Sift your coconut flour into a bowl. If you do not have a sifter, that’s fine, just try to get rid of the coconut flour clumps by pressing down a fork through the flour.
Add eggs and almond milk and either use a spoon to mix well or a hand mixer. Mix until smooth.
Then add the honey, vanilla extract, lemon juice, lemon zest, baking soda, and a pinch of salt. Mix well to combine.
Then fold in your blueberries carefully.
Grease your springform pans with coconut oil. I used two 4 inch springform pans. Cute little guys (got them on Joann’s Fabrics). You could also make these into muffins/cupcakes or maybe into one small/thin round cake!
Pour the mixture into the two greased pans.
Place on a baking sheet for even baking. And into the oven to bake for 35-40 minutes or until slightly brown on the top and cooked through in the middle. Do the toothpick test to check.
Let cake cool before removing them from the stringform pan.
While cakes are cooling, mix together the melted coconut butter, lemon juice, and honey until well mixed.
Pour frosting on top of cakes. Then eat. Because that’s what you do with cakes.
My parents danced to this song at their wedding. Many years later, my brother and his wife danced to this as well. This updated version by Ellie Goulding makes me think of both of these couples…and it’s just super beautiful! Enjoy!
I spent some time this past weekend with some of my girlfriends…and in a summer where there are so many weddings, baby showers and other things going on…well, this is a necessity. The weekend consisted of 4 ladies, a lake-side cottage, multiple bottles of wine (and other concoctions), girl-talk, a hot tub and lots of books! It was marvelous!
Most of my time at the cottage was spent waiting to read Bossypants by Tina Fey. Once it was my turn to read it, I couldn’t put it down! Tina Fey hilariously lets us in on different parts of her world, childhood and career. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and laughing at the ridiculousness of the situations she portrayed. 10 points for Tina Fey!
Thank God for friends who have cottages and great taste in reading material.
Lately I have been loving the mixes from my friends at 8tracks.com. There is so much new music out there to discover and enjoy. I am slowly realizing that finding great music for my friends and family to listen to has become one of my hobbies over the past few years. So thankfully I have found a website that helps me with this. :)
Note: I do not listen to every play-list on here, just ones with the cute titles and artists that I already listen to - so some of them don’t apply to my musical preferences…just FYI.