Pound Cake- Low Sugar 🙋🥗🍰

Do you ever feel the need for cake mid week? I know cake is for special occasions and should be eaten in moderation- however…..I LOVE cake and I had a craving for it this week…so I thought this little number up and eat with no guilt (pintrest inspired with my veggie twist)

What you will need:

4 Tbs Butter

3/4 C Truvia baking blend or sugar sub (not fake please)

3/4 C Carbquick or Almond Flour

3/4 C frozen riced cauliflower (freezer veggie section)

1 tsp baking soda

1- 6oz container of Oikos Greek yogurt (i used banana cream)- I like this brand because the carbs are lower with the fiber count higher.

4 eggs

Cream together softened butter and sugar sub. Add in the greek yogurt. Now add eggs one at a time. Pour in the flour the cauliflower and the baking soda last and mix well.

Use a sprayed loaf pan and bake at 350 for 30 minutes then cover and place on bottom rack for about 10 minutes more (until center is not jiggly).

**TASTES BEST WHEN CHILLED for a while and set – not right away 🙂

If using cupcake tin your baking time will likely be shorter.

*** depends on what you need in your day for the count- I would say use this as a nighttime yellow snack but feel no guilt!

I topped with Halo TOP ice cream but you could even use a little more greek yogurt.

1/8th of the cake has only 1 net carb!

(Note: you know i dont do strictly low carb or keto or any of that but I DO choose my carbs very wise-if i am eating lower carb it is only lower in sugars and starchy not good for you carbs-i eat plenty of nutritious carbs every single day!!)


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