5 Reviews

This cake did the trick for my brother's birthday dinner. I double the recipe, making 2 9" cakes to make a layered cake. They did in fact rise, so I'm glad I only filled the pans halfway, but then they sunk in the center while they cooled. It wasn't a huge problem because you couldn't even tell when I slathered the cake with homemade chocolate buttercream. Haha! My brother and I thought it kind of tasted like pancakes with frosting on them, which also isn't a problem because I love pancakes and I love frosting! Thank you for posting!

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DreamoBway February 13, 2009

awesome awesome awesome

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jayamaree December 14, 2008

I made this a while back. It is so good! I enjoyed the hint of almond. I really like using Pamela's mix because I can whip something together so quickly. The only problem is not eating it all in one sitting. :) Thank you for the wonderful recipe.

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mfb July 18, 2008

We love Pamela's ! Can't wait to try this.

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staceyelee June 15, 2008

5 stars- this is a lovely plain cake that is easily put together. Definitely follow the hint not to fill the cake pan more than 1/2 way as this cake really does rise! This cake is quite moist for a plain cake and has a thicker texture than most gluten-free cakes. Thankyou for another great recipe. Photo also to be posted

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**Jubes** February 24, 2008
Pamela's Yellow Cake - Gluten Free