Peanut butter (Make sure you pick a peanut butter without added sugars and vegetable fats. Also look at the ratio of carbohydrates/100g, these may vary from brand to brand)
Whipped coconut cream
Chocolate sauce (never enough chocolate, right?)
Mix 130g almond flour with 20g coconut flour, a bit of the vanilla extract, 100g erythritol and 1 teaspoon baking soda. Mix until well-combined.
Beat 5 eggs in another bowl, add 100ml full cream, 40g melted butter and again some vanilla extract. Mix well.
Put the two bowls together and whisk until it forms itself into a dough.
Keep 1/3 of the dough separately and add the 2 tablespoons cacao powder, 30 ml cream and mix together. This will be your ‘chocolate dough’. The rest will be your ‘vanilla dough’.
Take a greased baking mold and cover with a layer of your vanilla dough. Afterwards put a spoon of chocolate dough on top. Switch until everything is finished. Use a skewer to make circles and to create the marble effect.
Finish with some pieces OKONO chocolate. Use as much as you want… It’s very nice to have a piece of cake with some almost-melted chocolate hidden in it.
Place into the oven for 40 minutes at 180°. Be careful: every oven is different, so you have to check on time if the cake is cooked properly. Take a skewer to check if it’s done.
Take a look at this crusty and delicious halloumi wrapped sandwiches. This oven baked dish really gives you that crunchy bite while enjoying the smooth melted cheesy halloumi. Try this out for yourself!