A tasty Keto Chocolate Fondue recipe which is extremely quick and easy to make.
This decadent recipe has a macro ratio of 7:1 and is definitely keto, sugar free and gluten free because it uses whole natural ingredients such as 100% cocoa, butter, coconut oil, cream, and monk fruit based sweetener.
This fondue is like a liquid fat bomb which can be enjoyed with fresh berries or my Naked Vanilla Sponge Cake. Any extra chocolate fondue can be frozen and reused.
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300 g (1 1/4 cups) heavy whipping cream
80 g (7 tbsp)
monk fruit sweetener
43 g (8 tbsp)
dutch processed cocoa powder
34 g (2 tbsp) unsalted butter
32 g (2 tbsp) coconut oil (unflavored or bus with MTC oil)
10 g (2 tsp)
pure vanilla extract
5 ml (1 tsp) instant unflavored coffee
1.5 g (1/4 tsp) salt – fine
1. Place a small pot onto the stovetop, and add about 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) of water. Bring to light boil, then lower the heat to maintain a slight simmer. Do this before you place your bowl with the chocolate ingredients on top
2. Weigh all your ingredients. Add all the ingredients to a bowl that will fit snugly over the pot with simmering water (a bain marie/double boiler). NOTE: use cocoa powder or if using a solid block of cocoa, grate or cut into small chunks (this makes it easier to melt the solid cocoa at a lower temperature without burning your cocoa). Place on top of the pot with the simmering water
3. Using a spatula or whisk, slowly and constantly stir until all the ingredients are melted and well combined. If mixture seems to be getting too hot, remove the bowl from the heat, place on counter and continue stirring/whisking until everything is melted and you have a rich glossy mixture
4. Pour the chocolate mixture into the fondue pot and serve
Accompaniments: YOUR CHOICE
5. Fresh fruit: strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, or other fruit with a low glycemic index and low carb load
6. Cubes of
Naked Vanilla Sponge Cake (sugar free, grain free and keto) – this cake is recommended because it has a firmer and better consistency when dipped into the chocolate fondue. ENJOY!