Low Carb Fondant/Fudge kind of Chocolate Cake.

Oh lord. I probably shouldn’t be sharing this with you guys. Don’t even click on it! Just look the other way while I sneak this amazing chocolate cake by you.

Photo by Mind the Home

Photo by Mind the Home

Low Carb Chocolate Cake (making that indulgence just a little easier)
This cake is high in energy and therefore serves a lot of people. I’d say 8-10.

Ingredients
200 g of chocolate of darker kind (I usually go with 60-70 %)
1 dl of sugar (2,5-3 tbsp of honey if you prefer)
1,5 dl (0,63 cups) of almond powder
2 tsp baking powder
150 g of butter (I imagine you can go with coconut fat and add some salt)
4 eggs
1 pinch of salt

This is how
1. Melt chocolate and butter in a pan (low heat). Be careful and stir a lot, chocolate easily burn.

2. Then, you whisk your eggs with an electric blender until they become a nice foam (I mean it, a foam!).

3. Pour chocolate mixture and all other ingredients in the eggs and blend.

4. Bake  8 minutes in preheated oven 190 C (374 F) hot air. If you don’t have hot air, just add 25 C (77 F) to the number.

5. Lukewarm, it will be runny and fondant sort of-ish -this is how I love to eat it. But don’t fright! If you prefer a fudge kind of texture, give it a 3-4 of hours in the fridge (I know this might be hard) and then it will have set into a beautiful, creamy and fudge kind of Chocolate Cake.

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. And this changed my entire evening. I was planning to have some boiled eggs and a banana, but now I have a sudden need for chocolate. I know I shouldn’t have clicked on it.

    • Emelie. The harm is already done. Damage control: Maybe get rid of the egg and go for a banana chocolate cake?

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