Gluten free pumpkin coffee cake

At last I get to start baking again. First thing I wanted to try was something pumpkin flavor so this morning I baked this gluten free pumpkin coffee cake that was nothing but delicious.

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I love making gluten free goodies so this one is perfect. Once in a while I like to switch between gluten free baking and regular baking. Either way, they are both great.

Around the holidays there is always a bit of excess eating. I always try to keep the cooking and baking extra healthier around this time. This gluten free pumpkin coffee cake doesn’t have any refined sweeteners and the quantity I used to sweetened it is much less than conventional cakes. As a matter of fact the cake is not even that sweet at all. Also by using the type of flours I used the cake contains more fiber than usual, which we all know how much it is lacking in the american diet.

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I am going to at least make one more dessert using pumpkin very soon. Perhaps in the next couple of days. I will also try to make it gluten free. Will see!

If you don’t want to make this gluten free pumpkin coffee cake gluten free or you don’t have gluten free flours on hand you can use whole wheat flour. Just make sure you use a bit more than what the recipe calls for. I would say at least 2 cups.

Anyways, I hope you get to make this gluten free pumpkin coffee cake soon. I am sure you will love the taste as well as the fragrance it will leave in your kitchen as you bake it.


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Gluten free pumpkin coffee cake

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 12 slices

Total Time: 1 hour




Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease and flour a square 9x9x2 baking pan. Set aside.

Add eggs, milk, maple syrup, and pumpkin puree in a stand mixer and combine. Add the vanilla extract, coconut and brown rice flour, baking powder and baking soda and combine.

Transfer the mixture to the prepared baking pan. In a small mixing bowl mix the topping ingredients until they come together. Arrange the topping over the cake and bake for 1 hour.

Let the cake cool in the pan in a wire rack for a few minutes before serving.

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  1. This looks delicious. I’m definitely going to try it and I’ve pinned it to my gluten free board.

  2. I think fruit crisp may be my all time favorite dessert (and breakfast too) I love that you made it even healthier

  3. Sounds so great Miryam! I love having frozen blueberries on hand year round. We pick as much as we can when they are in season, then we can close our eyes and pretend it’s summer with recipes like this even in March!

  4. Friend, I bet when I make this gluten free blueberry crisp, it will last one day too ;-)
    Looks so delicious and flavourful!!

  5. Totally my favorite dessert … and I love that is gluten free:) Pinned it!

  6. A suggestion for a sub for the walnuts? Family isn’t a fan. :)

  7. I am totally in love with this gf version of fruit crisp. A great one, Miryam.

  8. This recipe did not work. The brown rice flour made the texture of the mixture extremely sandy. The oats coated in the flour simply would not cook, I left the crisp in the over for over an hour and half, ending up burning the blueberries but the top mixture still tasted the same. I am not sure what went wrong but this recipe simply did not work for me.

    • Sorry it didn’t turn out for you. They only thing I would suggest is to add more coconut oil so that the mixture is more moist since you said it was sort of sandy. Perhaps maybe broiling the crisp for a few minutes towards the end of the baking time may work too. I have not had this issues you are having with this recipe though so maybe these fixes may work for you!! Thanks for stopping by.

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