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FANTASTIC!! I don't have all those different flours on hand, so I just substituted 2 cups of all purpose gluten free flour which already has xanthan gum in it. I also cut back the sugar to 1 1/2 cups but will try even less next time. Consistency of cake is amazing and no one would guess it's gluten free!!!
I'm 1st generation 100% Hungarian and this was really good. I can't believe it's gluten free. I used coconut flour since I didn't have almond flour and it came out great. Thank you for such a tasty easy recipe.
Excellent! Everyone enjoyed this. I used gluten-free flour (only) instead of the combination in the recipe. I did not add the walnuts. 4 generous apples made the cake very moist and delicious. I would make this again!
This recipe is an absolute treasure for those who cannot eat wheat. The reviewer who expressed concern re xanthan gum as an allergen can substitute guar gum or locust bean gum. It might be possible to find out what the growth medium for your xanthan gum was. It's not always grown out on wheat.
Made this recipe today just as stated except I used gluten free baking flour and organic cocanut sugar and cocanut oil. Unfortunately the cake came out very hard. I will try again next time using regular sugar and see if there is a difference. Smelled wonderful though.
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