This is a spin off from my Keto Cakelets; I simply replaced the almond extract with Lemon extract. I also did not use little cakelet molds but rather a pan with an indentation designed just for fillings.
Recipe 1/3 Cup Milk or Cream 1-1/2 tsp Lemon Extract 2/3 Cup Butter chocolate or Real Margarine 2/3 Cup Lakanto Monk Fruit 3 large EB Eggs 1 Cup Almond Flour 1/4 Cup all-purpose Flour 1-1/4 tsp Baking Powder 1/8 tsp salt
Heat your oven to 350. Mix in the Eggs, Butter and Monk Fruit until smooth. Add the Cream and dry ingredients, blend until smooth again. Add in the Lemon Extract, and pour into your prepared pan. Bake for about 20 minutes at 350° F.
Once the cake is cooled (I squished my warm cake into this heart shaped pan, so that when cooled, it will retain the heart shape) prepare some sugar-free instant pudding with 2 cups cream, and 1/2 cup milk. Spread over the top, and decorate as desired.
Living the Keto lifestyle here, just trying to be able to fit into my clothes, LOL. Found a recipe in The Cake Bible for a Flourless Chocolate Torte. It was a good start for those who are gluten free and going keto, but I decided to go one better and make it Super Keto friendly, and managed to remove almost all carbs, by substituting in sugar-free chocolate chips and Swerve. It turned out really well!
Since I am the cake decorator extraordinaire, I put some gumpaste roses on top to pretty it up for Thanksgiving.
It’s super easy! Just remember to take it out of the oven on time!
Flourless Sugar-Free Chocolate Torte
3 eggs One bag sugar free chocolate chips (10 oz) 1/2 cup powdered cocoa 3/4 cup Lakantos Monk Fruit One stick margarine or butter (with salt) 1 tsp vanilla extract
Melt the butter in the microwave (30 secs. on high). Add the chocolate chips and stir until completely incorporated with the butter. If needed, zap it another 20 seconds or so, and stir until very very smooth. Mix up the eggs, Lakanto Monk Fruit and powdered cocoa, add in the chocolate-chip/butter mixture, and then stir in the vanilla. Pour into a well greased 9” round cake pan. (I like to make mine in a spring-form pan for easy release.)
Bake 25 minutes at 350° – remove and let cool.
3/4 cup Heavy Whipping Cream One 10oz. bag sugar-free chocolate-chips
Heat in microwave one minute on high, and then gently stir well, until you have a lovely smooth syrup. Pour over the cooled Torte and serve!
You probably have about 8-10 carbs per slice, assuming you can eat 1/8th of this very rich Torte!
I wanted cake for my birthday, but didn’t want to “blow the bank”, so I modified a family favorite. It IS cake, and you COULD put candles in it, but we didn’t want to set the house on fire, so….no. Besides, the surface was kinda firm, but could’ve been potentially wobbly!
Start off with one of those cake pans that has an indentation for a filling. (Example shown above)
5 EB XL eggs 1 cup almond flour & 1/4 cup all-purpose flour, 4oz baking chocolate, melted 2/3 cup Monk Fruit 4 Tablespoons Coconut Oil 1-3/8 tsp Xanthen Gum (optional, for more dense brownie texture, omit) 1-3/8 tsp Baking Powder 3/8 tsp salt 1-1/2 tsp real vanilla extract
Mix all the dry ingredients together while melting your baking chocolate. Blend in the eggs and oil until smooth, and then add the melted baking chocolate last. Pour into well greased pan, and bake about 25 minutes at 350.
While the cake is baking, prepare the fruit topping. Two packages of fresh raspberries, or about 1-1/2 to 2 cups frozen (bring to room temperature). Place in microwave safe bowl with 1/2 cup Monk Fruit, and cook 2 minutes on high. Stir and repeat. Take about 1/2 package of Knox unflavored gelatin, and sprinkle it over a tsp of lemon juice, stir it in, and add it to the raspberries. Cook one more minute on high in the microwave, and then set it aside to cool. It sets very quickly in the refrigerator, if you would like.
When the cake is cool, prepare a small box of sugar-free cheesecake flavored pudding mix with 2 cups whipping cream, and 1/2 cup milk. Whip until fluffy, and spoon into the well of the cake.
Now spoon on the raspberry pie filling. Refrigerate until you are ready to serve.
Voila! (Let them eat cake!)
***Small disclaimer: remember, baked goods which use Xanthen gum taste best in the first 24-48 hours. They sink and become very dense if left for too long, so don’t be ashamed to share your treat with others!
I have always loved Pavlova, from its origins (Anna Pavlova) it has enchanted me, and it is not only delightful in appearance, but light and decadent at the same time. Perfect for a Bridal or Baby Shower, or even something to treat your favorite guy! (Fathers Day is coming up!)
My version has zero sugar, except for the fructose naturally occurring in your chosen fruit. Colorful berries are full of anti-oxidants, and very pleasing to the eye.
Start off by tracing circles on some parchment paper, these are about 5” in diameter. Then turn your oven on to 250°F. Take your eggs and place them into warm water to get them closer to room temperature. Once the eggs have come to room temperature you can start mixing things together.
2 EB eggs whites (extra large)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla (I used Wilton Clear Vanilla, because I love the extra white look of the Pavlova)
1 teaspoon corn starch (Optional)
1/2 teaspoon of Cream of Tartar
1/2 cup Lakanto Monkfruit
Begin blending at a low speed, and continue increasing the speed until whipped well to fairly firm peaks. Then place the meringue into a piping bag, and fill in the circles you drew on the parchment paper. Bake 40 minutes at 250°, then turn the oven off, and leave them to set for another couple of hours, still in the oven.
Take a small box of Jello brand sugar-free Cheesecake or White Chocolate pudding mix, and mix with 2 cups of real whipping cream and 1/2 cup cold water, to very stiff peaks.
When you’re ready to serve the Pavlovas, lift them off the parchment with a wide spatula, and place them on a plate. Put a very generous amount of your sugar-free pudding all over the top, and then drop your favorite berries on top of the pudding. My choice was blackberries, raspberries, and crushed strawberries. You could also add blueberries, or even go with mangoes and peaches!