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The perfect sugar free date cake

sugar free date cake

The perfect sugar free date cake

I think that this sugar free date cake is a love or hate thing. You either loves dates or not. I’m afraid that if you are not a date lover then this cake isn’t for you. This cake is jam packed full of dates. Have a look lower in this post for some other sweet treats that are sure to delight you.

I’m sure that you can guess that I err on the side of date love. These sweet delicious little bundles of deliciousness are like the nectar of the gods. They are rich in vitamins, minerals and fibre too. What could be better than food with benefits.

The other beauty of this sugar free cake is how easy it is to make. There are two extremely simple steps to this cake. Blend and mix and then cook and enjoy!

I have several other sugar free sweet treats to delight your taste buds. This Healthier sugar free cheesecake or these Sugar free flourless banana muffins or this Quick and easy healthy ice cream are all super delicious!

The Sugar Free Diva is also a great website to check out. How good does this https://thesugarfreediva.com/sugar-free-banana-bread/ look. There are some other superb recipes on the site too.

I hope that you have had your dose of cooking inspiration for the day. Until next time, Leanne xoxo

 

The perfect sugar free date cake 

 

500g fresh medjool dates, pitted
8 large eggs
2/3 cup xylitol (suitable for baking)
2 cups almond flour
1/4 tsp salt

Method 

 

1.Blend the dates and eggs until the dates are well pureed and no large chunks are left
2.You then add the date mixture to the rest of the ingredients making sure that everything is well mixed
3.Next you lightly oil a spring form tin and pour in the cake mixture
4.Preheat the oven to 170C, place the tin into the oven  and bake the cake for 60 minutes (or until a toothpick inserted comes out relatively clean – it is a moist sticky cake so the toothpick won’t come out totally clean)

 

 

 

 

 

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