Flour-less Chocolate Cake by Barefoot Brit

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Serves: 9 slices

Ingredients

  • ½ C dark chocolate

  • ½ ghee (sub: coconut oil, butter or vegan butter)

  • ½ C cacao powder

  • ½ C brown sugar

  • 3 eggs

  • 1 tsp vanilla

  • ½ tsp salt

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 300°F

  2. In a double boiler, place chocolate and ghee together -- let melt

  3. Remove from heat and add cacao, brown sugar, vanilla, and salt -- whisk well

  4. In a small bowl whisk eggs together and then temper the chocolate dough into the eggs slowly and then incorporate the eggs into the dough

  5. Whisk until smooth (dough will be fairly thick)

  6. Put into a lightly oiled 8x8 dish

  7. Bake for 25-30 mins

  8. Top with powdered sugar, strawberries, and mint

  9. ENJOY!

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“Something that is a huge focus in my life is my diet! When I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, I had to change my diet significantly in order to live a more optimal life. Eliminating large food groups like gluten and dairy from my diet was a very difficult challenge (because who really wants to give up bread and ice cream!), but it allowed me to see significant changes in my health, which now makes me very proud to be someone that does not eat gluten and dairy. I have learned that having dietary restrictions is nothing to be embarrassed about, but something to embrace; it is what makes me unique. I hope that my page can help to inspire others to follow their health goals allowing them to live the life they always deserved!”

- Brittany Watters, 3rd Year Boucher Student