Gluten-Free Samoa Cupcakes

Gluten-Free Samoa Cupcakes

If gluten issues are a problem for you then take comfort in these gluten-free Samoa cupcakes. They are easy to make, which is a good thing, because they aren’t going to be around for long. Even those who don’t care about gluten are going to dig into these cupcakes. One thing you may want to do is let them totally cool first before enjoying them, because once they have cooled their flavor is greatly enhanced.

Source: My Baking Addiction

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Gluten-Free Chocolate Peanut Banana Cupcakes

Gluten-Free Chocolate Peanut Banana Cupcakes

Just imagine the best trio in the world, which is chocolate, peanut and banana, making its debut in a gluten-free cupcake! No longer do those who are gluten intolerant have to do without the wonderful experience of consuming a cupcake, and especially one comprised of this dynamic duo. The recipe says they will keep two or three days. That might be true if the house is empty and there is nobody there to devour these beauties, otherwise they are not likely to see a storage container once they have come out of the oven.

Source: Kitchen Sanctuary

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Pineapple Coconut Cupcakes

Pineapple Coconut Cupcakes

Go retro this spring with these delicious Pineapple Cocunut cupcakes that will remind you of childhood and Easter parties. The yellow cupcake base and the cocunut frosting just looks like Spring,and if you ever get tired of chocolate cupcakes you can give your tastebuds a yummy break. This heavenly pineapple and cocunut flavor combo is healthy too, so you never have to feel guilty about eating one..or two..or more!

Source: Gluten Free Canteen

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Healthy Carrot Cake Cupcakes

Healthy Carrot Cake Cupcakes

These healthy carrot cake cupcakes (I know, hard to believe that something with ‘cake’ twice in its name can be healthy) are delightful. They can be sugar-free, gluten-free, and high-fiber..three reasons to eat three of these cupcakes. Or more, we won’t judge. The cupcakes are soft and moist, and are versatile enough to serve as breakfast or dessert. Yes, you heard us right – cupcakes for breakfast!

Source: Chocolate-Covered Katie

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Blueberry Baby Cakes


These blueberry cupcakes (or baby cakes, as this recipe calls them) are made from a combination of different gluten-free flours, including sorghum, rice, buckwheat and tapioca starch. The flavor comes from the fresh – or frozen, your choice – blueberries, some nutmeg, brown sugar and bourbon vanilla extract. Once these blueberry cupcakes have baked, drizzle their tops with some lemon glaze and then serve. Of course, you can always forego the lemon glaze, they are just as delectable without it!
Source Gluten Free Goddess

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GLUTEN FREE YOUNG COCONUT CUPCAKES


Just because something is gluten free, that does not mean that it will not taste good. These sweet cupcakes are flavored with coconut (both coconut juice and shredded coconut are in the batter), and contain sorghum flour, cornstarch and guar gum instead of cake flour. The rest of the ingredients, including buttermilk, almond extract and vanilla extract, are identical to those in “standard” gluten-filled cupcakes. The frosting is a homemade cream cheese that is topped with almonds – and little more shredded coconut, if you so desire.
Source iVillage

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ORANGE CREME CUPCAKES VEGAN AND GLUTEN FREE


If you have food allergies, your options for dessert (let alone standard meals) are extremely limited. After all, baking a tasty egg-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and rice-free dessert can be tricky. Thankfully there are plenty of recipes like this one that fit that mold. These cupcakes taste like an orange creamsicle, only without all of the harmful things that a real creamsicle contains. Instead, enjoy this allergen-free cupcake with orange zest on top.
Source Gluten Free Goddess

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Riesling Cupcakes with Pear Mascarpone Frosting (Gluten-Free Cupcakes)


These cupcakes are perfect for wine lovers. They contain a unique Riesling grape seed flour and Riesling oil – both specialty items – and some Riesling wine. What does this mean? That these treats are an adults-only goodie! The batter also has numerous other more-traditional ingredients, so they are, indeed, cupcakes, not just “winecakes.” The frosting is a pear mascarpone that is topped with chopped walnuts before serving. Tasty and different – you can’t beat that combination!
Source Cupcake Project

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VEGAN CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES WITH COFFEE


More and more gluten free recipes are coming out every day. The reason is because they are the perfect contrast. Healthy and decadent at the same time. Maybe healthy isn’t the right word to describe a cupcake, but if there ever was a healthy cupcake this gluten free, vegan chocolate cupcake with coffee icing would be it. These cupcakes still taste like a guilty pleasure in every mouthful, maybe even just a bit better because there is no regret.
Source Gluten Free Goddess

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THE TASTE PF THE FAMILIAR IN GINGER MOLASSES CUPCAKES


Its always hard to find gluten free baked goods, especially ones that dont taste like it, but you dont have to be gluten-free to enjoy these ginger molasses cupcakes. The ginger and molasses flavor in these always reminds me of eating ginger cookies as a child. These are dense and moist cupcakes reminiscent of ginger bread. The molasses flavor is just right without getting too bitter and the simple cream and sugar frosting is light and fluffy.
Source Gluten Free Girl

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