Gluten Free Rum Cake That Will Leave Your Guests Wanting Seconds!

Are you looking for a delicious rum cake recipe? Then I have got just the one you are looking for. This decadent gluten-free rum cake is an absolute all time favorite of everyone. It looks stunning and tastes divine with the delicious coconut butter rum glaze on the top. This cake is an absolute crowd favorite for any holiday celebration or even on any casual dinner parties. This makes a tasty and beautiful dessert. Gluten Free Rum Cake That Will Leave Your Guests Wanting Seconds!

A cake is an effortless dessert that you can never fail to impress the crowd with. Make it a centerpiece at any family event or dinner party and the guests will never fail to praise you and shower you with compliments. However, many people these days are very cautious about gluten in their diet and usually tend to avoid the intake of gluten. Many are there who are completely intolerant to this food category. Therefore, this cake recipe has been made gluten-free and appropriate for all your guests who are intolerant to gluten and tend to avoid it.

This cake is an absolute winner of hearts. And not just on holidays, it is a delicacy that you can make for any dinner party. The amazing part of this cake is that not only does this tastes absolutely divine but it looks spectacular baked in the mesmerizing bundt shape and with the decadent glaze on top. And the best part is that you can make it easily at your home with only a few simple ingredients. Let’s have a look. 

Recipe

Ingredients:

 Things needed for the cake:

  • 1 cup of coconut flour
  • 2 ½ cup almond flour
  • 2 teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ cup of maple syrup
  • 8 eggs

Things you need for the Rum Caramel:

  • 1 cup of coconut sugar
  • 4 tablespoons butter/ coconut oil
  • 1 cup rum divided
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Things you need for the glaze:

  • 3 tablespoon maple syrup
  • 2 tablespoon butter
  • 1 tablespoon rum
  • ¼ cup coconut butter

Prepare the Glaze:

Take a large saucepan and add in 3 tablespoons of maple syrup, followed by butter, coconut butter, and rum and let the mixture simmer together for 5 minutes. Once the mixture is boiled and simmered to the right rich and thick consistency set the glaze aside to cool down and it is all ready to be poured on the top of the cake once prepared.   

Prepare the rum caramel

Take a large stainless saucepan to make the caramel that you will have to incorporate in the cake mix. In your saucepan, add the coconut oil, butter, sugar and 1/4 of the rum and mix well. Simmer the mixture together and add the rest of the ¾ cup of rum and vanilla extract. Let the mixture cook for 10 minutes straight in medium flame and stir well. Once done, let it sit aside and cool.

Procedure to make the cake

First and foremost, preheat the oven to 325 degrees F. Take a ten-inch bundt pan and slather it with grease and flour and set aside. Take a large bowl and add on the almond flour, coconut flour, salt, baking soda and give the mixture a good mix. Once you have mixed all the dry ingredients together it is time to add the rest of the ingredients. Add eggs, caramel sauce that we had already prepared earlier and maple syrup and mix everything together. Put the batter into the greased bundt and bake it in the preheated oven for 45 minutes till baked completely. Once it cools down drizzle the coconut rum glaze on top of the decadent moist rum cake with is absolutely gluten-free. 

Conclusion

This gorgeous and decadent caramel gluten-free rum cake is the best that you will have ever tasted and you can make the entire thing at your home with these few simple steps.

Serve this delicious rum cake to your guests to any family get together or dinner party or in any celebration and be ready to get praised as this gluten-free rum cake is sure going to win everyone’s heart. All your guests will be surely coming up for a second slice so make sure you make plenty for all. 

Author Bio

Jeremy grew up learning how to cook from his parents as well as working in a high-volume catering operation while in college. He now enjoys spending time with his family writing for his blog Ktchndad.
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We all love a clean and clean house, but for most of us, clutter just creeps back in despite our efforts to be ruthless to it. If you’re getting ready to move to a new home, cast an eye over your possessions. There are plenty of things you should leave behind when you move.

Here are some helpful tips.

  1. Owner’s Manuals

Certain appliances, like ranges, microwaves, fridges, and hot water systems aren’t likely to be moving with you. Make sure you leave their owner’s manuals behind so it’s easier for new residents to look after and use the appliances and schedule services.

  1. Leftover Paint

Do you have a few tins of leftover paint from the last time you renovated? There’s no need to take them with you. New homeowners are sure to appreciate having the correct colours on hand if they need to touch up scuffs and scratches after moving in. Leave the tins in a spot that’s cool enough and where they’ll easily be found.

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  1. Curtains

Whenever you move out of a home, leave your curtains on the windows. New owners are sure to be grateful for the curtains, which were probably made to fit those windows anyway.

  1. Light Fixtures

New home buyers expect light fixtures and other attached objects to remain on the property. If you want to take a particular light fixture with you when you move, let the estate agent know before you sign the sales contract. Once that’s clarified with your agent, you can then seek help from cheap removalists Gold Coast homeowners hire. It’s also courtesy to replace the fixture with another one. You should also leave any spare light bulbs behind so new owners aren’t quite literally left in the dark.

  1. House Plants

Unless you’re only moving a short distance, rather find new homes for your plants. Moving vans don’t offer the best moving conditions for house plants, plus there are the stop-and-go movements and lack of water that will only harm them. You could leave your plants behind or gift them to someone.

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  1. In-ground Features

Anything that is secured to the ground is part of the property and not a personal possession. That means it should stay in your home once it’s sold. This includes things like fire pits, post boxes, yard lights and birdhouses. If there’s something you really want to take with you, be sure to list it as an exclusion in your sales contract.

  1. Warranties

If you recently renovated or remodeled, the new materials will still have transferrable warranties in effect once your property is sold. Leave the paperwork for things like appliances, windows, and siding on the kitchen counter where the new owners will find it.

  1. Hardwired Alarm Systems

You can take portable wireless alarm systems with you when you move, including Wi-Fi enabled cameras. But any hardwired alarms that connect to the property’s electrical system must remain behind. If you’re connected to a security company that monitors the system, let them and the new owners know about your move.

Tick these 8 things off the list when you’re getting ready to move, and your whole move is sure to be just a little easier!

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