No sugar, gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free chocolate oreo kabocha squash cake with a dreamy coconut cashew frosting.
Is it Friday yet? 🙂
We think our coffee is broken as we are still tired. Anyone else feel like your coffee is broken sometimes? Someone better let Starbucks know…haha
Winter is approaching with full force it seems! The high here yesterday was 39!! We saw on the news that some areas of the country are getting snow!! Crazy. We bundled up over here and ventured out for a very short walk. Although, we think Madison enjoyed the cool crispy air. Jax sure loves it!
One way we like to stay warm is with a slice of cake, especially one that is homemade and made with lots of love.
Gluten-free, grain-free, low sugar Fall inspired oreo winter squash layer cake
Come join us in our kitchen to make oreo kabocha squash cake with dairy-free frosting!
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We love cake. Although we prefer cupcakes. But we had fun making this cake for you.
Yep, the twins attempted a layer cake for the first time on camera. How did we do? Leave us a comment letting us know.
We admit we are not the greatest at frosting cakes, but we were pretty impressed with how well this one came out.
Trust us, if we can make and frost this layer cake so can you!
How to make low sugar oreo kabocha squash cake with dairy-free coconut frosting
Kabocha squash is one of our favorites, and we think it’s safe to say you love it too.
We took those two popular recipes and created this oreo kabocha squash cake.
These cakes are more dense and rich, not light and fluffy. But we like rich foods so this fit the bill.
We wanted to make a bright layered cake full of flavor and packed with nutrition.
Well, friend, this is that cake.
In the video you saw us use 1/4 cup pumpkin seed butter and 1/4 cup coconut butter in the cake. But below in the directions we list 1/2 cup coconut butter. You can use any nut or seed butter you would like, or do a little of two like we did!
Are you ready to make cake with us? Grab your ingredients and let’s get started.
For the coconut butter you can use any nut or seed butter.
If you do not have kabocha squash you can use any winter squash.
If you do not like stevia, feel free to use a little liquid sweetener you like. We would suggest around 3 tbsp or to taste.
The best stevia sweetened chocolate oreo kabocha layer cake with a rich creamy no sugar frosting
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Do you like to make layer cakes? Do you like cakes or cupcakes?
What is your favorite way to eat kabocha squash?
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