King arthur gluten free yellow cake mix recipes*

Gluten-Free Yellow Cake Mix

King Arthur Flour's Gluten-Free Yellow Cake Mix was selected as a sofi Silver Finalist by the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade The annual sofi awards recognize outstanding innovation in specialty foods

What you get

The flavor you've been waiting for Tender, golden cake or cupcakes from our gluten-free mix Match with your choice of frosting or filling to make the favorite treats you've been missing

Dietary information
Test kitchen tips

After each addition of ingredients, beat on low or medium low speed, just until the ingredients are thoroughly combined; there's no need to beat lots of air into this cake Overbeating can make the cake over-rise while baking and then fall while cooling

The cake has to bake past the point that a toothpick comes out clean—it has to feel firm in the middle and be golden brown It is helpful to have a thermometer to check that the internal temperature is really 212°F

For a Bundt-style cake prepare as directed, using your favorite 10 cup capacity pan Bake for 45-48 minutes (an instant read thermometer should read about 205°F) Cool in the pan for 10 minutes before turning out onto to rack to cool completely

For a dairy free version, replace the butter and milk with vegan buttery sticks and rice milk

Think outside the box! Our bakers have come up with creative, inspiring ways to use this mix as a base for other delicious baked goods: Try:

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customer reviews

We're so happy to hear that you enjoyed this mix, Emanuela! Our GF Muffin Mix is equally delicious, but the texture and flavors will differ from the GF Yellow Cake Mix Molly@KAF

Hi, Tenneh It sounds like either the butter, soy milk or the oil may have been on the older side, as this isn't something we've seen (or smelled) here in our kitchens MJR @ KAF

Gluten-Free Yellow Cake Mix

Gluten-Free Yellow Cake Mix

Make baking a cakewalk Our motto? Never compromise on cake So we carefully craft our gluten-free mix to make the best ever yellow cake, every time you bake Turn it into a tender, golden layer cake or make a batch of moist, finely-crumbed cupcakes You pick the frostings and fillings (sprinkles are optional, but highly recommended)

Here's what our customers say

Made this for my mom’s birthday so that my son and wife could eat it (they are gluten-free but the rest of my family is not) Everyone loved it, especially my mom and sister who normally are ‘the more gluten, the better’ type people In fact, my sister requested it for her birthday a couple of months later!

This mix makes a lovely, light-textured cake I will serve it to people who do not have problems with gluten, as well as those who do It is wonderful to have great flavor and texture and the convenience of a mix

Gluten-free Yellow Cake Mix

Gluten-free Yellow Cake Mix

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Gluten-free Yellow Cake Mix

Almond Cake
  1. To make a lovely, soft almond bundt cake from our gluten-free yellow cake mix, add 1/2 teaspoon almond extract to the butter and oil, and 1 cup almond flour* to the mixI prefer a homemade rich and delicious cake.
  2. Bake in a 12-cup bundt cake pan at 325°F for 50 to 60 minutes until the internal temperature is 212°F
  3. For The Glaze: combine 1 cup sifted confectioners' sugar, 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon almond extract, 4 to 6 tablespoons milk or cream
  4. Whisk together using the smallest amount of liquid, and add milk or cream until you get a glaze the texture of molasses
  5. Drizzle over cooled cake and sprinkle with sliced or slivered almonds if desired
Lemon Bundt Cake
  1. To make a scrumptious lemon bundt cake from our gluten-free yellow cake mix, add the finely grated zest of two lemons to the butter and oil, and 1 cup almond flour* to the mix
  2. Bake in a 12-cup bundt cake pan at 325°F for 55 to 60 minutes until the until the cake is brown and the middle of the cake feels firm when pressed The internal temperature should be 210°-212°F
  3. Remove cake from the oven, let cool in the pan for 15 minutes, then turn out of the pan onto a rack
  4. Brush the warm cake with the glaze from the lemon bliss cake
Orange Layer Cake
  1. To make a bright and zesty orange cake from our gluten-free yellow cake mix, add the finely-grated zest of an orange to the butter and oil, and substitute orange juice for the milk in the mix directions Bake as directed

If you don't have almond flour, grind 2/3 cups of blanched almonds with half the mix in your blender or food processor until powdery, then combine with the rest of the cake mix