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Kathy, thank you so much for trying this recipe and sharing your photos with me on Instagram! I really appreciate your feedback and rating! If anyone else tries to bake the cake version, Kathy did mention that she baked each layout for 35 minutes. If it’s ok Kathy, I would love to show your pictures in the GFV Baking by FiR Facebook group, your cake looked so good! You did a great job!

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Hi Sabina! Do you have almond meal/flour? It could work to keep the texture as light as possible. Please note that I did not try this alternative as of yet. The oat flour does help to bind the mixture. I wonder if you were to use almond meal/flour if you should also consider adding 1-2 tablespoons of flaxseed meal or ground flax seed to stick everything together.

Chocolate Sourdough Cupcakes
Cindy! Thank you so much for sharing your feedback! I’m happy that you found the same dark chocolate! It’s great! It was my first time using it when creating this recipe! As for the dryness, I agree because there’s not much oil, no dairy, gluten or eggs a cupcake like this does dry much faster! I guess we’ll have to eat them faster 😉 I was debating whether or not to add more oil, but I find many prefer to avoid or reduce their oil consumption, so I left it as it was. Again, thank you for rating, commenting and sharing your pictures in the GFV Baking Facebook group—you’re awesome!

Chocolate Sourdough Cupcakes
Thank you, Siri! Do you have a GF sourdough starter yet? You can find the newest starter recipe here: https://www.freshisreal.com/easiest-gf-sourdough-starter/

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Hi! Thank you for trying this recipe! I am not an expert at deep frying but from my experience the oil has to be hot enough or the donuts will absorb too much oil and result in greasy and soggy donuts. Ideally 350-375°F. The temperature will drop a bit once the dough is cooking. Are you cooking on a gas or electric stove? Did you use a candy thermometer to check the temperature of the oil? I mean if yours were getting too dark too fast, lower the temperature even more next time to see if it’s better.

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Hi Mallory! Thank you so much for your comment and rating! I love learning that your family enjoys this recipe!

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