Chocolate Brownie Cake on a low carb diet?
You’re trying to limit your carb intake, so you can lose weight, improve your health or heal your body and that’s a great choice. If you think eating sweets on a keto diet it’s impossible, let me show you how you can make a delicious and super low carb (4g NET carbs) sweet treat.
This it’s a grain-free, gluten-free, keto-approved recipe that requires only a few ingredients and it’s done in less than 5 minutes.
When I’m having a sweet tooth, this low carb brownie cake recipe it’s my savior, so make sure you save it for later. It will help you stay on track and will make your journey a pleasure.
Let’s start with the ingredients you need for this amazing recipe.
- Coconut Flour
- 1 Egg
- Cocoa Power
- Grass-Fed Butter
- Some Whipping cream
- Almond milk or Water
- Your favorite sweetener
Once you gather all the ingredients, let’s go further and start cooking.
We’ll begin to combine the dry ingredients: the coconut flour, cocoa powder.
Add the sweetener. You can add more or less, depending on your taste.
Combine the wet ingredients: the melted butter, the beaten egg, the whipping cream and the almond milk. Make sure you use unsweetened almond milk.
Mix the dry and the wet ingredients together. If your mixture it’s too thick add more almond milk or water until it gets a nice brownie batter consistency.
Butter your favorite mug and pour the mixture. Place it in you microwave for 2-4 minutes (depending on the power of your microwave) or until your skewer comes out pretty clean. Mine took 3 minutes to be perfectly cooked.
When it’s ready, it should come out of your mug quickly. You can serve it directly from your cup, but I prefer to put mine on a plate and serve it with some dark chocolate, cinnamon and sometimes with coconut oil on top.
As you can see the consistency, it’s similar to the real chocolate brownie. Trust me, you’ll feel like eating the real thing. This is one of the recipes that I’m making almost every day. Sometimes I don’t even add sweetener because I like the bitter taste too. I love that the coconut flour absorbs the liquids well and it won’t be wet & eggy.
Imagine eating this keto mug cake with fresh whipped cream on top. Sounds divine?
To add the recipe in your MyFitnessPal – Search (click ) “Super Easy Keto Chocolate Brownie Mug Cake – Low Carb Spark“.
Let me know if you made this recipe and how it turned out. What are your favorite keto/ low carb desserts?