Desserts - Created Date : 15.5.2019
Low Carb Pumpkin Mug Cake
I've loaded a recipe for Keto Flourless Pumpkin Muffins based on a mug cake recipe I've worked on last week. The muffins are great to have in your hand, but when you want to make 5 or 6 not a single treat, mug cakes are quite handy!
I've used homemade almond butter for this recipe, but you can use it completely! I really like Artisana because it's nice and crispy.
This mug cake is sweetened with stevia which is my favorite sweetener and it is extremely easy to make! Traditionally, mug cakes baked in the microwave for 90 seconds, but it was not enough! 120 seconds is the way to go for this recipe!
You can eat this cake with whipped cream and chocolate without sugar! Yum! It's also pretty full, so you might not need to eat anything else for a while.
If you're looking for more pumpkin recipes, there are a few more on the blog:
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Low Carb Pumpkin Mug Cake
Quantity per serving (1 cake)
Calories 317 Calories from Oil 243
% Daily value *
Total Oils 27.05g42%
Saturated Fat 6.56g33
Multiple Unsaturated Fat
Monounsaturated fat 3.37g
Total Carbohydrates% 10.48g3
Diet Lif 5.4g22%
* Percentage of Daily Values ??is based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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