Sunday, 8 September 2013

Gluten Free Petit Fours- Great Bloggers Bake Off!

Wow, so already it is week 3 of the Great Bloggers Bake Off. This was really hard for me. I didn't want to chance making dairy free floating islands (or more like I couldn't be bothered) and either the prep was too long or I had to buy extra things in (normally online!) to make the perfect and scrummy trifle. There's no messing with a trifle but it can be done both gluten and dairy free with some planning and patience- neither of which I've had this week.

I was about to give up when I thought going simple was better than not doing anything at all. So for week 3 I give you gluten and dairy free Chocolate Chip and Hazelnut Petit Fours!

To make the cake:

110g butte- I use Vitalite
110g caster sugar
2 Eggs
110g self raising flour - Doves Farm
25g Cocoa Powder
1tsp vanilla essence
1/2 tsp baking powder
1tbsp soya milk
Dairy free chocolate buttons/chips/crushed up chocolate bar

You simply mix all your ingredients together in the above order and pour the mixture into a baking tin. I used a small rectangular one as I wanted small squares. Bake at 180C (pre heated) and leave for 20 minutes.

Tip: Make sure your tin is greased AND lined and  don't open the oven door too early as your cake may sink!


After baking, allow your cake to cool before cutting it into small squares, as many as you can manage and decorate with some chocolate sauce or icing. Sprinkle a few hazelnuts on top and you have yourself a delightfully simple but yummy little chocolate cake! And I'm making it count!!


Do head on over to all the baking fun with Helen and Jenny! I'm off to look at some more tasty bakes and get ready for next weeks challenge!



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8 comments:

  1. these look lovely & scrummy & chocolatey! thanks for joining in

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  2. these look very delectable and moreish! its fab that you (and Karin from Cafe Bebe) are making gluten free and dairy free recipes . just foes to show that there is something scrummy for everyone. (pies next week)
    thank you for linking up x

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    1. Oh brill i'll have a mosie on over to Karin's blog too! Now pies i can do!! x

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  3. I'm definitely missing out by not being at home, these look lush hun! Wish I could join in with this, there's no one around to eat the cake if I made it, except myself of course! Matt's rubbish and doesn't like cake aha!

    Please make some of these at Christmas when I'm home!

    xxx

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    1. I'll produce a load just for us!!! Thanks for popping by Is xxx

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  4. Mmm, this looks so yummy! Must give it a try. I think butter is dairy so could I use margarine instead?

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    1. I've just updated the post, I use Vitalite which is a dairy free margarine just cheaper than Pure :-) x

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