My Favorite Chocolate Cake Recipe (No Flour, No Nuts/Seeds!!) + 100th Video Sale!! Ep100

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To celebrate this super fabulous day, I’ve put together a video demo of my absolute favourite Chocolate Cake Recipe!! There is no flour, no nuts or seeds in this recipe, instead I use sweet potatoes!!! This is an awesome alternative for those that may have a gluten or nut allergy, or for those that are craving something chocolatey and sweet, but want to watch their waist lines!! I like making sweet treats with healthy ingredients and it’s nice to once in a while be using different ingredients like sweet potatoes– the texture is smooth and dense, and it’s a perfect complement to chocolate. I have to say this cake recipe is decadent like fudge or brownies, so it’s definitely a must-make!!!

Thank you everyone for all your support, I am excited about the next 100 videos to come!!

Chocolate Cake Recipe (no flour, no nuts/seeds) -

Chocolate Cake Recipe (no flour, no nuts/seeds) -

Natasha’s Favorite Chocolate Cake (makes 8 – 10 slices)

1 Cup Sweet Potatoes (baked and skin removed)
1 Cup Raw Cacao Powder
1/3 Cup Coconut Palm Sugar Syrup (or honey, maple syrup or any other liquid sweetener)
1/4 Cup Dates (chopped, pits removed)
2 Tbsps Coconut Butter (or Cold Pressed Coconut Oil)
3 pinches of Sea Salt

1- Bake sweet potatoes in oven at 225ºC / 450ºF for 20-30 minutes (or until cooked). Once cooked, let the sweet potatoes cool for at least 30 minutes and then remove the outer skins.
2- Place all the ingredients in a high speed blender or food processor and blend until smooth. The dough will be very thick, it’s supposed to be thick!! (If you are having a hard time getting your appliance to blend the ingredients, you can add 1 Tbsp of water to get it going).
3- Transfer cake batter/dough to a cake pan (with a lid) and place in the freezer for at least 2-4 hours, preferably overnight.
4- Serve chilled.

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10 thoughts on “My Favorite Chocolate Cake Recipe (No Flour, No Nuts/Seeds!!) + 100th Video Sale!! Ep100

  1. Is there a way to make a vanilla version of this cake? My niece/nephew are both allergic to dairy, wheat & nuts. I wanted to make a birthday cake for my son’s birthday that they can eat, but I don’t want to give my son chocolate as he’s only turning one. Thanks!

    1. Hi Sharon,
      You can definitely leave the cacao/chocolate out and you can either replace it with carob powder (equal parts), or leave it out completely and add a little cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice. If you use Maple Syrup as the sweetener, between the maple syrup and the dates they’ll give it a nice flavour as well!

  2. Okay so the chocolate cake looks delicious but Luna Ray is absolutely adorable!!! Just sayin :))

  3. People say I am a good cook, but I am just good at following directions.

    if you add 1 cup water this makes a wonderful frosting.

  4. Hi! I’m so excited to explore your blog – and to try this recipe for my diabetic mother (it’s probably still too sweet for her, but I figure it’s better than store-bought). May I leave out the dates, though? I couldn’t find them anywhere. Thank you. 🙂

    1. You can leave the dates out (that would be better for your diabetic mother). Do taste the recipe without the dates and if for some reason you find it’s not sweet enough, you can always add a little honey, maple syrup or coconut palm sugar/coconut palm syrup to sweeten it or even substitute the dates with another dried fruit like raisins or prunes.

  5. This was sooooooo good! And super easy! I made a raspberry chia seed jam to put on top. I will defiantly be making this on a regular basis! Keep the recipies coming 🙂

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