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I used white bean flour for besan and white rice for the cornflour. I like the cake. It was very good not xanthan gums and no tapioca flour which are in so many recipes and my family is allergic to. I used 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon and 1/4 tsp nutmeg. I also added 2 tsp vanilla and 1/2 cup of coconut .
I made this cake for someone's birthday at work and it got rave reviews. The only thing I did differently was to use store bought cream cheese frosting instead of the orange frosting. Thanks for sharing!
Taste OK though wouldn't make this one again. I used 1/2 white 1/2 brown rice flour like another member for the corn flour as it also says that is a sub on the cornflour page. We are corn free. I don't suggest this substitution as I belive it along with the besan flour is what made ours so crubbly. I used yogurt instead of sour cream. Canola oil, egg replacer. No nuts but would be good with them. I did add pineapple like another reviewer which was a good addition. Cream cheese frosting is so good. From what I have made Carrot Cake (Gluten-Free, Casein/Dairy-Free) turned out better.
This is a great recipe! I skipped the nuts and used the Bob's Red Mill all purpose flour instead of the other flours. I subbed 1 T cinnamon, 1/2 tsp nutmeg, and 1/2 tsp ginger for the "mixed spice". Preheat oven to 325. I made this into minicupcakes to take to a gluten-free family member so they can put them in the freezer and grab them as needed. :) YUM!
I used Arrowhead Mills all-purpose GF baking mix instead of soya flour and pecans instead of walnuts. WOW!! I can't tell the difference at all between this and my "regular" carrot cake. I made this for a friend whose gluten allergic, but I might just start making this all the time. It's FANTASTIC!
Really liked the cake. I used Bob Red Mills GF all-purpose flour in place of the soy flour. Nice texture, wasn't "gritty".
I wish I could give this more stars!! This is simply outstanding carrot cake - that it's also gluten free is just (dare I say it!) icing on the cake! Oh the icing is wonderful too...I used the soy flour and cornflour, which is a combination I've never used before. Just wonderful! I'll have experiment with those in other gluten free baking. Thanks for a terrific recipe!
For gluten free baking, this is an outstanding cake! I used brown rice flour and chick pea flour, and was pleasantly surprised with how nicely it rose in the oven. The texture isn't quite as moist as a traditional carrot cake, but that certainly won't stop me from making it again. I'll add raisins next time too. Thanks, Chrissyo.