Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Meatless Sandwich Cake

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Are you looking for something quite healthy and salty you can bake for people who cannot eat wheat, dairy or meat? This recipe is great for B-Day parties, graduations, etc.

Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Meatless Sandwich Cake

for 8-10 people 

Ingredients

700g Gluten free whole wheat toast

Humidification:

around 1dl (0.5 cup) water

Filling:

200g vegan version of cream cheese (herb tasting)
1/2 regular (227g) can of crushed pineapple
1/2dl Pickles
1/2dl Sun dried tomatoes
1 (á 125g) soy yoghurt
A hint of black pepper
1.5pkt sweet potato-carrot balls or other vegan balls (frozen)

Frosting:

200g original (not tasted) vegan cream cheese
2 (á 125g) soya yoghurt
1/2tsp black pepper

Decoration (for example):

Sweet potato-carrot balls
Crushed Pineapple
Parsley

Method

Day 1

– Bake sweet potato-carrot balls in the oven
– Cut pickles and sun dried tomatoes into small pieces
– Mix all the filling ingredient except the balls together
– Cut the balls in two pieces
– Cut the edges of the toast slices away
– Take a rectangular baking pan and cover it with plastic wrap
– Cover the bottom of the pan with bread, moisten
– Add a layer of filling and on but 1/2 of the ball halves on top of the filling
– Add another layer of bread, moisten
– Add the rest of the filling and balls
– Add one more layer of bread, moisten
– Put a plastic wrap around the whole baking pan and it overnight in the refrigerator

Day 2

– Take away the plastic wrap and fold to cake to a serving plate
– Mix ingredients of the topping and spread on top of the cake (including sides and corners)
– decorate
– enjoy (+ take some cool insta photos 😉 )
GlutenfreeDairyfreeMeatlessSandwichCake
Have you ever eaten sandwich cake? Would you like to try?

36 comments

  1. We’ve got these bloody sandwich cakes all the freaking parties every single time that I’ve grown to hate them for some reason 😀 Although, this might be a worth to try out! I’ll link this to my mum, she’ll appreciate it haha 😀

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    1. Haha she can then do one more sandwich cake for you guys 😂 We didn’t have these too often but I’ve fallen totally in love with them during last couple years. This one was quite a challenge though – usually I always use dairy and regular bread for these. But this one happens to be yumm any case! 😄

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  2. I have never heard of a sandwich cake but it sounds very interesting!! My son has a peanut and tree nut allergy so we have to be very careful!

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    1. If you guys like sandwiches you sure will like cakes like this! 🙂 I’m sure that’s some extra work reading the ingredients lists of everything. I used to be allergic to many things when I was child and my mom mostly cooked all my food to make sure that there wasn’t anything that could have caused me allergic reactions. I wish you all the best! Fortunately, kids’ allergies tend to relieve over time. 🙂

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  3. I love sandwiches and though I have never heard of a sandwich cake, this recipe of yours sounds so delicious. I am totally trying it this week and sharing the pictures with you!

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  4. No, I never ate a sandwich cake (it;s the first time I heard about such thing; I was looking at the photo for about 1 minute before reading the post trying to figure out what kind of cake it is) and yes, I’d like to try. Actually, I was looking for a photo with a slice of this appetizing cake to see how much I salivate, lol.

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    1. I was in super big hurry when taking this photos and I totally forgot! I’m sorry. I promise to do more sandwich cakes and add some of the future recipes with a slice! 🙂 If you want, you can google Finnish translation of this (Voileipäkakku) and you should find some slice shots too.

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  5. No, I never ate a sandwich cake (it;s the first time I heard about such thing; I was looking at the photo for about 1 minute before reading the post trying to figure out what kind of cake it is) and yes, I’d like to try. Actually, I was looking for a photo with a slice of this appetizing cake to see how much I salivate, lol.

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    1. Haha! Yes it does, and this is a great way to share something healthyish and beaut with some friends and family. This is also a good substitute for a cake if you don’t want to eat / bake anything sweet. 🙂

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  6. First of all, the food looks really amazing! Second, how nice that it’s gluten free, dairy free and meatless! I totally want to make this recipe. I eat at least once or twice meat free and dairy free is something I do every day. Perfect recipe for me.

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    1. Great! I’m happy this recipe suits to your diet Sabine 🙂 I basically eat everything but some of relatives have plenty dietary of limitations so I have challenged myself to cook something everyone can eat. Also, I would love to eat more tasty vegetarian foods myself. 🙂

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