Saturday, May 3, 2008

GFCFSF Chocolate Birthday Cupcakes

This is what the Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Chocolate Cake Mix looks like when you make it in cupcakes. (Before frosting them with Miss Roben's frosting.)

Here's what they look like with the frosting and some all-natural, gluten-free sprinkles (also from Allergy Grocer):

These were for my daughter's birthday - we brought 24 of them to school. I must say that I was feeling generous to the children in my daughter's kindergarten and filled the muffin cups a little bit more than is recommended -- that's why these are so incredibly gi-normous and bursting at the seams! ha ha!

And, by the way, my daughter isn't GFCFSF, but her little brother is. They go to the same school and I wanted him to be able to come into her classroom and participate fully. So EVERYBODY got the GFCFSF stuff. (And NONE of the other kindergardeners could tell the difference between these and the "real" stuff!)

To see how this cake mix looks as a regular round cake, click HERE.

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