Keto Single Serve Cake

This beautiful Keto Single Serve Cake is sure to please you on just about any occasion!  Whether it is a for a birthday, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day – the choice is yours!

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Keto Single Serve Cake

 

Keto Single Serve Cake

I set out to create a single serve birthday cake or Mother’s Day cake or for any occasion, really!  

It was my birthday last week.  Hubby was on a 24 hour shift.  My older kiddos were gone for the night.  My 5 year old was sick.  Sigh…

So I decided to try to create a pretty keto single serve cake since I was the only one eating it.  

And then when it was done and I saw it, I immediately thought MOTHER’S DAY!

I mean, just look at how pretty this is!

 

Keto Single Serve Cake  

 

Or what about purple flowers?  I did that too!  Although I have to admit that even though purple is my favorite color, I prefer the pink flowers.  

They just look better!  

Have I made the disclaimer that I am not a cake froster?  I’m sure you could tell that already though!

 

Keto Single Serve Cake

 

Sweeteners

I chose to use Lakanto Monkfruit for this recipe.  It is probably my top sweetener of choice.  Followed closely by erythritol.

I often will use liquid stevia in combination with these two sweeteners but I didn’t have to with this one.  I made it several times, trying to get it down to the most yummy and least amount of ingredients!

 

Kitchen Essentials

Hand Beaters – You will need hand beaters for the frosting, not the cake part.  

Mug or Ramekin – I used a mug rather than my normal ramekins.  But these awesome little ramekins are useful for so many of my single serve recipe (see below)!

Mixing Bowls – I mean, you need at least one, right?

 

    Keto Single Serve Cake  

 

Tip #1

This cake is firm yet the frosting likes to grab when you spread it.  I made that mistake on the first one.  

On the second one, I warmed it up for about 7 seconds and that was just enough to make it spread easily without grabbing the cake.

It should be fine if your cream cheese is truly room temperature, but sometimes I jump the gun and use slighter colder cream cheese or butter and then pay the price later!

 

Tip #2

If it looks like it is bubbling over in the microwave, just open the door for 1 second and close and keep cooking.  It is enough to simmer it down a bit (just like taking the lid off a pot that is boiling over).

 

Other Single Serve Desserts You Might Like:

 

Peppermint Mug Cake

Lemon Mug Cake

Coconut Cream Pie Cups

Mint Chocolate Cream Cups    

 

Yield: 1 cake

Keto Single Serve Cake

Keto Single Serve Cake
A delightful single serve cake for any occasion! Birthdays and Mother's Day come to mind right away!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Additional Time 5 minutes
Total Time 11 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

CAKE:

  1. Add almond flour, coconut flour, monkfruit, and baking powder to a medium bowl and mix well.
  2. In a small bowl, add egg, heavy whipping cream, vanilla and almond and mix together until well combined.
  3. Add egg mixture to flour mixture and mix and fold with a spatula.
  4. Melt butter into mug and coat the bottom and sides. Remove excess.
  5. Add batter to mug and microwave for 90 seconds or until cooked.
  6. Lightly jiggle mug and flip upside down.
  7. Let cool

FROSTING:

  1. Combine all ingredients into small bowl and beat until creamy.
  2. I took a small portion out and colored it pink with coloring. This is optional.
  3. Be careful frosting the cake as it will be soft. Warming the frosting will help if needed!

Notes

Substitutions: If you don't have coconut flour, you can skip it and just add an extra tablespoon of almond flour!

Nutrition Information

Yield

1

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 653 Total Fat 66g Saturated Fat 40g Trans Fat 2g Unsaturated Fat 20g Cholesterol 355mg Sodium 689mg Carbohydrates 6g Fiber 1g Sugar 4g Protein 12g
Nutrition is calculated using a third party plug-in. It is best to always validate!

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