This brightly flavored Lemon Loaf Cake is a versatile cake that’s been lightened up just in time for the warmer weather. I’ve trimmed over 1400 calories from my original recipe by using low-fat Greek yogurt to replace nearly 2/3 of the butter in the recipe. Fresh lemons bring the unmistakable flavor of summer to the cake. This one is far lighter than many other cakes since there is no calorie laden icing. A slice of this cake topped with seasonal berries makes an elegant lighter dessert that just can’t be beat. To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at www.ezgf.blogspot.com Ingredients list 1/2 cup butter, well softened 7 oz low fat Greek yogurt 1 ¼ cup sugar 1 tsp Vanilla 3 Eggs 2 cups Gluten Free Bisquick 1 lemon zest and 1tbs juice For additional free healthy dessert recipes, cooking tips and tutorials go to www.FaveHealthyRecipes.com To find this recipe at FaveHealthyRecipes go to www.favehealthyrecipes.com
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I “actually? do the recipe” in every video I make. My videos are comprised of still shots versus video clips. They’re akin to reading a cookbook without having to read with a ton more photos. At some point I may introduce video clips into the tutorials but at this point I don’t have the capabilities. Some other gluten free channels you may enjoy are GlutenFreeHome, GlutenFreeGigi, and GlutenFreeTips They all use video and may have a video production style that is more to your liking.
can you do a video where you actually do the recipe rather than just telling us by? picture. thanks
Thanks Shelly. I think you’ll love it. It has an nice dense pound cake consistency but a light lemon flavor. If you want it more lemony follow the advice at the end. I just defrosted the last piece last? night. So good.
This looks so good. Can’t wait to make it. Thanks for sharing this recipe.?
Anything smothered in whipped cream and? peaches would be awesome.
Thanks for dropping by Bow.
My Aunt would make a similar cake? , but she would smother it with whipped cream and peaches …..really good …!!!
wow, over 10yrs. I’m getting one. Thx? for the recommendation.
Mm, yum!! ? Me and my parents would appreciate this ..we hate too tooth achingly sweet and the yogurt would be divine!
Thanks Brenda. Hope your holiday weekend is? wonderful.
Hi Miss Gemini, I am using the KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer. The whole KitchenAid line is pretty good. I’ve had this machine for over a decade. Plus it’s a machine that can grow with? you over the years since they sell so many attachments for it (pasta maker, ice cream maker, sausage maker etc).
Thanks Lila. ? I’m trying to cut calories everywhere I can with bathing suit season starting this weekend.
This looks amazing! I love how you made it healthier? with the yogurt and I like the darker crust too – yum! 🙂
This? is the one cake I could eat by itself. It’s so good and not too sweet.
OMG!! this looks soo? good Anne! It looks so fluffy and soft and yummy and my mouth is watering, and I can’t wait to try it! I will die fora piece of that loaf right now!!! I love your presentation, but I bet it will be as good just by it self!!! OMG I’m trully drooling! This looks fantastic!
I am so craving a piece!! YUM!! It looks so moist and the fruit topping,, YUMMO! ;-)As always another awesome recipe from? Anna! Hug!!
First thing that goes here out of the? box is lemon danish LOL-I`m going to do this with coconut too they go great together .
Looks delicious. Btw, what kind of mixter? are you using? I need to get a good one soon. Thanks
It seems like the warm weather just screams for lemons.
I could go for some? lemon pie now that you mentioned it.
Well thats going onto the? favorite list -I love lemon cakes & pies , MMMMMMMMM .
It might work but I would suggest an all purpose gf flour blend that contains xanthan gum to keep the cake together. If the flour has no xanthan gum you’d need to add 1/2 tsp per cup of flour or 1 teaspoon total for this recipe. And you’d also need to add 1&1/2 tsp of baking powder to the flour as well to help with the leavening. If you do end up making this with substitutions, please come back and give an? update us with your results. I feel like we’re all learning this together. : )
Oh Yeah! It would? make an awesome coffee cake. Great idea.
Very Cool Anna. I know you’ll do an? awesome? job.
Your mom is lucky to have such an awesome daughter.
That would make? a Great Coffee Cake Anne!
I have to make this for my mom! She loves lemon bread!!?