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Here is my recipe for a gluten free almond and carrot cake! A winning card for a thrilling coffee break even if you are gluten intolerant.
Finally I succeeded, I baked my first gluten free almond and carrot cake !!
It took a week of suffering, between conferences and events in the name of a coffee break with a high gluten content, in which I wished to savor splendid pastries and biscuits of all kinds to create this recipe.
I am so happy to be able to share the gluten free almond and carrot cake recipe with you and I hope it will serve someone who wants to try their hand at the stove.
It ‘s really good, I do not know if the desire to eat it helped me to find the right mix of ingredients but I think so and the great Freud gives me reason, moreover, desire is the essence of psychic life.
Here’s what you need for the gluten free almond and carrot cake:
150 gr of cane sugar
100 gr fine rice flour
100 gr of cornstarch
1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
1 sachet of baking powder
2 carrots cut into julienne
two tablespoons of almond grains
Mix the ingredients as in the preparation of a classic margherita cake.
Then bake at 180 degrees for about 30-40 minutes. do the test of the toothpick to check the cooking, remember that if the toothpick is wet the cake is not yet ready … alternatively take out your gluten free almond and carrot cake and enjoy it in the company of your friends.
The life of someone who, like me, is celiac or gluten intolerant, can sometimes be “uncomfortable” fortunately today there are many replaceable flours that help us to eat well.
Tips of the day
- If you love desserts, try also the recipe for gluten-free crepes: remember that in reality the crepes can also be salted simply by simply changing the filling.
- Unfortunately, the polar cold has arrived, it’s time to prepare nice soups: I suggest you try pasta and beans or pasta and chickpeas using gluten-free pasta.
- Stand in front of the fireplace with a nice glass of red wine and enjoy the evening reading Women who do not forgive by Camilla Lackberg.