Healthy Cacao Nib Einhorn Cake Recipe

 

Einkorn_FlourWith modern wheat becoming more and more hybridized and spayed with pesticides, why not try an ancient flour that is organically grown?  I substituted Einkorn 1:1 for my recipe, added an extra egg white and the cake was heavenly.  Dr William Davis, MD, in his book  “Wheat Belly” tested his blood sugar after eating modern wheat and then Einkorn wheat. He got bloating and blood sugar spikes on the modern wheat. The Einhorn gave him no problems.  Here is the recipe that I just modified (from Carole Robrish)

Cacao Nib Zucchini Cake

350 degree oven, grease and flour 13x9x2 or bundt pan

1 cup organic butter or ghee

1 t. vanilla

1 and 1/2 cup raw sugar

2 Lg cage free organic eggs plus one egg white

2 and 1/2 cups Young Living Einkorn flour

1/2 cup organic sour cream or tofutti sour supreme

1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

1 teasp baking powder and 1 teasp baking soda

1/2 teasp himalayan or celtic sea salt

1 medium organic green zucchini shredded

4 ounces raw cacao nibs organic or chocolate chips

1 cup raw walnuts chopped (optional)

Mix sugar, butter, vanilla and eggs. Beat 4 minutes. Add sour cream and dry ingredients. Beat. Add zucchini and walnuts and nibs. Bake 45 minutes.  The sides of the cake will start to separate from the pan when the cake is done.  It is so moist that the clean knife trick doesn’t apply.

Organic whipping cream for a topping!!  Enjoy.  Use this link to purchase wholesale.

 https://www.youngliving.com/en_US/products/garys-true-grit-einkorn-flour

Tawnya Bobst  Young Living #1034089

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