This is an adaptation of the English cottage pudding recipe that my grandmother used to make for her kids.
Cottage pudding is actually a rich vanilla cake served with a sweet warm sauce. In this case, it’s blueberry vanilla cake with hot blueberry sauce poured over the top. It’s best to eat in a bowl, and with a spoon.
By using nut flours and stevia to sweeten this cottage pudding, each serving has just 8 total carbs. This is why, although the recipe could be considered ketogenic, I just call it low carb, because I know, and you will too when you taste it, that you’re totally going back for seconds.
tips & tricks
You’ll need to have some low carb baking ingredients on hand to make your cottage pudding low carb.
- almond flour
- coconut flour
- confectioner’s Swerve (no carb sweetener)
- Stevia glycerite
- xanthan gum
- guar gum
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