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Gluten free Christmas cake

Incase you want a lower carb , lower calorie cake for Christmas!..

⭐️( A low calorie & lower carb gluten free recipe ) ⭐️


I made the @exantediet Packhack Christmas cake the other day ( it’s in my grid a few posts back !) ...


But I wanted to show this , but wasn’t sure whether to or not !... ... ...


But incase anyone wants to see ... It’s a Healthier gluten free Christmas cake that you can bake for family & friends too ( and it won’t be too bad if you have a wee piece too !) ...



I made it last week , as I wanted to see how it turned out , so I could make a Christmas cake that I could have a wee piece of on Christmas Day ... and the family or hubby can have the rest ! !... And my husband was the test case ... and the verdict...

...He loved it !... ( & so did I !!) 😜😜❤️

. So I will be making for Christmas Day ! ...


So I know it’s not strict 100% on plan food .. but for just one day over Christmas with a brew .... .. I thought I’d share for those that might like it ! ...

.’s one of those recipes for a celebration or a special day ... When your being careful with calories and stuff , that enables you to have a small piece without ruining everything!..


Lower sugar lower carb GLUTEN FREE CHRISTMAS CAKE


130g Almond flour ( 795 calories 7.5g carbs)

80g gluten free self raising flour ( 280 calories 64g carbs)

1/2 tsp bicarb

1/2 tsp salt

4 tsp mixed spice

2 tsp cinnamon

50g chopped almonds ( 310 calories 3.3g carbs)

50g golden @nkdliving Erythritol ( 13 calories 50g carbs)

1/2 tsp xanthan gum

1 grated apple (93 calories 24g carbs)

500g mixed fruit in brandy (1325 calories 315g carbs)

I used @homebargains fruit in brandy for my recipe ( as I knew were I was with calories and carbs thenn ( with a little bit of naughty-ness added ..) but you can just soak your fruit in boiling water if your using dried ...

Full recipe in comments...

( and you can lower amount of fruit or use coconut flour instead of gluten free ..if you want less carbs !)


Preheat your oven to 150 C. Line a 20 cm cake tin ( spingform is best ) with baking paper along the base and sides.Combine the almond flour, gluten free self raising flour, x an then gum , bicarb, salt, mixed spice and cinnamon in a large mixing bowl. 

Zest the orange and roughly chop the almonds, then add the zest and nuts to the bowl too. Keep the orange

In a separate bowl, whisk together the eggs, melted butter  vanilla& Squeeze in the juice of the orange (doesn't matter if some pulp goes in)Create a well in the centre of the dry ingredients and gradually stir in the wet mixture, stirring as you go (if you choose to use coconut flour instead of gluten free it’s very absorbent so it's better to add it gradually). You should end up with a very thick batter, almost like a wet crumbly doughAdd your fruit to the cake batter. Fold it in with a spoon until combine evenlyScoop the cake batter in to your lined baking tin and press down with your fingers or the back of a spoon until there are no gaps and the top is smooth 

  • Bake the cake for between 60 - 70 minutes, at 150 or until the top is well browned and the centre feels firm to touchIf you're going to glaze the cake, do so immediately while the cake is hot, brushing on your glaze with a pastry brush. You can also poke a few holes in the cake and then drizzle it over, if you want to use a lot and really soak the cake. To use the glaze I have suggested above, simply heat up the @nkdliving golden Erythritol, with a bit of water so runny, mix with a small bit of the orange juice or zest and then brush over the top of the cake.

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Have a fantastic day ! Xx

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