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Chocolate Cake Day…Three indulgent Pack Hacks 

Chocolate Cake Day…Three indulgent Pack Hacks 

Today is Chocolate Cake Day, and you may be thinking there’s no way you can enjoy a chocolate cake whilst counting the calories, but we’re here to prove you wrong!  

We’ve dug out three delicious exante chocolate cake Pack Hacks from our archivesDon’t mind if we do! 

Kate’s Hot Fudgy Mug Cake Recipe: 

Kate's Fudgy Chocolate Cake

You will need:

exante Chocolate Shake Packet 

1 Small Egg 

 5g of Almond Flour 

2g Chocolate Drops (optional) 

1/2tsp Baking Powder 

50ml Water  

1/8tsp of Xanthan Gum (optional, but this helps give it a crumb texture) 


  1. Mix the exante Shake packet with baking powder and xanthan gum 
  2. Add the egg and water to get cake consistency 
  3. Pour mixture into a greased ramekin or oven proof dish 
  4. Add the chocolate drops if you’re choosing to use them! 
  5. Cook at 160 degrees for 10-15 mins depending on oven 
  6. Serve, and enjoy! 

Kate added a teaspoon of Greek yogurt for extra creaminess! In total, the ingredients added around 100 extra calories to the shake packet. 

Corrine’s Mint Chocolate Shake Cakes 

You will need: 

exante Chocolate Mint Shake 

1 egg  

3tbsps of water 


  1. Mix together all ingredients, dry and wet.  
  2. Pour into a greased muffin tin  
  3. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes at 160 degrees 
  4. Top with your favourite low-cal chocolate syrup 
  5. Serve, and enjoy! 

Kate’s White Chocolate and Raspberry Loaf Cake 

You will need: 

exante White Chocolate & Raspberry Shake 

 10g  Coconut Flour  

10g of Almond Flour 

1 tsp Baking Powder 

1/4 tsp Xanthan Gum  

½ tsp Vanilla Essense 

1 Egg 

100g 0% Fat Greek Yogurt 

100 ml Water 

Red Food Colouring  

1tsp Desiccated Coconut 


  1. Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl (except food colouring). Add the water slowly until you achieve a cake batter 
  2. Split the mixture into two and add a smidge of red food colouring to half the mixture 
  3. Pour into a greased loaf tin, swirling the two colours to create the coloured effect 
  4. Top with raspberries if desired 
  5. Bake in the oven at 160 degrees for 35 minutes 
  6. Sprinkle with a tsp of desiccated coconut 
  7. Serve and enjoy! 

Kate’s loaf cake made enough for 10 slices – that’s 42.6 calories and 3.9g carbs a slice. Yummy! 

Do you have a chocolate cake pack hack you’d like to share, or thinking of making some of these recipes? Tag us in your photos on Instagram or Facebook @exantediet – we love seeing what amazing recipes you come up with!  

Megan Edwards

Megan Edwards

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Megan is a Marketing student at the University of Liverpool. She enjoys travelling, skiing and long walks with her two golden retrievers, Henry and Chester. As a former lifeguard and swimming teacher, Megan loves being in and on the water and has recently started learning to sail and wakeboard. When on dry land, she keeps fit by working out at the gym and is a regular at salsa and yoga classes.