Almond Butter Cake | Masala Monk

Almond Butter Cake | Masala Monk

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This Almond Butter Cake is the most delicious almond-flavored butter cake. It’s the perfect cake for a dinner party or having as a snack with coffee.

Almond Butter Cake | Masala Monk

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For this recipe, I used Almond Butter, which is 100% natural and no extra sweetness added to it. And by adding just a small amount of almond butter to the batter, the cake tasted just amazing.

Almond Butter Cake | Masala Monk


I have another recipe made of almond flour, do check that out too. here is the link for the recipe Eggless Almond Cake

As usual, this recipe is simple, as it is made with readily available ingredients.  

so lets quickly check out the ingredients


  1. Three eggs at room temperature
  2. 3/4 sugar
  3. 2 Tbsp Almond Butter
  4. 2 tsp vanilla essence
  5. 1 1/2 cups of flour/ maida
  6. 2 tsp baking powder
  7. 1/4 tsp baking soda 
  8. pinch of salt

This is a Hazell free and can be made in a single bowl just like my any other recipes. 

Almond Butter Cake Video 

Why Almond Butter:

This cake is more like a cookie-cake- dense, but soft and very flavorful. If you like almond-flavor, this is for you.

This is the perfect elegant dessert for a special occasion. It’s a little bit fancy, and it’s so beautiful to serve to guests.

The cake is decadent on the almond flavor, so if you’re a lover of almonds, then you’re going to love this cake! Almond butter gives it such great taste; you can also put a layer of sliced almonds baked on top.

Weighing ingredients before baking the almond cake


It is always essential to weigh your ingredients with baking. Most of you know how much I stress the importance of this. When somebody tells me their cake didn’t rise or the texture didn’t look like my photos, my first question is always, “Did you follow the recipe and did you use a scale?” We all measure differently with cups, which is normal. The difference between adding too much or not enough flour will affect the resultBaking is a science. Period. That doesn’t mean that subs can’t work, which is why I often list them, but it does mean, in most cases, it won’t work as correctly as the written recipe.

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