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Tue, Nov-09-10, 08:45
This would be a wonderful breakfast for those holiday house guests. It was every bit as good as any traditional coffee cake I've ever made. My husband just LOVED this! Pic is here:


I played around with a recipe from the internet and came up with a fantastic result! Very pretty when sliced! Its very filling with my addition of flax to this recipe. This will be something I only make on special occasions and when I have company, obviously, as it is fairly carb pricey. This is NOT Induction friendly however.



2 c. almond flour/meal
c. hazelnut flour/meal (or all almond flour if none available)
2 T. flax meal
1 c. granular Splenda
3 eggs
1 tsp. baking powder
tsp. baking soda
1/8 tsp. salt
c. butter, unsalted, slightly softened for streusel topping
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 c. sour cream
2 tsp. vanilla extract
2 T. salad oil
4 oz. cream cheese, softened
1 c. fresh raspberries (or frozen)


Preheat oven to 350 and grease 8″ square or deep round cake pan (this cake rises up nicely)

In a medium mixing bowl, add 2 cups of the almond meal, 1 T. of the flax meal, baking powder, baking soda, salt, 3/4 c. sweetener and mix well. Add sour cream, oil, extract and 2 of the eggs. Beat by hand until well blended. Spread evenly into greased cake pan and set aside.

Now soften cream cheese and add the 3rd egg. Beat until smooth with spoon. Add 1/4 c. sweetener. Carefully pour this evenly over the cake batter. Try not to disturb cake batter too much as you try to get this evenly over the cake. Next evenly place the raspberries on top ot the cream cheese layer.

Make the streusel by mixing c. almond meal, c. hazelnut meal and 1 T. flax meal, the cinnamon, c. sweetener and the 4 T. butter. A fork is easiest to do this with. Try to break up the butter in the crumbly mixture as best you can. You can add a few chopped nuts as well to this streusel (pictured but NOT included in nutritional info below). With hands, sprinkle all the topping on top of the cake (looks like a lot but use it all, trust me). Bake for 40 minutes or until done in center (155 if you have a cooking thermometer). Cut into 16 servings.

NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 16 servings, each containing:

217 calories
19.54 g fat
12.56 g carbs
3.13 g fiber
9.43 g NET CARBS
5.73 g protein
92.81 mg sodium