Ready for a brown sugary, moist, lightly sweet, delicious cake? And, one that is gluten free/grain free, lactose free, and not especially high in sugar? Here you go. This one is light and lovely. Perfect with a side of whipped cream and fresh fruit, or, just as delicious on its own.
Talk about a fantastic fall time cake. Though its delicious and delectable anytime, this one is especially autumn appropriate in terms of the flavors and spices. Walnuts. Cinnamon. Cardamom. Ginger. Buttercream frosting. Get excited for this cozy cake.
The best parts? Gluten/grain free, and low in sugar.
This is a cake you can feel much better about eating than the usual flour and sugar laden recipes one finds in bakeries, grocery stores, restaurants, and widely served up at celebrations.
Chocolate cake. One of those go-to, traditional, most loved desserts. Certainly in my book, it is. This chocolate cake though? One of the best Ive ever sampled (up there with my sweet potato chocolate cake). This one however has zero grains/no gluten in it. Its also lactose free. And though it does contain some sugar, its with a far lower amount than usual cakes tend to have.
Dont be detoured by the ingredients list (this tends to be one of the first reasons I decide to forgo trying a recipe myself. Too many ingredients or recipe steps). I was pleasantly surprised by how easy this was to throw together. And the moist, fudgy taste when finished baking? Out of this world. SO yummy. Almost guaranteed to become one of your new favorite sweet recipes.
Who doesn’t love chocolate cake? Well, certainly a few people 😉 but not many. For a majority, chocolate cake is a quintessential classic yet routinely craved dessert. Get excited for this decadent version, topped with a whipped chocolate cream. Super easy to make, and the best part? Grain/gluten free, and low in sugar!
Why should I care about not eating grains, you ask? You can read about that in brief here.
So, this chocolate cake is sweet, satisfying, fudgy and delish, though without the grains and with way less sugar than usual. To me, if you can eat something that’s far better for you yet tastes just as good as they significantly less healthy original, why not go with the version that’s better for your body? This one is exactly that. A sweet treat that’s better for you than the original version, though just as tasty.