Chocolate Lovers Unite with our Keto Double Chocolate Cake!

For our first bundt cake, we did pretty damn well!

But then, it’s pretty hard to go wrong when you’re working with 2 different kinds of chocolate. The two contrasting flavors of deep, rich dark chocolate and light, creamy milk chocolate are the perfect combination in this Double Chocolate Bundt Cake.

You can’t forget about texture though! Rich & creamy needs a little crunch. We got just that from Anthony’s Organic Cocoa Nibs. Cocoa nibs are very different from chocolate chips, though they look a bit alike. They are chocolate in its rawest form; a form in which chocolate can be truly appreciated. Cocoa nibs are dried, fermented bits of cacao beans and they taste slightly bitter and a bit fruity. When nibbled on alone, you sense the earthy, raw flavor of the cocoa beans, but when added to sweet desserts such as ice cream or this bundt cake, you get classic, potent chocolate flavor! Cocoa nibs are naturally sugar-free so they’re a perfect alternative to chocolate chips.

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Low Carb Double Chocolate Bundt Cake

We also used Anthony’s Organic Cocoa Butter Wafers to create our white chocolate glaze. They’re conveniently shaped to melt quickly and evenly and best of all: they’re 0 carbs. Cocoa butter is simply a natural fat extracted from cocoa beans. It’s used in white chocolate candy, baking and skincare! We added powdered erythritol to create a thick, white chocolate glaze to coat the top of our bundt cake. This added not only gorgeous contrast but a light touch of sweetness and flavor to the dark chocolate cake. Buy a bunch of these wafers as they are great to have on hand anytime you need to make a quick icing.

Anthony’s Goods provided a few products for us to sample after we loved the quality of their almond flour in our Keto Chocolate Chip Pancakes. We decided to use all three products in our Double Chocolate Bundt Cake – which by the way, came out amazing! Using almond flour provides a moist and rich texture that you just can’t get from regular wheat flour. It just so happens that almond flour is also low carb and low on the glycemic index. The texture of the cake was like a cross between a brownie and a cake. Its flavor was out of this world.

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Keto Double Chocolate Bundt Cake

Double Chocolate Bundt Cake - Low Carb & Sugar Free Cake Recipe
Double Chocolate Bundt Cake
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Macros per serving:
• 520 Calories
• 50g of Fat
• 10g of Protein
• 5g of Net Carbs
Serves
8 servings
Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
45 minutes
Serves
8 servings
Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
45 minutes
Double Chocolate Bundt Cake - Low Carb & Sugar Free Cake Recipe
Double Chocolate Bundt Cake
Votes: 123
Rating: 4.75
You:
Rate this recipe!
Print Recipe
Macros per serving:
• 520 Calories
• 50g of Fat
• 10g of Protein
• 5g of Net Carbs
Serves
8 servings
Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
45 minutes
Serves
8 servings
Prep Time
30 minutes
Cook Time
45 minutes
Servings: servings
Ingredients
Bundt Cake
White Chocolate Glaze
Topping
Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 350°F and start by whisking together 2 cups of Anthony's Blanched Almond Flour with your coconut flour, erythritol, baking soda and salt.
  2. In a small pot, heat together your butter, cocoa powder and water on medium heat. Whisk continuously unless combined and then take it off the heat.
  3. Pour in half your chocolate mixture into your dry ingredients and stir to combine. Once it's thick and difficult to stir, pour in the other half and combine.
  4. Add in 1 egg at a time to your bundt cake batter.
  5. Then add sour cream and vanilla extract and stir.
  6. Pour the batter into a greased bundt cake pan and bake for about 40-50 minutes or once a wooden skewer stuck into the middle comes out clean.
  7. While the cake is baking, prepare your white chocolate glaze. Melt 2 oz. of Anthony's Organic Cocoa Butter Wafers.
  8. To that, add your powdered erythritol and mix to combine. Add in heavy cream and vanilla extra and allow this mixture to chill in the fridge, stirring every 5 minutes.
  9. Once the white chocolate has chilled to the right consistency (thick and opaque in color), pulse it for a few seconds in a Nutribullet or blender until smooth. Tip: if your white chocolate gets too stiff, microwave it for a few seconds. Or let it sit in a warm water bath for a few minutes.
  10. When your bundt cake has baked to perfection, let it cool in the pan for about 10 minutes, Then invert it onto a plate or cooling rack on a baking sheet and let it cool completely.
  11. Once your cake is cool to the touch, glaze the cake. Take healing spoonfuls of your white chocolate glaze and let it drape over the top of the cake and onto the baking sheet.
    Double Chocolate Bundt Cake - Low Carb & Sugar Free Cake Recipe
  12. While the glaze is still wet, sprinkle Anthony's Organic Cocoa Nibs all over the cake. Let the glaze cool and harden and then you can dig in! Enjoy!
    Double Chocolate Bundt Cake - Low Carb & Sugar Free Cake Recipe
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