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« on: June 26, 2010 01:30:22 PM »

so whever i decorate a cake for a special order at work i never get to give the cake to the customer and hear there feedback, this lady wanted a gluten free sugar free chocolate cake that has chocolate cream cheese frosting on it (sorry i cant give the recipie or ill get fired) she said it was for a friend that was a painter and she wanted flowers and paint brushes, this is what i came up with. i hope she liked it but sence i didnt get to see her i would LOVE to hear what you all think of it.

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« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2010 02:00:48 PM »

Looks yummy! 

What do you use instead of sugar?  I'm still trying to figure out what Im going to do for my son's bday, he and 2 of his friends are allergic to EVERYTHING!
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« Reply #2 on: June 26, 2010 02:29:39 PM »

we use xilotol, its pretty spendy but you dont really need much for a cake. at first your frosting will be gritty but dont worry the xilotal desolves and then its perfect. i believe that in the cake we use 2cups and in the frosting we use 3/4 cup, or maybe its the other way around.....i think it might be. i can check at work on monday and give you an update, as long as i dont give you the whole recipie its fine, once i figure out how much we use you can just find a chocolate cake recepie and sup the sugar for the amount of xilotol i tell you. and this will be for a double layer 10" cake, or 24 cupcakes or one single layer 8x10 or 6x12 whatever the dementions are cake. you might also look online for a recipie and look in a heathfood store for the xilotol. thats where i work and we keep it in the suppliments department.
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