Bursting with fresh fruit flavors, these petite pound cakes are so moist and decadent, it's hard to believe they're gluten-free. Their rich yet delicate texture comes from the finest butter, farm-fresh eggs and Cup4Cup gluten-free flour, developed by renowned chef Thomas Keller. The cakes are handcrafted in New York City at Kyotofu, a Japanese dessert bar whose motto is "Changing the world – one soybean at a time."
Yuzu-Vanilla: This luscious cake combines creamy vanilla and white chocolate with tangy yuzu, an aromatic Japanese citrus fruit famous for delicate, complex flavors.
Yuzu-Blueberry: The bright flavors of freshly picked blueberries are highlighted by tangy yuzu citrus juice, creamy white chocolate and a dash of pure vanilla.
Banana Poppy: Moist, rich banana cake gets a fresh update with crunchy poppy seeds, velvety white chocolate and buttery shiro miso.
Peach Cobbler: Ripe summer peaches take center stage in this delightful pound cake, enriched with brown sugar, sour cream and pure vanilla.