Layers of pumpkin fudge, raw cookie dough and cocoa plantain cake make for this ultimate layered cake dessert recipe. This recipe is gluten, grain and dairy free. It is naturally sweetened with maple syrup and banana.
Oh boy things have been so crazy here with Madison and her cousin Joy. Never a dull moment.
Two kids are exhausting! We are not sure how our mom did it with 4 girls!!! Even Jax is passing out at 3 pm.
We haven’t been getting up before everyone else in the house to do our holiday bootcamp workouts. Instead, we have been doing a little in the morning with everyone around and then again later in the day before dinner. What we focus on during these busy times is moving the body even if it is only 5 minutes. We feel doing a little workout is better than nothing.
Having kids and a dog are great for keeping us active. What is your house like now? Family/kids around?
Gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free pumpkin fudge cookie dough chocolate recipe
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We combined 3 of our favorite recipes into one ultimate DESSERT!
Drizzled in chocolate! Of course more chocolate the better, right?
We love layered cakes…all the textures, colors and flavors.
This cake recipe is paleo friendly as most of the ingredients are real ingredients.
Chocolate pumpkin cookie dough cake made from plantains, coconut butter, cashews and pumpkin
This recipe might look complicated but as you saw in the video above it is so easy.
Each layer is made from just a few ingredients! And it only takes a few minutes to whip up!
When you are wanting to enjoy chocolate, pumpkin and cookie dough make this recipe.
If you are looking to do something different this holiday instead of serving the traditional pecan, apple or pumpkin pie bake your family this layered cake.Print
Pumpkin fudge cookie dough brownie cake
A healthy cake recipe that is low in sugar and gluten, grain, and dairy free. Pumpkin fudge cookie dough chocolate cake. Three amazing flavors and textures made into one dessert recipe.
- Prep Time: 15 minutes
- Cook Time: 20 minutes
- Total Time: 35 minutes
- Yield: One 8in cake 1x
- First make the chocolate cake.
- As it cools make raw cookie dough.
- When cake is cool carefully remove from pan.
- Frost the cookie dough on top of chocolate cake.
- Set in refrigerator.
- Make pumpkin fudge.
- Spread pumpkin fudge on top of cookie dough layer
- Set back in fridge to set for about 1-2 hours.
- Make chocolate sauce and drizzle over each slice.
- Serving Size: makes about 12 slices
Do you baking cakes? Do you like frosting on cakes?