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Keto Macadamia Nut Passion Fruit Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting

Macadamia pound cake with a passion fruit and coconut cream cheese topping and filling. Topped with a white chocolate snowflake and a macadamia nut crumble on the side.
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.The fact that it is low carb blows my mind, but the flavor in this and the texture are amazing. This was the best dessert I’ve ever made.
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The sweetness of the coconut frosting, with the buttery flavor of the macadamia cake, topped and filled with the tart flavor of the passion fruit was a winning combo!  Since we haven’t been on vacation for a while I really wanted to create something I wouldn’t normally make at home, that gave us a slight vacay vibe for just a few minutes

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For the cake I used the Maui keto treats Macadamia pound cake. Prepared according to the instructions, with an extra 2 Tbsp of cream cheese, and coconut extract rather than vanilla.
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For the coconut frosting I used the same recipe as I did for the cookies the other day. I’ll get this recipe up on the post soon!
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For the passion fruit I recommend an un-sweetened passion fruit pulp with the seeds.  You can find this on Amazon in various forms.
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For the snow flake I used @choczero white chocolate chips melted with coconut oil.  I used a little sponge cut out in the shape of a snow flake to create the snowflake on parchment paper, and then piped the remaining chocolate to fill in the snow flake.  Discount code link in bio!
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I used a pearl luster spray from Wilton cakes to make the snowy tint on the snow flake and chopped macadamia nuts on the side.

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