EASY and HEALTHY Chocolate CAKE Recipe | NO Refined Sugar, NO added fat | Baking Cherry


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Easy and healthy chocolate cake recipe. Learn how to make this delicious chocolate cake, topped with a sticky chocolate sauce! So yummy and delicious! And the best thing is that this cake has no refined sugar and no added fat. And it’s gluten-free! Just make sure to use certified gluten-free oat flour if you are celiac.

0:00 – Intro
0:08 – Chocolate Cake
3:04 – Chocolate Sauce
4:15 – Serving the Cake
4:34 – Eating this Delicious Cake

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-Measuring cup: 240ml

For the Cake:
2 Large eggs at room temperature
1 cup (240g) Plain yogurt at room temperature
1/2 cup (170g) Honey
1 tsp (5g) Vanilla
2 cups (175g) Oat flour
1/3 cup (30g) Unsweetened cocoa powder
2 tsp (8g) Baking powder
A pinch of salt
1/2 cup (80g) Chocolate chips (optional)

For the chocolate sauce:
1/4 cup (85g) Honey
1/4 cup (22g) Unsweetened Cocoa Powder

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  1. For anyone wondering: This cake has approximately 3000 calories and 334 calories per serving (1 piece). Once slice of normal chocolate cake has 352 calories. Though calorie difference is not much, this recipe's nutritional benefits are way better than traditional chocolate cake. Just FYI.

  2. I tried making this cake and it turned out dense, it didn't rise much. As I didn't want it to be a chocolate cake, I replaced the amount of cocoa for more oat flour and added apples cut in small pieces. Before putting it in the oven, it felt too liquidy, so I added a little more oat flour. But apparently it wasn't enough to give it structure. Is the amount of yogurt correct in the recipe, 240g? I did weigh all the ingredients.

  3. Wheat flour isn't that unhealthy that you have to replace it with oatmeal to make it healthier. Oatmeal iso quite expensive in countries which don't produce it and need to import it. But people get hyped by seeing healthy recipes like these and run after expensive products without considering the food values.