This lighter chocolate crumb is cake is the perfect choice to bring to your next potluck or outing. It’s topped with a delicious chocolate crumb layer instead of the usual frosting so there’s less mess when serving this one at the picnic. The cake is very easy to throw together and transport since it’s baked and served in the same disposable pan. I’ve lightened it up by replacing half of the butter from my original recipe with low fat yogurt. Gluten free Bisquick makes it effortless to throw this together without the usual fuss involved in gluten free baking. Everyone is sure to love this fun chocolate crumb cake. To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at www.ezgf.blogspot.com All photographs in this video were taken be me. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use my photographs. The music used in this video is royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license. incompetech.com Ingredients list • 2 cups gluten free Bisquick (see notes if you’re not on a gluten free diet) • 3/4 unsweetened cocoa, sifted • 1 ¾ cups sugar • ½ cup butter • 2/3 cup chocolate chips • 7 oz of Greek yogurt • 1/2 cup coffee, cooled • 4 eggs • 2 tsp vanilla • FOR THE CRUMB TOPPING • ¼ cup gluten free Bisquick • ¼ cup unsweetened cocoa • ½ cup brown sugar • ½ tsp cinnamon • 4 tbsp cold butter, diced • ¾ cup chocolate chips • 2 tbsp confectioner’s sugar to garnish For additional free healthy dessert recipes, cooking …
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I do try to make the desserts a little lighter but they can still kill the figure if you eat too much. And, a lot of my viewers prefer these dessert recipes over the food since most cakes and pies are off limits to gluten free people. So, I’ve been trying to time my desserts so that I can take them with me when I visit someone. I have? to keep the calories out of the house if you know what I mean.
I could use a piece of this with my coffee right now – it looks amazing! And? I love how you used the yogurt instead of so much butter! 🙂
Thanks for checking out my video. The cake would have been even better with your world class chocolate. You’ve got some awesome videos. I love the chocolate? rolling demo.
Feeling? like to have it right now!
Haha, Thanks for stopping? by Bow. I gotta go check out your channel to see whats happening in the garden.
I need a bigger piece? than that , and a cold glass of milk ….lol….!!!
It looks sooo good, really moist and fluffy, my kind of cake! Really nice presentation too!!! I wish I could it a piece right now!!! Every time I? watch one of your desserts I get so hungry, I want to be your neighbor!! haahahaa
Perfect for chocolate? lovers.
Thanks Angie, Hope you’re having an? awesome week.
This looks? incredible, Anne!
Everybody chocolate lover can make? this
You’re like the best big sister ever. Mini chocolate chips work even better than the ones I used. It’s a? great idea to refrigerate the cake. It makes it so much easier to get nice slices. Hope you like it as much as we did.
Me and my 7 & 4 yr old sisters made it last night! They thought making the crumb toppping was the best thing ever! Used Mini chocolate chips for the topping also,
We kept it in the fridge overnight…… I just can’t wait to? try it 🙂
I converted this recipe from a recipe I used prior to? finding out that I was allergic to gluten. In my original recipe in place of 2 cups GF Bisguick I used:
2 cups of all purpose flour, 2 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp baking soda, and ½ tsp salt sifted together.
If you want to use cake flour in place of the all purpose flour that should work out well too.
If you? want to keep the recipe in this lighter version you can substitute applesauce for the yogurt. If you’re not concerned with keeping it lighter, you can use your lipid of choice. Coconut oil would probably work well.
oooooh i was so excited for this! but i’m also dairy free and while i have a good dairy-free “butter”, i have? no idea what would be good in place of the yogurt :'(
You said it David.? It was definitely a hit with my daughter.
Awesome Anna, Hope you have fun making? it. My daughter loved this one.
Chocolate is always a Hit Anne.?
Haha I was watching this with my 4 year old sister and? she was making sure we had everything to make this and then she starting yelling ‘WE CAN MAKE IT!’
Looks so amazingly good!
I better share this with the? wife.
Good call? Miss Gemini. I think ice cream makes everything better.
You’re right about? that. I mean who doesn’t love chocolate cake. 🙂