Strawberry Shortcake recipe (gluten, dairy, grain, sugar, nut free)

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This healthy recipe makes a moist yet fluffy little cupcake,  it’s really quick and simple to make and looks so cute with a little Strawberry on top turning these Sugar Free cakes into a Strawberry Shortcake!

You may be surprised to know that a main ingredient is a can of beans! You can’t taste the bean taste at all, don’t let that put you off, it is what keeps these grain free and dairy free yet really moist!

Perfect for a school lunch box containing no nuts. I used a Sugar Free Sweet coconut spread in the recipe but this can be replaced with Coconut oil and some Rice Syrup (quantities below).

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Strawberry Shortcake recipe (gluten, dairy, grain, sugar, nut free)

By October 25, 2013

These little Sugar Free Strawberry Shortcakes do have Cannellini beans in them but no one would know, they are cute little Strawberry cupcakes that get devoured!

Prep Time : 15 minutes. Cook Time : 25 minutes Yield : 30 Allergens : , , , , ,

Rating 4.17 stars - based on 6 review(s)

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 160C non fan forced
  • Cut Strawberries in half or 1/4 depending on size, you will need 30 pieces for the top of each cake
  • Puree all wet ingredients (down to and including salt) in your food processor
  • Add sifted dry ingredients and combine on a medium speed for a few seconds
  • The mix will be runny enough to pour into mini muffin trays
  • Pour only 3/4 full per mini muffin hole
  • This recipe makes 30, if you only have 1 mini muffin try re-blend the ingredients before your pour the second batch
  • Gently place a strawberry on top of each shortcake
  • Bake in centre of oven for 25 - 30 minutes until golden brown and firm (the shortcakes will have pulled away from the sides of the muffin tray)
  • Allow to cool then store in fridge
  • A perfect Nut free healthy school lunchbox snack or party food
  • Enjoy xoxSha
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3 Responses to Strawberry Shortcake recipe (gluten, dairy, grain, sugar, nut free)

  1. Nat

    Hi Sha,

    These look so good! Thanks for the lovely pictures too. Quick question- I usually but coconut products and use the Safeway stuff that I know as coco OIL and the coconut butter that I get from online stores would be considered a spread( Ie- Artisana, Nuilife etc can you clarify? Thanks.

  2. rebekah

    Hey! Im just wondering if you can think of a good substitute for the beans… i am allergic to beans… thanks!

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hi Rebekah, I guess any flour or nut meal will work, just add extra liquid to your mix aswell

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