Making Time for Tea and Lemon Coconut Cupcakes


Any time you find a delicious and refreshing gluten free desert itís a nice surprise, but these are real winners. I canít get enough! These gluten free lemon coconut cupcakes are fantastic. The tangy lemon zest really enhances the sweet and creamy flavor of the coconut. It is similar to a basic olive oil cake, but the addition of rice flour makes these gluten free and healthier. Top them with a bit of shaved coconut and they are not only delicious, but beautiful as well.
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Gluten Free Chocolate Pumpkin Marble Cupcakes


The combination of chocolate and pumpkin have never been this good. These gluten free chocolate pumpkin marble cupcakes are made out of potato starch and white rice flour. Perfect for the health conscious eater. The vanilla frosting of these chocolate cupcakes is garnished with tidbits of pumpkins. Delicious but healthy and guilt-free. The gluten free chocolate pumpkin marble cupcakes will surely be perfect with your favorite afternoon tea or juice.
Source Serious Eats

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DONT FORGET HOMOS BLOGHER FOOD


These gluten free chocolate cupcakes topped with a frosting of whipped cream cream cheese frosting are pure magic for your taste buds. They are an absolute delight for you to enjoy when you are allergic to products that contain gluten. With whipped cream in the cream cheese frosting and decorated with a center raspberry, these delicious gluten free chocolate cupcakes entice you to eat more and more, they are so divinely morish.
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Gluten Free Cupcake Bites


You donít have to be gluten-sensitive to enjoy these delicious gluten-free chocolate cupcakes. They are there for everyone to delight in. Covered with chocolate sprinkles and layered with delectable dark chocolate and mixed raspberry fruit with white chocolate dripping over the top, they look, and taste, like everyoneís ideal cupcake. This is the surprise you keep for the next book club meeting or that special rainy weekend with the family.
Source Elana’s Pantry

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Jelly Donut Cupcakes


Jelly Donuts are tasty on their own, but Jelly Donut cupcakes? How can anyone resist? These tasty treats are gluten free, and are made from coconut flour, sea salt, baking soda, apple sauce, grapeseed oil, agave nectar and vanilla extract. The filling – because donuts are nothing without filling – is made from raspberry jam and arrowroot powder. For a little extra touch, after baking, sprinkle the tops of these with xylitol powder. And Voila! Jelly donut cupcakes!
Source Elana’s Pantry

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Vanilla Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting


If you cannot tolerate gluten then you will love this recipe for vanilla cupcakes with chocolate frosting. The ingredients of coconut flour, Celtic sea salt, grape seed oil, agave nectar, and vanilla extract are certain to whet your appetite. Must have vanilla cupcakes, are always delicious to nibble at anytime, and with a simply divine chocolate frosting, these vanilla cupcakes are certainly winners. Take them to work with you or pop them into a lunch box for a quick snack.
Source Elana’s Pantry

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Gluten-Free Tuesday: Funfetti Cupcakes


These yummy super duper cupcakes besides being gluten free do not have any dairy or corn in them. Soy-free shortening added to the dry ingredients, makes them perfectly light and fluffy non-allergic cupcakes. You do not even have to use a food processor; simply use the paddle attachment of your cake mixer to cut in the shortening. Adding sprinkles to the topping gives them a look that is really deliciously appealing.
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Coconut Cupcakes with Key Lime Icing


Just like there are triple chocolate cupcakes, there are also triple coconut ones. In this case, the coconut flavor comes from the combination of coconut flour, shredded coconut and coconut oil. Since these cupcakes are gluten free (and therefore somewhat healthier), they also contain eggs, sea salt, agave nectar and baking soda.) The frosting is a gluten free key lime, made from heavy cream, agave nectar and key lime zest. The results are tangy and coconut-y and completely irrisistable!
Source Elana’s Pantry

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Blueberries and Cream Cupcakes


Gluten free cupcakes and other treats are one of the biggest food trends of the moment. Most gluten free treats use a combination of different flours to get the same effect as standard (gluten filled) flour, but these blueberry and cream cupcakes only use coconut flour. The other included ingredients include sea salt, baking soda, eggs, grapeseed oil, vanilla extract, agave nectar, and, of course, blueberries. Top with homemade whipped cream frosting and a few additional blueberries before serving!
Source Elana’s Pantry

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Gluten Free Quinoa Cupcakes


What makes gluten free cupcakes so different is their lack of standard flour. However, they still need something to hold them together and make them “cake-like.” In this cupcake recipe, the flour substitutes of choice are rice flour and quinoa. They also contain layer of spiced apples (made from scratch by apples, rum, water, sugar and cinnamon) as well as eggs, butter and more sugar. After baking, top them with a penuche frosting and then serve!
Source Cupcake Project

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