Pumpkin Spice 90 Second Cake is all the things you hope for to satisfy your need for sweet, pumpkiny goodness.
I am not a big dessert or sweet maker or eater but when I saw this recipe for Pumpkin Spice 90 Second Cake, I wanted to try it. Wow, I was not disappointed! I made it in a bowl instead of a mug and it was a great size to invert onto a plate for icing and serving.
The icing calls for vanilla but I am always so excited to get to the eating part that I forget to add it. I have not felt like it was missing it but if I ever remember, I will put it in there.
I have used xylitol and Pyure and they both worked great. (Caution: if you have dogs, xylitol is toxic to them!)
I also used my Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice. Since there is not actually any pumpkin in the recipe, the pumpkin pie spice is important.
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This recipe makes 1 serving.
Nutrition Facts: If you change anything at all, the below facts will not be 100% correct but will give you an idea. Based on exact serving size and all exact ingredients I used, nutrition information for each serving is as follows; Calories 497 Fat 47 g Sodium 366 mg Total Carbs 7 g Fiber 2 g Net Carbs 5 g Sugars 3 g Protein 12 g
I have done my best to find where this recipe came from but all I can tell you is that I adapted it slightly from a screenshot someone posted and said it came from Pinterest. I searched Pinterest and asked Google but have found nothing like it. The base is similar to the plain 90 second bread found at Inside Kelly’s Kitchen.
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3 tablespoons almond flour
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon sweetener
1 1/2 tablespoons butter melted
1/2 teaspoon pumpkin spice
Mix all ingredients in a microwave safe bowl
Microwave 90 seconds.
Invert onto a plate.
Cool slightly, slice and ice
1 tablespoon butter
1 1/2 tablespoons cream cheese
Microwave 30 seconds
Stir and add 2 tablespoons sweetener
Add a splash of vanilla if you like (opt)
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