01 June 2011

Voting is now open!

gluten free chocolate-raspberry mousse cake

The lentil contest has come to and end, and now it's time for you to help me out. As per instruction, the rules are to pick my favorite recipe out of what I created. This recipe is submitted as my entry to the contest, which will be voted upon by my kind and generous readers.

I chose my Gluten Free Raspberry Cake. This gourmet chocolate cake is made with a lentil puree that gives the cake a moist and fudgy texture, but cannot be tasted. I created this recipe very early on in the lentil challenge and knew it would be a hit. Don't be hesitant to try it out!

To vote, leave a comment on this post. You can vote once per day from June 1st to June 6th, after which votes will be counted and the winner chosen. If you don't have a Blogger account, please vote anonymously. Every vote helps me out! If you like She Runs, She Eats on Facebook, I'll post daily reminders.

There's something in it for you, too. If you remember, last year voters were able to sign up for a free lentil sample. That continues this time around, only you need to email peasnlentils@edelman.com to request your sample, including your name and address in the message. The first 500 voters will receive a sample.

I hope the selection of recipes I've created leaves you with a new take on lentils. It was a challenge modifying the recipes to be gluten free, though I made some headway in the end. I have a few more lentil ideas I'm wanting to test out, so stay tuned for those as well.

Thank you again for your help, and thanks to the USA Dry Pea & Lentil Council, Le Creuset, and Chicago Metallic for giving me another opportunity to participate. Come back tomorrow to vote!

gluten free chocolate-raspberry mousse cake

55 comments:

  1. I was wondering which recipe you were going to choose. They all looked so good! Good choice on the cake. It looks yummilicious.

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  2. my choice too :) fabulous!!

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  3. I love this recipe!

    Avriel

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  4. The best part of this recipe is that it is by a regular person that bakes....not some pro chef or something like that. I love that this is REAL food from a real person, not some chef posing on a blog.

    Fantastic job Christina!

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  5. Will vote for your beautiful cake, Christina! I thought it was brilliant the first time I saw it...

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  6. Cat,
    This looks MAGNIFICENT!!!!

    I VOTE!

    Allie

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  7. Looks incredible!

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  8. I vote Magical Lentil Cake! The raspberry looks tasty.

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  9. Good luck!

    Av

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  10. I love that this cake is gluten free. It seems like more and more people are becoming gluten intolerant. Yaaay Christina!

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  11. Spectacular!

    -Charlie

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  12. Larry Hee 37702 June, 2011 21:42

    This recipe is my favourite of all. I vote this.

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  13. Good Luck! Sounds delicious! Are you running Sunburst this weekend?

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  14. One vote for you, RC!

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  15. This looks really good. I am going to get brave and try to make it at home! 1 vote!

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  16. ChefPacohead77303 June, 2011 15:25

    Best cake recipe on the entire cyberspace!

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  17. Looks decent for gluten free.

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  18. A mi me gusta mucho!

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  19. This is voting and high fiving you. Berry awesome j-o-b.

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  20. Vote!!

    Avriel

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  21. Teresa Crazaia05 June, 2011 15:38

    VOTING FOR THE BEST AS ME TONGUE CAN ATTEST! AAARRRGH ME MATEY!!

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  22. Who doesn't like cake? Especially if it's protein fortified and tasty too!

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  23. This looks berry delicious!

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  24. voting for the best du jour!

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  25. Oh, yeaaaaaaaaaaaah.

    This recipe leaves all the rest in the dust, babay.

    Too bad the voting system is pretty weak, leaving it to the most faithful of followings, which pretty much pulls a kenyan Lagat-boxout of other bloggers.

    Regardless, this is just plain and simple a top tier recipe.

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  26. Looks great, and tasted better!

    Get out the vote! whoop whoop!

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  27. I will take two.

    -Vasya

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  28. OMG there's lentils in it!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Wellllll, I will vote anyway.

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  29. I want this berry badly.

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  30. Vote, vote, vote!! (we can still vote today right?)

    I keep looking at this recipe I think I'm definitely going to have to make it, or at least try lentils in other baked goods instead of all the fat.

    Avriel

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  31. Anonymous Commenter/Voter06 June, 2011 12:24

    Commenting, voting.

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  32. Kudos to the Fudos!

    Best recipe in the contest, imo. Get's people to eat the stuff that's good, while appealing to the sweet tooth. As good of a thing as Carrot cake!

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  33. looks berrayazzle dazzle day, this has my vote.

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  34. I shall cast my ballot here.

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  35. While I don't have a gluten intolerance, it looks delicious.

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Thanks for taking the time to comment. Your thoughts are appreciated! ^,^

~Christina

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