There was quite a bit of thought that went into little A’s birthday cake. He’s still very leery of solids and eats only a few bites a day, so it didn’t really need to be anything too extravagant. I did have very specific requirements for the cake. It had to be paleo. With big A’s dietary restrictions, paleo tends to be the best choice for our family. 
When searching for paleo cakes though, I came across one issue. They were very, very egg heavy. Little A has had several reactions to eggs now, so we’ve been steering clear of them. For one or two eggs, I typically like to substitute with flax eggs, but that’s almost impossible when you get to a recipe that calls for 3-4 eggs. 
I knew little A wasn’t big into solids, so I decided to make these into cupcakes so we could all enjoy them. While he seemed to prefer the candle,
big A and I have been enjoying them for breakfast!

4 bananas, mashed
1/2 cup coconut flour
1/4 cup coconut sugar or honey
1/4 cup almond butter

Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl, and then pour into muffin tin. These muffins won’t rise, so I filled them all the way to the top. Bake at 350F for about 30 minutes, and enjoy!
Until next time, 

You Baby Me Mummy
Life with Baby Kicks
  • Oh yay, I hope you get the chance to make some! Be sure to let me know how they come out! <3

  • Oh wow, I've never heard of using white vinegar as an egg replacement! How much do you use for one egg, I will definitely have to give this one a try! No one cares about shininess in my house (; Heading over to check it out now-thanks xx

  • Great idea and perfect for me as not too many things going on X #effitfriday

  • Lovely! Happy Birthday A! He seem to really enjoyed the cake. I normally use white vinegar in replacement of eggs. It works wonder – except it doesn't have the shine at the end – but then who needs shininess when you can frost it on top! 😉 Do check out my blog for some delicious vegan cupcakes. 🙂 xx

    Thank you so much for linking up your lovely post with us. #FabFridayPost