Thank you for this amazing recipe! As a matter of fact, I haven’t received any invitations to pin to other people’s boards in MONTHS! Arrowroot flour would work great, and if you do eat grains, cornstarch would work as well. I always store cake in the fridge, especially those that are entirely natural and don’t contain added sugar to help preserve them! You got me blushing big time. Put it in the fridge for now and step away. Thank you for this recipe. Love this recipe! this cakes looks AMAZING! Sieve and spatula ready for use? Most of them loved it. I cannot wait to try this cake! Let me know how it turns out, Aharon! Your email address will not be published. I love to bake things that I can’t eat and then force them on other people, making them eat them. It is absolutely Devine! Super excited to try out your recipe! Minus the frosting of course. I have 3 different lenses that I use, depending on the project I’m working on. Just follow the link in the recipe, Anita. Sure, Dany! We recently made the transition to paleo, and I was beginning to miss baking and I re-saw this on your new website (love it btw) and knew this would be the one I had to try. Never fails. . I’ve never cooked avocado before. Subscribe to receive new posts via email. I am totally flushed! I really wouldn’t see why not, Bec. In a separate mixing bowl, whisk the non-dairy milk, eggs, coconut oil and vanilla extract together. Happy to hear you liked the cake and adopted the frosting, Ashlyn! Pinning to my paleo board. Thank you for the quick reply! In another large bowl, add all of the dry ingredients and mix well. Microwave the chocolate until all is melted. Bake for 40 minutes, the top will be crisp and the centre will be a bit soft and fudgy , Oh my!! Any tips you have would be great, thanks! Looks outstanding! Who knows, you may find a recipe or two that will inspire you... ©2020 The Healthy Foodie Design by Purr. Awesome, so happy to hear, Lee. Especially the frosting tasted so good – I tried so much of it, I think I suffered from a chocolate overdose … I replaced the avocado in the cake with beet purée and the avocado in the frosting with coconut oil. Hi Sonia, I’m making this for my mother-in-law who has an inflammatory disorder and cannot have coffee, will it affect the frosting or the cake if I omit the coffee? Too many substitutions…, Awww, shucks, too bad Cat! It turned out PERFECT. You may want to give that a try… http://minimalistbaker.com/how-to-make-a-flax-egg/. This cake is seriously dense, it is heavy, it is chewy, it is fuh-dge-y, it is VERY chocolate-y and it is a PURE TREAT to your taste buds every time a new bite is delivered to your mouth. We get little ones from Mexico though. Alright, ready to drool some? Zuki what? I will look into the lenses listed above. For years, paleo has been my thing but I've recently switched to a vegan lifestyle for ethical and environmental reasons. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Thanks Sonia, Unfortunately, it is all dried fruits that my body won’t tolerate. Unfortunately that wouldn’t work, Jules. I didn’t make the icing or the glaze and made only one larger cake. The icing is the star!! Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix with a silicone spatula. You are absoloute welcome! In a small bowl, combine the chocolate chips and coconut oil. And real glad you thought this cake was a complete success. . Thank you, thank you, thank you! I choose to sift, so into the meshed sieve go the dry ingredients! Aren’t you the sweetest thing. That’s right. Pleasure is all mine, Melanie. Place in a 350F oven and bake for 33-35 minutes, or until cake is completely set and a toothpick inserted in the center of the cake comes out clean. Hope this helps! Add the zucchini and blend for a further 8 - 10 seconds or until the zucchini isn't visible in the batter. . That might work just as well…. DARN SNOW! . I’m sure that the consistency of this cake will be similar. You have no idea just how much I appreciate that! Thank you for showering my creation with such kind words, though. Other than that, what a beautiful cake, thank you kindly for sharing it with the world! You really need the thickness and fat content of the coconut milk for this frosting to work. Good to see you so excited over one of my recipes, Jessica. Zucchini grated, walnuts chopped, cake pans greased and parchment paper lined? I am currently in the middle of making this cake! Add coconut milk and resume processing until fully incorporated. Do you know if this recipe works without the addition of the coffee? I used arrowroot starch and ground vanilla instead of pure vanilla extract (recognized too late I could have made that by myself). Real happy to hear that the cake was to your liking, Andrea! Thanks for such a fantastic blog! Hi there! Thanks for this recipe! …and spread it as evenly as possible with a rubber spatula. I’m allergic to avocados, with sensitivity to dates. Don’t be afraid to go liberally with the syrup; the cake will soak it all up and will be that much moister as a result. And the cake… I must make this for myself! like corn- or potato starch? The coffee only serves in intensifying the taste of the chocolate. Fingers crossed it turns out well, i will let you know ???? And – I modified it based on what I had on hand at home. And unless someone was to get their magnifier out to examine the cake very “up, close and personal” after it’s been baked, they will never even be able to spot the sneaky veggie.

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