Gluten free almond cake

19 Dec 2016 16:04

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Simple to make no sugar, gluten free almond cake
Simple to make gluten free almond cake is perfect for any weekend, especially now as it’s we’re getting close to Christmas.

Simple to make gluten free almond cake if you fancy something delicious and homemade for the festive season.

As it’s Christmas time I feel an inner obligation for baking, baking and more baking. So my family is literally spoilt rotten. This week I’m experiencing with coconut, almond and chocolate based cakes, cookies and muffins. All of them are glutenfree and refined sugarfree.

50 grams shredded coconut
120 grams almond flour
30 grams flaxseed
Spoonful baking powder
4 medium size eggs
0.1 litres coconut milk
1 tablespoon agave syrup or other sweetener of your choice


250 grams mascarpone
2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
1 tablespoon agave syrup

How to make it:

1. Preheat the oven to 180 Celsius degrees.

2. Measure ingredients. If you don’t have almond flour, you can always grind almonds. Which is my method to gain almond flour, easy and hassle free.

3. Grind flaxseed.

4. Break and separate eggs. Put egg whites to a medium size mixing bowl. Keep yolks apart.

5. Beat egg whites until hard peaks form.

6. Add yolks to the whites slowly one by one whilst you keep beating the whites.

7. Add dry ingredients and coconut milk to the batter alternating the two.

8. Mix until the batter is smooth and the ingredients are incorporated nicely.

9. Pour batter into the cake form and put it into the pre-heated oven for half an hour to bake.

10. After half an hour check it with a toothpick if it’s baked. (Poke toothpick into the cake and if it comes out without anything sticking on it, the cake is ready to come out of the oven.) Baking time always depends on your oven as each oven is a bit different.

11. Whilst the cake base is baking, use your time to make the cream.

12. Put mascarpone, unsweetened cocoa powder and the sweetener of your choice (in my case it’s agave syrup) into a medium size mixing bowl.

13. Beat them together until the cream is soft.

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