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Velvet Cake
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I just made this cake for my birthday and it is SO good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1/3 cup Oil

1/3 cup shortening

3/4 cup+2 tablespoons Sugar

2 eggs

2 tablespoons cocoa

1 teaspoon vanilla flavoring

1 1/4 cup buttermilk

3/4 cup potato starch

1 1/4 cup sornstarch

2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

1/2 teaspoon salt

3 teaspoons xanthan gum

1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

1 tablespoon rice vinegar

Directions:

preheat oven to 325. in a large bowl, combing oil, shortening, and sugar. Mix well. Add eggs, cocoa, and canilla flavoring. Mix well. slowly add bittermilk, mixing well. Add potato starch, cornstarch, baking powder, salt, and xanthan gum. Mix well. batter will be quite thick.

In a small bowl, combine baking soda and vinegar. Immediately fold into batter. pour batter into a 9x13 rectangular pan. Bake 25-30 minutes. Wxtra portions must be frozen to retain fkavor and texture.

Makes 1 cake. Serves 15

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219

fat 11 g

cholesterol 29 mg

carbs 30 g

protein 2 g

sodium 317 mg

~The Gluten Free Kitchen

By Roben Ryberg

Frosting

1 cup milk

2 1/2 tablespoons cornstarch

1 cup butter

1 cup sugar

2 teaspoons vanilla flavoring

In a microwave safe bowl, combine milk and cornstarch. Stir well. Microwave this mixture for 2-4 minutes stirring every minure. Cover milk mixture with plastic wrap touching it's surface. cool to room temperature. in medium bowl, cream butter sugar and vanilla flavoring until light and fluffy. add milk mixture and beat umtil looks like whipped cream. this will take several minutes.

calories 444

fat 33 g

cholesterol 91 mg

carbs 37 g

protein 2 g

sodium 26 mg

great cake with frosting. it is as soft as velvet!

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