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Welcome all! Papa G here. Today I present a
low carbohydrate twist on a carnival fair favorite. My ultra low carbohydrate funnel cake
recipe. Made with only a few ingredients and coming in at under a half a net
carbohydrate per cake, it’s an easy recipe to make and will
leave you with plenty of carbohydrate room for your daily macros. Let’s get started.
Begin by adding 3/4 of a cup of zero carbohydrate, unflavored protein powder to a
mixing bowl; a little salt; some xanthan gum; about 1/2 a teaspoon of ground
nutmeg; baking soda; and mix with a whisk to combine and remove any clumping. Now
add two egg whites; some sparkling water; vanilla extract; a liquid sugar
substitute equal to 2 tablespoons of regular sugar; and give that a mix until
everything is fully incorporated. Pour about 1/2 a cup of the mix into a
container that will make pouring easy. Something like this measuring cup works
great. In a skillet with oil heated to 375°F, slowly pour the batter into
the hot oil making a circular and zigzag design. Be careful not to pour too much.
Let the funnel cake cook for a couple of minutes or until golden brown and turn
to cook the other side. Flip again, if necessary, to ensure both
sides are golden brown. Remove from the oil and let drain on a paper towel.
Generously sprinkle the confectioner sugar substitute over the top. Serve warm
and enjoy! There you have it folks! My ultra low
carbohydrate funnel cake recipe. A wonderful low carbohydrate dessert. Who says you can’t have
your cake and eat it too? I hope you enjoyed this video. If you did,
please like and consider subscribing. I’ll have something new every week.
Thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time!

Randall Smitham