Wacky Cake – Gluten and Dairy Free

Recipe from Sue R. – Thanks

3/4 to 1 Cup Organic Sugar (or Stevia to taste)
1 TBSP. Vinegar
1 ½ Cup Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Flour
1 tsp. Vanilla
3 TBSP. Powdered Organic Cocoa
6 TBSP. Coconut Oil
1 tsp. Baking Soda
1 Cup Water
½ tsp. Salt

Sift together in an un-greased 8X8X2 pan, sugar, flour, cocoa, soda and salt.
Make 3 wells in the flour mixture. In well number 1, put the vinegar. In well number 2, put the vanilla. In well number 3, put the oil. Pour water over all. Mix with a fork until lumps are gone. Bake at 350 for 25-30 minutes. The cake should not remain dented when touched lightly. Upon cooling, the center of the cake will fall. Cake should sit for at least 8 hours before eating to allow the chocolate flavor to intensify.

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Comments

  1. Michelle Leichty says:

    I remember making this cake in junior high home ec class – it is very yummy. Thanks for the reminder, Linda! I’ll have to make it for my son’s birthday – he has to avoid gluten & dairy.
    ~Michelle

  2. Did you know that if you eat beef from a conventional grocery store you are getting wheat. Those cows are fed wheat, corn and soy – cows should be raised on grass

  3. Michelle Leichty says:

    Interesting – I did know that, but hadn’t thought it through. Generally, we do not buy our meat at the grocery store. Fortunately, my husband is a farm-boy with many ties to Indiana farmers & butchers. 🙂
    ~Michelle

  4. Always check the feed, I have grass fed beef being delivered to over 200 families in Wauconda every 8 weeks!
    You really have to check the feed of all your protein sources – chickens, pork – most all conventionally raised animals are on a “crap” diet – like so many Americans

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