This recipe is a simplified version of a lemon drizzle cake, but it’s inspired by how I love my lemonade: super sour fresh lemon juice with as much sugar as humanly possble. This cake is super moist and is one of Chris’s favorites. It may not be pretty, but it gets eaten so quickly you really don’t look at it for long!
So after one failed attempt, I finally created a really good microwavable plum cake. The first one had an egg in it and tasted like scrambled eggs with plums. Not good. This recipe is absolutely delicious, albeit much higher in calories than the original recipe I had in mind. But hey, you gotta live a little. Swap the sugar for erythritol if you want to lower the calories, but for the love of God, don’t leave out the butter! A glass bowl works well with this recipe, but you can do it in a mug and it’ll come out just as good.
This is another keto recipe that is still in my eating rotation even though I’m back on carbs. It’s low calorie and packed full of protein, so why not? The best way to enjoy this cake is to pour a few spoonfuls of Waldens zero calories chocolate syrup on top. It’s a bit expensive, but a little goes a long way.
This is another keto recipe that is so good, I’d eat it even if I wasn’t on any diet. This homemade cheesecake believe it or not is a great breakfast item because it keeps in the fridge for a solid week if properly stored. Make a cheesecake on Sunday and then enjoy a slice of heaven for breakfast for the rest of the work week! If blackberries aren’t your thing you can substitute literally any other berry you want.