Super Delicious Paleo Peach Cake


I just made this cake and it was over the top.
If it doesn’t explode with flavor, it doesn’t make the blog!
The best part of all is there was only 3 tablespoons of raw honey in the entire cake but it tasted like,
like a naughty dessert.  You know, one filled with refined sugars and gluten.

Shhhhhhhhh, don’t tell my non health nut peeps  😉  I absolutely love peaches.
Who doesn’t!
You do or you wouldn’t be reading this  🙂
It can be easily made dairy free as well! See dairy free frosting option below.
So……….let’s get this Super Delicious Paleo Peach Cake in the oven so your family will all have happy faces!

 Ingredients for cake:

4 eggs

3 Tablespoons melted butter or coconut oil

5 Tablespoons coconut milk

3 Tablespoons raw honey

3 good squirts of Sweetleaf Peach Mango drops

pinch mineral rich sea salt

2 teaspoons organic  vanilla

1/2  teaspoon baking powder

1/2  cup organic  coconut flour

Instructions for cake:

-Mix in one bowl the eggs , butter, coconut milk, honey, peach mango drops, and vanilla

-Mix in a separate bowl the salt, baking powder, coconut flour

-now mix all the ingredients together and blend well till lumps are gone

-pour into a greased 8×8 cake pan

-bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until springy to touch

-let cool on rack before adding frosting

Ingredients for frosting:

1 -8 ounce cream cheese

4 tablespoons butter

2 tsp. organic  vanilla

2-3 droppers of stevia

Instructions for frosting:

-after cream cheese has had a chance to soften out of the fridge,
blend it with the softened butter, vanilla, and stevia and whip away with a fork till it is creamy.
Hint, I do use my hands too  🙂

***** If going dairy free, no worries.
Try this frosting here, just omit the english toffee drops and replace with stevia drops or peach mango drops.******

Ingredients for peach sauce:

6 medium RIPE peaches, you can use frozen but its harder to tell how ripe they are.
You can always add more peach mango drops if they are not bursting with flavor.

1 cup water

1 tablespoon arrowroot flour

pinch of  organic ceylon cinnamon

3 good squirts of Sweetleaf Peach Mango drops

Instructions for peach sauce:

-peel and cut the peaches into thick slices

-add peaches and water to pan

-cook on a medium heat till peaches are some what tender but not mushy

-add the arrowroot flour to just enough cold water to make a slightly runny paste
and then add to the hot mixture (peaches and water) and  cook a little till it thickens

-add cinnamon and peach mango drops, stir well,  let it cool

After cake has cooled and you put frosting on it, I like to put it in fridge.
The flavor deepens and becomes more rich after it gets chilled.
I also chill the peach sauce.  I know you are tearing your tights to dig in, but remember,
good things come to those who wait  🙂  Whoaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, wait a minute!  Almost forgot, what about having some dairy free ice cream with this here peach cake?  I dare ya  🙂  Both contain superfoods, who has to know?!  I’m thinkin the dairy free  peach ice cream would go along side this cake quite well. Only one way to tell 🙂

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Super Delicious Paleo Peach Cake,
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