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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
This is the favourite cake in our house.
I f you make it as the recipe says, the whole cake included the chocolatecream will be 80 carbohydrates. It has lot of flavour, so I slice it into 16 pieces, and then each slice would be 5 carbohydrates.
If you prefere, you can make it with sugarfree chocolate and dont any sugar at all, and then the whole cake is only 22 carbohydrates:)

The cake:
200 gram coarsely chopped almonds
1/2 dl Sukrin
1 pinch stevia
4 ts sugar
4 egg whites

Whip the egg whites, and blend all together. I use a spatula and fill it in a baking tray covered with a baking paper.
15 minutes in the middle of the oven at 180 degrees celsius.

The cream
First part:
100 gram chocolate 70 %
one drop vanilla essence
3 ss coffee

I put all in a bowl and melt it together over boiling water

When it is melted and not boiling hot anymore you add pieces of:
50 gram not salted butter
50 gram cocosnutoil ekstra virgin
Let it cool a little.

Second part
4 egg yolks
1/2 dl Sukrin
1 pinch stevia
2 ts sugar

Make it into an eggnog

Blend the first and the second cream, and also
2 dl whipped cream

Cut the cake in two halves.
Use half of the ready cream (first, second and cream blended together) on one half of the cake.
Put the second half of the cake on top.
Use the rest of the ready cream on top.

This cake is really good to eat half-frozen, but it is also like really delicious as a cake!
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
Yes, dl is short for deciliter.
The last times I`ve made this cake I have used less sweets than written above.
In the cake I use 1/2 dl sukrin, 1 pinch stevia and 2 teaspoon with sugar.
In the cream I mix the egg yolks only with 1 teaspoon sugar and not any sukrin or stevia.
The cake is even better this way, we think.
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