7 Gluten-Free Birthday Desserts That Will Delight Kids

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1. Gluten-Free Chocolate Sundae Cupcakes

One of the best options for a birthday treat is a cupcake – easy to transport, just the right serving size and perfect for little hands to hold. What makes a cupcake even better is when it comes complete with chocolate, whipped topping and a cherry on top! These gluten-free chocolate sundae cupcakes just scream birthday party – but we won’t hold it against you if you enjoy them out of the blue every now and again.

+ Gluten-Free Chocolate Sundae Cupcakes

+ Gluten-Free Canteen

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2. Gluten-Free Vanilla Cake with Fruit on Top

My all time favorite birthday cake is vanilla – it is just so simple and it tastes delicious paired with any ice cream. This yummy gluten-free vanilla cake is topped with an assortment of fresh strawberries, and blueberries – piled high.

+ Gluten-Free Vanilla Cake with Fruit on Top

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3. Watermelon and Berry Fruit “Cake”

If you are looking for a sweet birthday treat that is gluten and sugar-free, look no further than this watermelon and berry “cake.” It is simply made by cutting a watermelon up into wedges and then stacking them on top of each other in a cake formation. Fill the cracks, top and outer edge with berries and you have the perfect healthy sweet treat for that special someone in your family. You can add a carved design around the rind of the watermelon and even top with whipped topping before serving.

+ Watermelon and Berry “Cake”

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