This is a high fiber,
antioxidant charged, low glycemic desert, and "lower" calorie
version of our original recipe.
Orange foods contain carotenoids, potent antioxidants that protect
you from heart disease and arthritis.
The type of winter squash is up
to you. My favorite is Red Kiri, but you have Hubbard (which is
sweet) or Acorn, or even a pumpkin. If you can't get fresh, you can
always use canned pumpkin.
PLEASE NOTE: This
is a lower calorie version. It also takes fewer eggs. Now eggs are
PROTEIN. You might want these in your diet. So, instead of the
Konjac Flour, just add 6 eggs instead of 2 (and the Konjac).
cup of coconut milk powder is 880 calories. However, 90% of
those calories come from coconut milk. These are good fats and when
watching caloric intake, you must consider this. You can always cut
the amount of coconut milk in this recipe in half, but remove an egg
or two since that's what's helping to make the liquids more solid.
Mix the Konjac Flour into the
coconut milk and then mash up all the ingredients and mix (in
your mixer) all the ingredients together.
You can lightly coat your cake pan or Pyrex with
a bit of coconut oil and liquid lecithin. Actually, if you are using Pyrex, you don't
have to grease it at all.
Bake at 350 degrees for around 45 minutes.
Stick a tooth pick into it. If it comes up clean, it's done.