Special Diet - Created Date : 12.11.2019

Paleo Lemon Poppy Cake {Description}

Paleo Lemon Poppy Cake {Description}



Paleo Lemon Poppy Cake {Description}

I think everyone at home grew up with a recipe for a lemon cake at some point. Very fresh, easy and versatile flavor. Over the years, I've seen my lemon love lemon pies, lemon bars and even a lemon pizza (yes, pizza). And now I'm obsessed with paleo lemon poppy buns!

These paleo-lemon poppy cakes are the perfect blend of lemon sourness and gentle sweetness in a beautiful paleo and gluten free batter, all beautifully cooked.

Since breakfast is often difficult for paleo ones, it is a great option to get your cake hidden in the freezer when you want it! Especially for kids, makes an excellent breakfast on the go!

It may not be something new or revolutionary, but why have you changed something when a recipe is too big?

It's also a great recipe for beginner cooks, and I think it's proof that I can get myself together! A few things worth paying attention to e

As always, it is important not to confuse or whisk the cake dough, as for cakes and cakes. Doing so can become extremely concentrated and this can prevent them to rise beautifully. Also, make sure that your eggs are at room temperature to ensure a more even mixing.

It should be said that I have seen similar recipes at a different place that says that you should separate the eggs and mix the egg yolk and the whipped egg in different stages. I didn't feel the need to do this, at risk of being exposed to better cooks than me. For me, this description comes out perfectly without this extra step.

For this recipe, I'd like to know if anyone has their own tweaks. If you love your cakes very sweet, try a touch more of maple syrup or even a line of coconut sugar on top. Alternatively, if you prefer to have a little more lemon, add an additional tablespoon of lemon juice to the mixture.

Have you tried these cakes? Leave a comment and tell me what you think!

About the author I am a former semi-professional cyclist and a great eater. Now he's just a big eater. The Online Grill writes about food and drink for lazy cooks.

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