Oat Flour Soak CakeSubmitted by: PHITNPHAT
IntroductionThis is a figure friendly/diet friendly version of cake. It's heavier (weight wise) than regular cake but can be used as a dessert or even breakfast substitues. This is a figure friendly/diet friendly version of cake. It's heavier (weight wise) than regular cake but can be used as a dessert or even breakfast substitues.
8-1/3 cup scoops of oat flour
1.25 cups of egg whites (carton)
1-1.5 tsp of vanilla
1/8 cup of Splenda
1 tsp of baking powder
1 large package of sugar free jello mix
Mix jello with hot water. After cake cools a little, poke several holes all throughout the cake. Poke as many holes as you want the jello (water) to bleed into cake.
Pour the jello liquid all over cake in the pan and let sit.
You can eat just like this or we like to mix a little cheesecake SF jello mix with plain Greek yogurt and dollop on top for "icing." You can also cover with fatfree whipped cream and fresh strawberries.
I also use this recipe as a pre-workout snack. If I want to use as a breakfast "cake" I eat two servings with some fruit.
One other option for tastey breakfast is to take two servings, break up into cubes and cover with a little unsweetened almond milk. Stir in 1-2 tbsp of chopped nuts of choice and 1/2 cup of fruit of choice.
Number of Servings: 9
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user PHITNPHAT.