Review: Yehuda Crumb Cake - Celiac Disease
Mar 6 2014

Review: Yehuda Crumb Cake

I had a pretty awesome find at Costco yesterday…a gluten-free crumb cake made by Yehuda. The cake was right next to the coconut macaroons I had spotted on my last visit, so I’m not sure if I just missed the cake or if it was new.

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INGREDIENTS: SUGARS, EGGS, VEGETABLE OIL, POTATO STARCH, MODIFIED TAPIOCA STARCH, TAPIOCA STARCH, HUMECTANTS (GLYCERINE, PROPLENE GLYCOL), EMULSIFIERS (MONO AND DIGLYCERIDES OF FATTY ACIDS, SORBITAN MONOSTEARATE, POLYOXYETHYLENE SORBITAN MONOSTEARATE), LEAVENING AGENTS (DESICCATED COCONUT (1%), CELLULOSE FIBERS, STABILIZERS (XANTHAN GUM), SALT, PRESERVATIVE (SORBIC ACID), ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR.
CONTAINS EGGS, TREE NUTS & SULFITES

Jon was very excited to see this cake when he got home from school yesterday. He wasted no time cutting a big piece and digging in. He loved it!  This can serve as a coffee cake for brunch or dessert with some berries after dinner.

Costco is selling the Crumb Cake in packs of 2 cakes for $8.49. I am not sure if they are available in other stores, but I know I have seen the Yehuda/Kedem brand in other grocery stores. Have you spotted or tried the Yehuda Crumb Cake?

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Comments

  1. Judy Schenberg says:

    Is the Yehuda Gluten Free Crumb Cake able to be frozen?

  2. Russ says:

    Just had it, amazing! Gotta try to find where I can get it.

  3. Rick says:

    Hi! I’m glad you were able to find this delicacy! Yehuda’s gluten free cakes are seen around many supermarkets across the USA during the Jewish festival of Passover. Many products which are Kosher for Passover are also gluten free! Of all the Passover products I’ve had, Yehuda’s definitely takes the cake! It’s moist, great consistency, amazing flavour, and well balanced. Glad to hear that Costco carries them; and at 2 cakes for $8.49 it’s a steal. Around NYC, they usually range between $9-$12 for one cake.

    Another brand that also makes really good gluten-free cakes is Osem. Like Yehuda, they’re an Israeli brand so look for both of these in the International Food aisle year-round or in the Passover section (next to the coconut macaroons (= ) during the mid-March to late April times.

    So, mark your calendars for Passover (since it does not coincide with Easter because both holidays run on different calendars) and check your preferred suppliers for these.

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