High-Protein Torte Recipe
Easy cake has no flour, but lots of legumes.
Don't be fooled by the chickpeas (you can't taste them) or the word "cake" in the description. After the first time I made it, I realized that it was more like pumpkin pie. Just leave it in the pie pan and serve with whipped cream instead, which was better than the too sweet icing in the recipe. I made it again last Thanksgiving and offered it and a bakery pie and this one was preferred. I only use sugar, so I don't know if Splenda works well or not. I made it again today for Thanksgiving and replaced 2 of the eggs with Eggbeaters. We didn't see any difference. I didn't bother buying the "real" pumpkin pie and it wasn't missed at all.
A cinnamon-sugar blend and fresh plums top this easy-to-make torte that is sure to impress guests when entertaining.
The flavors of strawberries and chocolate mingle together in this lovely dessert. This is an easy to make sweet torte. You may increase the amount of fruit to your liking. Raspberries or blueberries are awesome additions to this delicious torte.
A delicate almond cake is layered with a sweet dried plum filling in this traditional Eastern European dessert. This torte needs to be made a day ahead to allow the layers to set.
A very good high-protein alternative to flourless chocolate cake. Give it a try!
Whether you're looking for the classic torte recipes like Dobos torte, opera, or simply a celebratory many-layered cake, here are the recipes you need, with ratings, reviews, and baking tips.
Feast your eyes on the collection "Desserts" by Jen Bousselot.
This pretty "cake" is actually stacked fresh watermelon and strawberries, decorated with fun cut-out shapes made of sliced fruit. Use cantaloupe, pineapple, or other fresh fruits and berries to make colorful layers of fruit. Kids and adults will love this cake.