Gluten free cakes

All of my cakes are vegan, but I also offer gluten free options.


Cake Flavours

  • Carrot
  • Gluten free vegan carrot sponge soaked in vanilla syrup with creamy cinnamon ganache
  • Chocolate salted caramel
  • Gluten free vegan chocolate sponge with homemade salted caramel sauce and salted caramel and dark chocolate ganache
  • Lemon
  • Gluten free vegan lemon sponge soaked in lemon syrup, with lemon curd and white chocolate ganache
  • Vanilla Raspberry
  • Gluten free vegan vanilla sponge with raspberry chunks soaked in vanilla syrup, raspberry puree and white chocolate ganache
  • Lime
  • Gluten free vegan lime sponge soaked in lime syrup, lime curd and white chocolate ganache
  • S’mores
  • Gluten free vegan vanilla cake soaked in vanilla syrup with bits of biscuits, marshmallows and dark chocolate ganache
  • Simply Chocolate
  • Gluten free vegan chocolate sponge soaked in vanilla syrup with dark chocolate ganache
  • Champagne and strawberry
  • Gluten free vegan vanilla sponge soaked in champagne with a strawberry puree and white chocolate ganache
  • Coconut
  • Gluten free vegan coconut sponge soaked in coconut syrup with a white chocolate and coconut ganache

    Cupcake Flavours

  • Chocolate sponge with vanilla buttercream
  • Brown sugar sponge, salted caramel sauce and vanilla buttercream
  • Banana sponge with peanut butter buttercream
  • Chocolate sponge with chocolate buttercream
  • Vanilla sponge with strawberry coulis and vanilla buttercream
  • Lemon sponge with blueberry buttercream
  • Lemon sponge with lemon curd and vanilla buttercream
  • Vanilla sponge with raspberry chunks and raspberry buttercream
  • Carrot sponge with cinnamon buttercream
  • Coconut sponge with lemon buttercream
  • Cupcakes and Mini cupcakes
  • Cookies (chocolate chips)
  • Dessert table

  • Cupcakes / Mini cupcakes
  • Cookies (flavours: chocolate chips / white chocolate and cashews / white chocolate and cranberry)
  • Rocky Roads (flavours: shortbread / white chocolate, pop corn and sprinkles)
  • No bake peanut butter and chocolate cookies
  • Rice Krispie Treats
  • Peanut Butter Yummy Things
  • Price

    I don’t charge more for gluten free cakes than I would do cakes with wheat flour, because I don’t think your health should dictate how much you pay to be able to have a beautiful cake for your events, whether it’s your wedding or birthday.

    If you are gluten free and it is your event, I will make your whole cake gluten free – if that is your wish. If you are not gluten free and have a few gluten free guests at your event, I will not make your whole cake gluten free but will make them a special cake on the side so that they can still enjoy it, with no surcharge – that helps me with costs and making sure I never have to charge extra for those of us with allergies or intolerances! Gluten free flour is expensive and as I never bake a gluten free and a non gluten free cake on the same day, it helps with my costs and planning.

    Do gluten free cakes taste different?

    They do have a different taste to the non gluten free cakes I make because I use different recipes. Gluten free baking is not just a question of taking any recipe and replacing the wheat flour with gluten flour! I mean it would be the dream, but it doesn’t work that way. Gluten free flour, because of its chemical components, gives cakes that are a lot flakier and a lot drier than non gluten free cakes if you don’t adapt the whole recipe to accommodate for it – which is something I do. So yes, if you try a non gluten free vanilla cake and a gluten free vanilla cake, both made by me, you will notice a difference in taste – but you won’t be able to tell which is gluten free. My customers often have a little panic during consultations because they think I have forgotten they required gluten free cakes – that’s how good they are!

    How do I guarantee they are nut free?

    That is a bit of a tricky question. While I do my absolute best to make sure the contamination risks are at their lowest, I cannot guarantee that gluten free cakes will be absolutely free of traces of gluten (also because some of the ingredients I use are gluten free, but still have the “may contain traces of gluten” mention).

    I never bake a gluten free cake on the same day as a non gluten free cake though, keep my gluten free flour and wheat flour separated and in different corners of the room, have a shelf dedicated to gluten containing products and another one dedicated to gluten free products. I also have a dedicated gluten free fridge and freezer. Everything is thoroughly cleaned and all surfaces are disinfected daily. Cloths are also washed and replaced daily at a minimum.