Healthy cakes, healthy life

I love cakes. And I love to live a healthy life. That is why my cakes and desserts are healthier versions of the classics, without compromising on taste and texture. As I want everyone to be able to eat my cakes, they most often are allergy- friendly, gluten- free, and not to forget propped with nutrients and all natural. Preferably I want my healthy cake recipes to be easy to make, to taste better, and to be more moist. And believe me, they are.


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12 Responses to Healthy cakes, healthy life

  1. Hanna Mesfin says:

    i like your recipes. :)

  2. Kristin says:

    When is your next recipe coming out?? ^^

  3. Vivianne says:

    Could you please tell me what the “dl” measure is in the Apple and Cinnamon Biscuit recipe for the Almond Flour?

    • thatcakechick says:

      Hi Vivianne! dl means Decilitres. 1 = 1/10 litre. If you use the conversion calculator in the fight meny you will easily be able to convert to your local measurement. Good luck! Maria:)

  4. lea says:

    Hi Maria!
    I really enjoy your blog and am always excited for new recipe mails that are coming into my box!Its great how you not only post delicious and healthy recipes, but also give information about the nutrients and benefits!
    happy baking!

  5. Camilla says:

    I just love your blog, and your recipes! Especially your pancakes and waffles, they turn out so voluminous and fluffy :D I think the fact that the eggs/egg whites get whipped up makes it soo much better than similar recipes! If you don’t mind me asking, do you think it would be possible to make a single-serving chocolate cake/muffins with those ingredients(coconut flour, almond flour, eggs, egg whites, milk, stevia and eventually protein powder) and cocoa? Would the amount of ingredients be about the same as in, say, your pancake recipe? Sorry for asking so much, but your recipes are just amazing!

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  7. Sofia says:

    Hello! In one of your recipes there is havremel, what can I use instead?? There is no havremel in Sweden where I live anayway!

    • thatcakechick says:

      Hi Sofia! Thank you for your comment. It is very easy to make oatmealflour (havremel) yourself. I do it all the time, because sometimes I just don’t have oatmealflour (havremel), but still want to do impulsive baking. How to make oatmealflour (havremel): grind oatmeal in a foodprocessor or a blender. If you don’t have that, you can also try to mash it in a plasticbag with your hand until it is more like flour. Good luck, Sofia! Maria:)

  8. Nancy J grønmo says:

    Hei Maria. Jeg er en av de mange som håper på å få besøke deg i Skibotn. Er disse oppskriftene også for meg?

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