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Coconut & Caramel Protein Cake (Gluten-Free)

Coconut & Caramel Protein Cake (Gluten-Free)

Check out this Coconut and Caramel Protein Cake! It is extremely moist and tasty. We highly recommend you try this delicious protein cake recipe!

Ingredients – for the cake

1 cup liquid egg whites
1/2 cup banana whey protein powder
2 cooked beets
2 tablespoons coconut flour
3 tablespoons desiccated coconut
2 tablespoons Vegan protein powder
1 teaspoon toffee flavdrops (optional but smashing)
1 teaspoon baking soda

Ingredients for the frosting

1/2 cup banana whey protein
1/4 cup dessicated coconut
1/2 cup vanilla vegan blend
1/2 cup goji berries
1 cup carton coconut milk
1 teaspoon toffee flavdrops (again, optional but nice)


1. Blend all the cake ingredients together and bake inside three little cake molds or giant-muffin molds.

2. Bake this at 170 C (320 F) for about 35 minutes or until when poked with a knife, your knife comes out clean. Once baked, allow them to cool and slice them in half. 

3. Then, make your frosting by blending all the frosting ingredients together (using a haldheld blender or food processor). Finally, just frost the cakes and add some more coconut on top.

Macros per cake (out of the 3)

476.6, 23.1g carbs (out of which 8g are fibre), 58.6g protein, 15.4g fat

The end-product is shockingly caramelish and super crunchy from the coconut and gojis. It’s delicious, seriously, try it. Try it to enjoy it. Try it and convert any and all your protein-skeptic friends too! It’s a wonderful thing to witness!

Whey Protein 360 Extreme
Vegan Protein Extreme
Diet Whey Isolate 90
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5 Replies to “Coconut & Caramel Protein Cake (Gluten-Free)”

  1. Where do you get Toffee Flavdrops (or equivalent) in America? You use them all the time and I always feel like I’m missing out.

    I don’t have banana whey. Could I sub for vanilla or other flavor whey? I really want to make this and don’t want to wait to order new POW. Please help!

    Goji berries and I don’t get along. Are they necessary? Is there a sub?

    • Hi Hi,

      I don’t think you can get toffee flavdrops in the US BUT!!! there’s LOTS of flavoring syrups available for example at amazon (sugar-free stuff). If you can’t or don’t wanna get any that’s fine though, just use some stevia instead or leave that bit out.

      Definitely use vanilla whey 🙂

      Instead of the gojis you could use some dates?

  2. I’m a little bit confused.. with 2 cooked beets as ingredients of the recipe, I would expect the cake to be.. of a purple color?