Hi and welcome back.
I hope you are all doing well and staying safe. With the start of a New Year, I thought it was time to re-introduce my Monthly Gluten Free Reviews back onto my blog.
Every 3rd Sunday of the month, I will be reviewing a gluten free product (baking, treat or otherwise) for you. While I love to bake, I do also love the quick and easy gluten free packet mixes too. It is so nice to have convenience.
When I was first diagnosed, I wished someone had shared this information. I spent so much money buying different gluten free packet mixes when I was still getting used to gluten free baking, and not all of them were up to scratch.
If you are looking for other reviews, why not check out my Fodilicious* reviews on their Cookie Buttons, my SweetPea Pantry Gluten Free Pancake Mix or my Lo-Dough Review for more good gluten free reviews.
This week, I thought I would share my thoughts on the Betty Crocker Devil’s Food Gluten Free Cake Mix. I hope you enjoy. Please let me know what other products you would like me to review. Chrissi -x-
5 Things you need to know about the Betty Crocker Devil’s Food Gluten Free Cake Mix
1. Where can I find this packet mix and how much does it cost?
You can find this packet mix in the majority of the larger food superstores in the UK. I found mine in the Lidl gluten free special Aisle but it is also available at Tesco, Asda and Sainsburys.
This packet mix costs between £ – £ (correct as of January 2021)
2. What else do I need to make this cake?
To make this cake mix, you simply add 4 medium eggs, 250ml water and 125ml vegetable oil. Simply mix these ingredients with the packet mix in a large bowl and divide between 2 x 8inch cake tins. Bake for 23 – 28 minutes or until the cake is fully cooked.
3. Do I only have to make a cake?
No. You can also use this packet mix to make 24 cupcakes or 16 chocolate muffins.
4. How can I decorate my cake or cupcakes?
The best thing about Betty Crocker is that their icings are gluten free too! I love the Velvety Chocolate Gluten Free Icing or why not cream together butter, icing sugar and cocoa powder for an easy chocolate buttercream?
5. I can’t stop eating the cake!
This cake recipe makes me think of the giant chocolate cupcake from Matilda and I can not get enough. You need to try this!
There you go, 5 reasons why you need to add the Betty Crocker Devil’s Food Gluten Free Cake Mix to your next food shop. I promise, you will not regret buying and baking this cake. My work colleagues loved this cake too (it is only me and one other who is gluten free) so all your friends and family should love it too.
If you try this packet mix out, please let me know by tagging me on Instagram so I can see your creations using #livingcoeliac or by sharing photos directly to my Facebook Page.
Please let me know in the comments what other gluten free reviews you would like to see.