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Coconut Coffee Cake Recipe

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That is one scary thought, isn’t it?

Bread ranks very high on the list of comfort foods. It accompanies almost every meal in one form or other. People simply cannot imagine how they could ever do without and freak out at just the thought of having to give it up, even if it is temporary.

If only you knew how much your body would appreciate this change, getting a break and being able to at least somewhat control inflammation. If you just knew how much better you could feel without the overload of this chemical laden vacuum food. And with proper guidance, it isn’t scary at all and actually quite easy. Give your body the break it deserves.

Until then, let me help with a delicious coconut coffee cake. It satisfies the “need” for bread but doesn’t require any grain flour. The sugar content is minimal and the goodness of natural nutrient-dense ingredients qualifies it actually as healthy food. It goes really well with my daily cup of coffee, but like everything else please enjoy in moderation.

Coconut Coffee Cake Recipe

Ingredients:

– 1 cup coconut flour
– 1/2 tsp sea salt
– 1 tsp ground cinnamon
– 8 large eggs
– 1 tsp baking soda
– 1/2 cup plain yogurt
– 5 tbsp coconut oil, melted
– 1/4 cup raw dark brown sugar
– 1 tbsp vanilla extract
– 2 tbsp coconut cream

Topping:

– 1 1/2 cup shredded, unsweetened coconut
– 2 tsp ground cinnamon
– 1/4 cup raw dark brown sugar
– 4 tbsp molten coconut oil
– A dash of black pepper

Instructions:

– Preheat oven to 325◦F and adjust rack to middle position.
– Grease an 8×8 inch baking pan with coconut oil and set aside.
– Combine all ingredients for the topping in a bowl and blend until the ingredients bind together. Set aside.
– Place all the batter ingredients in a food processor or blender and blend until smooth.
– Pour batter into the greased pan.
– Drop a spoonful of topping mix over the batter.
– With a fork and a swirling motion, lightly work the topping into the top part of the batter.
– Bake for 40-45 minutes.
– Let cool for 20 minutes. The cake stays fresh for over two days, but is best soon after preparation.

Variations: Substitute butter for coconut oil and/or use pecan pieces for the topping.

 

Birgit Witherspoon

Board Certified Holistic Health Counselor and Nutritionist focused on providing customized service to individuals and families to improve their health and happiness. Interested in speaking to groups about simple ways to improve health.

Birgit Witherspoon

Board Certified Holistic Health Counselor and Nutritionist focused on providing customized service to individuals and families to improve their health and happiness. Interested in speaking to groups about simple ways to improve health.

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Monie Kimchi
Monie Kimchi 5pts

Yummy. My parents would love this for the holidays. I'm gonna try to make this for sure.

Nicole Nodir
Nicole Nodir 5pts

Looks like a tiramisu cake not a coconut cake .

Chrissy Windley
Chrissy Windley 5pts

uh oh... coconut and coffee at the same time....*drooolssss*

Anjali D Pillay
Anjali D Pillay 5pts

Awesome ......I don't eat wheat it bothers my tummy. ...

Lizz Bierman
Lizz Bierman 5pts

Marnie Quinn ummmmmm we are making this this winter

Kariinner Harmony
Kariinner Harmony 5pts

Why is there a picture of tiramisou and not the coconut cake? I made this recipe, and it looks nothing like the picture!!!

Yoges Mohan
Yoges Mohan 5pts

Coffee and coconut baby.. 2 of my favourite and in a cake.. Yummmm

Dina Ortiz
Dina Ortiz 5pts

omg looks so good so loving coconut right now!\U0001f60b

Arpita Saraiya
Arpita Saraiya 5pts

Thank you Ayurveda for a detailed substitute :) \U0001f44d\U0001f3fc

Carla Visser
Carla Visser 5pts

Lief mop ben heel benieuwd! Ben benieuwd hoe je het gaat maken. Hele dikke kus.

Nata Zazubovits
Nata Zazubovits 5pts

Just a warning: The point of this cake is being gluten free. Flour cannot be used by many.

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Thanks! :) Shahina Ansari

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

replace 1 egg: 2 tablespoon flour + 1/2 teaspoon oil + 1/2 teaspoon baking powder + 2 tablespoons liquid (milk, cream, buttermilk, diluted yogurt, or dairy free alternatives like coconut milk, soy milk, etc) beaten together until smooth. Arpita Saraiya :)

Lynette Lyn
Lynette Lyn 5pts

Nienke Vellema kom je dan ook gezellig mee eten?

BhartiTulsi
BhartiTulsi 5pts

Tk u for the good recpi. Can gv mi a suggestion many cakes contain eggs. I am a pure vegetarian and so I can't use eggs. So instead of eggs is there any other thing to replace eggs so I can make this cake pls.

Lisa Lake
Lisa Lake 5pts

Michael Esper please print this for Lee :)

Lynette Lyn
Lynette Lyn 5pts

Carla Visser lieve mamsie, dit ga ik voor je maken!

Nata Zazubovits
Nata Zazubovits 5pts

GUys, just to say: do not expect your cake to look like that "almost tiramisu" cake from the photo. It will be a decent coffee cake (aka cake for coffee), but nothing like the one on the photo above. I'll try to find you a photo of the cake I baked (Ok, simplified version, as I described below). Can be presented to guests for tea. :) Looks decent enough

Nata Zazubovits
Nata Zazubovits 5pts

I am not sure, it will work well in this recipe. There is only coconut flour in use... I tried to make the cake once with apple sauce instead of eggs (equal volume), it was not bad, but not as good as with eggs. Cake was more crumbly too. Still tasty.

Nata Zazubovits
Nata Zazubovits 5pts

Cazper Rowsey I use the usual soda (artisanal, no aluminum)

Cazper Rowsey
Cazper Rowsey 5pts

Was the soda recommended baking soda or carbonated ?

Dapu Shah
Dapu Shah 5pts

Nilam Patel .. Something new to try !!

Kirti Agarwal
Kirti Agarwal 5pts

Never use honey in bakingb- it's considered toxic when cooked

Nata Zazubovits
Nata Zazubovits 5pts

And, actually, there is a way to simplify it even more. I put a tablespoon of coconut oil on the bottom of the form, sprinkle it with brown sugar (like a table spoon), then sprinkle it with shredded coconut, + a bit of zest of lemon (+ optional: add a layer of apple slices or plums, + I am adding just a but more sugar on top of them to counterbalance tartness), pour batter on top, bake. Very simple.

Nata Zazubovits
Nata Zazubovits 5pts

Thushanie De Silva no, it is finely ground coconut = coconut flour. Desiccated coconut can be added for texture, but you need coconut flour for the recipe. Amazon has some. Any health/organic food store has some.

Nata Zazubovits
Nata Zazubovits 5pts

Thushanie De Silva there is no coffee in the recipe. It is cake to eat with coffee. Or tea. :)

Faye Ioannou
Faye Ioannou 5pts

Despina, I'm thinking a joint attempt might get us a result?? \U0001f601

Paja Svoboda
Paja Svoboda 5pts

To by jsme nekdy mohli zkusit vid miláčku 😊 Jana Berkova

Ashish Kumar
Ashish Kumar 5pts

Mai comment dake ek ne kha where to buy coconut flavour ab dukan mai he milega direct keth se thore na la skte hai mai jaan kar hindi mai likhe unhe hindi thore na aate hai just kidding be happy@@

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Bunny Brando Thanks for sharing! :)