Gluten Free & God Seeking

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Judi's Super Moist Gluten Free Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake

   Some of the Chinese students who come for dinner on Fridays wanted Judi, who by the way is an expert baker, to show them how to make a cake.  She's so good, she's even sold cookies at her work.  

   So tonight Judi brought over the ingredients to make a gluten free chocolate mayonnaise cake so I could eat it, too. I had fun watching the girls make the cake and took pictures. 

    After we ate dinner and read out of a Holy Word for Morning Revival book published by Living Stream Ministry called Topics for New Believers (which is a good devotional for young Christians), we then brought out the cake.  Judi likes to serve this cake with ice cream and a hot coconut fudge topping.  It was beyond decadent--so good!  Most of the students and the adults had two servings!



JUDI'S SUPER MOIST GLUTEN FREE 
CHOCOLATE MAYONNAISE CAKE


1.  In a mixing bowl put:
(1)  1 2/3 cup sugar
(2)  3 eggs
(3)  1 t vanilla; Judi likes to use 1 T vanilla
(4)  Add 1 cup of whole mayonnaise (Best Foods is what Judi uses)
(5) Then add 1 1/3 cups of water
(6)  Mix together a few minutes until combined.

2.  Mix dry ingredients - In a bowl stir:
(1)  2 cups of gluten free flour mix
(2)  1/3 cup Hershey's Cocoa. (I used 2/3 cup for Trader's Joe's brand of cocoa or if you like a richer flavor)
(3)  1 and 1/4 t soda, 1/4 t baking powder

3.  Combine ingredients:  Add the dry ingredients to the egg and sugar mixture and put it on the dial for cake and mix the ingredients together for 3 minutes. This batter will be a bit runny and Judi says don't be bothered by that.



















4.  Baking the cake:  Grease a 9 x 13 pan and then pour the batter into the pan.  Bake at 350  for 30-35 minutes.  Check doneness with a toothpick.



  
Judi's Hot Coconut Fudge Topping

 Put a can of regular coconut milk in a saucepan on the stove and warm up.  Then add 3 cups of chocolate chips and stir until melted.  Continue cooking until it is just the right temperature!  Pour over ice cream on top of the cake.  

Or you can make your own special icing for this yummy cake!

Blog Update 4/22/14:  Today I made this recipe for a birthday and it made 24 cupcakes. I also reduced the sugar to 1 1/3 cups, and it still came out great. 

  Other Gluten Free Baking & Desserts on This Blog:

Breads: 
Gluten free & Low-fat Banana Bread  (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
Celebrate Fall With Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread   (A friend's recipe)
Delicious Gluten Free Zucchini Bread   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
My Favorite Gluten Free Cranberry Nut Bread    (From my daughter-in-law's family cookbook)

Cakes:
Gluten Free German Apple Cake   (From my grandmother)
You Won't Believe It's Gluten Free Carrot Cake    (From my daughter's husband's grandma)
Judi's Super Moist Gluten Free Chocolate Cake   (From a church friend)
Judi's Gluten Free Orange Chiffon Cake       (From a church friend)
Marilyn's Spectacular Gluten Free Oatmeal Cake    (My mother-in-law's--she's a great cook!)
Delicious Gluten Free Rhubarb Cake     (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
Grandma's Gluten Free Applesauce Cake  (From my grandma)
Old Fashioned Gluten Free Banana Cake      (From my grandma)
Rosie's Gluten Free Pineapple Upside Down Cake    (From my daughter-in-law's family)

Cookies:
Gluten Free Cowboy Oatmeal Cookies  (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Mom's Go To For Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
The Best Gluten Free Recipe for Snickerdoodles  (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Gluten Free Rocky Road Brownies     (From a church friend)
Mark's Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies - Made Gluten Free!    (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
Judi's Gluten Free Oatmeal Craisin & Coconut Cookies       (From a church friend)

Cornbread & Rolls:
Beth's Amazing Gluten Free Cornbread   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)

Crisps & Pies:
Lena's Rhubarb Crunch (A crisp with a gluten free top and bottom crust!) (My daughter-in-law's mother.  She's an amazing cook, which I think most of us moms become after a few years!)
Delicious Gluten Free Apple Crisp  (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Ginger's Outrageous Apple Pie  (From a church friend)

The BEST Lemon Meringue Pie with Mrs. Lauralicious Gluten Free Pie Crust  (Internet)

Desserts with Fruit:
Sensational Gluten Free Strawberry Shortcake   (From the back of Costco's organic sugar)
Terrific Gluten Free Strawberry & Peach Trifle  (Modified from an Internet search)
My Favorite Gluten Free Strawberry Cheesecake   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Just Like Grandma's (But Only Gluten Free) Blueberry Cobbler (My husband's grandma)

Holiday Cookies & Baking:
Old Fashioned Gluten Free Pumpkin Cookies  (Modified from back of the Libby's can)
Incredible Gluten Free Gingerbread Cookies  (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
My Grandkids Favorite Gluten Free Peppermint Sugar Cookies  (From Syre School Cookbook)
Our Favorite Pumpkin Pie   (Modified from back of Libby's pumpkin can)
Perfect Gluten Free Pumpkin Cheesecake  (From back of cream cheese box)
Gluten Free Polish Fruitcake   (Modified from Internet search)
Old Fashioned Gluten Free Gingerbread Cake  (From my Heritage School Cookbook)

Muffins:
Banana Nutty Muffins   (From my daughter-in-law's family reunion cookbook)
Gluten Free Tremendous Pumpkin Muffins    
(From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Bursting with Blueberries Gluten Free Muffins  (From my Heritage School Cookbook)
Toni's Outrageous Gluten Free Corn Muffins  (From back of a Bob's Red Mill package)
Sassy Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Muffins   (From my Heritage School Cookbook)

 Puddings & Ice Cream:  
Dairy Free Strawberry Coconut Ice Cream (And other ice cream favorites!)  (From searches)
Baked Coconut Pudding  (Something I worked out from my Aunt Sue's rice pudding recipe)
Tangy Lemon Pudding   (From Internet search)

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