This is quick and delicious. I cut into 4 thick chunks, but you can cut carbs on this cake cutting it into 5 servings that are more like standard slices. This cake is incredibly smooth in texture. I’m really, really liking the smooth texture my Einkorn Bake Mix brings to my baked goods with only a slight increase in carbs. Like Bisquick®, it is a complete mix with leavening and fat inclused. I use palm shortening in it which has an even longer shelf life than coconut oil. I consider the slight carb increase on my Einkorn recipes as respectable, since there is some real wheat flour in it, although healthier ancient, unmodified Einkorn wheat. This cake is not too sweet and is very moist. It is not suitable until you are in Atkins Pre-Maintenance or Maintenance as it has real banana and Einkorn wheat flour, so it is slightly higher in carbs than most of my cakes. This cake will only fit into a Keto diet if you can fit the carbs in your daily limit.
1 cup my Einkorn Bake Mix
2 large eggs
¼ c. erythritol (or other sweetener to equal ¼ c. sugar)
Tiny sprinkle of stevia pwder
2 T. heavy cream
2/3 medium banana, mashed
DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350º. Grease a 5 x 7 baking dish. In a medium mixing bowl, mash the banana (you are using only 2/3 of the banana to cut down carbs). Add eggs, sweetener and cream and beat them smooth with the banana. Dip up 1 cup of my bake mix and with a whisk, beat the batter until smooth. With a rubber spatula, scrape the batter into your greased dish. Pop into 350º oven and bake for 20-25 minutes or until it passes a clean/dry toothpick test in the middle or springs back when touched at center. Remove and cool a few minutes before attempting to slice and eat.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 4 servings, each contains:
18.2 g fat
12.75 g carbs, 2.80 g fiber, 9.95 g NET CARBS
9.2 g protein
106 mg sodium
NOTE——Serving this in 5 slices will reduce calories to 184, 14.5g fat, 10.2g carbs, 2.24g fiber, 7.96g NET CARBS, 7.3g protein and 84 mg sodium