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Candied Apple Cranberry Upside-Down Cake and a Gluten-Free Thanksgiving!

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A Gluten-Free Holiday Week: Thanksgiving Favorites

….and along with a fun new Thanksgiving Dessert Recipe, I am also bringing back my Thanksgiving Prep Series that I ran last year.

It is no secret that Thanksgiving is my ultimate FAVORITE holiday. I host it at my house every single year.

Oh. And this way? I get out of having to host Christmas.

I decided last year to do an entire Thanksgiving Prep Series, where I shared everything from my prep schedule, to each of my allergy-friendly Thanksgiving recipes, and right on down to my Thanksgiving Feast Master Shopping List.

It was met with quite the response. I have never answered SO many Thanksgiving-based emails in my life. But, the rewarding part was afterwards when my inbox was filled with people telling me how the series helped them to get through the holiday without the stress or crazy kitchen mishaps or disasters.

So, in addition to sharing this dangerously decadent Allergy-Friendly, Gluten Free Candied Apple Cranberry Upside-Down Cake, I am bringing back my Allergy-Friendly Thanksgiving Prep series!

Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes

Annual CIAF Allergy-Friendly Thanksgiving Prep Series!

PART 1: The Menu and The Plan of The Ultimate Thanksgiving Series

PART 2: Cranberry Citrus Cider Sauce AND Green Bean and Shallot Salad with Champagne Vinaigrette.

PART 3: The Gluten-Free Cornbread Recipe for the stuffing (with the Variation to make the Savory Cornbread Rosemary Muffins to go with the meal) and Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes.

PART 4: Gluten Free Cornbread/Bread Stuffing With Apples, Sausage, Pine Nuts and a secret ingredient that  you will NOT want to leave out.

PART 5: Cider Glazed Brined Turkey with Apple Brandy Gravy

PART 6: Toffee Pecan Caramel Apple Streusel (Gluten-free and Egg-free already, but ways to make this baby Dairy-free and Nut-free as well) and Crustless Pumpkin Streusel Pie.

PART 7: The Shopping List



Now for this Candied Apple Cranberry Upside-Down Cake. As written it is Gluten-free and Dairy-free, and I also tell you how to easily adapt it to be egg-free and nut-free as well. And one of my favorite things is it is GUM-FREE with a perfect moist crumb.

This cake is a wonderful end to a Thanksgiving feast. And your yummy topping will look FAR better than mine does here. Every time I make this cake, I line my cake pan with a round piece of parchment paper that fits just right into the bottom. It makes the cake come out of the pan perfectly.

Of course, as I was making this cake again the other day, I had no parchment paper. And none of my neighbors were home to beg and borrow from.  So I attempted to make it without. Do not do what I did. Use the parchment paper, people!

Half of my favorite part of the cake (the caramelized topping) stayed in the pan. I tried to put some of it back on, but the end result was not near as beautiful as my past successes with this cake. So I repeat. Use the parchment paper. Your cake will look much prettier than this…

Oh. P.S. The raw cranberries pictured below are for garnish only. I do not recommend feeding raw cranberries to your guests. Even my dog will not touch them…and that says a lot.

Dairy Free Whipped Cream Recipes

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Candied Apple-Cranberry Upside-Down Cake

Easily adapted to be Egg-Free and Nut-free


  • 1/2 cup fresh cranberries, measure while whole, then dice them in half
  • 1 small apple, peeled and very thinly sliced
  • 3 Tbsp Coconut Oil
  • 1/2 Cup Coconut Sugar, or Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Ground Cinnamon
  • 1 cup Superfine Brown Rice Flour (such as Authentic Foods brand)
  • 1/2 cup Almond Flour -such as Honeyville (For NUT-FREE: use equal amount Corn Flour, OR Quinoa Flour, OR Millet Flour)
  • 1/4 cup Millet Flour
  • 1/4 cup Arrowroot Starch
  • 2 1/2 tsp Baking Powder, Aluminum-Free
  • 1 tsp Baking Soda
  • 1/2 tsp Sea Salt
  • 8 Tbsp Earth Balance Vegan Buttery Stick (or Regular Butter, or Coconut Oil) softened to Room Temperature-IMPORTANT
  • 1 Cup Blonde Coconut Palm Sugar OR Granulated Sugar
  • 2 Large Eggs, Room Temperature-IMPORTANT (For EGG-FREE: Mix together in small bowl: 3 Tbsp Unsweetened Applesauce with 1 1/2 tsp additional Baking Powder with 2 Tbsp Warm Water and with 1 1/2 tsp Ener G Egg Replacer – use mixture where you would add eggs)
  • 1 Cup Plain Coconut Milk (such as So Delicious) Room Temperature-IMPORTANT (or regular Milk)
  • 2 tsp Vanilla Extract


1.  Preheat Oven to 350 degrees. Generally grease a 9 inch round cake pan. Using the bottom of your round pan, trace around the pan on parchment paper the exact size of your pan bottom.  Cut the piece of parchment paper to fit just in the bottom of pan, without letting it go up the sides.

2.  In bottom of pan on top of parchment, place the oil and then put in oven for 1 minute, until oil is fully melted. Then add sugar evenly over bottom of pan, mixing with oil. Place pan back in oven for 2-3 minutes. Remove from oven, sprinkle cinnamon over sugar, lay thinly sliced apples in a ring and place cranberries over apples. Place pan back in over for 3 minutes, or until it begins to bubble slightly. Remove from oven while finishing batter prep.

3.  In medium bowl, mix together Superfine Brown Rice Flour, Almond Flour, Millet Flour, Arrowroot Starch, Baking Powder, Baking Soda, and Sea Salt.  Whisk together until light and airy.

4.  In bowl of electric stand mixer, beat Earth Balance Butter (or Regular Butter) and Sugar for 3 – 5 minutes until light and fluffy. Then add eggs (or Egg Replacer), one at a time, continue mixing.  Add vanilla and mix again until incorporated.

5.  While mixer is going on low speed, slowly add 1/3 cup of the milk then add 1/2 of dry ingredient mixture. Then another 1/3 cup of the milk, and the remaining half of the dry mix. Finish with the last of the milk. Stop occasionally to scrape down sides with rubber spatula. Once all dry mixture is added, continue to mix until well-incorporated and batter seems light.

6.  Pour batter over apple-cranberry mixture.

7.  Bake for 30-35 minutes, or until toothpick comes out clean. Let cool for 5 minutes, then invert onto plate. Remove parchment paper from cake top. Top with homemade Coconut Whipped Cream. And for even more Dairy-free Whipped Cream Recipes and resources, visit Go Dairy Free.

And for more Thanksgiving Favorites:

Cranberry Ice Cream from Simply Sugar and Gluten Free

Creative Leftovers: Baked Turkey Croquettes from Daily Bites

Plumberry Sauce or Jam from Diet Desserts and Dogs

Pumpkin Granola from She Let Them Eat Cake

Thanksgiving Prep from Tasty Eats At Home



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  1. On November 10, 2011 Valerie@CityLifeEats said

    This cake looks wonderful. I just submitted my recipe for the roundup as well.

  2. On November 10, 2011 Amy Green said

    I’m so glad you’re bringing back your Ultimate Thanksgiving Prep series! It will help so many people. Your cake looks incredible…want to send some to Texas?

    Thanks for hosting A Gluten-Free Holiday this week, Kim!


    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Thanks Amy! This is such a fun event. Cannot wait to see what everyone else has planned. And if only gf baked goods traveled better. I would have one of these cakes waiting at your doorstep! 😉

  3. On November 10, 2011 Hallie @ Daily Bites said

    This cake is stunning!! Thanksgiving at your house sounds like it will be a heaven. (For the guests, at least!) 🙂

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Thanks Hallie! And I just love your idea for baked turkey croquettes. I am so going to do that with our leftovers this time!

  4. On November 10, 2011 Kelly said

    The cake looks delicious! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway!

  5. On November 10, 2011 Kristi said

    The cake looks Delicious!

    Also Thank you for the giveaway chance! We love Asian food, and just beginning the gluten free path has made enjoying it confusing at best.

  6. On November 10, 2011 Marcy Jablonski said

    I can’t wait to try this cake! I love apples and cranberries together!

  7. On November 10, 2011 Gluten Free Diva said

    I am SOOO making this right now, to teach at my Gluten Free Thanksgiving Cooking class tonight. I will be directing people right to your blog! And the comment about your dog not eating the raw cranberries made me laugh right out loud! Thank you Kim!!!!

  8. On November 10, 2011 Court said

    Wow, this cake looks amazing (even if you didn’t have the parchment paper)!

    I’m Canadian, so we celebrated our Thanksgiving already, but I’ll definitely be bookmarking this recipe to use next year… or I may just make it anyway because it looks so tasty.

  9. On November 10, 2011 debra z said

    I love cranberries! It’s so interesting to see so many different ways you use them. Delish!

  10. On November 10, 2011 Alta said

    This cake looks amazing! Great job! Love cranberries in baked goods. I’ll make a note not to feed the raw ones to anyone though! 🙂

  11. On November 10, 2011 Annaliese Lemmon said

    I am so excited to look through all these Thanksgiving recipes, as these are the first holidays where I need to accomodate my son’s allergies.

  12. On November 10, 2011 Annaliese Lemmon said

    I was so excited to look through all these recipes later, I shared it on pinterest before I saw the rules for the giveaway. 🙂

  13. On November 10, 2011 Valerie@CityLifeEats said

    I tweeted about this post 🙂

  14. On November 10, 2011 Valerie@CityLifeEats said

    And posted it on facebook too.

  15. On November 10, 2011 Valerie@CityLifeEats said

    I also pinned it on pinterest 🙂

  16. On November 10, 2011 Sara said

    Would love to get this book so I can start trying to make Asian style food. It seems difficult since soy is used so much, but I’m sure there have to be some alternatives.

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Sara, I use Bragg’s Coconut Aminos all of the time in place of soy sauce and it really does impart a really similar flavor!! We do not do soy sauce either! And you will love the book! It has so many good ideas!

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Disregard my previous comment about Bragg’s. My mind is not working properly. The brand of Coconut Aminos that i use is
      I must have Bragg imprinted on my mind because of all of the Apple Cider Vinegar I have been drinking of theirs lately. LOL

  17. On November 10, 2011 Celiacs in the House said

    I’m still making your muffins with cranberries from last year, so of course I have to try this cake. Don’t add me to the giveaway. I am reviewing the cookbook on my blog next week. W

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Thanks Wendy!! So glad you are still making those cranberry muffins. Those are a big favorite in this house. I just made them with a twist last week. I got some persimmons in my bountiful basket so I made persimmon cranberry muffins with that recipe and replaced the bananas with persimmons. Holy moly. They were SO good!

  18. On November 10, 2011 Diana G said

    I so very much miss steamed dumplings. I’d love this book so I can enjoy them again. thanks!

  19. On November 10, 2011 Tia @ Glugle GF said

    I linked up, but don’t enter me. Already have the cookbook. BTW, the cake looks beautiful.

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Thanks Tia! Love those Pumpkin Muffins! And I even got to try them in real life so I KNOW they are good! xo

  20. On November 10, 2011 Shirley @ gfe said

    I linked up a “two for one” post with the two ingredient turkey breast (and one of the ingredients is the turkey breast!) and my tortilla chip stuffing. Both make Thanksgiving so much easier. 🙂

    GORGEOUS cak, Kim! Oh, to come to your house for Thanksgiving … that would be heaven!


    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Love your recipes that you shared, Shirley! Two for one is always a good idea in my book. And if you and Mr GFE showed up at my house for Thanksgiving, it would seriously make it the best holiday EVER!!

  21. On November 10, 2011 Sarena said

    This looks like the perfect dessert for Thanksgiving! Definitely a great flavor combination to celebrate the holiday.

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Sarena, this is a really nice holiday dessert. I have to actually hide it from my boys though because they just love to pick off all of the caramelized candied topping (although I cannot blame them – I do too). 😉

  22. On November 10, 2011 Paula said

    I would love to win this book! I am loving all of these holiday recipes.

  23. On November 10, 2011 Karin Goodman said

    Cake looks delicious. I’ll be trying it this weekend. My husband loves cranberries, and so do I. Thanks for the great recipes.

  24. On November 10, 2011 gaile said

    OO that looks so yummy! Every year I make Alton Brown’s Mooless Chocolate Pie, using Mi-Del gluten free ginger snaps for the crust. GF, DF, and super rich! Here’s a link to the recipe:

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Gaile, I love the look of that recipe. It would be a dangerous dangerous thing to make in this house. Would be gone in minutes.

  25. On November 10, 2011 Ricki said

    Hmmmm. . . . I was sure I left a comment this morning, but not here! Let me just repeat: that cake look amazing. And I must find a way to reproduce it! 🙂

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Ricki, if anyone can reproduce this cake for your diet it would be you!! 😉 You are one of the most creative recipe developers I know!

  26. On November 10, 2011 Linda said

    This cake looks so amazing, flavors and colors-cranberries are just one of my favorites!!!! I’m still working at branching out to use different flours, this looks perfect! Excited to try this Thank you! 🙂

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Linda, playing with the different flours will give you so much versatility! And it also helps give good texture. Have fun playing! 😉

  27. On November 10, 2011 Molly said

    We have such amazing traditions in my family over Thanksgiving. We eat dinner at my Grandmothers, gather up the entire family and chop down our Christmas Trees in the woods (in our small MN town) then go have pie and hot cocoa and my house. Afterward we play Bingo with prizes that my Grandmother collects throughout the year and wraps for us….then we make popcorn and watch a movie! Every year, this is what we do. Every year it is the time I most look forward to. Now to make the FOOD more gluten-free will be the challenge.

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Oh my goodness! Molly, your Thanksgiving tradition sounds absolutely special in every way. i can completely see why it is so important to you and why it holds such a special place in your heart! And I just love the idea of the bingo game with gifts that your Grandmother has collected! Thank you so much for sharing your tradition with me!

  28. On November 10, 2011 Maggie said

    Kim this is stunning! You’ve done it again, you’re such a good recipe developer! Thanks for making the every-allergy-friendly adaptations! i think this would make a fantastic Thanksgiving brunch addition too! With a small note that read, DO NOT EAT THE CRANBERRIES, DECORATION ONLY! My mouth is secreting acidic juices right now!

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Thanks, Maggie! You are too sweet! A note for you guests on the cranberries would be a good idea. If my 4 year old could read, it would have saved him a very unhappy mouthful. LOL

  29. On November 10, 2011 Catherine said

    Your Candied Apple-Cranberry cake is delicious! I also added some orange zest to the batter.

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Wow! Catherine you are quick. Orange zest sounds like an AMAZING addition. What a great idea! 😉

  30. On November 10, 2011 Rogene (Genie) said

    Looks like some really good recipes here. Too busy to look right now, but will have time this weekend to look them over when I can enjoy them.

  31. On November 10, 2011 Rogene (Genie) said

    I just shared this on Facebook.

  32. On November 10, 2011 Chrystal in Canada said

    Hello! I’d like to win the Asian cookbook. I first heard about in another fave GF blog, and found it at the library! It would be nice to OWN it 🙂


  33. On November 10, 2011 Neva said

    This cake sounds delicious, will have to try it. Love the book, and a chance to win !!

  34. On November 10, 2011 Amy said

    Hi. Below is a link to a recipe on my blog for vegan gluten free corn pudding. It’s a family favorite and a very easy Thanksgiving dish.

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Thanks, Amy! I included it in the linky! I love your recipe for the corn pudding!! 😉

  35. On November 10, 2011 Heather Brandt said

    I’d love to win the cookbook b/c I’ve missed Asian food since having to cook allergy free 🙂

  36. On November 10, 2011 Sue said

    I have been wondering for ages if there was a wheat-free way to make those little parcelly things you showed on the cookbook cover… I’m pretty excited to find out there is…

  37. On November 10, 2011 Brandae said

    This is an exciting series to follow! Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful tips and recipes. I have the app for my iPhone and would love this cookbook you’re giving away too! The more tools and resources I have, the easier and more fun my time is in the kitchen. 🙂

  38. On November 10, 2011 Jennifer said

    I am really looking forward to this series… and I’d love a copy of the gluten-free Asian cookbook. We’ve really been missing Asian foods!

  39. On November 10, 2011 jen said

    love this! i’m so happy to have discovered your blog.

    i would be thrilled to win the book!

    here is a link to my post on allergen-free pesto –

  40. On November 10, 2011 Mary Horowitz said

    The cake looks awesome! I’m new to the dairy-free world, thanks to my son’s dairy sensitivity–he’s 7 weeks. I love finding new blogs with recipe ideas–thanks for yours!

  41. On November 10, 2011 Mary Horowitz said

    Shared on twitter. I’m @maryhorowitz.

  42. On November 10, 2011 Diane Eblin-thewhole said

    This recipe looks great. I think I’ll have to test it out first, you know to make sure. 🙂

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Diane, you rock! All of your recipes are awesome! Thanks so much for linking up! And yes. You will have to test it first. Just to make sure you are not poisoning anyone, of course. 😉

  43. On November 10, 2011 Alena M said

    Wow. All these recipes look amazing! Thanks for sharing. The cookbook looks awesome too!

  44. On November 10, 2011 Carol, SGF said

    Want to send some of that cake to me as a care package? I have a copy of the book – love it so you don’t need to enter me, just came by to beg for cake!

    • On November 10, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Carol, the package should be arriving….NOW (fingers snapped and magic wand waved)… 😉


  45. On November 10, 2011 Venessa said

    This book looks awesome! Thanks for doing a giveaway. 🙂

  46. On November 10, 2011 Richa@HobbyandMore said

    the cake looks fabulously lovely. this is going to be fun reading everyones favorites!

  47. On November 10, 2011 Shannon said

    I have started looking at gf recipes that are also sugar free or nearly sf since my diabetic brother was diagnosed in January of this year with celiac disease. He finally has the answers for his misery! We don’t live close to each other and I’m trying to put together a cookbook of recipes that I’ve come across that sound good and that he can eat and enjoy. The cake looks fabulous and I have some other friends who are gf who can get this for the Holidays.

  48. On November 10, 2011 Sea said

    You know, I think I figured out why I love your photos- those splashes of color! Love that red. It just makes me happy. This cake sounds really good. I have a cranberry cake that a friend made for me that I posted some time ago:

    Actually, maybe I’ll add it to your roundup right now (because it is REALLY tasty).

    Love cranberries in all sorts of things!


  49. On November 10, 2011 Jeanie said

    I just posted about this give a way on Facebook.

  50. On November 10, 2011 Jeanie said

    I just tweeted about your give a way.

    FB: Jeanene Clark Brown
    Twitter: Jeanene_Brown

  51. On November 10, 2011 Jeanie said

    I would really like to win that Asian cookbook. Gluten Free style!

    By the way, your cranberry and apple upside down cake looks amazing. What a great idea with that combo. I bet the sour with the sweet gives it such a delish taste!
    thanks for sharing it!

  52. On November 10, 2011 Z.Grimm said

    Thanks for sharing this recipe – cranberries are one of my favourite things about the holiday season. Good luck to everyone else who is entering the contest!

  53. On November 11, 2011 Gail said

    It would be awesome to win a copy of your Asian Kitchen cookbook. and the photo of your Apple Cranberry Upside Down Cake is making me salivate for this apple and cranberry dish.

  54. On November 11, 2011 Christine said

    These recipes look great and for someone who was recently diagnosed the holidays will be difficult to navigate (that and I really love Asian food and that is even harder to give up than the holiday food).

  55. On November 11, 2011 Adrian said

    That cake looks so yummy. I can’t wait to try the recipe!

  56. On November 11, 2011 Tara Meek said

    Sharing with all my facebook friends these wonderful recipes. New to gluten free. But also have three in my family who cannot have dairy, eggs or cane sugar. It has been a struggle but very thankful for your website with recipes.

    • On November 11, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Yay! Thanks so much, Tara! Hope you enjoy the recipes! Let me know if you have any questions! 😉

  57. On November 11, 2011 julie said

    I would love to win the gf asian cookbook. I definitely miss good asian food

  58. On November 11, 2011 Staci A said

    The cake looks amazing! I would love the cookbook. I really need some new recipes!

  59. On November 11, 2011 Richa@HobbyandMore said

    Also linked up my vegan Tiramisu Pancakes. with glutenfree option.. a must his holiday season!

  60. On November 11, 2011 InTolerantChef said

    Even with a stuck bottom/top it looks lovely!

  61. On November 11, 2011 Janis said

    Love Asian food- a gf asian cookbook would be great to win.

  62. On November 11, 2011 Janis said

    I shared this on facebook.

  63. On November 11, 2011 sherryann varano said

    I would really like to try some of these recipes, they all sound so delicious! i would also like to win your cookbook. The candied apple cranberry upside down cake looks so tasty. I will be sharing this on facebook. Thanks Sherry

  64. On November 11, 2011 Sarah said

    I love it!

  65. On November 12, 2011 Cara said

    My of my favorite traditions is simply being with my family in the kitchen. 🙂

  66. On November 12, 2011 Laura @ GFPantry said

    Thanks for hosting. I shared Pumpkin Ice Cream-Dairy Free!

  67. On November 12, 2011 Annie in Illinois said

    I would like to do more asian cooking. I use my electric wok all the time, but my family doesn’t like my stirfries since I went gluten free. This is one giveaway that would really improve my life!

  68. On November 12, 2011 Alison said

    I’ve seen the Asian cookbook at my local natural foods store! Would love to win it! Thanks!

  69. On November 12, 2011 Marcy Jablonski said

    Just tried the Candied Apple & Cranberry Cake. Substituted agave syrup for the sugar (decreased milk by 1/4 cup) as I don’t use any refined sugars. I also used dried cranberries instead of fresh and quinoa flour instead of millet because I had them both on hand. It turned out ABSOLUTELY amazing. The cake is light and fluffy with just a hint of cinnamon! Even my husband loved it (he’s not gluten-free). Thanks for a new favorite recipe!

    • On November 12, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Yay, Marcy!! These types of comments seriously make my whole day! Thank you so much for coming back and letting me know how it turned out for you! I love your substitutions. I also love that you used the quinoa. A little extra health benefit! 😉 Thanks for the report!
      😉 Kim

  70. On November 13, 2011 Renee said

    Loved the comment about not serving the cranberries to your guests or dogs…but my dogs actually do love frozen cranberries! My crazy dogs love just about any fruit or vegetable.

    • On November 14, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Renee, that is so funny that your dogs love them. We were laughing after my dog spit one out the other day because they are about the ONLY thing he will not eat if it is in his range. LOL

  71. On November 14, 2011 anna said

    I’d love to cook from this cookbook — just this weekend, I went out for Japanese and was so jealous of my friend’s dumplings! I’d love to make gluten free dumplings on my own!! Thanks for offering the giveaway!!

  72. On November 15, 2011 Rinnie said

    This is similar to a scalloped pineapple recipe we make except we use pineapple tidbits and gluten free bread. SO YUMMY!

    I’ve been craving Laura’s cookbook for almost 2 months! Hoping to win it!

  73. On November 15, 2011 Sarah said

    Love your blog! I linked to your post from my Twitter account and I can’t wait to find out if I won that fabulous cookbook!

  74. On November 15, 2011 Peaceful Princess said

    My favorite holiday tradition is family! Being with family and cooking! My mother and I would stay up nights holding together Christmas Houses made of delicate butter cookies and talking. I now have perfected the recipe and have turned it into a business. They are not Gluten Free, but I love seeing the kids enjoy them.

    For me, I am still figuring out Gluten Free baking. In the meantime I make a great Gluten Free Apple Pie, Stuffing, Gravy, and with Turkey and Rice…no one knows I am eating that different from the rest of the family!

  75. On November 15, 2011 Jeanette said

    Your cake looks amazing. I made a cranberry ginger upside down cake recently – love how pretty it looks with all the fruit on top.

  76. On November 15, 2011 Katie said

    I’d love to win that cookbook! My friends brought chinese food to school today and I was just thinking about how much I’ve missed it since going GF.

  77. On November 16, 2011 jas the GFScallywag said

    wow this sounds AH-mazing!

  78. On November 20, 2011 VintageMoom said

    Hi! Just wanted to let you know I included your cranberry cake recipe in my post, An Allergy Friendly Thanksgiving Menu — linked back to you and everything 🙂 Have a great holiday!

    • On November 21, 2011 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Thanks so much for sharing my cake on your wonderful round-up! That is a fabulous collection of recipes you have gathered! Our allergy-friendly folk are going to be eating so well this Thanksgiving!! 😉

  79. On November 22, 2012 No said

    The Candied Apple Cranberry Upside Down Cake is amazing! Just tried the recipe today. So delicious- thank you for sharing <3

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