We recommend you follow a gluten free cake recipe but if you are following your own recipes, you will probably need to add extra liquid. FREEE Self Raising Flour is ideal for everyday cake baking but you can also make delicious cakes with all types of Gluten Free Flour.
Here are a few tips to help you get the best results from your gluten free cake baking.
Chop the baking block or butter into small cubes before adding it to the sugar
We test our cakes using mixed size organic eggs
Beat well after the addition of each egg to prevent curdling
Adding a spoon of flour after each egg can help stabilise the mix if it split
Pre-heat your oven 20 minutes before you want to bake.
To check if your cake is cooked, press a cocktail stick into the middle and if it comes out clean it is cooked
Gluten Free Cake Troubleshooting
Even the most experienced cooks can have trouble with their bakes. Our troubleshooting guide below should help you get out of many sticky situations!
The cake mixture looks curdled
Fat was too soft
Eggs were too cold
Egg not beaten in sufficiently
Use room temperature eggs
Mix in a spoon of the flour before adding in any more eggs
Top of the cooked cake is cracked
Oven too hot causing top to cook before inside has risen