Gluten free cakes

From flourless chocolate cakes to Italian rice cake, we've got a fabulous selection of recipes and tips for gluten free cakes. With our recipes, you can make gorgeous gluten free cakes that taste rich and delicious.

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38 reviews

The addition of ground almonds sets this cake apart from others, and gives it a a rich and tender crumb. Serve warm with a dollop of cream for a truly luxurious pudding.

Recipe by: Priyanka

16 reviews

Gorgeously fruity traditional Irish loaf with a little twist. You can easily substitute spelt or gluten free flour for wheat flour. I've tried it with both and it's delicious. It's also a good recipe to have as a treat if you're watching your weight.

Recipe by: Maribel

16 reviews

A simple recipe that is pretty much undetectable as gluten free. Try it see if any one realises. It rises better than the normal cake too.

Recipe by: jewels_P

12 reviews

Pear Fairy Cakes. This recipe is gluten free and dairy free.

Recipe by: jazzylily

12 reviews

Fantastic chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has donated to TREE AID this wonderful cake. Hugh belives: "Villagers in Africa pick fruit, nuts and leaves straight from the trees around their villages-food doesn't come more local than that. It's a lifeline for them and vital that we do what we can to ensure they have enough trees for food and the many other products and benefits trees provide."

Recipe by: treeaid

7 reviews

This is a delicious no bake, vegan, soy-free, gluten-free "cheese"cake, made without refined sugars. It's made with walnuts, cashews, cocoa, dates and banana. The filling is slightly sweet, with a hint of banana and cocoa; it’s creamy with the consistency of “real” dairy cheesecake, but is lighter and less rich. The base is chewy, fudgy and totally chocolatey – complementing the filing extremely well. As a side note - raw-food purists wouldn't call this raw (as cashews are used).

Recipe by: honeyandspice

7 reviews

A beautiful moist light cake with complex and full flavours of oranges and orange zest. Super easy to make, and people love it! Serve in wedges with a mound of whipped cream or ice cream. To make this completely gluten free - use gluten free baking powder. You can find this in health shops and in larger supermarkets.

Recipe by: Lucence

5 reviews

This recipe was given to me by a neighbour very many years ago. It's quick and easy and makes a very moist cake. See the footnote on how to make it gluten free.

Recipe by: HighSpeedMum

4 reviews

These brownie bites are so good, you won't believe that they're vegan and gluten-free! They're chocolatey, fudgy and you just can't stop at eating one. You don't have to worry though, they're packed full of the good stuff - walnuts (omega-3 fatty acids), dates (natural sugars and fibre) and dark chocolate (flavonoids). They also require no baking!!!

Recipe by: honeyandspice

3 reviews

These are not too sweet, and really tasty, with a moist texture. What's even better is they're gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free and egg-free! Feel free to add more chocolate if you like.

Recipe by: theblendergirl

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