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#1 Persei V.

 
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Posted 07 October 2012 - 12:37 PM

I had problems with baking powder lately so I found a recipe of a gluten-y cake without the damned ingredient. I adapted the recipe a little and that's what I came up with:

Ingredients:

2 eggs (eggwhites and yolks separate)
3/4 cup of brown sugar
4 tablespoons of lemon juice (for people who can't have Citrus, you could just use water or other kind of watery juice)
1 tablespoong of honey
1 cup of brown rice flour

How to get down to business:

Beat eggwhites until they are stiff and cream-like. Add yolks. After more beating, add the sugar. After the dough is well mixed, add the lemon juice and the honey.

For last, add the flour, bit by bit. The dough is watery. But don't worry, the dough really grows in the oven by pure witchcraft.

Bake on medium heat for 8 to 12 minutes.

This how it went to the oven:
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This is how the lovelies came out:
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I must confess I cheated on the diet and used white sugar instead...

Also, here are the ingredients of the original recipe:

6 eggs
3 cups of white sugar
12 tablespoons of water
3 cups of wheat flour

So enjoy :P
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Lactose free: 8/6/2006
Gluten and dairy free: 5/2/2012
Grain free: 11/12/2012

I am able to eat somre processed foods again (chocolate, lollipops, soysauce).

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 01:03 PM

i might try and make those one of these days (sans the lemon juice, i can't stand it).

I wounder if i could turn it into bars? Backing pan? Maybe it'd work?
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Posted 07 October 2012 - 01:21 PM

It would... I reduced the recipe to a third because I can't have too much of anything, then I turned what I got in cupcakes.

Thrice the recipe, you'll have enough dough for an entire cake (in whatever shape you like).
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I am able to eat somre processed foods again (chocolate, lollipops, soysauce).

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 03:09 PM

Ohhh i'll have to try it then when i get my hands on some flour. :)
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Posted 09 October 2012 - 12:28 PM

I had problems with baking powder lately so I found a recipe of a gluten-y cake without the damned ingredient. I adapted the recipe a little and that's what I came up with:

Ingredients:

2 eggs (eggwhites and yolks separate)
3/4 cup of brown sugar
4 tablespoons of lemon juice (for people who can't have Citrus, you could just use water or other kind of watery juice)
1 tablespoong of honey
1 cup of brown rice flour

How to get down to business:

Beat eggwhites until they are stiff and cream-like. Add yolks. After more beating, add the sugar. After the dough is well mixed, add the lemon juice and the honey.

For last, add the flour, bit by bit. The dough is watery. But don't worry, the dough really grows in the oven by pure witchcraft.

Bake on medium heat for 8 to 12 minutes.

This how it went to the oven:
Posted Image

This is how the lovelies came out:
Posted Image

I must confess I cheated on the diet and used white sugar instead...

Also, here are the ingredients of the original recipe:

6 eggs
3 cups of white sugar
12 tablespoons of water
3 cups of wheat flour

So enjoy :P


This is showing 15 cupcakes are you saying thats how much this recipe makes?
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#6 Persei V.

 
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Posted 09 October 2012 - 01:51 PM

This is showing 15 cupcakes are you saying thats how much this recipe makes?


No. This was only the first batch. I made 21 really tiny cupcakes :D

But you can always multiply the recipe by two or by three. The original recipe was for an entire cake and I reduced it to a third because of my leaky gut.
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Gluten and dairy free: 5/2/2012
Grain free: 11/12/2012

I am able to eat somre processed foods again (chocolate, lollipops, soysauce).

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 02:06 PM

No. This was only the first batch. I made 21 really tiny cupcakes :D

But you can always multiply the recipe by two or by three. The original recipe was for an entire cake and I reduced it to a third because of my leaky gut.


Thanks, I actually want to make less regular sized cupcakes. I guess your 21 would be about 7 regular size ? so that works for me.
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#8 Persei V.

 
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Posted 09 October 2012 - 02:13 PM

Thanks, I actually want to make less regular sized cupcakes. I guess your 21 would be about 7 regular size ? so that works for me.


7 or something really close to that...
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Lactose free: 8/6/2006
Gluten and dairy free: 5/2/2012
Grain free: 11/12/2012

I am able to eat somre processed foods again (chocolate, lollipops, soysauce).




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