Little Big Birthday Cake By Marciano Pauda

This little big birthday cake will change the phrase have your cake and eat it too! So the story behind the name is it’s little on calories but big on taste and size! This is a 6″ diamater cake and the pan for this can be found at a walmart in the baking isle! So lets get right into it!

Little Big Birthday Cake Ingredients your going to need are as follows:

Ingredients for the Cake:
30g Whey Protein Powder *Vanilla
15g Coconut Flour
60g Pure Pumpkin
30g Dannon light and fit greek yogurt *Vanilla
46g Egg Whites
1 Egg
¼ Cup zero calorie sweetener
3g Baking Soda
2 drops Vanilla extract

Ingredients for frosting:
6oz Dannon Light and Fit Greek Yogurt *Vanilla
10g Vanilla Whey Protien Powder
6g Fat Free/Sugar Free Jello Pudding Mix
5g Zero Cal Sweetener

3g Rainbow Sprinkles

Alright let’s get into making this Little Big Birthday Cake. 5 easy steps is all it takes.

1.) Add all cake ingredients into a bowl and mix.

2.) Pour mix into cake 6″ cake pan!

3.) Now bake at 350degrees for about 16-18min or when toothpick comes out clean

4.) While Cake is baking begin making frosting by adding in all frosting ingredients into a bowl and thourougly Mix!

5.) When your cake is done frost that baby up and don’t forget the sprinkles!

Huge thanks to Dustin for letting me share some of my love and passion for macro baking on his site! Don’t forget if you make it, be sure to tag me on insta! Love seeing the remakes and you can find me on insta as @macro_marciano and on FB as MacroMarciano. If you want more free macro friendly recipes you can check out the recipe blog on my site as well at” Thanks again now go enjoy this Little Big Birthday Cake!

Marciano Pauda

Nutrition Facts:
Serving size 1

Calories 452 Calories from Fat 72

Total Fats 8g
Saturated Fats 4g
Cholesterol 239mg
Sodium 611mg
Potassium 340mg
Total Carbohydrates 35g
Dietary Fiber 7g
Sugar 16g
Total Protein 60g

Vitamin A 128%
Vitamin C 6%
Calcium 31%
Iron 16%

Fats Make Us Fat?

Eating Fats directly will not make us Fat. Eating a diet high in Fats and high in Carbs (caloric surplus) can make us fat but not directly because of Fats. In fact research shows that a diet high in Fats but low in Carbs leads to more weight loss over low Fat diets.

I mean who doesn’t love eating some Fats? They include delicious foods in their own right like egg yolks, bacon, salmon, olive oil, nuts, salmon, whole fat yogurt, nut butters, cottage cheese, flaxseed. Fats that make already tasty foods a little more flavorful.

10 benefits of Fats;

1.) better body composition
2.) more muscle
3.) easier fat loss
4.) better reproductive health
5.) Better Brain Function & Mood with Less Risk of Depression
6.) Stronger Bones & Less Risk of Osteoporosis
7.) reduce cancer risk
8.) Better Cholesterol Ratio and Reduced Heart Disease Risk
9.) stronger immune system
10.) better eye and skin health

Simple Info:
Weight Loss: Caloric Deficit
Maintain: Maintenance Calories
Weight Gain: Caloric Surplus

Calculating Macros:
1g Carb = 4 calories
1g Protein = 4 calories
1g Fat = 9 calories


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