Devilishly Healthy Cocoa Blueberry Cake + Some Fun Free Stuff

I can tell you without hesitation that this cake is the best chocolate cake I’ve ever eaten…so there’s that….

A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options.

It’s safe to say that after nearly a half decade of using products made by NuNaturals brand that I not only trust their A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options.quality, but I rely on them for my kitchen.  I am truly addicted to their Vanilla Liquid Stevia.  I have been since I won a few bottles way back when in a Giveaway.  I remember being blown away at the difference in NuNaturals and other brands of stevia I’d tried.  A good difference.  And if you’ve spent any time here at Canned Time, you’ll recognize not only the brand name in so many of my recipes but you know the wonderful variety of new products that they keep developing to help out with a low sugar, low-calorie diet plan.  If you’re new to NuNaturals products, here’s a quick A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options.list of what they offer to help keep us healthier and dessert driven:

Alcohol Free Stevia, Vanilla Stevia, Clear Stevia CalmMind, Daily Energy, Daily Soy, Extra Energy, JointWell, LevelRight, Mental Energy Formula, NuStevia NoCarbs Blend, Sweet Health, Sweet-X, Throat Control Spray, NuStevia White Stevia, MoreFiber Stevia Baking Blend, PreSweet, NuGrain

Quite a list and their latest addition, Red Dutch Process Cocoa Powder is pure delight for me! NuNaturals Dutch Process Cocoa has a strong chocolaty taste. It is an intensely dark, red cocoa powder with a 22-24% fat content.

First my newest cake adventures and then on to a nice Giveaway chance for you all.

A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options.

A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options.

This cake needs very little description today other than it’s Devilishly decatent and rich.  Deep rich chocolate tones with a tiny touch of tang from the splash of vinegar.  It’s a low sugar recipe, thanks in part to NuNaturals products and has only 1 tsp of oil, coconut oil to grease the sides of your pan.  I used a glass baking dish with high sides so I used a touch of oil for the sides of my pan but feel free to adjust and illiminate the oil if you’d like.

A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options.

The blueberry granola topping is great but its optional if you’d like to create a super low sugar cake that’s still packed with flavor.

There is a bit of oil, healthier oil in moderation again from the tasty walnuts hidden inside but I think that they’re worth the extra effort to eat and enjoy this one as is.

A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options.

I made up a double batch of batter and baked a batch of muffins along with the cake for easy carry in my morning rush.  I prefer the cake for moisture but the muffins are too convenient to pass up.  The added granola crunch adds to the sweet chocolate cakey muffins, more like cupcakes to be sure.  Mornings are best with healthy guilt free ready-made snacks.  So cake for home but definitely muffins for travel.

A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options.

Devilishly Healthy Cocoa Blueberry Walnut Cake or Muffins
A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options.
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Dry
  1. 2 cups organic pastry flour
  2. 2 tsp baking soda
  3. 1 tsp baking powder
  4. 1 tsp sea salt
  5. 2 tsp cinnamon
  6. 1 cup NuNaturals brand Dutch Process Cocoa Powder
  7. 1 cup organic coconut sugar
Wet
  1. 2 1/2 cups non-dairy milk
  2. 1 tsp vanilla liquid stevia
  3. 2 tbs ground flax seed
  4. 2 tbs apple cider vinegar
Plus
  1. coconut oil for greasing pan
  2. 1 cup organic blueberries
  3. 3/4 cup non-dairy chocolate chips
  4. 1/2 cup walnuts, chopped
  5. 1/2 cup crushed granola and a bit more coconut sugar for topping
Instructions
  1. Grease the sides of your 9 inch cake pan or muffin tin with coconut oil.
  2. In a large bowl, sift together the dry ingredients except for the sugar. Add sugar and stir to blend and set aside.
  3. In a medium bowl, blend together the wet ingredients and allow to stand for 3-4 minutes to allow the flax to gel as an egg substitute. Make sure that your ingredients are all at room temperature and then combine wet with dry to form a thick, pudding like batter.
  4. Stir in the walnuts and chocolate chips and blueberries.
  5. Pour batter into cake pan or spoon into muffins tins to half full. Sprinkle with more berries, coconut sugar and granola for a crunchy topping.
  6. Bake Cake @400 degrees for 15 minutes then reduce heat to 300 and bake an additional 45 minutes.
  7. For Muffin/Cupcakes bake @400 for 15 minutes and test for doneness.
  8. Cool completely before cutting.
Notes
  1. Makes 1 cake 9 cake or about 2 dozen muffins depending on cup size.
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A devilishly moist and chocolatey rich cake that blends healthy ingredients with full flavored chocolate for a rich, light cake good enough for your pickiest guests or just enjoy a gigantic piece for yourself! Very low sugar with oil free options. 

NuNaturals is offering 4 of my readers, anywhere in the World, 4 products if they win!

plus everyone 

can receive SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on all orders placed on their website  :  www.nunaturals.com

When you get to the checkout page, just enter the DISCOUNT CODE of  :  BLG0616  and they will receive a  -15% DISCOUNT on their entire order. ( NOT to be combined with any other discounts. )

This discount remains EFFECTIVE UNTIL JUNE 30, 2016.

Online ordering customers may also receive FREE SHIPPING to the CONTINENTAL U.S. on all orders exceeding $ 35.00 after discounts.

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My 4 winning readers will EACH win:

 

In addition, the 4 winners will also receive a FREE BONUS  item.

The total retail value of each package is $ 70.00.

 

Enter below by leaving a comment letting us know about a favorite chocolate snack or dessert that you love.  

I’ll pick one of those treats to feature on the blog here next month as well.  

For extra entries,

 ‘LIKE’ the NuNaturals Facebook Page and then comment below letting me know you’ve “Liked” them.

The contest ends on March 20 and is open it all countries. 

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28 thoughts on “Devilishly Healthy Cocoa Blueberry Cake + Some Fun Free Stuff

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Looks spectacular Valerie. Thanks. I’m always up for chocolate and fresh fruit as well. If I choose this recipe for a post you’ll have to help me put your own twist in it too! Take care and good luck πŸ‘

  1. Maryann D.

    My daughter makes wonderful chocolate peanut butter cups. She melts chocolate and she puts it in a cup cake liner and adds any kind of nut butter and refrigerates them. I enjoy them a lot!

  2. Sharanya

    Angela, that cake looks amazing!! I love NuNaturals products and use their stevia extensively. My fav chocolate dessert would be tiramisu from this amazing vegan place called good karma cafe in NJ which I’m yet to recreate as my little guy wants it for his birthday cake
    Thanks for hosting this amazing giveaway!

  3. Nikki Roberts

    I have a vegan chocolate cake that is my absolute favorite that I make. I got the recipe from a little vegan place in KCMO. I can’t wait to try this one!! I really want to try the vanilla stevia, I don’t like the kind in packets in normal stores because it has a weird after taste. Thanks for the recipe!

  4. Tanja

    Thank you for this great giveaway! My favorite dessert is a healthy, vegan, and gluten-free chocolate cake with beets or zucchini to make the cake moist, healthy, and yummy. I love your Devilishly Healthy Cocoa Blueberry Walnut Cake or Muffins recipe and am going to try it out next weekend. Look delicious! I use vanilla essence and stevia all the time and would love to be introduced to NuNaturals. Thank you for your consideration and I would looooove to win!

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Fingers crossed for you Tanja πŸ‘ Beets and Zucchini must really keep your cake delicious. Hoping you enjoy this version as much and please let us know how it goes. Thanks so much for entering to win !

  5. Margaux

    Oh boy, those muffin-cakes look amazing! I love individually-sized treats so it’s easier to grab-n-go (or not slice too generously on sad days :p).

    Hmmm I love making homemade chocolate, but also chocolate “brownies” made with sweet potato purΓ©e and chickpeas or what not – basically healthy but oh so delicious and indulgent! OR my new favourite is simple cocoa pudding with either avo, pumpkin or sweet potato purΓ©e blended with cocoa and a bit of sweetener, along with some coffee powder or granola brittle on top. You can even freeze it for a while and it comes out super magical

    I love all of the NuNaturals products though; anything chocolate especially, like that amazing cocoa syrup! I have NuNaturals “liked” and “followed” pretty much on every social media outlet πŸ˜‰

    Thanks for this awesome giveaway! Fingers and toes crossed!

  6. Jennifer Huva

    My current favourite chocolate dessert is the quintuple chocolate Guiness Cheesecake with Baileys Ganache that I make every year for St.
    Patrick’s Day! Decidedly indulgent but… you have to have a treat every now and then, right? I made one for an early party this year and as my friend said, if I may be a bit naughty, “It’s an orgasm in my mouth”

  7. Terri Cole

    I don’t make many chocolate treats, because I’m a fat chick trying to be less fat, and I have no self control! Right now my main treat is 3 squares of 88% Endangered Species brand dark chocolate.

    I do love love a tiny bit of the NuNaturals Cocoa Syrup in my morning coffee though. Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Tanja

    Hi Angela, I am excited to say that I made your Devilishly Healthy Cocoa Blueberry Walnut Muffins and they taste delicious! However I wasn’t sure on the baking time for the muffins and realized that they after about 20 minutes that they were already done. I may have baked them a little too long as they are a bit dry but they still taste good and we love the juice blueberries and yummy chocolate flavor! Thanks for the great recipe!

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Ah and ovens are all a bit different. So sorry. Yeah mine were nice and spongy so I’m hoping you might try them again sometime and reduce the time 😒 Thanks so much for letting us know and I’m glad you were still able to eat them!!

      1. Tanja

        Thank you, Angela! I will definitely make them again! They are yummy even when they’re a bit dry, so they must be absolutely delicious when a it more spongy. Thank you again for the great recipe and amazing giveaway! Happy Spring! 🌞

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