The best Paleo Chocolate cake

This is the best Paleo Chocolate cake, perfect for a healthier dessert! It contains no gluten or lactose and is made with natural ingredients. An excellent choice for this Christmas, delicious and with the best chocolate flavor!

Finally arrived the most anticipated month of the year! I love the month of December. Christmas, the meeting with the family, the good food and still the month of my birthday:) This year I make the famous 30 years… I think entering the 30 leaves that mark of "Now I'm an adult…" Ahahah is amazing how the years pass and I still feel like a girl:P

And to celebrate this December and Christmas, I wanted to try a different chocolate cake. As you have noticed by the latest posts, my food is evolving increasingly to the better. Most natural ingredients, "originals", Paleo. But I can't tell you that you can eat this cake at ease, because a cake is always a cake. Even with the best possible ingredients, it is still an option to eat in moderation. A Christmas option, for example! To replace other sweets filled with refined sugars and white flours. This is lactose-free and refined gluten free.

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But the real reason for this recipe is another! Unfortunately I still can't tell you the surprise I have for you… but I can tell you that the reason I imagined this cake was to use this beautiful cake dish from Pollux! How proud I am to be Ambassador of the brand Pollux, to use your beautiful dishes to die and be able to beautify my recipes with them… I'm lucky! 😛 (and you will also be lucky, but more I can't tell…)

I was fascinated by the texture of this Chocolate cake. Last year by Christmas I made a chocolate cake and walnuts (which takes protein, oatmeal, etc) but this one got much better. Maybe for the coverage, which takes coconut cream and got a coconut flavor, I personally adore it! But a slice of this can cater to chocolate cravings for more than a week, believe me! You know so much the chocolate, the typical chocolate cake, we have no idea it's made of natural ingredients.

This is going to be one of the recipes I'm going to replicate to my Christmas dinner. This year's home with the family, it's going to be so good to get everyone and be able to make a healthier Christmas. I know there will be children and the like, but if you can complement with more nutritious options, who will complain?? Eheh Besides, they won't even notice the difference:)

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O melhor Bolo de Chocolate Paleo

Tempo Total 1 hour
Porções 8
Autor Anita Healthy

Ingredientes

  • 4 ovos
  • 200 g de creme de côco ou leite de côco*
  • 1/4 chávena de óleo de côco
  • 3/4 chávena de água morna
  • 1 c.sopa vinagre de sidra
  • 4 c.sopa cheias de mel ou xarope de côco
  • 230 g amêndoa moída farinha de amêndoa
  • 50 g farinha de côco
  • 120 g farinha de araruta ou de tapioca
  • 1 chávena de cacau puro em pó
  • 3/4 chávena de açúcar de côco
  • 1 c.chá de bicarbonato de sódio
  • 1 pitada de sal

Para a cobertura

  • 1 lata de creme de côco deixada no frigorífico durante a noite**
  • 4 c.sopa de cacau puro em pó
  • 2 c.sopa de mel ou xarope de côco
  • *o creme de côco só deve ter como ingredientes o extrato de côco água e, possivelmente, goma de guar.
  • **Aconselho o creme de côco da marca Koala o única que conheço com esses ingredientes e que realmente fica espesso no frigorífico. Outros leites de côco poderão não solidificar.

Preparação

  1. Pré-aquecer o forno a 180º e forrar a base de uma forma de 20cm com papel vegetal. Untar os lados da forma com um pouco de óleo de côco.
  2. Numa tigela, bater os ovos com os restantes ingredientes líquidos - o creme de côco, o mel, o óleo de côco, a água. Acrescentar o vinagre de sidra no final.
  3. À parte, misturar as farinhas, o cacau, o açúcar de côco e a pitada de sal.
  4. Juntar a mistura de ingredientes secos com o a mistura dos ovos, adicionar o bicarbonato de sódio e envolver tudo muito bem com uma espátula.
  5. Colocar a massa na forma e levar ao forno durante cerca de 45 minutos, até estar cozido. Pode colocar uma folha de alumínio por cima da forma, enquanto o bolo estiver no forno.

Para a cobertura

  1. Retirar a parte espessa do creme de côco, deixando a água que se deposita por baixo para outros usos.
  2. Bater o creme com o cacau e o mel com uma batedeira elétrica, até ficar bem espesso.
  3. Barrar o bolo com o creme e, quando arrefecer, colocar no frigorífico cerca de 30 minutos.
  4. Pode servir com framboesas e creme de côco, para uma mistura de sabores!
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