Delicious Keto Chocolate Cake
I’m so excited to share this Keto Chocolate Cake with you. Not only because it is the definition of lush and lovely, but also because it is better than the brownies and still part of my indulgences, with just five ingredients (which means it’s also perfect for you).Jump to Recipe
This chocolate cake is the reason my girlfriend fell in love with me. I didn’t have the skills to pull off a keto chocolate cake, but this one was easy enough so I made it.
Delicious and Nutritious
This torte is obviously homemade so it's delicious and nutritious. It goes great with the beef and broccoli main course.
And just because I cook/bake in a cast iron skillet doesn’t mean you have to, a similar sized cake pan or oven-safe baking dish will work just fine.
The only difference is you may end up with square servings of cake rather than slices and you may need to adjust the baking time just a smidge depending on the size of your bakeware.
Some folks are hesitant to cook certain things in cast iron because it supposedly holds onto flavors, but if your pan is well-seasoned you don't need to worry.
This flourless keto chocolate cake is perfect for any type of celebration; romantic date night, birthdays, Fridays, you name it.
And if you’ve read this far I’m going to let you in on a secret – take your leftovers and smush it all together, then roll out into smaller truffle sized balls. That allowed me to fit small bites of cake into my mouth easier.
Just divide the nutritional information of the leftovers by the number of balls and voila, quick easy bite-sized chocolaty goodness.
It also worked awesome as a road trip snack since the balls were a lot more portable than a slice of cake, no fork needed. No health issues when you use this recipe, either.
Keto Chocolate Cake
- 16 tbsp Salted Butter
- 15 oz Chocolate Chips
- 6 large Eggs
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1/2 cup Erythritol
- 1/2 oz cocoa powder for dusting
- Butter a 10.5″ skillet and preheat the oven to 350°. In a medium bowl melt the chocolate and butter together in the microwave in 30 second increments until smooth and glossy. In another medium bowl with a handheld mixer beat the eggs, erythritol, vanilla, and salt together until airy, about 8 minutes. Fold the chocolate into the egg mixture just until mixed. Pour the batter into the skillet and transfer to the oven. Bake for 25-35 minutes just until set, the middle should be slightly soft. Cool completely before removing from the pan to serve. Dust with cocoa if desired. NOTES:You can make this into 16 small servings if desired.
Curated in part from https://www.castironketo.net/blog/keto-flourless-chocolate-torte
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