Meyer Lemon Coconut Cake (gluten free) ON ASK CHEF DENNIS!


Good morning friends!

I’m just about the start prepping for my gluten-free pasta photo shoot for Easy Eats magazine! Woot Woot! It’s such a fun day!

Made even MORE fun by my guest post on Ask Chef Dennis today. Chef D and I participate in the monthly Burwell General Store recipe swap and since meeting he’s been one of my favorite Bloggers to swap ideas and thoughts with.

For his post I made a cake that I think is truly special – light Meyer Lemon with a coconut frosting and lots of zest. And it’s made in teeny tiny pans for two! Perfect for Valentines Day.

So head over to Ask Chef Dennis and meet one of my favorite Bloggers to snag this recipe!

Oh, and I’m at my grandparents for this shoot who have no internet – posting from my phone! Isn’t technology RAD?!

Happy friday,


    • Anonymous says:

      The recipe is on HIS site and yes, changed the link so it works now. Your prize is the title of Most Helpful Comment of the Day!! Congrats and thanks! The academy loves you!

  1. Kim Bee says:

    Off to check it out. Isn’t Dennis the bomb. So is Burwell. And this cake. Can you tell I’m tired. Sentences get short. Lol!

  2. Paula says:

    Hoping the Easy Eats shoot went well. So nice that it took place at your Grandparent’s so they could share in the excitement with you. Off to check our your lemon cake recipe!

  3. Liz says:

    Just an amazing cake! You have mastered the gluten free world. So beautiful and sunny…perfect for a lift on a winter’s day!

  4. Just stopping by to say hi after seeing your amazing creation on Chef Dennis. I have ripe Meyer’s Lemons on my tree and all the ingredients at home, so I have no excuse not to make this gorgeous cake today. Happy to have found your lovely blog!

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