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321 Shortcake - A Quick Easy One Serving Cake Mix


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#1 RyeSnake

 
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Posted 16 June 2013 - 11:08 AM

My wife came across a recipe I thought I'd pass along.  Been celiac for 10 years now and miss strawberry shortcake dearly.  Mix your faviorite gluten free cake mix wiith gluten free angel food cake. Follow these steps next after mixing.

 

3 TSP of cake mix (bow mixed together) into a small one serving bowl.

2 TSP of water into mix.

1 Minute in the microwave

 

Its done....now add strawberries or peaches....etc and cool whip.  Enjoy!


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Posted 16 June 2013 - 05:40 PM

Are  you  saying to mix  a box  of gluten-free  cake  mix  with a gluten-free angel cake mix , then  use 3 TBSP  of  the blend  for  a  mug  cake?   no egg just  water?

Just  trying  to  clarify the  recipe  for others....


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#3 umsami

 
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Posted 17 June 2013 - 05:00 PM

Are  you  saying to mix  a box  of gluten-free  cake  mix  with a gluten-free angel cake mix , then  use 3 TBSP  of  the blend  for  a  mug  cake?   no egg just  water?

Just  trying  to  clarify the  recipe  for others....

 

I'm guessing yes.  That's how the non-gluten-free version works.  The angel food cake is made with egg whites, so it replaces the egg. :)


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#4 GottaSki

 
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Posted 17 June 2013 - 05:19 PM

Great - thanks for sharing :)


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