Paleo Strawberry Shortcake

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Strawberry Shortcake 1

Paleo Strawberry Shortcake

Serves: 2

Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend! I thought we would kick off our Monday with a sweet treat that will throw us into the summer mindset! I know I am in need of some summer ASAP! :) About a month ago I had a craving for a sweet strawberry desert, so I decided to make this little treat for myself. Well, it turned out beyond amazing and definitely kicked my craving! I think more than a sweets craving, it was a strawberry craving because all I have wanted to eat for the last month is fresh berries and salads (except of course my brussels and kabocha ;)) To me that means my body is craving the summer…..how many more days until then?! ;) I hope you enjoy this recipe!

Strawberry Shortcake 2

Fit Ingredients

For the shortcakes

  • 3 tbs (21g) almond flour
  • 1 tbs (7g) coconut flour
  • 1 tsp (5g) psyllium husk (can sub flax, but this gives it a more true flavor)
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tbs dry sweetener of choice (coconut sugar for paleo)*
  • 2 large egg whites
  • 1 tbs coconut milk (or milk of choice)
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp butter extract, optional (can add in 1 tsp ghee for paleo)
  • 3/4c (100g) sliced strawberries (or as many as you want! ;))
  • Toppings: coconut cream, greek yogurt, tru whip, optional

*Add more or less sweetener depending on your desired sweetness level.

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  • 2 – 2 in ramekins (could probably use large muffin tin)
  • non stick spray or coconut oil to grease ramekins

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Directions

1. Pre heat your oven to 350 degrees.

2. Spray or coat the inside of your ramekin with non stick spray or coconut oil.

3. In a bowl whisk together dry ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, psyllium husk, baking powder and sweetener.

4. In a second bowl whisk together egg whites, milk, vanilla and butter extract/ghee.

5. Combine your wet and dry ingredients.

6. Mix well.

7. Divide the batter evenly between two ramekins.

8. Bake for ~ 30 minutes

9. Allow to cool slightly before removing from the ramekins

10. Slice in half and top with sliced strawberries and optional toppings!

11. Enjoy! :)

Strawberry Shortcake 3

Ok, I will be honest, I know I said this recipe serves 2…but it may or may not have only served one in my case! ;) It was just too yummy to let it sit on the counter and stare at me for an entire day! It happens! ;)

Strawberry Shortcake 4

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Nutrition: (for 1 shortcake and half the strawberries)

Calories: 119.8, Protein: 6.6g, Carbs: 11.1g, Fat: 6.1g (1g Saturated), Sodium: 63mg, Fiber: 6g* (Net Carbs: 5.1g)

*Another win on the fiber charts!

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*How do you know when your body is ready for summer?

*Have you been eating/craving any summer foods yet?

*What is one of your favorite summer desserts?


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Comments

  1. says

    THAT LOOKS AMAZING!! I need to buy ramekins! ;) Course I would do the non paleo AND maybe work in some strawberry Designer whey protein powder!!! :)

    Looking forward to melons & other summer goodies!

    Dessert – always cookies! :)

    • Sarah says

      Thanks Jody! You can get ramekins for $2.50 (for big ones) or $1.50 for small ones at Pier One! So cheap! Some strawberry designer whey mixed into the greek yogurt would be amazing!! :) I love melons too! I can’t wait for summer!

  2. says

    I really need to get om the coconut flour train! There are so many delicious recipes out there using it, including this one. I’m definitely going to have to get some with my next iHerb order!

    For me, summer = watermelon and lots of cold fresh fruit and delicious avocadoes (because they’re at their prime in summer) – it’s wait I wait for every year!

    • Sarah says

      I love watermelon too!! It’s so refreshing! I eat avocados all year long (despite the price) because they are just soooo good! I can’t get enough! You definitely need to pick up some coconut flour! It is reasonably priced and soooo delicious! Thanks for stopping by and commenting Kristy! Have a great night! :)

  3. says

    Oh yum. After seeing this recipe on IG yesterday, I am just getting the chance to look it up today, and it looks amazing! Love almond flour, and this is just the perfect size and balance of everything for breakfast OR dessert. Thanks!

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