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Chocolate Cake Recipe for Cholesterol.
This bitter chocolate cake recipe may be an option for those who like chocolate and have high cholesterol because it does not have foods with cholesterol, such as the egg, for example.
In addition, this cake does not have trans fats, but has about 6 gram of saturated fat and therefore should be consumed moderately.
The benefits of half-bitter chocolate to health are associated with a decrease in heart disease, but those who have high cholesterol must introduce raw fruits and vegetables into their food, because these foods are high in fiber and have no fat, while maintaining the remedy prescribed by the cardiologist.
3 tablespoons margarine becel;
1 glass of culinary sweetener;
1 cup of cornstarch;
4 tablespoons skimmed milk powder;
2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder;
½ cup of water;
1 tablespoon of baking powder.
Method of preparation.
Beat the margarine with the sweetener until it forms a cream. Separately, mix all the dried ones, except the yeast. Then, add to the margarine cream and add the water gradually. Finally, add the yeast. Bring to the preheated medium oven in an English cake form.
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