This Sugar-Free Vanilla Cake is 100% sugar-free and gluten-free.
This Keto-friendly diabetic vanilla cake deserves to be listed with my best sugar-free dessert recipe for diabetics! The cake batter is light, fluffy, and melts in your mouth!
Plus, it is super easy to prepare. Only 5 ingredients for the most delicious light and airy Sugar-Free Vanilla Cake. You will absolutely love it!
This gluten-free vanilla cake is perfectly compatible with a keto diet and is suitable for diabetics. It comes to only 4.2 grams of net carbs per serving!
Since it is a sugar-free vanilla cake, it is made with a keto-friendly sweetener, Erythritol.
This sugar-free cake is made with the following simple ingredients:
To make it a gluten-free sugar-free cake, replace the flour with Brown Rice Flour.
To keep the whole cake gluten-free, use a combo of almond flour and brown rice flour. However, you can replace brown rice flour with all-purpose flour or Spelt flour if you are not gluten intolerant or if you don’t watch your carbs.
This Sugar-Free Vanilla Cake is light, melts in your mouth, and nobody will notice it is sugar-free!
I choose to cut this Sugar Free Vanilla Cakes in two layers and spread a yogurt cream cheese vanilla cream between the layers – plus some fresh raspberries on the top.
In order to do that, follow the steps below:
Make the layers by mixing the wet ingredients into the combined flours.
Then transfer onto a cake pan and bake for 20-30 minutes.
The vanilla cream is the easiest part of this recipe.
Make it by combining the yogurt, cream cheese, and sweetener and refrigerate.
Once it is made, spread it on the halved cake.
Make the cheese cups by melting chocolate on a muffin tray and add mashed raspberries on top.
As this was my birthday cake – yes I turned 33 this year! I really wanted to give a decadent look to this cake. So I made some Sugar Free Raspberry Cheesecake Chocolate Cups decorate the top. It is optional but it looks very cool – I think!
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Who is going to make this lovely vanilla birthday cake? Leave a comment below when you’ve done it!
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