Keto Recipes - Created Date : 10.1.2020
You can use this recipe for a 9¨ layer cake, cupcakes, and whatever else your heart desires!
I opted for cupcakes because they’re fun and easy to pack in my sweet daughter’s lunch box!
A few notes about this recipe:
1. Make sure your coffee is strong! It will not make your cake taste like coffee but it will enhance the chocolate flavor tenfold. If you’re using a Keurig (does anyone brew coffee the old fashioned way anymore?), there’s normally a button that says “strong” that will let you brew it stronger than normal.
2. To keep the carb count low enough for keto and to make these a small treat, I divided the batter into 24 small cupcakes. If you want a full size cupcake, see note #3, and double the macros.
3. I used a medium sized cookie scoop to divide out my batter. 2 scoops were the larger cupcakes and 1 scoop was the smaller cupcake.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Please note that macros were calculated using My Fitness Pal and the brands referenced. Altering ingredients or brands can change the macros for the recipe. Please verify your macros in a tracker to insure accuracy.
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Hi – I don’t normally comment on blogs but I just have to tell you I’ve made this cupcake recipe about six times since I found it this spring, and it is AH-MAZING It’s so delicious, always turns out perfectly, and even my non-keto friends like it. (I always send them the link! lol.) It’s become my go-to keto ‘treat’ – a half batch is perfect for my husband and I. Right now I’m trying it in a donut pan to see how that works. ?? Anyway, just wanted to say thank you for an amazing recipe, and for putting it out there for everyone to enjoy!
Top 10 Cookery Schools in America
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10. San Diego Culinary Institute
9. Sullivan University National Center for Hospitality Studies
8. Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts
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3. International Culinary Center
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1. Institute of Culinary Education