Choco Coconut Cake | Fitness Cake with No Sugar, Flour and Lots of Protein



SO! My first cake in our new home (better and bigger kitchen), or wait. The first cake was a b-day cake for my love but that was not fit and I won't count it.


This cake is with no flour and sugar and is packed with lots of protein. You won't need any unusual ingredients, only pudding is from a European shop. It is unsweetened pudding powder that is made with milk and usually with sugar which I substitute with protein powder from bulk (check THIS LINK for 35% discount on your first order) and zero-calorie syrups from the Skinny Food co. (grab your 10% discount HERE)




Ingredients For Cake


▪️ 130g oat - flour

▪️ 2 eggs

▪️ 100g low-fat Greek yoghurt

▪️ 30g cocoa powder

▪️ 120ml plant milk (I usually use unsweetened Alpro flavour almond or coconut but use can use regular milk as well)

▪️ 1 tsp baking powder

▪️ 2 scoops of whey protein or sweetener (I used flavour Choco-Peanut, check discount code link above)

▪️ 22g coconut oil



Ingredients For Cream


▪️ 1 sachet unsweetened cocoa pudding

▪️ 1 sachet unsweetened coconut pudding

▪️ milk for pudding

▪️ 300g low fat cottage cheese

▪️ 3 bananas

▪️ 2 scoops of whey protein powder (I currently have flavour New York Cheesecake - it's amazing!, check discount code link above)

▪️ 1 sachet of gelatine

▪️ 20g coconut flakes

▪️ zero calorie syrup the Skinny Food co. (I used flavour Vanilla, check discount code link above)





Instructions


  • For corpus mix all dry ingredients and then the rest - separate egg yolks and egg whites, make foam from whites and slowly add as the last ingredient.


  • Bake for 30min at 160°C.


  • In the meantime prepare your puddings by the instructions, add gelatine and let them chill.


  • Add protein. I added New York Cheesecake flavour into the coconut pudding and Choco-Peanut flavour to the choco pudding. (You can add less or more, or substitute with any sweetener and make it sweet as you like.)



  • In a bowl mix cottage cheese with a hand blender until smooth. Add coconut pudding mix and coconut flakes. Mix properly.


  • When the cake is ready, place bananas cut in half as a first layer.


  • Then goes coconut cream.


  • The choco pudding at the top as the last layer.


  • Let it cool down in the fridge for about 5 hours or overnight.


The recipe gives approx 12 pieces. Macros for 1 piece are:




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