Gluten is a natural protein that helps give baked goods their elasticity, shape, and chewy texture. But for folks with celiac disease or just generally sensitive immune systems, gluten can act like an angry boxer on your tummy.
To avoid inadvertently ordering a side of painful abdominal inflammation and nausea with your breakfast, Wolferman’s Bakery has baked up an array of certified gluten-free cakes that are every bit as yummy as those with gluten.
The 135-year-old bakery has built a reputation of being committed to the health concerns of its gluten-sensitive customers while maintaining the tradition of its baked goods’ treasured great taste.
“We wanted to provide our customers with gluten-free alternatives that taste just as amazing as our products that contain wheat, and being certified by a third-party organization as gluten-free gives our customers added confidence,” says Blair North, production director at Wolferman’s.
Here are some gluten-free cakes that are perfect gifts for even the most tender of tum-tums.
This certified kosher cake, and its layers of lusciousness, is a tasteful choice for small birthday parties, bar mitzvahs, or just an everyday dessert. Warning: each bite may be accompanied by a burst of superlatives.
You like apples? Wolferman’s whopping 1-pound, 6-ounce apple spice cake plants seeds of joy, with chunks of Fuji apples, cloves, and cinnamon, and is sweetly sprinkled with brown sugar that provides extra texture and terrific taste. It’s also filled with delicious good stuff for the most sensitive of stomachs, including white rice, potato flours, and starch. How you like them apples?!
Double down on the gift with Wolferman’s Pound Cake Duo. These two sweet, fluffy loaves are packed with a ton of lemony flavor and are suitable to start your day or as the perfect ending to any meal. Don’t forget the coffee or tea.
Say hello to a sensationally sinful dessert that features smooth cream cheese icing and is sumptuously sided with tasty cake crumbs surrounding all the safe ingredients to save your grateful stomach. The gift box also includes a greeting card for you to sweet talk the recipient.
You’ll score big brownie points when you give the gift of two dozen, well, brownies. They’re baked with white and brown rice, potato flours, and starch, making each each piece that comes out of the oven oozing in fudgy goodness!
Sure, cookies are not a cake, but so what? They still go great with milk. Anywho, be a monster gift giver with a twice-as-nice assortment of a dozen chocolate chip and peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. Each cookie offers up a chewy and fresh-from-the-oven experience that will leave you crumbling for more.