Keto Cake with NO SUGAR ADDED, and it’s FLOURLESS too! Today, I’ll show you how to make a Keto Chocolate Cake that tastes like “normal” Chocolate Cake, but has WAY LESS carbs. In fact, each slice of this cake only has 1.5g Net Carbs!!
So what did you think of the video? I really hope you got a lot out of it! I’m quite stoked to stumble upon it myself.
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It’s really a good idea to build up a diet-focused recipe library on your computer or device. So if you’ve chosen the ketogenic diet as your weight loss method, for example, then you ONLY want those types of recipes in your library… and nothing else.
Know what I mean?
I only bring this up because I’ve been guilty of hopping from one plan to the next myself. Why did I do this? Only one reason…
You’ll generally tend to develop pretty powerful cravings for whatever items your specific diet forbids you to consume, which a completely different lifestyle encourages. The grass always seems greener on the other side. They say it’s healthy, after all. So it should be okay, right? And let’s be honest here. Food videos are, in many instances, undeniably irresistible. 😉
Choose a lifestyle that you’re thrilled to stick with. That’s how long-term results will be achieved. While each diet is completely unique in its approach, many say that healthy food and a slight caloric deficit are really all it take to help you reach your goals.
I’m no diet or fitness guru, but I see merit in that. Eat clean, don’t stuff your face all the time, and the fat should come right off. Raising your activity levels will also prove beneficial (obviously).
This is clearly the world’s most popular weight loss advice. It probably earned its right to be!
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1 3/4 Cup (198g) Kirkland’s Blanched Almond Flour
1/3 Cup (25g) Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
2/3 Cup (100g) Confectioners Swerve
Heaping Tsp Baking Soda
Heaping Tsp Baking Powder
Pinch of Salt
3 Eggs (room temperature)
2 1/2 Tbsps (35g) Melted Coconut Oil
Heaping 1/4 Cup (75mL) Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
1 Tsp PURE Vanilla Extract
OPTIONAL KETO CHOCOLATE BUTTER CREAM FROSTING:
2 Sticks Butter (room temperature)
Just less than 1 Cup (125g) Confectioners Swerve
1 Cup (80g) Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
1/2 Cup (120mL) Vanilla Unsweetened Almond Milk
Preheat your oven to 350 Degrees.
Takeout the eggs and butter, and start bringing them up to room temperature.
Now, start adding all of the dry ingredients for the keto chocolate cake to a large bowl.
NOTE: I highly recommend weighing the ingredients out to the gram on a food scale for best results!
Mix and combine the dry ingredients, and then add the wet ingredients.
Fold the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients until a thick cake batter forms.
Once it does, coat a 7″ springform pan with baking spray and add the cake batter to the pan.
Once you’ve added the batter, spread it out evenly in the pan, and then bake it in the oven for 20-25 minutes.
The cake will be done when the edges of the cake just start to pull away from the pan itself.
While the cake is baking, make the frosting…if you’re making the frosting.
So, in a large bowl add the butter and then cream it with a hand mixer.
Once the butter is creamed, add all of the other ingredients into the bowl, and then fold them into one another until a thick frosting forms.
Now, when the cake is done baking let it cool down in the pan itself.
Once it’s cool, remover the outer ring of the springform pan, and then transfer the cake to a plate/cake stand flipping it upside down in the process.
Now, add the frosting, and use a frosting spatula to evenly distribute it around the keto cake.
Once the frosting is applied, the cake is done!
KETO CAKE MACROS (Recipe Makes 16)
1.5 NET CARBS