King Arthur Flour Cake Mix Gluten Free Chocolate -- 22 oz
So delicious you wouldn't guess it is gluten-free
I made this for my daughter's birthday with a spoonful of Enjoy Life chocolate chips tossed in. It was so moist and actually got better after a couple of days. The cake mix is pricey, but it is worth every cent.
April 1, 2014
Great texture, flat flavour
I made cupcakes out of this mix. The texture, for a glutenfree dessert mix, was sublime. However, the flavor, while somewhat chocolatey, lacks depth. You can maybe help make up for it with a great frosting on it. And using coconut oil as your "vegetable oil" might be nice too, I just used plain palm (Spectrum). I probably won't buy again and will stick with Pamela's chocolate cake or from scratch. When you're shelling out this much money as a celiac disease patient, you really want a product that's worth it and this isn't.
January 2, 2014
Not for me
This cake baked up very dense and dry.
August 21, 2013
I really like these cake mixes. They are very good, bake up nicely. And they taste good ,too.
August 21, 2013
Too expensive for sugar being the first ingredient
I think if you are starting to bake GF then it is good to try mixes but this is far from being worth the price. I have several King Arthur GF flour blends and it is a great company. But if you just buy some xanthan gum (keeps a very long time if stored in the freezer) and have some good quality cocoa then with 4 more minutes of prep you can make a comparable cake on your own for less than half the price and much better flavor. There is an amazing Babycakes NYC recipe for chocolate cupcakes that you can easily find online.
July 7, 2013