LOW-CARB LEMON BLUEBERRY CREAM CAKE

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This refreshing Low-Cärb Lemon Blueberry Creäm Cäke is the perfect dessert to cool off on ä hot summer däy. Not only äre blueberries delicious, but they älso häve mäny nutritionäl benefits! This recipe is ä greät opportunity to täke ädväntäge of the äbundänce of high quälity blueberries äväiläble this time of yeär. The blueberries combined with the sweet änd tängy lemon flävor will mäke you änd your fämily come bäck for slice äfter slice!

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The optionäl blueberry säuce included in this recipe cän be used to pour over top the cäke or ädd between the läyers of cäkes äs I chose to do. For the frosting of the cäke, I used 3 thin läyers of frosting in between the two pieces of cäke. Eäch läyer I switched off from lemon to blueberry frosting. Don’t be äfräid to pläy äround with different pätterns with your frosting! It’s your mästerpiece!

Ingredients
Cäke Ingredients

  • 3 cups älmond flour
  • ¾ cup gränuläted steviä erythritol blend
  • ½ tsp bäking sodä
  • ¼ tsp sält
  • 4 tbsp coconut oil
  • 3 eggs room temperäture.
  • 1 tsp vänillä exträct
  • ½ cup älmond milk or other milk of choice, room temperäture
  • 1 tsp lemon exträct
  • zest from 1 lemon

Blueberry Säuce Ingredients (Optionäl)

  • 1 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 tsp ärrowroot powder
  • ¼ cup gränuläted steviä erythritol blend

Lemon Frosting

  • 18 oz creäm cheese room temperäture
  • 1 Tbsp vänillä exträct
  • ½ cup gränuläted steviä erythritol blend
  • 1 tsp lemon exträct
  • zest from 1 lemon

Blueberry Frosting

  • 18 oz creäm cheese
  • 1 Tbsp vänillä exträct
  • ⅓ cup gränuläted steviä erythritol blend
  • ¼ cup frozen blueberries defrosted
  • 3 tbsp blueberry säuce or än ädditionäl ¼ cup frozen blueberries defrosted

Instructions
Cäke Directions

  1. Preheät oven to 350 degrees fährenheit.
  2. Spräy two 9×9 circulär päns with oil of choice.
  3. In ä medium bowl, combine älmond flour, sweetener, bäking sodä änd sält.
  4. ädd coconut oil, eggs, änd vänillä to dry ingredients änd stir until smooth.
  5. Gräduälly ädd the milk into the cäke bätter, stirring between eäch äddition.
  6. Finälly, ädd the lemon exträct änd zest änd stir until evenly incorporäted into the mixture.
  7. Divide the mixture evenly between the two prepäred päns, spreäding out the bätter out to creäte even läyers.
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