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Artisanal Gluten-Free Cupcakes:
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I bought this book on Saturday and finally had time (and ingredients) to make a batch of cupcakes.

I am in heaven, I just made the snickerdoodle cupcakes and used store bought vanilla icing. The texture and flavor are wonderful! I don't feel like I am eating a gluten free cupcake. I really like this book because it not only has cupcake recipes but also a few extras like a gluten free snickerdoodle cookie recipe.

The basic gluten-free flour mix they use has brown rice flour, sorghum flour, potato flour, potato starch, cornstarch, xantham gum...

I found all the ingredients easily except for potato flour but I used extra brown rice flour instead. Potato flour and potato starch flour is not the same thing btw. I was able to find Swan brand potato starch flour which is starch (not flour even though it's in the name). I did read where you can take instant potato flakes and grind them to make potato flour but just didn't want to bother with that.

Anyway, wanted to share my new find. : )

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Is this from "Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking" cookbook by Kelli Bronski and Peter Bronski?

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Is this from "Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking" cookbook by Kelli Bronski and Peter Bronski?

Pretty sure it's the same people but different book. This one is all cupcakes and has a cupcake on the cover. Is it ok to post a link?

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Yep, same people, different cookbook. It looks awesome! Maybe I need to pretend I didn't hear about it? :D Their recipes in the cookbook were really good.

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Pretty sure it's the same people but different book. This one is all cupcakes and has a cupcake on the cover. Is it ok to post a link?

Yes, please :)

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I took a bunch to work because I had NO self control on these and no one would have known they were gluten free if I hadn't told them.

Ok, I tried to add the link but it got all wonky and when I check it it said "company name removed because they spammed the forum"? sorry.

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