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Gluten Free Baking Tip of the Day – Cakes Rising Too Fast?

May 14, 2013

Daily tips for your gluten free baking adventure!

Today’s Tip:

  • If your cake ends up with a raised mound in the center instead of a flat surface, you will have to slice off the top of your cake to be able to frost and make a layer cake that fits together well. To avoid losing valuable cake and spending your time shaving off the top, this problem can probably be corrected with bake temperature. A domed shape can come from the temperature being too hot. Try decreasing your temperature by 15 degrees the next time you bake and see if that corrects the problem. This will usually mean that you will also have to increase your bake time slightly. 

Crave Bakery Gluten Free Baking Tips Cakes

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