Coconut Protein Cake

I have an idea about some mystery going between me and my coconut protein cakes… You think this sentence does not make any sense?

Then how about that: Every time I come up with a new version of coconut cake, I take photos of it, note down list of ingredients and feel sure that I have uploaded it online. Next time I want to bake something with coconut, I go through my notes and it seems that the recipe of previous coconut cake is missing..! Finally, couple days ago I had a question about one of my previous coconut cakes… No, it was not online and I could not find it anywhere else…

Thus, I said: ok! I will make the new one, really good, really delicious and I will post it!

So here it is, my newest version of Coconut Protein cake ❤ Maybe because I feel like becoming a pro of baking coconut protein cakes and breads, maybe because I love coconut and all that balance between moist, sweetness and good smell, I feel absolutely confident to recommend you trying this new recipe.

I have not arranged a giant visit to the grocery store before baking this goodie, meaning that I had all ingredients at home. I did not have much extra time to be spent in the kitchen, meaning that baking this protein cake will require very little time and not much efforts.

Conclusion? This Coconut Protein Cake is a comfy solution for Sunday’s thoughts about “something sweet… some dessert… some comfy food…” and fears to get filled with unnecessary calories. Try this coco baby, you will like it!

Ingredients:

Makes 21 squares

1 cup egg whites

3 scoops Birthday cake or Banana protein powder (choose Coconut protein powder if you want to make a 100% coconut version)

75g oat flour

30g oat flour

1tsp baking powder

70g stevia sugar

2 ripe bananas

cinnamon

salt

Topping: some extra coconut and walnuts

Directions:
  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Line the baking form with baking paper or grease it with a spray oil.
  2. Mash the bananas and cinnamon together, until you get a creamy pure.
  3. Add all of the rest ingredients to a large mixing bowl and mix or whisk together until blended and the batter is smooth.
  4. Finally, add the mashed bananas.
  5. Transfer to the prepared baking form and bake for 25 to 30 minutes until risen and a toothpick, inserted into the center, comes out clean.  Do not over bake this cake or it might dry out.
  6. Remove from the oven and cool on a wire rack.
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