Xylitol is a product made for diabetics. There is no sugar in any of the recipes, just Xylitol. Here is a sample of one of the recipes:
Chocolate Butter cream Frosting
6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
2 cups powdered xylitol, sifted (noticed that I was spelling xylitol wrong in my first post!! Duh!)
1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder, sifted
2-3 tablespoons fat-free milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Beat butter until creamy. Combine powdered xylitol and cocoa powder and gradually beat into butter alternately with milk until frosting reaches the desired consistency for spreading. Stir in vanilla extract. Yields 2 cups frosting
Calories: 38 per tablespoon
net carbs: 6.6g
The closest thing to a yellow cake that is in this cook book, is a sponge cake. Ruby, I just got in my e-mail that Xylitol USA is now making the closest thing to powdered sugar possible. Type into your browser that name: Xylitol USA. It will bring up their site and you can do some exploring.
Also, type into your browser Xylitol Yellow Cake Recipe and see what you come up with. If you can't find anything, I do have this sponge cake recipe.
I'm going to guess you'd be able to find xylitol in health food stores in bulk. I was just reading, however, that it is highly toxic to dogs, so if you have a dog make sure they don't get into it (3 grams can kill a 65 lb. dog! O_O!).