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We Love Cake – gluten free fruit cake and brownies

Are you missing gluten free fruit cake? British company  We Love Cake are now  supplying Australian Coles stores with gluten free, wheat free and milk free fruit cake and brownie slices. They are produced in a dedicated gluten free factory and carry the licenced UK Crossed Grain symbol to show the gluten free certification.

Both products come in a pack of four, sealed separately in pairs.

Gluten free fruit cake

We Love Cake has been in Australian stores previously and now has a new look. Gluten free fruit cake is something we rarely see, let alone dairy free as well!  The cake is moist and full of fruit – sultanas, raisins, dates and cherries.

The cake holds together once bitten into and my ‘normal’ taste testers would never know they were vegan and gluten free. One slice is 146 calories (611kJ). I have previously repeatedly bought their iced fruit cake which is available at Christmas time!


Gluten free chocolate brownies

The brownies look great with the choc chips on top and are 30% chocolate, so you will get your chocolate fix with these!   As with most brownies, they are rich in flavour and have more of a moist fudge texture than a cake texture.

One slice is 178 calories (741kJ). Note that the brownies are not vegan as they contain egg.

Both products are being launched in Coles Australia wide on Monday 27 June 2019 and make a great addition to the supermarket options in Australia – thank you to We Love Cake!

Disclosure: Complimentary samples were sent to me to review and in no way influenced my comments.

Note: Both products are made in a factory where nuts are handled so are not suitable for those with a nut allergy.


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About the Author: Caroline was diagnosed with Coeliac disease in 2006 and likes to share her gluten free finds around the UK, Australia and the rest of the world! See more on her in the 'About' page. .


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