The keto chocolate mousse recipe is a very simple and quick recipe for extremely delicious double-chocolate mousse. Ready in minutes! Highly addictive.
Chocolate is probably the most loved and the most desirable type of dessert on earth. The best thing about chocolate is that you can really have a lot of it (and in various different forms) on a keto diet with little or no guilt. There are literally thousands of recipes that will let you enjoy the wonderful chocolate taste without unnecessarily consuming sugar and carbs.
Today, I’m showing you one of my favorites. What am I talking about? Keto chocolate mousse with double chocolate taste and triple pleasure, of course. I’m a huge fan of chocolate so I tweaked the recipe in such a way that it tastes really awesome, has few carbs and isn’t a (huge) fat bomb.
My keto chocolate mousse looks exactly like regular chocolate mousse dessert you can order at restaurants or buy in cake shops. The only difference is that it tastes so much better, has few carbs and absolutely no sugar. What’s more, one serving has only 630 kcal and is a perfect keto fat bomb (63 g of fat).
Doesn’t my keto chocolate mousse look awesome? I know it does! The best news is that you can enjoy it in a few minutes from now.
Here is the macro math for the whole keto chocolate mousse dessert and per one serving. I made 3 servings out of these ingredients.The table show the exact macros for the whole dessert, one serving and each of its ingredients.
|COCOA POWDER||20 g||4.7 g||2.1 g||2.6 g||60 kcal|
|HEAVY WHIPPING CREAM||500 ml||8.5 g||180 g||20.5 g||1735 kcal|
|SUGAR-FREE CHOCOLATE||20 g||2.2 g||8 g||5.4 g||99 kcal|
|PER ONE SERVING||About 180 g||5.1 g||63 g||9.6 g||631 kcal|
|TOTALS||About 550 g||15.4 g||190 g||28.5 g||1894 kcal|
Total Calories/Per Serving: 1894 kcal/631 kcal
Total Protein/Per Serving: 15.4 g/5.1 g
Fat Per Glass/Per Serving: 190 g/63 g
Net Carbs/Per Serving: 28,5 g/9.6 g
Beat the cream until it gets solid.
Put aside 4 table spoons of whipped cream before adding cocoa powder if you want to use it for extra topping decoration. You can omit this step if you don't want two-color mousse.
Slowly add cocoa powder, stevia and/or erythritol and vanilla extract.
Blend all the ingredients. Do it slowly and be careful or your cream may collapse.
Pour your keto chocolate mousse into smaller bowls or glasses.
Add a tablespoon of whipped white cream on top of your chocolate mousse.
Grate your sugar-free chocolate and sprinkle the top of your mousse with it.
You can let your chocolate mousse rest in the fridge for an hour so that it becomes denser and has a clearer taste.
Feel free to change the amounts of ingredients to make your keto chocolate mousse darker, lighter, sweeter or less sweet. Be careful with beating the cream.
I’m doing my best to create and share as many delicious keto recipes as possible. More and more dessert recipes are coming and I’m working hard on creating them. Don’t forget to tell me how the mousse turned out for you and if you like it.
Would you add some other ingredient to this recipe? How would you change it? If you have any suggestions or questions, feel free to leave me your comments or contact me directly. I would love to hear from you.
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