Gluten-free cupcakes at Whole Foods

The blog Living Gluten-Free in South Florida reports on the Whole Foods gluten-free cupcakes:

The Gluten-Free Bakehouse from Whole Foods has a huge selection of tasty baked goods. Their products (breads, muffins, cookies, scones, and more) are made at a dedicated gluten-free facility and are sold at Whole Foods Markets in the US and Canada.

The cupcakes (they come in vanilla and chocolate) are the latest Gluten-Free Bakehouse products to hit the shelves at my local Whole Foods. I can't even tell you the last time I had a cupcake, so you can only imagine how excited I was when I found these. I haven't tried the vanilla ones yet, but the chocolate cupcakes are out of this world! Make sure you have a large glass of milk ready because they are big and rich!


do you know if they have eggs in them?
JSD said…
Keep on the good work. Maybe you've seen it but for all the cupcake lovers, take a look at this lovely animated short story:
Yes, they have eggs in them.
TQ said…
These cupcakes are delicious. I had both the vanilla and chocolate. I haven't had a cupcake since going gluten free and missed vanilla cupcakes. These taste almost like regular vanilla cupcakes. The chocolate tastes very close to regular cupcakes too.

I am eating some right now! 470 calories per 4oz cupcake but I take off more than half of the frosting so I hope that helps the calories. I know dream a dream.

Ingredients (Chocolate cupcake): Confectioners sugar (sugar, cornstarch) butter, evaporated cane juice, eggs, milk, cocoa, rice flour, tapioca starch, potato starch, brown rice syrup, vanilla extract, baking soda, baking powder, salt, xanthan gum