Gluten Free Vanilla Bundt Cake

Minneapolis, Minnesota is about 8 hours, 3 bathroom breaks, and one border crossing away from where I live. Every time we go we discover something new about the Twin Cities. After three years of visiting we’ve developed some special destinations. There’s Nickelodeon Universe for the kids, Cafesjian’s Carousel and Barnes and Noble for my husband. And this year I discovered one for me.

Minneapolis is one of the top 10 destination cities for people who have to eat gluten-free. It’s also the home of the Nordic Ware factory. This was something I had never realized until after attending the Food Bloggers of Canada Conference. Nordic Ware was a sponsor of the conference, and I received some complimentary pieces . Funny thing is, I’ve always had Nordic Ware products in my kitchen but never made the connection with Minneapolis. Once I realized this though, we added the Nordic Ware Factory Outlet Store to our vacation plans.

Having preplanned the drive from the hotel to the factory outlet on Google Maps, we were set! Or at least we thought we were. It ends up that Google Maps doesn’t really care whether or not you are familiar with the roads you are driving on, or that the traffic is heavy at that time of day, or that there is a car broken down in a lane way up ahead, causing more delays and backed up lines. But, by carefully following the directions, like a pirate looking for the X on a treasure map, we knew we’d found our destination when we spotted a large smoke stack with the Nordic Ware logo painted on it. We were there!

To say that I enjoy browsing kitchen ware stores is an understatement – I absolutely love it! Much like my kids in a toy store, I have the same awe and feel the need to touch and pick up everything in a kitchen wares store. The factory outlet store is beautiful. Besides there being the full line of Nordic Ware items, they also have a kitchen where they teach a variety of cooking classes. Being the frugal gal that I am though, I was amazed with the 3 large carts of “seconds” at the end of the store where they sell irregular and discontinued items. This company obviously has very high standards, because a lot of the irregular items, which were 40-50% cheaper, really had nothing wrong with them. Maybe a small mark on the outside of the pan, or a small imperfection on the top. I checked the items I purchased and determined that none of the imperfections would hinder my baking at all. If you’re ever in Minneapolis, be sure to try to squeeze a visit to the Nordic Ware factory outlet in your schedule, you never know what goodies you might find. For those that never travel through the Twin Cities, you can find Nordic Ware in a number of retail outlets, including Amazon, William-Sonoma, Bed Bath & Beyond, and many, many more. The hardest decision you’ll make is what to buy. I’ve been playing with my newly purchased Nordic Ware products for the last month, and love everything I’ve bought.

My Nordic Ware Purchases | The Baking Beauties

images courtesy of Nordic Ware

 

After much browsing and contemplating, I decided to treat myself to: (top left) 9×13 rectangular cake pan, (top center) heavy weight 12 cup Bundt pan, (top right) 10 cup leak-proof springform pan, (middle left) set of 6 Bundt measuring cups,  (middle right) a beautiful Heritage Bundt pan, (bottom right) Grand Popover Pan (bottom middle) bakers half sheet baking pan, (bottom right) silicone whisk, Once we returned home, I began playing with my new kitchen ‘toys’. Who can resist new measuring spoons, whisk, and baking pans? Not me! Since I had a full bottle of Homemade Vanilla Extract that I couldn’t wait to use, I decided to create the perfect gluten free Vanilla Bundt Cake.

Gluten Free Vanilla Bundt Cake | The Baking Beauties

 

This cake is moist, full of vanilla flavour, and has the perfect crumb for a Bundt cake. The journey to the perfect Vanilla Bundt Cake, similar to the drive to the Nordic Ware Factory Outlet, was no smooth ride. I tested numerous cakes, tweaked, and tested again. Along the way I made a few other great discoveries before I finally arrived at the perfect taste and texture for this Vanilla Bundt Cake. The perfect thing about Bundt cakes is that they don’t require any frosting to make them “company-worthy” fare. A simple sprinkling of confectioners’ sugar, or a drizzle of a simple glaze, is more than enough to make them presentable.  Take a look at the variety of Bundt pans that Nordic Ware makes. Absolutely gorgeous as is.

 

Gluten Free Vanilla Bundt Cake | The Baking Beauties

 

 

Gluten Free Vanilla Bundt Cake
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Recipe type: Dessert
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Cook time: 
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Serves: 12-14
 
Consider this the "little black dress" of cakes. You can dress it up or keep it casual, depending on how you want to serve it.
Ingredients
  • 1 cup white rice flour
  • 1/2 cup brown rice flour
  • 1/2 cup potato starch (not flour)
  • 1/4 cup tapioca starch
  • 1/4 cup sweet rice flour (also called glutinous rice flour)
  • 1/4 cup dry milk powder
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon xanthan gum
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/4 cup unsalted butter, cool but not cold
  • 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
  • 4 large eggs, room temperature
  • 3 tablespoons good quality vanilla extract
  • 1 1/4 cup milk, cool but not cold
Instructions
  1. Remove the butter, eggs, and milk from the fridge 20-30 minutes before you begin mixing the batter to give them a chance to warm up slightly.
  2. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F. Prepare a 10 cup Bundt pan by greasing it, and sprinkling it with white rice flour, turning and tapping the pan until the inside is completely covered. Tap out the excess flour.
  3. Whisk together the first 9 ingredients until they are thoroughly combined. Set aside.
  4. In the bowl of a stand mixer, beat the butter and sugar on medium speed until fluffy and light in colour, this takes about 4-6 minutes. Scrape down the bowl.
  5. Whisk the eggs to break them apart. With the mixer on low speed, slowly pour the whisked eggs into the butter/sugar mixture. This should take about 40-60 seconds. Scrape the bowl down again, and add the vanilla extract. Increase the speed to medium, and beat until the batter looks nice and smooth, scraping down the sides as necessary.
  6. With the mixer on low, add in half of the dry ingredients. Mix until nearly blended, then slowly add the milk. Add the remaining dry ingredients, scrape the sides of the bowl, then beat for 30 seconds on medium speed.
  7. Pour the batter into the prepared Bundt pan, spreading the batter even in the pan. Give the pan a few good taps on the counter to ensure there are no air bubbles trapped at the bottom of the batter.
  8. Bake in the preheated oven for 60-65 minutes, or until a skewer inserted into the middle of the cake comes out clean and the top bounces back when gently pressed.
  9. Move Bundt pan to a wire rack, and let the cake cool in the pan for 20 minutes. Place a cooling rack on top of the pan, and carefully turn over, giving the pan a little shake if necessary to release it from the pan.
  10. Let the cake cool completely before serving. The cooled cake can be stored on the counter for up to 3 days if it has been wrapped in plastic wrap.

 

Gluten Free Vanilla Bundt Cake | The Baking Beauties

 

How about a chance to treat yourself to some new pieces of Nordic Ware? The fine folks at Nordic Ware have generously offered to gift $100 worth of product* to one of my lucky readers. Which pieces would you like to add to your collection? A fancy Bundt pan? Baking pans? A sauce pan? A scones pan? The possibilities are endless, and the choice is yours!

*Note: This is for online shopping only. Discontinued and irregular items are only available by visiting their retail location, not online.

 

Nordic Ware Bundt Pan | The Baking Beauties

First, some information about Nordic Ware:

  • a family-owned business in Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • has been in business for 67 years
  • 2 out of 3 American households own and use Nordic Ware products
  • Nordic Ware products are Made in America
  • they are the world’s leading cast aluminum kitchenware supplier

You can also watch How It’s Made featuring the Nordic Ware cast aluminum pans. I found it very interesting, I hope you do too.

Contest is now closed. Thanks to all that entered.

 

Disclosure: Thank you to Nordic Ware for sponsoring this giveaway. The items I mention in this post are items that I paid for myself, and the opinions expressed are my own. This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase using these links – your cost remains the same, but I earn a small percentage to help support this blog. Thank you!

Comments

  1. says

    Love the idea of “the little black dress of cakes.” We all need one of those in our closet (I mean, kitchen…in NYC they’re easy to confuse). Thanks for the recipe and giveaway! Given that I don’t have a bundt pan, maybe that’s what I would want to get, for my future LBCs. :)

  2. Rosa says

    The cake looks delicious. Would love to try this recipe for Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing & the chance to win.

  3. Cathy V. says

    Thank you for another excellent recipe & a chance to win one of Nordic Ware’s baking pans. I’d chose a springform pan as I don’t have one in my collection of baking pans…yet!

  4. Firefly says

    This bundt cake looks absolutely delish and I would love to make it for my son who is gfcf. What can I substitute for the 1/4 dry milk powder to make it dairy free?

  5. Barry Dixon says

    I still use the first bundt pan that I got 30 years ago. I will not replace it but could sure add a new one to my baking pan collection. I love my Nordic Ware pans!

  6. Dana Coughlin says

    I love Bundt cake!! I need a heavy duty bundt pan as mine is thin and dented and those measuring cups are so cute!!!

  7. Amber says

    I would love to buy a couple of the seasonal shaped pans. It would be so much fun to create something beautiful as well as tasty.

  8. Joann says

    I would love to replace my Bundt pan. It is green circa the 1970s. It is probably older than I am. I would also love a set of mini muffin tins.

  9. Sandy says

    There are only two seasons in the Minneapolis area, winter and road construction! You hit road construction, I’ll bet it took you a long time to get there! Unfortunately google does’t tell you what way and when the locals would do it. Glad you liked the factory store, any other highlights besides Barnes and Noble that you can tell us about?

    I live here and don’t find it to be all that gluten free friendly, in fact down right hostile in certain places. People don’t understand celiac disease and often act as if I am asking for the moon when I am just asking for info, for instance, what do you have that I can eat. Also many, not all, act as if I have a choice. Feeling it is a fad. And so it goes.

    • says

      We love Como Park Zoo, the fabulous old Carousel there is a must for us, we’ve visited the Science Museum of Minnesota a few years in a row, always a great display. Of course Nickelodeon Universe for the kids (while Mom’s getting woozier by the minute 😉 ), we’ve checked out Rice Park, and the Sculpture gardens. We eat out once a day (supper) when we’re vacationing, and this last year we loved Red Robin Gourmet Burgers in Apple Valley (I would drive all the way there just for that!), Pizza Ranch is always a favourite, Pizza Luce, we ate at Rojo Mexican Grill, they were very careful & accomodating. We use the Find Me Gluten-Free app, and it always tells us places around us that offer gluten-free food, and what others have thought of it. Always be sure to explain that you NEED to eat gluten free, is what we’ve found.

      • Kris Cosentino says

        OMYGOSH Jeanine, this is a winner. I jumped up from the computer and made it – had farm friends in the field harvesting soybeans and wanted to bring them a treat for midafternoon coffee. It mixed up perfectly, baked perfectly, came out perfectly, and was absolutely, totally amazing. I brought out 4 pieces still steaming, and they adored it. I proceeded to eat 2 more in the house after coffee. It’s great yesterday again cold from the refrigerator; I froze 1/3 just to get it out of my reach, so will still have treats again after harvest! Was thinking as I made it that it might be good with teeny chocolate chips stirred in – will try that next time to see if they’re light enough that they won’t make the batter fall.

        • says

          Yeah!! I’m so happy to read this, Kris! So glad that you’ve got the same excitement over it that I do. 😀 So happy that it worked out perfectly for you too. I think there are a LOT of things that could be done with this cake, mini chocolate chips is definitely one of them!
          Hope harvest has been going well for you – sounds like every kind of crop grown here has been having an amazing year so far.

      • Sandy says

        Pizza Luce, my favorite! Places with kids, on West 7th by the Science Museum and the XCEL arena there is Burger Mo’s , nice patio, Patrick McGovern’s also nice patio and kid friendly. Not so kid friendly, my favorite place is LaGrolla (Italian) on Selby. See Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion if he is in town, try to get tickets ahead!

  10. suzi says

    I would absolutely LOVE to get the giant 3-D great pumpkin cake mold! Thanks for the chance on a fun giveaway.

  11. Jacqueline Brightman says

    There are many nordicware products I would be giddy to get! I love their specialty bundt pans, like the 3-D great pumpkin, as well as their classic bundt pans. I haven’t tried ( but would love to) their cookware like the 8″ omelet skillet. I love your blog! It is our ” go to” site for all out GF recipes. We just started our GF journey a year ago this week. 8 birthdays + 1 high school graduation + 1 anniversary cakes later we have your recipes that are second nature to us (we even have a large container of GF flour mix labeled ” baking beauties blend” :-) Thank you for sharing your incredible talents!!!

  12. says

    It’s so hard to choose what I’d get! Being a newlywed there are so many things my kitchen DOESN’T have… Top of the list would probably be an angel food cake pan. But I’d also love to try their silicone baking mat and that bundt pan!

  13. Joni says

    Thank you so much for the bundt cake recipe. I would love some heavy duty 1/2 sheet and 1/4 sheet pans and maybe those cute measuring cups!

  14. Charlotte Moore says

    This cake looks so yummy. I need to try it.

    Goodness!! Hard to choose. I do like the seasonal pan for summer. Lemon loaf pan was neat. I like lots of their
    pans. Thanks for the chance to win.

  15. Hope says

    I would love and could really use the Pro Cast 12 inch Jumbo Fryer with Lid. I LOVE the different cast iron cookware I have gathered in recent years! I do have a
    harvest gold heavy bundt pan I got 37 years ago as a wedding gift. It’s a little worse for wear but still bakes a lovely cake. It has been relegated under the basement stairs since I had to go GF….think I’ll have to get it up again!

    I

  16. Felicia says

    What a lovely post & sounds so familiar, too! I love kitchen ware stores, and happily browse and pick up and touch everything :) I would so enjoying winning this giveaway, I would purchase the Platinum Maple Leaf Pan, since it’s fall in New England and also my anniversary the end of October.
    Thanks for the opportunity and your cake recipe sounds delish, and I am planning on making it as our anniversary cake – super yummy

  17. Barbara R. Briody says

    This recipe would be great for a church pot-luck or bake sale [we have several other members who are gluten-free], but I think I gave away my bundt pan after I figured out that gluten was responsible for my life-long [over 60 years by then!] digestive problems. Thanks for going to the trouble of perfecting recipes for us to use; I made the apple crisp recently, and plan to use that recipe again substituting frozen rhubarb for some of the apples, but baking season [as opposed to air conditioning season] is slow in arriving in the Texas Gulf Coast area.

  18. Diamond says

    I have that bundt pan, and their large cupcake-cake pan! I would pick the petite muffin pan, the angel food cake pan, petit fours pan and a mini bundt or bundt quartet.

  19. says

    Oh, this recipe sounds yummy! I had figured that Bundt cakes were a thing of the past for me, and am so happy to see this recipe for one.

    If I should be so fortunate as to win, I would love a sheet cake pan, a doughnut pan, a scone pan, new cookie sheets … it would be hard to choose!

  20. says

    1st! That cake looks AMAZING! 2nd I just bought fresh strawberries last night! NOW I know what to do with them!! And 3rd – I miss Mpls SO much. Stuck in TX now. But I would start with a new fancy bundt pan like the fleur de lis or the quartet. Then get a new pan!

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter and the recipe! Can’t wait to try it!

  21. Joan says

    I would love a stockpot…. I could really use one for fall/winter soups and stews as well as preserving and canning.

  22. Karin Goodman says

    I would love to get new cookie/ baking sheets. I ones I have work ok, but they were given to us by someone who bought new ones when we were first married, 21 years ago. I would guess they are at least 30 years old. New ones would be wonderful!!

  23. says

    The bundt pan would be wonderful, then I could make that gorgeous Gluten Free Vanilla Bundt Cake. But first I must go and make some Homemade Vanilla Extract. All so yummy sounding!

  24. says

    wow this cake looks fab! Jeanine…the crumb looks like any other cake crumb….kudos…
    Just one question what can I sub the dry milk powder for?

  25. judykr says

    My daughter was recently diagnosed with Celiac’s so I am really greatful for new delicious recipes to help her adjust to her new lifestyle. I’d love to have a bundt pan to give her along with this recipe as I have loved bundt cakes all my life and think she would love this one!

  26. Rhonda says

    I would purchase a few of the Brownie pans. Would make super cute cupcakes/brownies for my girls to take in their lunches. :)

  27. Kristiana says

    If I could have just one it would be the Garland Bundt Pan. The perfect size for gf bundt cake for me to sell at market.

  28. Barara says

    My family and I love bunt cakes. At present I have a 25 year old classic bunt pan. I would like to have one that is pretty and different. My old pan has seen better days. Love your blog.

  29. Wild Child says

    Nordic Ware is the best!!! (And no I don’t work for them) I would love to have the Pro Cast Bundt Brownie Pan. Brownies already made into individual serving sizes look great to me!

  30. GwenH says

    I would love to win some new bakeware, the video of how the Nordica Ware is made was very interesting and the Bundt pan would be wonderful, I think the pan cake pan would be nice to have also, and I could use a new heavy duty saucepan too.
    I used to make Bundt cakes a lot but now with CD I’m not sure if I should use my old one. It’s not made of metal or aluminum but it’s some type of hard plastic, your Vanilla Bundt cake looks delicious, and I look forward to making it, need to go shopping and get some milk powder, and maybe a new Bundt Pan too.
    Have a great day and thanks again for all the wonderful recipes.

  31. Jacqi says

    Grand kiddos are going to love this recipe-they are all about cakes! We have been gluten-free as a family for quite a while as everyone has various intolerances or celiac. I am always looking for reasonable great cookware to vary the fun for the kids. This would be a fun way to accomplish this. Thanks for all your recipes and the opportunity to win.

  32. Darlene says

    Would love the scone pan! I use an all purpose gluten free flour mix. How much would I need to substitute and would I still need the starches? Thank you.

  33. Alice says

    I would love to have a new sheet cake pan with the lid. What a treat that would be. Mine is getting pretty used looking!

  34. Trish says

    I’m torn – either the English shortbread pan OR the scone pan – hmmmm decisions decisions……..

    Have you tried this cake with different pans? I find that my oven just doesn’t like bundt pans – I’ve never had one work out in it!

  35. Tamar Lundeen says

    The red mini bundt tin is neat. I figured I need to branch out, having never made a bundt in any size, and I love red kitchenware.

  36. Karen says

    Dreaming of the muffin pans. I have stoneware and as I age, they get heavier and heavier. I’m about to where I can no longer make muffins…..

  37. Rita Richard says

    Pineapple Upside Down Cakelet Pan…always loved this kind of cake since I was a kid. Now I would have the real pan to bake them in. Thanks for the chance to win them!!

  38. elaine bolduc says

    my family loves Christmas. I have 4 young grandchildren and we love to bake for Christmas. the Nordic Ware Snowman Pan would be well used in my home.

  39. ally says

    This Vanilla Bundt looks awesome. I’d love some Nordic Ware because I’m a rarity apparently – I don’t own any yet, but I’m salivating looking at yours!

  40. ally says

    Oops – different email address for Facebook. Just gotta say again that this Bundt looks amazing and I’d love to experience the wonder of NordicWare.

  41. Judy Aldrich says

    I think I would get the Texas searing griddle pan!. I love your blog and keep telling all my gluten free friends to check your site out!

  42. Nancy S-D says

    I’d love to get my hubby some of the grilling accessories like the side dish basket, and I also have my eye on the bundt pans you pictured. I’ve never had a bundt pan but your recipe for gluten-free vanilla bundt cake sounds both delicious and versatile.

  43. Elsie Hodges says

    I can almost smell that cake from here! I would definitely pick the baking sheets first. I’ve been wanting them for a long time.

  44. Susan Kaltenbach says

    Oh I absolutely love my large bundt pan by Nordic ware! And now I have a new delicious recipe to try in it, thank you. If I won gifts from Nordic Ware I would love a scone pan or quarter sheet pan with lid, or a smaller bundt pan or ….. I love their products. Thank you for a chance to win something from Nordic Ware.

  45. Holly Dapore says

    Goodness…I did not even realize the variety of items they sell! I only looked thru 5 pages, and found five things I liked. To pick one…Ebleskiver Pan.

    This recipe looks very good. I Pinned it to try when June strawberries are ripe again.

    Thanks!
    Holly

  46. says

    Oh my goodness. I’d love some of the 3-D baking pans. I’ve always wanted the Turkey pan and the Pumpkin baking pan. Oh the fun I could have shopping at Nordicware : )

  47. Heather says

    I actually don’t own a classic bundt pan (instead baking anything that calls for one in this boring old tube pan I’ve had forever), so I think I’d first choose a Classic Colors 12 cup bundt pan. Sweet!

  48. Areta says

    I love, love, LOVE receiving your emails. I just finished making your pumpkin gingerbread squares, and the house smells wonderful! If I won this contest, I would start with the ice cream cone pan, as well as a bundt pan. Cheers!

  49. Sharon says

    IF I won, I’d love a Garland Bundt Cake pan – six mini bundt cakes of 3 different designs – perfect for a small elegant dinner party!
    I have a large Nordic Ware bundt pan (well used!) and it’s fabulous!

  50. Jill says

    So excited to try yet another ‘Baking Beauties’ recipe this weekend. So glad work is over for the week and we have an extra day to bake and experiment with our GF baking this Thanksgiving weekend. I have Jeanine to be Thankful for! Love the Bundt pan as well!

  51. Francene Kaufman says

    I like the fancy Bundt Pan, but honestly, I just love all Nordic Ware, so I would be thrilled with whichever you would send me. Just the idea of owning it is just t.as exciting as using i

  52. Wendy says

    I would gladly pick the adorable mini-scone pan and the traditional pizza pan. Your bundt cake looks heavenly and will be a “must try” for this household! Have a happy thanksgiving!!

  53. Jill says

    Just made it! And I love you Jeanine for posting this delicious dessert! I think my hubby loves you too. So flavourful…and the texture it just heavenly. My old Bundt pan worked great, so I would love the spring form pan then!

  54. Karla Sceviour says

    I would chose the Pro Cast Original Bundt Pan because I actually have been wanting one of these for a long time!

  55. says

    Looking forward to trying many of your recipes. I’ve already made Chinese-Style Chicken Balls with Sweet and Sour Sauce and it was delicious. Even my non-GF family couldn’t tell the difference. I really need some springform pans so that would be the first on my list :)

  56. Laurel says

    Well I didn’t order before because I’m pretty sure the odds are against me, but… the Potato Baker, The Brownie Pan (the Bundt one) and the Duet Bundt pan. I was looking for their Butterfly pan but didn’t see it. Anyway whichever of your readers will be having herself a grand time this Holiday season. :-)

  57. Colinda says

    I would choose the pumpkin pan or the springform pan that doesn’t leak. I love kitchenware but I do not own any Nordic Ware.
    The cake looks delicious and I will definitely try it!! Thank you.

  58. Lori A. says

    I can’t wait to try this recipe. It looks luscious. The first thing I’d pick would probably be the Scottish Scone & Cornbread Pan, but I would also love to try the Platinum Petite Popover Pan.

  59. Jacqlin Cannon says

    Wow…this looks like great bakeware! I could stand to replace my baking sheet and the popover pans would be nice!

  60. ann says

    There is just so much to choose from! I would love a heritage bundt pan. I don’t own any bundt pans. The procast 12 inch wok would be great. I love making stir fries. Also the platinum petite popover pan would be great. Popovers are really popular where I live but I’ve never made them myself before.

  61. Lori Bazan says

    I love these products…I would definitely buy first their Burger Bites Grill Pan and Press! Thanks for the giveaway, blog and chance!

  62. Kalee says

    Oh man, the 3-D Great Pumpkin Bundt Pan Set is a must have… imagine, you could make pumpkin spiced pumpkin’s in 3-D – how fabulous would that be!! Love the Smiley Face Pancake Pan too, happy little pancakes smiling through the butter and syrup. Yum! Oh, I’m swooning… the 14 inch Restaurant Asian Wok. We like to have a stirfry night once a week where everyone makes their own stirfry. Takes the pressure off mom and they all like to use their own spices to create their own unique stirfrys.Thai Coconut Chicken anyone? Yum.

    Thanks so much for the website, I can see I’m going to be ordering a few things off here for sure!

  63. Karen Misek says

    I would love a bundt pan as well as a spring form pan. I have always wanted both but have never gone out and bought either of them.

  64. Cristi Perkins says

    I would want the brownie pan, the cupcake decorating kit…I think I could go on for some time…so many amazing things for baking.

  65. Tracy says

    I am in desperate need of new cookie sheets, but I would also love the seasonal pans, specifically the Christmas tree.

  66. Dixie Hill says

    I would snatch up their 9in Leak-Proof Springform Pan as I never have owned one & I miss cheesecake since going gluten free over 16 months ago. Thanks for the giveaway :)

  67. Louanne Melanson says

    I need to replace my old Bundt pan for my newly diagnosed Celiac son (who LOVES cake) and would also like to try that scone pan ( we ALL love scones!)

  68. Richard says

    Hmmmm… would you possibly have the weight measure for this recipe… I’d very much love to try it.. and can I sub white rice flour for the brown… would it be too ‘gummy’ if I did that?

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