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.
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?