Do you simply adore cake but, at the same time, you prefer to eat low-carb foods? No problem anymore! With this fantastic organic low-carb baking mix you can prepare a moist, fluffy cake in a jiffy. Its delectable lemony flavour sweetens any day. Whether you prepare it as a vegan cake or add fresh eggs for some extra protein, one thing is sure – this lemon cake is really simple to make and tastes wonderful! Its high protein and fibre content, furthermore, make it ideal for cake-loving fitness enthusiasts too.
Nutritious ingredients, including almond flour and coconut flour, pamper your palate while the tangy aroma of lemon tantalises your senses. And the best bit of all? With this organic cake mix you’re always prepared for surprise visitors.
Has Aunt Mary invited herself for coffee this afternoon? Well now you can really impress her. Simply prepare the mix, pop it in the oven and in no time at all your wonderfully moist, delicious smelling cake is ready to serve. And you spare yourself all the hassle of explaining about your active, low-carb lifestyle – because with the taste of sun-kissed lemons on her tongue, Aunt Mary won’t notice any difference. Enlivened by the scent of freshly-baked cake wafting through your home, the afternoon is sure to be an enjoyable one.
- 58 % fewer carbohydrates*
- 33 % fewer calories*
- reduced sugar content
- rich in protein and dietary fibre
So simple to make:
You require only the following fresh ingredients:
VEGAN: 270 ml oat drink
HIGH PROTEIN: 2 eggs & 170 ml milk
Preparation: Preheat the oven to 150°C using the fan-assisted mode. Grease a loaf tin (25 cm). Put the baking mixture and the fresh ingredients (depending on your preference) into a large bowl and, using a mixer, blend to a smooth consistency. Transfer the mixture into the tin and bake for approx. 40 minutes (if using eggs) or 50 minutes (vegan version).
Tipp: For a delicious, sugar-free frosting, try out borchers erythritol mixed with a little lemon juice.
Variation: The baking mix can be used to make 9 muffins.
Happy baking – and eating!