Low Carb Chocolate Cake Recipe
It is easy to make your own nut flower of almonds (good essential fatty acids source) or macadamia (good fat-to-carb ratio.) Just mill them in a coffee grinder or food processor. However, there are online stores that sell it. They also sell ready bread and pancake mixes (click here to find).
Fat burning Index of this recipe = 1.90* (scroll down for explanation)
1/2 cup sugar equivalent, i.e. Stevia
1 cup almonds, coarsely shopped
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 Tbs almond flour
1 tsp baking soda
3 Tbs unsweetened cocoa powder
Separate egg whites from yolks. In a blender, blend the whites and sweetener. Continuing blending, add the ingredients in this order: nuts, vanilla, flour, soda, yolks, and cocoa, blend for 2 minutes more. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes.
Serving size = 1/6. About 3.5 g carb
grams caloriess %total
Fat: 93 839 74%
Sat: 12 110 10%
Poly: 20 177 16%
Mono: 53 475 42%
Carbs: 40 71 6%
Fiber: 22 0 0%
Protein: 56 223 20%
Fat burning Indexâ„¢ = 1.90*
* To be a fat burning food, it should have Fat burning Indexâ„¢ above 1.5. These foods don't require counting carb grams or portion control even on a low carb diet.
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