A Tea Party fit for a King: Our Favourite Coronation Pack Hacks  

coronation angel cake made from exante diet shake

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Happy Coronation Bank Holiday! The long weekend is almost upon us and it’s time to celebrate King Charles’ Coronation! If you’re anything like us, you’ll be hosting a BBQ, street party or garden festivities and might even fancy putting on a buffet or some party food.  

But what if I want to stay on track?

Don’t worry, you can still enjoy the royal fun this weekend even if you’re looking to stay on track. Check out a few of our favourite Party Pack Hacks below, perfect for anyone looking to cook up a storm this Coronation Weekend.  

Kate’s exante Coronation Angel Cake

vanilla angel cake with union jack fruit decoration

You will need:

To decorate…

  • Fresh strawberries , blueberries & fresh raspberries
  • 4 tbsp powdered erythritol (optional)
  • Almond milk


  1. Preheat the oven to 160°c
  2. Prepare a deep cake pan  or a deep sheet pan by lining it with parchment paper
  3. Use a wire sieve to sift the almond flour, exante shake packs , baking powder, & salt into a medium-sized bowl.
  4. Sift all ingredients together a second time and set aside.
  5. In a separate bowl, whip the egg whites and cream of tartar until frothy.
  6. As the whites begin to take shape, sprinkle in the sweetener while continuing to beat the egg whites.
  7. After the sweetener is added, pour in the vanilla flavour drops . Whip until stiff peaks form.
  8. Add about one-third of the sifted dry ingredients to the egg whites and gently fold. Repeat ,slowly until all of the dry ingredients are added.
  9. Fold the ingredients carefully so that the egg whites do not deflate.
  10. Place the batter into the prepared cake tin and gently smooth the top until even.
  11. Bake for 35-40 minutes or until the top is browned and springy to the touch. Let cool completely, before removing the cake from the pan. It needs this time to firm up. The cake may deflate slightly as it cools.
  12. Cut using a serrated knife as it will make cutting easier.
  13. Mix the powdered sweetener and almond milk together to form an icing and cover top of cake & arrange the fresh fruit as desired

coronation angel cake sliced open

(Please note: if you’re covering this with icing and fruit completely , eat it the same day as it soaks up icing. If you’re not then simply dust with icing as and when I eat it)

Kate’s Calorie Counted Coronation “quiche”

kate's coronation quiche made from the exante pizza mjix

For this one, the exante pizza mix is used. Mix together the base and topping, with 50g of Greek yoghurt.  Add the yogurt a little at a time to start forming a dough with your hands. This will become your quiche ‘pastry alternative’.

  • Pizza base & sauce mixed -202 calories
  • 50g 0% yogurt – 28 calories

Filling ingredients:

  • 100g light cream – 195 calories
  • 4 x small eggs – 216 calories
  • 60g light cheese – 180 calories
  • 100g Broad beans ( from tin) – 61 calories
  • Fresh tarragon
  • Salt & pepper


  1. Place a 20cm loose-bottomed tart tin on a baking sheet. Spray tin with low calorie oil.
  2. Lightly flour the work surface and roll out the “pastry alternative ” to a thin circle a little larger than the top of the tin and approximately 5mm thick.
  3. Carefully lift the “pastry” into the tin and gently press into the corners, taking care not to have any holes or the mixture could leak. (use a bit of the extra “pastry to fill holes best I could, just keep filling and make a “shell” as best you can)
  4. Cover and rest for a few mins in the fridge whilst you heat the oven to 170 fan
  5. Line the “pastry” case with greaseproof paper – to do this cut a disc of greaseproof paper larger than the tin, scrunch it into a ball (this makes it more pliable), then unwrap and place it in the pastry case. It should come above the sides. Fill with baking beans or uncooked rice and bake blind for 15-20 until  lightly golden and dry.
  6. Carefully remove the greaseproof paper and baking beans, and return to the oven for 5 minutes to dry the base.
  7. Reduce the oven temperature to 160C/140C fan/gas 3.
  8.  For the filling for coronation quiche, beat the cream, eggs and herbs with some seasoning.
  9. Scatter half of the low calorie grated cheese in the blind-baked base, top with the 100g Broad beans, then pour over the liquid mixture.
  10. If required, gently give the mixture a delicate stir to ensure the filling is evenly dispersed, but be careful not to damage the pastry case.
  11. Sprinkle over the remaining cheese. Place into the oven and bake for 20-30 minutes until set and very lightly golden.

The full quiche is 882 calories, which divided into 6 portions is only 147 calories a slice!

Kate says “I was sceptical about this flavour, but I’m absolutely hooked! – it’s really tasty!”

Kate’s Coronation Cucumber Sandwiches 

cucumber sandwiches made from exante soup bread

“If you have seen my page you will know that I like to make bread with my soup mixes. So what better time to make some cucumber sandwiches than for the coronation? It’s an easy 90 second microwave version for this one…”

You will need:

  • 1 exante diet mushroom soup packet
  • 1 tablespoon of almond flour
  • Half a teaspoon of baking powder
  • 1 small egg
  • Tablespoon of water to make the consistency just right


  1. Mix all the ingredients in a microwaveable square dish for 90 seconds. Check every 30 seconds to ensure it doesn’t overcook.
  2. Remove from the microwave when it is still slightly wet-looking at the top – it will finish off cooking as you’re cooling it.
  3. Once the bread has cooled, cut in half carefully to make “slices”. Fill with your desired sandwich filling. We’ve opted for cream cheese and cucumber.
  4. Serve and enjoy!

Strawberries & Cream Coronation Shake Cake

Is there anything more quintessentially British than strawberries and cream? Think Wimbledon and pure deliciousness for even less calories with this Strawberries & Cream-inspired Shake Cake. 

What you’ll need:   

  • 2 large eggs  
  • 100g plain, fat free yoghurt  
  • 50g melted butter  
  • 1 tsp baking powder 
  • 100g finely ground almond flour 
  • exante Strawberry shake (1 serving/sachet) 


  1. Preheat your oven to 175 degrees Celsius  
  2. Line a 6-cup muffin tin with 6 cupcake cases 
  3. In a large bowl, whisk the eggs, yoghurt and melted butter together, gradually adding the flour 
  4. Once the mixture looks smooth, add in one serving of your Strawberry shake and the baking powder, whisk again until smooth 
  5. Spoon the batter into the cupcake cases until almost full 
  6. Pop your cakes into the oven and bake until slightly browned on top and spongy to touch 
  7. Cool for 5 minutes  
  8. Decorate however you fancy & enjoy! 


Union Jack Coronation Waffles

Made by @exantebeachbabe2022 

Fly the flag for the UK with these light, lemony waffles, perfect for kickstarting your Coronation celebration breakfast.  

What you’ll need:  

  • Pancakes mix (1 sachet) 
  • Raspberries 
  • Blueberries  
  • Fat free yoghurt  

How to:  

  1. Mix your exante Pancakes to the packet instructions
  2. Pour into a waffle maker and cook for 1-3 minutes until golden and crispy 
  3. Allow your waffles to cool and top with fruit and yoghurt, arranging them in the shape of the Union Jack 

British Blueberry Scones

Made by @exantebeachbabe2022

While we may disagree on its pronunciation, as a nation, we all love tea and scones, right? Well, how about saying goodbye to calorific scones and switching to these super simple berry British scones?  

What you’ll need:  

 How to:  

  1. Preheat your oven to 180 
  2. Whisk the dry ingredients with the egg  
  3. Pour into cupcake cases and spray with fry light 
  4. Place 2-5 blueberries into each cupcake  
  5. Bake for 25 minutes 
  6. Cut in half, spread with fat free yoghurt & enjoy! 

And there you have it, all our favourite recipes for the perfect Coronation Party! Whether you’re spending a weekend in the garden, or hosting a party of your own, we can’t wait to see all your wonderful weekend plans! Don’t forget, we love to shout out all our favourite creations and images, so don’t forget to tag us in all your exante-related content on Instagram and Facebook! 

Katie Jerome

Katie Jerome

Writer and expert

Katie graduated from the University of Manchester in 2018 with a BSc in Marketing. Since leaving university, Katie enjoys discovering new recipes and making healthy food at home. As a follower of the exante 5:2 plan, Katie, who works in the Social & Content team knows first-hand the importance of a balanced lifestyle to reach an end goal.