The Best Keto Chocolate Cake For Thanksgiving
I started to think about Thanksgiving and Christmas and what I could make for us that would keep us from falling off the Keto train, and it turns out, there are so many yummy looking Keto desserts!
Wondering how to make it through the holidays without blowing your healthy keto diet? Get the best low carb and keto chocolate Thanksgiving recipe here for a happy and indulgent holiday! Try this keto-friendly dessert now and see.
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HOW TO HAVE A LOW CARB THANKSGIVING
Are you still wondering what to cook for Thanksgiving this year? Or at least, what to cook that will fit your ketogenic diet and yet still be delicious enough to satisfy?
Never fear, I’ve got you covered.
Here is a delicious Thanksgiving keto cake to make for all your guests.
A super easy, no-bake tart with a chocolate crust, chocolate mousse filling, and a whipped cream topping.
An awesome low carb dessert that seems and tastes like you put some serious elbow grease into it, but that honestly only takes 30 minutes to whip up.
No-Bake Chocolate Mousse TartPrep Time
This is the creamiest, dreamiest low carb dessert ever.
Sugar-free chocolate mousse in a grain-free chocolate cookie crust.
It's no-bake and so easy to make!
Servings: 1 9-inch tart
Calories: 359 kcal
1 1/4 cups almond flour
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1/4 cup powdered Swerve Sweetener
5 tbsp butter melted
Chocolate Mousse Filling:
3/4 cup whipping cream
3/4 cup unsweetened nut milk
1/4 cup butter
3 ounces good-quality unsweetened dark chocolate chopped (do not use sweetened chocolate here, as your mousse may not set properly)
3 tbsp cocoa powder
6 tbsp powdered Swerve Sweetener
1/2 tsp espresso powder optional, boosts chocolate flavor
3 large eggs
1 cup whipping cream
2 tbsp powdered Swerve Sweetener
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 ounce dark sugar-free chocolate
WHY IS THANKSGIVING CELEBRATED WITH TURKEY?
Turkey has become the traditional Thanksgiving fare because at one time it was a rare treat.
During the 1830s, an eight- to ten-pound bird cost a day’s wages. Even though turkeys are affordable today, they still remain a celebratory symbol of bounty.
In fact, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin ate roast turkey in foil packets for their first meal on the Moon.
Lightly grease a 9-inch tart pan with a removable bottom.
In a medium bowl, whisk together the almond flour, cocoa powder, and sweetener. Add melted butter and stir until mixture clusters together.
Press firmly and evenly into the bottom and up sides of a prepared tart pan.
Refrigerate until filling is ready.
In a small pan, combine cream, almond or cashew milk, and butter.
Bring to a full boil and then remove from heat.
In a blender, combine unsweetened chocolate, cocoa powder, sweetener, and espresso powder.
Pour in scalded cream mixture and blend until smooth.
Add eggs and blend again until smooth (*if you are concerned about the eggs, use pasteurized shell eggs such as Safest Choice).
Pour into chilled crust and chill until firm, at least 1 hour. Gently press the tart pan from bottom to remove the sides and place it on a serving platter.
Beat whipping cream with sweetener and vanilla until it holds stiff peaks.
Spread over mousse to the edges of the tart.
Using a cheese grater, shave the dark chocolate over the whipping cream.
Let sit a bit in the refrigerator before serving.
Serves 12. Each serving has 3.91 g NET CARBS.
Food energy: 359kcal
Total fat: 33.46g
Calories from fat: 301
Total dietary fiber: 4.04g