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Gluten-Free Pound Cakes Gift Box

Bursting with fresh fruit flavors, these petite pound cakes are so moist and decadent, it's hard to believe they're gluten-free. Their rich yet delicate texture comes from the finest butter, farm-fresh eggs and Cup4Cup gluten-free flour, developed by renowned chef Thomas Keller. The cakes are handcrafted in New York City at Kyotofu, a Japanese dessert bar whose motto is "Changing the world - one soybean at a time." Yuzu-Vanilla: This luscious cake combines creamy vanilla and white chocolate with tangy yuzu, an aromatic Japanese citrus fruit famous for delicate, complex flavors. Yuzu-Blueberry: The bright flavors of freshly picked blueberries are highlighted by tangy yuzu citrus juice, creamy white chocolate and a dash of pure vanilla. Banana Poppy: Moist, rich banana cake gets a fresh update with crunchy poppy seeds, velvety white chocolate and buttery shiro miso. Peach Cobbler: Ripe summer peaches take center stage in this delightful pound cake, enriched with brown sugar, sour cream and pure vanilla. Set includes four mini pound cakes, one of each flavor. Each cake weighs 3.4 oz. (approximately five 1"-thick slices). Packed in a signature brown Kyotofu gift box. Made in a gluten-free facility. Made in USA.
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NaturalCooking
,Houston
,TX
September 2, 2013
Ability level:Professional
Purchased:Once
Would You Recommend? No
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Pretty Box, crum-my food
September 2, 2013
Play on words, the gluten free pound cakes were very crumbly. Suggested servings of 4 per loaf, so plan to have something else alongside. I ordered thse for a friend experimenting with gluten free diet, and these were disappointing. BUT, if you are about presentation, the gift box was stunning. Too bad the food didn't match.
Pros: Great Gift
Cons: Texture, Amount, fell apart when slicing
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NaturalCooking
Houston, TX
Posted December 6, 2013
Re the Gluten free comment to this review
Yes, I also gluten free bake and am aware that those products are more crumb-y. Perhaps I should have been more specific: these products, once cut, yielded ONLY crumbs, not a bite or two and then crumbs. Bottom line, still pretty expensive crumbs.
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AlyInSeattle
Seattle, WA
Posted December 5, 2013
Most GF baking is crubly...
As somebody who eats and bakes GF a lot, I can attest to the quality of GF baking. It is normal for GF to be more crumbly than foods with gluten as gluten acts as a binding agent. which creates the spongy texture that holds foods together. Expect anything you order/bake that is GF to be a different texture/more crumbly than baked goods which contain gluten.
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