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Banana Cake (Gluten-Free)

7 eggs, separated
1 c. sugar
1 c. potato starch flour
2-3 mashed bananas
1 c. ground walnuts
Fresh strawberries, sliced
Ground walnuts for garnish

Beat whites until stiff and set aside. In separate bowl, beat yolks and sugar together. Add potato

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starch slowly, beating to a smooth consistency. Add mashed bananas and groundnuts. Gently fold mixture into whites. Grease bottom but not sides of tube pan. Pour batter into pan and bake at 350F for 45 minutes. Turn pan upside down and let cool. Garnish with strawberries and ground walnuts.

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Progresso soup check the label on their gluten free products, modified food starch is not gluten free.

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