Decadent apple pie mud cake – 84 calories for a huge piece! Dairy, gluten and grain free!

Since I’m done with all the school stuff the following days will be spent on baking, cooking and baking again. I’m celebrating with a low calorie protein apple pie mud cake! It came out intense, decadent, moist, healthy and dairy, grain and gluten free.

4/5 (24 g or 2/3 dl) scoop whey
1/2 scoop (1/4 cup or 1/2 dl) (15 g) casein
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
Sweetener to taste
Cinnamon to taste
A pinch of salt
400 g white beans
4 eggs
1 small grated apple
1/2 cup or 1 dl (100 g) unsweetened applesauce
4 tsp (30 g) coconut oil

Pulse the beans in a food processor or blender, then add all the dry ingredients and melt the oil using a micro wave. Slowly add the oil, applesauce and then one egg at a time. Divide your batter in two silicone molds, garnish with cinnamon and the grated apple and bake at 350 F or 180 C until tooth pick comes out clean or for about 30-40 min. Do not over bake!

Out of 14 bites:
Calories: 84
Fats: 4 g
Protein: 6 g
Carbs: 5 g

Low calorie, moist, gluten free and protein packed bread – 66 calories

Eh.. SAY WHAT? Is this true? Ever since I’ve started baking gluten free goods gluten free bread have always been a challenge. Dense, chalkboard bread like lumps were the result but this time.. Wow, I even managed to pack it with proteins, good healthy fats and the best of all.. A nice slice is low in calories AND still moist at the same time. The shell can easily be made nice and crisp but the inside still stays chewy, moist and delicious. Enough talk, here’s the recipe:

Almost 1 T (10 g) coconut oil
1 1/4-1/2 cup or 3 dl (120 g) oat flour (ground oats)
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
2 tsp guar gum
1 cup or 2 dl boiling water
3/4 cup or 1,3 dl unsweetened pistachio or almond milk
2 T apple cider vinegar
2 heaping scoops bake protein (70 g, 1 cup or 2 dl)
1 T unsweetened apple sauce
25 gram psylium powder (NOT HUSKS)
1 T walden farms calorie free syrup or sweetener of choice
A pinch of salt
Optional seasoning – Perhaps a mix of ginger, cinnamon, turmeric and cardamon!

Mix the vinegar, milk, water and psylium in a large bowl until it forms a huge, not very appealing blob. Then add the syrup, applesauce and oil. While you’re whisking like a fool, grind the oats in a blender or whatever you have at hand. I prefer to blend all my dry ingredients in the blender at once! Put mix the dry mixture with your blob. If the batter seems to dry – add more oat flour. Once you’re happy with the now quite thick batter, transfer it into a bread mold and bake at 350 F or 180 C for about 40-50 minutes. The baking time depends on how crispy you like your crust and of course the size of your mold and how even your oven is. Try sticking a tooth pick in it once your home starts to smell like a bakery and if it’s clean and the crust is hard – you’re good to go! Chill on a rack and cut in 14 slices. One slice is:

Calories: 66
Fat: 1,5 g
Protein: 6 g
Carbs: 5,5