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Coconut Cake Calories and Nutrition Facts

This recipe makes one big loaf. I bet you could do mini loaves as well! Info is for 14 slices, and it includes the full-fat canned coconut milk. (Yes, there is a difference between canned and carton coconut milk. Do not use them interchangeably if a recipe calls for canned.)

Lower-calorie version:

I know some of you crazy-kins don’t like coconut milk or are afraid of the (healthy!) fats it contains. So I will tell you that you can substitute a different milk—such as almond milk or non-canned coconut milk—for all of the coconut milk called for in this recipe. Of course I recommend the full-fat version if you want the yummiest results, especially since it really doesn’t make that big of a difference per slice. But if you really want to try the lower-cal version, it can be done.


Nutrition Facts per slice:

  • Calories: 65 (or 50 calories per slice if using the lower-cal version)
  • Fat: 2 grams (or 0 grams if using the lower-cal version)
  • Cholesterol: 0 mg
  • Fiber: 1.5 grams
  • Carbs: 13.5 grams
  • Protein: 1.5 grams
  • weight watchers: 2 pts (new system) (1.5 pts if using lower-cal version)

Random fact: Thanks to the pineapple and spelt, this loaf is also very high in Manganese, supplying almost 30% of the RDA in one slice! (Maganese helps with the absorption of other nutrients, and it’s also good for bone health, thyroid function, and nerve health.)


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