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Keto chocolate gooey cake

Okay, so now is the time for chocolate. While you can choose from a number of chocolatesomething recipes here on My Sweet Keto, this is the number one recipe if you are into the gooey stuff. I’m talking crunchy on the outside and delightfully gooey, almost runny, on the inside. Not to mention the amount of chocolate! Have I mentioned chocolate?

Make sure you get some quality cocoa powder. Ordinary (kind of reddish color) or Dutch (darker color), whatever tastes best to you. This cake is not about rising up. At first, it does puff up as it is baked but collapses when cooled. That’s not wrong. On the contrary, it is the whole point of this heavenly chocolate dessert.

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Keto Kladdkaka

No, that is not a typo. It is rather one of Sweden’s most popular cakes. Kladdkaka is Sweedish for sticky cake. I have only discovered it recently. Been to this Scandinavian country on a couple of occasions years ago but didn’t get to try this. Now, I can close my eyes, remember the Swedish scenery and indulge in bites of its paradise. Low carb and keto-friendly version of Swedish paradise, that is!

Keto Kladdkaka No, that is not a typo. It is rather one of Sweden's most popular cakes. Kladdkaka is Sweedish for sticky cake. I have only discovered it recently. Been to this Scandinavian country on a couple of occasions years ago but didn't get to try this. Now, I can close my eyes, remember the Swedish scenery and indulge in bites of its paradise. Low carb and keto-friendly version of Swedish paradise, that is!

Gooey cake tips

My guess is you are reading this recipe because you like gooey. If so, make sure you don’t overbake the cake or it will become a dry chocolate sponge cake. Still delicious, though. This cake is so easy to make and bake, it should not be logistically impossible to prepare it just before your guests arrive. It is best served warm. If you don’t plan on having guests, I won’t blame you if the whole chocolate delight disappears anyhow. On the other hand, leftovers can always be heated up in a microwave on medium for 30 seconds.

Gooey fans, do not wait for too long; Go and bake this simple Sweedish chocolate delight!

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Keto gooey chocolate cake
One slice comes out to be approximately 125 Calories.

Fat: 11.2 g (of which Saturated: 7.0 g, MUFA's: 3.2 g),
Total Carbs: 3.0 g,
Fiber: 1.7 g,
Net Carbs: 1.3 g,
Protein: 3.6 g

Keto gooey chocolate cake
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Rating: 3.34
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Course dessert
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
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Ingredients
Course dessert
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
pieces
Ingredients
Keto gooey chocolate cake
Votes: 131
Rating: 3.34
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Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C) and lightly grease an approximately 7-inch springform pan.
  2. Melt the butter and set aside to cool slightly. Sift together the flour, cocoa powder, and salt, and mix thoroughly. Set aside.
    Keto chocolate gooey cake
  3. Using an electric whisk, whisk together the eggs, erythritol (plus optional stevia), and vanilla extract. Keep whisking for at least 3 minutes straight until you get a nice, pale and creamy mixture.
    Keto chocolate gooey cake
  4. Carefully fold the flour-cocoa mixture into the egg mixture and stir until just combined.
    Keto chocolate gooey cake
  5. Fold in the melted butter. Stir until fully incorporated and then pour into the prepared pan.
    Keto chocolate gooey cake
  6. Bake on the lower rack of the oven for 18 - 22 minutes until the center is lightly set. Don't overbake if you don't want a gooey and not a dry cake.
    Keto chocolate gooey cake
  7. Cool for 20 minutes on a wired rack. Serve warm. The cake can be stored in an airtight container for 4 days. Before serving, warm a piece in a microwave on medium for 30 seconds.

Keto Kladdkaka No, that is not a typo. It is rather one of Sweden's most popular cakes. Kladdkaka is Sweedish for sticky cake. I have only discovered it recently. Been to this Scandinavian country on a couple of occasions years ago but didn't get to try this. Now, I can close my eyes, remember the Swedish scenery and indulge in bites of its paradise. Low carb and keto-friendly version of Swedish paradise, that is!

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49 Comments

  1. My result was completely by mistake and absolutely wonderful oh, so I must share. So I began by putting the 3/4 cup of erythritol into the coffee bean grinder which turned it into the confectioners type pretty much instantly. Then I put the 1/2 cup of almond flour and quarter cup of cocoa powder into the coffee grinder and pulsed that for a few seconds and then dumped that into the already ground erythritol. Dumped the bowl of dry ingredients through the sifter to sift them together. Took the butter that I’d already melted and beat two eggs into it dump some, vanilla into that. Then poured the dry mixture into the wet mixture and stirred well with a spoon. Put into mini muffin tens and baked for 20 minutes. So I got all the ingredients right I just had not followed the steps well and it was too late to correct so I just mixed everything together without going through all those steps. And these couldn’t possibly be more wonderful. I wish I could share the pictures.

  2. So delicious, and so easy to make. Had this with cherry’s and Greek yogurt. Yummmmm

  3. Hi,
    For you 3/4 powdered sweetener, is the 3/4 before or after grinding it? If after how much do you use to start?
    Thank you so much

    • My Sweet Keto

      Hi, Tina. It’s 3/4 powdered, so after grinding. I would start with only 1/2 cup and taste for sweetness. It might be enough if it is a sweetener as sweet as sugar.

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