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So I know that I could check all the ingredients (but there were a lot) so I was hoping that someone would know what if any cake frosting are gluten free. I want to bake a cake, but don't know what I can put on it. Thanks.

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Frosting is pretty easy to whip up from scratch if you have the time. If you have any cookbooks there should be some pretty basic recipes in the cake section. There are several premade ones you can buy also that are gluten free. Here are some links for you to look at.

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.ph...amp;hl=frosting

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.ph...mp;#entry534795

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.ph...c=58344&hl=

Also depending on where you are at I have bought GINGER EVANS RTS FROSTINGS - all flavors but coconut pecan - gluten free & dairy free (This information came from the Save-A-Lot quality assurance specialist back in Nov. 08). I have eaten the vanilla, chocholate and vanilla cream cheese without any problems. Hope this helps and good eats! :D

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Frosting is pretty easy to whip up from scratch if you have the time. If you have any cookbooks there should be some pretty basic recipes in the cake section. There are several premade ones you can buy also that are gluten free. Here are some links for you to look at.

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.ph...amp;hl=frosting

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.ph...mp;#entry534795

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.ph...c=58344&hl=

Also depending on where you are at I have bought GINGER EVANS RTS FROSTINGS - all flavors but coconut pecan - gluten free & dairy free (This information came from the Save-A-Lot quality assurance specialist back in Nov. 08). I have eaten the vanilla, chocholate and vanilla cream cheese without any problems. Hope this helps and good eats! :D

Thanks so much! I'm making gluten free cake for the first time tomorrow. So excited.

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I find Gluten Free cake mixes bake up kind of dry. Therefore, I use Ancel Coconut on top. This helps to "moisten" the cake and it is good either on a yellow or chocolate cake.

Wenmin

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I find Gluten Free cake mixes bake up kind of dry. Therefore, I use Ancel Coconut on top. This helps to "moisten" the cake and it is good either on a yellow or chocolate cake.

Wenmin

Ancel Coconut on top? I am a new to celiac disease and foods. Ancel Coconut? Is this something you sprinkle on top once the cake is done or sprinkle on top of the batter before you put in the oven to cook? :rolleyes:

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Ancel Coconut on top? I am a new to celiac disease and foods. Ancel Coconut? Is this something you sprinkle on top once the cake is done or sprinkle on top of the batter before you put in the oven to cook? :rolleyes:

Ancel coconut is the name brand. It is a grated coconut in a heavy syrup. Found in the can around the pie fillings. Lots of juices to moisten the cake. Pour and spread over cake after it is baked.

Wenmin

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