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Let Us All Eat Cake: Gluten-Free Recipes for Everyone's Favorite Cakes Hardcover – September 9, 2014
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-Aran Goyoaga, creator of Cannelle et Vanille and author of Small Plates and Sweet Treats
“Catherine Ruehle has created a simple-to-follow book that addresses the many facets, traps, pitfalls, and substitutions of baking gluten-free layered cakes, cupcakes, celebration cakes, icings, and fillings. There are also some very handy tips for decorating these specialties. I would recommend this book to anyone who needs a helping hand navigating the tricky world of gluten-free baking.”
-Kerry Vincent, Hall of Fame sugar artist, Oklahoma State Sugar Art Show director, and television personality
“As a long-standing chef and father of two sons living with diabetes, I understand the role food plays in both human health and enjoyment. This fantastic book offers both! The recipes are thoughtful, well constructed, and easy—greatly enhancing the fun factor of making cakes.”
-Michel Nischan, chef and food equity advocate
About the Author
SARAH SCHEFFEL is a cookbook editor currently enrolled at The Natural Gourmet Institute for Culinary Arts.
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Top Customer Reviews
It took me a few days to find the right words.
This cake is moderately time-consuming to make, as many layered cakes can be, if they are filled with more than just the buttercream you will use to decorate the edges and top. Not particularly complex, but just a lot of steps and layers that require time and energy to complete. But worth every last minute of energy it requires.
But, first, let's talk about the book. I received this book as part of the book world of reviews and freebies called Blogging for Books and I chose it because, well, who doesn't love cake? Yes, there are a few people out there. And sometimes, even that person is me. But a gluten-free book by a trained pastry chef (and originally a self-taught baker) with a beautiful caramel cake on the front? Who could resist? I had to know what was inside and if I could replicate with Catherine Ruehle's expert instructions.
When I got the book, I admired it. It's a beauty. The hardback book contains beautiful images and easy to read recipes, some expertise in certain places and a bit of shared knowledge by someone who understands the letting go of gluten and dairy products (and learning to replace them with equal deliciousness). I paged through the tome with ease and grace and found some of my favorite cakes in the book: Boston Cream, Triple Lemon, Texas Sheet, Caramel Cream, and even coffeecakes.Read more ›
Texas Sheet Cake
Triple Lemon Cake
German Chocolate Cake
Boston Cream Pie
So, far I have only made one cake, the Apple-Cinnamon Coffee Cake with Almond Streusel. And I shouldn't have made it cause it's so yummy I'm scared I'm going to eat the whole thing. Catherine gives you tips and tricks throughout the book that help you and she gives you two flour mixes she used to make her cakes. The reason I am only giving this 4 stars verses 5 is that I wish there was more photos throughout the book and maybe some step by step photos. The photos that are there are beautiful though. The second thing I would of liked that I noticed when I was making the cake I had no idea of how the batter should be like. Mine was really thick and I wasn't sure if that was correct or if I needed add a liquid. I was so uncertain that I decided to add a little of milk. Gluten free baking is tricky and more details in the book would of been helpful. But overall I am really excited to try more recipes, especially as the holidays draw near.
"Blogging for Books provided this book to me for free in exchange for an honest review."
Designing your cake? This book shows you piping techniques like round or plain tip designs from star to petal and leaf. Writing on cakes, round tip borders for cakes, round cupcake mounds, round cupcake swirl, petal icing for cakes, etc. Tips, tricks and decorating techniques. The cute Pink Princess Cake is something to be admired, I know the princess in your family will fall in love with this cake, beautiful! Oh did I mention Pink Buttercream goes with the Pink Princess Cake?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Can't say enough about this great Gluten Free Cake Cookbook! Great photography which will inspire you for sure! Read morePublished 24 days ago by Julie Bakerville
I love this cookbook. The recipes are amazing. I have served them to lots of people and they are all amazed that they are gluten free. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Sarah
The best gluten-free cake ever! My hubby couldn't tell the difference between the chocolate cake and a regular recipe. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sandy Rowland
This is a great resource for gluten free cakes and there are a good variety of cakes in this book from snack cakes to bundt cakes to layer cakes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Complicated and fussy. Honestly, Americas Test Kitchens has a much better gluten free cookbook at a better price.Published 3 months ago by Blue
Amazing amazing amazing. So far, all the recipes that have been tried came out perfectly. I just made the first recipe in the book, the Nana Banana Snack Cake, and woah. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tanya Kewl
Love this book! So informative, easy recipes. A book every baker should have in their library. Hope to see more!Published 4 months ago by belleami52