- 420 g Woolworths Select No Added Salt Red Kidney Beans 420g can, drained (can yield = 260 g), 1069 kj / 255 cal
- 1 tablespoon water or coffee, 0 kj / 0 cal
- 1 tablespoon Queen Black Label Natural Vanilla Concentrated Extract:, 264 kj / 63 cal
- 70 g Nestle Baking Cocoa, 980 kj / 234 cal
- 1 teaspoon baking powder, 8 kj / 2 cal
- 1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda, 0 kj / 0 cal
- 1/4 teaspoon salt, 0 kj / 0 cal
- 125 g Goulburn Valley Puree Apple, 334 kj / 80 cal
- 5 Naturegg Simply Egg Whites Liquid Egg Whites, 310 kj / 74 cal
- 180 g Natvia 100% Natural Sweetener, 77 kj / 18 cal
In the TM, mill the Natvia (sugar substitute) into icing sugar - 10 sec, SP 9 - and set aside.
Puree the drained Red Kidney Beans, water/coffee, egg whites and vanilla extract until smooth - 30 sec, SP 7.
Scrape down the sides of the TM and puree again - approx 20 seconds, SP 7.
Add the apple puree (butter substitute) and Natvia - 30 sec, SP 5.
Add the remaining egg whites - 20 sec, SP 4.
Scrape down the sides of the TM.
Add bean mixture - 5 sec, SP 4.
Add the cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda, and salt and blend - 10 sec, SP 4.
Scrape down the sides of the TM and blend again - 10 sec, SP 4.
Pour batter into a lined and greased ring tin pan and bake in a 180 degree Celsius oven for 30 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.
Calorie Count: Using the above substituted ingredients, the total kilojoule/calorie count for 12 servings was 3042 kj, or 727 calories, which is for 253.5 kilojoules, or 60.5 calories for each serve.
Note: This is an extremely moist version of the original recipe. The baking tin (even a silicone one) would benefit from being lined with non-stick baking paper to make the cake removal easier and less likely to fall apart.
I used silicon muffin tins and made the recipe as muffins; the yield was 15 muffins (48 cal - with no icing/topping). The bottom of the muffins tended to stick to the base of the muffin tin and the top of the muffins were very unattractive but I didn't care as they still tasted outrageous, so I iced them with a vanilla/caramel/chocolate frosting... but don't forget that any frosting or topping you add will significantly increase the calorie count!
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