Low-Carb Victoria Sponge Cakes

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How pretty are these individual keto Victoria Sponges? Such a lovely addition to a fancy afternoon tea or even a dinner party keto dessert.

The vanilla cake used as a base for these cakes is one of my very favourite low-carb treats. Soft, moist and very vanilla-y, it’s delicious.

Add a luscious layer of my Raspberry Balsamic Chia Jam or any other sugar-free chia jam and some whipped cream and you have an official slice of heaven. Enjoy!

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Nutritional values (per serving)

3.6 grams 1.8 grams 6.1 grams 22.1 grams 9.7 grams 237 calories
Total Carbs5.4grams
Fiber1.8grams
Net Carbs3.6grams
Protein6.1grams
Fat22.1grams
of which Saturated9.7grams
Calories237kcal
Magnesium41mg (10% RDA)
Potassium155mg (8% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (6%), protein (10%), fat (84%)

Ingredients (makes 12 servings)

Vanilla Cake:
Filling:
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Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 175 °C/ 350 °F. Low-Carb Victoria Sponge Cakes
  2. Using a stand mixer, beat the Swerve with the room temperature, softened butter, until fluffy. Add room temperature, softened cream cheese and beat until combined.
    Low-Carb Victoria Sponge Cakes
  3. With the mixer on low, add the eggs one at a time, beating well in between each egg. Add vanilla.
  4. In a bowl, place almond flour, baking powder and salt. Add the dry ingredients into mixture and beat until combined.
    Low-Carb Victoria Sponge Cakes
  5. Grease and line one large (20-22 cm/ 9 inch) or six individual (11 cm/ 4.5 inch) springform pans. Pour batter into pans and bake for 45-60 minutes, checking the cakes(s) after 45 minutes of baking. Small cakes will take less time to cook than one large cake. Low-Carb Victoria Sponge Cakes
  6. Remove from oven and allow to cool. Low-Carb Victoria Sponge Cakes
  7. Once cool, remove from pan(s) and cut in half. Place cream and additional Swerve into bowl and whisk until firm whipped. Low-Carb Victoria Sponge Cakes
  8. Spread a layer of Raspberry Balsamic Jam on to one side of the cake (about 2 tbsp per sponge). Spread a layer of whipped cream on the other side and sandwich together.
    Low-Carb Victoria Sponge Cakes
  9. Dust with powdered Swerve, if desired. Serve a slice (if making one cake), or half of the mini cake (if making 6 mini sponges). Low-Carb Victoria Sponge Cakes
  10. Store in the refrigerator, in a container, for 2 days.
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An accomplished home cook who was diagnosed with an auto-immune disease eight years ago, Naomi started to explore the connection between healthy, whole food and her symptoms, and a new love was born.

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Comments (6)

I also need to know the pan size please.

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Hi Jayne, sizes clarified in step 5 😊

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What size pans?

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Hi Salena
Individual tin sizes are 11cm/4.5in
Single tin size is
20-22cm/9in
Cheers
Naomi

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Hello Naomi,
Thanks for a great recipe. If making in single springform tin, what size do you recommend?
Thanks

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Hi Carolyn, sizes clarified in step 5 😊

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