Australian swimmer Kirrily Edwards shares her healthy recipe for a chocolate peanut butter cake


Young athlete shares her recipe for a HEALTHY chocolate peanut butter cake – and you can make it in one minute without using an oven

  • Swimmer reveal how she makes a chocolate peanut butter cake in seconds 
  • Kirrily Edwards, from Sydney, shared her simple recipe for the shortcut dessert
  • She used flour, baking powder, peanut butter, milk, peanuts and choc chips
  • The 20-year-old combined all the ingredients and microwaved for one minute

A professional swimmer has revealed how she makes a ‘healthy’ chocolate peanut butter cake in just one minute without using an oven.

Kirrily Edwards, from Sydney, shared her simple recipe for the shortcut dessert using seven ingredients – including flour, baking powder, peanut butter, milk, crushed peanuts and dark chocolate chips.

To make the cake, the 20-year-old combined the dry and wet ingredients together, spooned the mixture into a ramekin and placed it in the microwave for just 60 seconds.

‘It only takes one minute to cook. An easy and tasty dessert that’s ready in 60 seconds… what more could you want?’ she wrote on Instagram.

A professional swimmer has revealed how she makes a ‘healthy’ chocolate peanut butter cake in just one minute – without using an oven

Kirrily Edwards shared her simple recipe for the shortcut dessert using seven ingredients

Kirrily Edwards shared her simple recipe for the shortcut dessert using seven ingredients

Choc-peanut butter cake recipe

INGREDIENTS 

3 tbsp all purpose flour

1/2 tsp baking powder

1 tbsp liquid sweetener

1 tbsp natural peanut butter 

3 tbsp milk of choice

Crushed peanuts

Dark choc chips

METHOD 

Combine dry ingredients. Add in remaining wet ingredients then combine well. Fold through peanuts and choc chips.

Transfer mixture into a ramekin and microwave for one minute. Serve hot.

In a bowl, she combined three tablespoons of all purpose flour and half a teaspoon of baking powder together. 

Next, she added all the wet ingredients – including one tablespoon of liquid sweetener, one tablespoon of natural peanut butter and three tablespoon of milk.

‘Then fold through peanuts and dark choc chips,’ she said.

Once the ingredients are well combined, she transferred the mixture into a ramekin and microwaved it for one minute.

‘Then it’s ready to enjoy,’ she added. 

Earlier this year, Kirrily shared the daily diet she follows to maintain her strength, stamina and incredible shape - and she still has dessert every night

Earlier this year, Kirrily shared the daily diet she follows to maintain her strength, stamina and incredible shape – and she still has dessert every night

Her post has since been liked more than 2,000 times, with many saying they couldn’t wait to try out her ‘easy and decadent’ recipe at home.

‘Yum this is the perfect little snack,’ one wrote, while another added: ‘This is so dreamy.’

One woman who tried the dessert at home offered her verdict, saying: ‘It’s the best one minute I have ever spent.’

Earlier this year, Kirrily shared the daily diet she follows to maintain her strength, stamina and incredible shape – and she still has dessert every night. 

She eats three main meals and three substantial snacks, with dishes including protein oats, vegetarian burgers, egg sandwiches and fruit salads. 

She explained how being healthy doesn’t mean you need to deprive yourself of the food you love.

‘It’s so important to nourish yourself with nutritious foods to feel energised, but it’s also important to eat foods that you enjoy,’ she told Daily Mail Australia in March.

‘All foods can be included in a healthy lifestyle, it’s all about balance and moderation, not restriction.’

What a swimmer eats in a day

Pre-training morning snack: Four Cruskit Light crackers with honey

Breakfast: Protein oatmeal with oats, chia seeds, almond milk, protein powder, maple syrup, blueberries, kiwi fruit and peanut butter, with a cup of coffee and almond milk

Lunch: Two English muffins with two fried eggs, baby spinach, half an avocado, Alfalfa sprouts, hummus and sea salt

Afternoon snack: Two mini homemade banana ‘Snickers’ bars and a bowl of red apple, Greek yoghurt, peanut butter and a handful of Cheerios

Dinner: Leftover pumpkin salad pressed into a burger patty inside a burger bun with mixed salad and sweet potato

Dessert: Watermelon and peach, and a Carman’s ‘cookies and cream’ flavoured protein bar

Source: Kirrily Edwards YouTube

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