Happy Wednesday! I hope you’ve been enjoying this series of recipes by my gluten-free blogging friends. I had the unique opportunity to meet several of them at a weekend gluten-free bloggers retreat. And each of them wowed me by making a recipe from their blog. What an honor it was to get to know them and to sample the food that they are so well known for! You’ve heard about Shirley’s Brazilian Un-Cheese Biscuits and Kim’s Allergen-Friendly Chocolate Fondue. I have several more amazing ladies to share about!
One of these lovely ladies is Linda The Gluten-Free Homemaker. I’ve learned a lot from her blog over the years about gluten-free cooking, baking, and even kitchen tips. Linda has a weekly recipe link up called Gluten-Free Wednesdays where people share gluten-free recipes. I’m always really excited when I have a recipe that fits her monthly theme! I was doubly excited when Linda asked me to be a part of the blog hop that she created called 10 Days of Gluten Free. It was a smashing success.
Speaking of a smashing success…look at this gluten-free Angel Food Cake that she made!
Photo by Johnna of Johnna’s 52 Sweets
Of course I was delighted when I saw Linda walking through the door. I finally got to meet her in person! But then I looked down at the cake carrier in her arms. Nestled in that box was a gorgeous Angel Food Cake. I haven’t had Angel Food Cake since my gluten days. But I remembered the light, fluffiness that tasted like a sweet cloud, and I couldn’t wait to try Linda’s.
You know how much I love fresh fruit. And fresh fruit in chocolate nearly pushes me over the edge. But I must admit that I enjoyed way more angel food cake slathered in chocolate than strawberries and bananas! Linda’s Angel Food Cake is heavenly!
Want the recipe? Of course you do! Click over to The Gluten-Free Homemaker to find this incredible cake. And since it’s Wednesday, check out all of the recipes linked up on Gluten-Free Wednesdays! Do you have one to add?
- Do you like Angel Food Cake?
- What’s one dessert favorite that you haven’t been able to make gluten free?
- Share a success story! What have you been able to make gluten free?