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    Keto Chocolate Mug Cake

    Keto Chocolate Mug Cake

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    Keto Chocolate Mug Cake

    Did you know that desserts are on the keto diet?

    Like, really delicious desserts, namely this Keto Chocolate Mug Cake awesomeness!

    This flavor-rich dessert is also referred to as keto cake in a mug or keto mug cake.

    Whatever you call it, this cake is the perfect size for one, and it’s ready to eat in minutes!


    Keto Chocolate Cake for One

    Mug cakes are single-serving desserts with a cake-like texture.

    You can quickly cook them in a microwave using mugs or a similar container.

    That’s where the name, “keto chocolate mug cake” comes from.

    Also, with just a few steps, you can have a delicious cake all to yourself.

    And, since there’s only one serving, so you don’t have to worry about overindulging.

    This treat is low-carb as well as gluten-free and paleo friendly.

    So, the next time you need a little chocolate dessert, you have to try this easy-to-make treat.


    Make a Chocolate Mug Cake in the Oven

    If you want to use the oven instead of the microwave, you can still make this recipe in a matter of minutes.

    Follow steps 1-4 in the recipe, making sure to use an oven-safe ramekin.

    Then, bake at 350°F until the cake is set.

    Be sure to check the cake after 5 minutes, and don’t cook it longer than 10 minutes.

    The bake time maybe a bit longer, but you can still make a low carb, gluten free chocolate mug cake just as easily in the oven!

    Mug Cake Carb Count

    This recipe is for a 1-serving mug cake. 

    The serving has 9 grams of total carbs with 3 grams of fiber.

    This means the keto chocolate mug cake has 6 net carbs for the whole cake.

    If you want to serve it with whipped cream or berries, you’ll need to account for the extra carbs.


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