The Perfect Alternative to cake!

This is an easy "slice" that makes a great alternative to cake. Unlike traditional cake, this slice contains nutrient dense ingredients and is free from any "nasties". Also can fit your macros,easy! I have always loved cooking and good food. So eating clean could not stop me ;)
I like to make slices as they are easy to transport, affordable, yummy , satisfying and I can make them in Bulk and freeze them for last minute "snacks". FOOR PREP just got fun :)

I use ICON egg whites because they are easy to use. I am not "anti"-yolk. As a matter of fact, I often add a whole egg or two into my ICON whites. I find that egg whites keep me full, have a higher protein ratio per calorie and fit my own personal macros. I am a "protein" type and this works well for me. I am a "heavy" exerciser, therefore eating more than an"average" person and like my calories to come from "clean" foods".

Benefits of Icon Egg whites
  • Low in calories
  • High in protein
  • Easy to use
  • Convenient
  • Gluten and dairy free
  • Keeps you full.

Icon Banana and Carrot Cake

A quick and easy slice the entire family can enjoy. I use quality foods and good carbs in this recipe. Eating a diet low in essential fats or carbs can result in many health issues. It is important to eat a range of foods.

1/2 carton egg whites
1 carrot
1 banana
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 cup coconut flour or almond meal

Process together.
Pour into a lined tin.
Bake on low/medium heat until done.
It will take approx 12-15 minutes to cook.

I suggest checking the cake every few minutes to ensure it does not burn.
You will know the cake is done when a knife comes out clean.

  • The "mix" should be thick like custard. If too "thin", add in some more almond meal or coconut flakes. If too "thick", more eggs.
  • Double the mixture to make larger quantities.
  • You can replace the almonds or coconut flakes with ground oats.

To find your nearest stockist, visit ICON foods.

You can find more high protein recipes in The Natural Naughties High Protein E-book, available at the e-store.

Kayla Thompson