Watermelon non-wheat flour mini-Cakes

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This particular recipe is dedicated to This Cat Can Cook who amused me with his comments and has a love for Watermelon.
Now, wheat flour allergics will be glad to know that none of it is being used!

INGREDIENTS: for 9~10 cakes
-Watermelon, red part, no pips: 150 g
-Eggs: 2
-Rice flour/powder: 60 g
-Sugar: 25 g
-Butter: 50 g

RECIPE:
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Cut 100g of the watermelon in small cubes 1x1x1 cm. Blend rest into juice (40 ml).

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Melt butter in electric oven at 5~600W for 40~50 seconds or until it is completely melted. Keep warm.
Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees Celsius.

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Mix sugar and eggs together. Warm sufficiently until it gets to your “skin temperature”.
Beat up at High Medium speed until it forms a bubbly but fine paste. Continue to beat at low speed for 3 more minutes.

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Add rice flour and delicately with a spatula.

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Mix in melted butter and watermelon juice delicately.

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Pour in molds.

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Place a watermelon cube on top and bake for 20 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius.

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Let the cakes cool before taking them out of their molds.

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Serve them upside down decorated with mint leaves.

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17 thoughts on “Watermelon non-wheat flour mini-Cakes”

  1. This will be a great “bring along” as both my sister-in-law and mother-in-law are non gluten. And thanks for the “dedication”! Both watermelon and gluten free. Double good!

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  2. Faboulous ! Tasty Watermelon Cakes your pictures are so wonderful ! and your recipe I will try for the Holidays~

    Thanks for sharing your recipe~

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  3. I’ve never tried cakes with watermelon or even with rice flour-amazing!!!
    We make a dosa(pancake) with the white part of the watermelon-it adds such an amazing flavour to the dosa 🙂

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  4. The watermelon cakes look lovely and I love watermelon in the summer! I’ve never used it in baking before though, and will try soon!

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    1. Dear Irene!
      I’m so happy you appreciated this simple recipe!
      You must be eating a lot of watermelon as it is one of the best way to quench your thirst in a hot country!
      Cheers,
      Robert-Gilles

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  5. Watermelon cakes. I love it. of course, you do know that mini means you have to eat more. But since it’s made with watermelon. I won’t feel guilty about eating more than one. 😉

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