Thursday

Flaxmeal Cake

I replaced 1 cup of flax meal with 1 cup of ground millet.  It turned out very good.
Flaxmeal Cake2 cups flax seed meal
(You can replace 1/2 of the flax meal with another flour)
1 Tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 Cup Xylitol
5 beaten eggs
1/2 cup water
1/3 cup oil

Preheat oven to 350 F.
I mix this all together and pour it into a greased pan, usually 13 X 9 X 2.  I bake about 20 minutes or until the top springs back when touched.

For a special treat, I will cut strawberries up on my cake and top it with my Sugarfree Dairy free Vanilla Pudding.   This turns out so yummy!!

7 comments:

Gale said...

Ooh...that looks yummy!

Anyways, the real reason I shopped by was to thank you for your comment about the the mystery plant in my yard. No-one guessed it on the blog, but turns out someone had already identified it on my last GardenWeb Forums post and I missed it. You can find out what I learned about it here:

http://texifornia.blogspot.com/2012/04/name-this-plant-and-get-free-spicy.html

I decided to give anyone who commented some seeds if they wanted them. Let me know if you can use any of the seeds listed below.

Let me know if you can use any of these seeds:

2010 (gathered in

2011
Calendula - Pacific Beuty Mix
Pepper, Yellow Banana
Garardia, Agalinis purpurea (self-gathered 2010)

2010
California Poppy
Broccoli, De Cicco
Pepper, California Wonder (organic)
Pepper, Early Calwonder

2009
Cinnamon Basil (self-gathered 2008)

'Gale
ecarian at yahoo dot com

Nicole Ward said...

Do you know how I would replace the sugar with Raw Stevia and the egg with chia eggs? I just made it with 1/2 cup ground stevia and 5T of chia meal with 15T of water. The batter is SUPER thick. :(

Alkaline Me said...

Nicole
for the chia eggs, which I haven't tried in this recipe.

1 tablespoon of finely ground chia seeds in a coffee grinder.
3 tablespoons liquid (I recommend soy milk, rice milk, or coconut milk)
Let it set for about 5 minutes to get all thick and goopy.

For the stevia, I usually use about 1 teaspoon stevia to equal one cup sugar. It depends on the stevia though. Some seems sweeter than others.

Alkaline Me said...

Forgot to say, that recipe was for one egg. You would have to double it for two etc...

Nicole Ward said...

Thank you. There are a few different kinds of stevia and each website I went to, doesn't list the Raw Powder substitution amount. My batch is going in the trash. I read another site that says to use, in baking, 1/4 cup water for each Tbsp of ground chia. The batter with the 1 to 3 ratio, was the consistency of dough... dry dough.? I can't have ANY sweets right now and I'm dieing for some cake/muffins, not made with flour.

Alkaline Me said...

I wonder if the chia seeds would work in the black bean brownines. They are pretty good.
http://thisisnotyourmothersapron.blogspot.com/2012/10/black-bean-brownies-gluten-free.html

Have you ever tried the chia pudding? and the Coconut almond fudge is so good and really great when you are on a candida diet

http://thisisnotyourmothersapron.blogspot.com/2012/10/pumpkin-pie-chia-pudding-with-healthier.html

http://thisisnotyourmothersapron.blogspot.com/2012/04/coconut-almond-fudge-candida-friendly.html

Nicole Ward said...

Thank you for your help. :) I have psoriasis so there are many foods I can't have, along with the Candida diet. I did stumble across a chia pudding I could eat. Take care, best wishes.