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18th September 2013
Ingredients: 125g coconut flour  100g PhD Woman Support & Recovery whey protein – Chocolate Cookie 2 medium whole eggs  250g coconut oil  2 tbsp Cocoa powder 1/4 tbsp Bicarbonate Half tablespoon of baking powder Heat oven to 150C. Grease and line a 20cm cake tin or however many small cake pots to create smaller cakes. 1. Heat the coconut oil in a pan until it becomes liquefied. 2. Place the Coconut flour,  Protein powder, Cocoa powder, Bicarbonate and Baking powder into a bowl and mix together 3. Remove the coconut oil from the heat and add to the mixture along with the 2 eggs then add warm water until the mixture is of a good consistency and pour into either a tray or pots. 4. If you are making one large cake pour the mixture to half way in the tray. For small cakes fill slightly higher to create the muffin top effect. 5. Bake for 45minutes. If you wan’t to be a little naughtier you can melt 100g’s of dark chocolate and spread on top once the cake(s) has cooled. However a nice dollop of 0% Fat Greek yogurt is enough to keep me satisfied.
Ingredients:
125g coconut flour 
100g PhD Woman Support & Recovery whey protein – Chocolate Cookie
2 medium whole eggs 
250g coconut oil 
2 tbsp Cocoa powder
1/4 tbsp Bicarbonate
Half tablespoon of baking powder


Heat oven to 150C. Grease and line a 20cm cake tin or however many small cake pots to create smaller cakes.

1. Heat the coconut oil in a pan until it becomes liquefied.

2. Place the Coconut flour,  Protein powder, Cocoa powder, Bicarbonate and Baking powder into a bowl and mix together

3. Remove the coconut oil from the heat and add to the mixture along with the 2 eggs then add warm water until the mixture is of a good consistency and pour into either a tray or pots.

4. If you are making one large cake pour the mixture to half way in the tray. For small cakes fill slightly higher to create the muffin top effect.

5. Bake for 45minutes.

If you wan’t to be a little naughtier you can melt 100g’s of dark chocolate and spread on top once the cake(s) has cooled. However a nice dollop of 0% Fat Greek yogurt is enough to keep me satisfied.


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