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    The Coffeecake Connection's Gluten-Free Traditional Mini Cake-a-lette Variety 4 Pack

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    Celiac.com 10/14/2013 - I once read that coffeecake is a great excuse to eat cake in the morning, and I'd have to agree! With mini-cake-a-lettes from The Coffeecake Company, you can have your cake and eat it too. These are some of the best gluten-free coffee cakes around. Buttermilk makes these cakes fresh, moist and delicate you'll want to savor every bite.  

    The sampler pack of the mini "cake-a-lettes" comes in 4 different flavors. The Signature coffee cake is your traditional coffee cake flavor, but the melt in your mouth texture makes it so you'd never know it is gluten-free. The Triple Berry Coffee Cake is a fruit-lovers dream containing boysenberry, raspberry, and blueberry flavors. The Cinnamon Swirl Coffee Cake is a little on the sweet side, but still very tasty due to the fact that the cinnamon is not overpowering. The Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake is a chocolate-lover's paradise  rich but not heavy. It has just the right amount of semi-sweet chocolate chips.



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    These gluten-free coffee cakes are great for family and friends, and work well for any occasion. In addition to being gluten-free, they are also nut and preservative-free.

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