Keto Protein Cake | Less Than 1 Net Carb Per Cake!

One of the most popular food trends in recent years is keto, an eating style that eliminates carbohydrates to help you reach your weight loss goals. This low carb cake recipe is made using protein powder and unsweetened cocoa powder for a chocolatey keto treat!

This keto protein cake is so easy to make and only has 1 net carb per cake! It’s perfect for breakfast, an afternoon snack, or dessert.

This recipe came to mind as I was driving home from work one day. I’ve been wanting to make some kind of cake for a long time, but I didn’t know how to go about it. I didn’t find it by searching recipes or testing. As I scrolled through my Instagram, I saw a few cakes that made me think I was destined to make the perfect keto cake. And we did. Our protein muffins contain less than one net carbohydrate and taste like a real meal, damn good. See below how I prepare them!

Protein desserts

The secret to this very low carb cake is the protein powder used. We use Isopure protein powder (Cookies and Cream are our favorites). Not only does it contain no carbs, but it has a lot of flavor and is really high quality (in our opinion!). The downside is that it’s a bit expensive, but considering all the benefits, we think it’s worth it! It should be noted that the nutritional value of the brownies will change if you use a different protein powder. When you focus on fat, as keto fanatics do, it’s easy to overlook protein intake. We even make fat bombs! Well, it’s time for protein desserts to take center stage for a change, so we created these bites of protein heaven!

Egg white birthday cake

We have a chocolate protein cake for chocolate lovers and a vanilla protein cake for vanilla lovers! Although Matt prefers chocolate – the chocolate icing was his idea – I prefer vanilla. But it’s better to have one of each! One trick to making the frosting creamy and smooth is to make sure the butter is at room temperature when you mix it. Cold butter is not only harder to mix, but it takes longer and has a slightly different texture. However, if you want to avoid the frosting, I suggest adding a few extra drops of stevia to the cake batter for a sweeter cake that looks more like a party cake!

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Protein cake

If, like us, you love using protein powder in your recipes, we recommend you try our Keto Macro Cakes or Matt’s Nutritious Mug Cakes! Both recipes contain Isopure protein powder and are quick to prepare. When dessert is as healthy and ketogenic-friendly as these protein cookies, it’s hard to say no.

Remember that the protein powder you use will not only change your diet, but also the taste of the brownies! This protein cake recipe will become your new favorite dessert recipe. Fat bombs away!

The recipe can be quickly added to MyFitnessPal – Search – Protein Cake.

Protein cake

Boost your protein levels with this moist and delicious protein cake recipe!

Total time 45 minutes

For 8 cakes

Calories per serving 192,25 kcal

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Cooking time: 30 minutes

Instructions:

Cupcake

  • Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl and set aside.
  • Mix room temperature butter, cream cheese and sour cream in a bowl.
  • Add the eggs, vanilla extract and liquid stevia and mix well.
  • Carefully fold the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients. Be careful not to mix too much! Bumps are normal.
  • Pour mixture into a loaf pan and bake at 325 degrees for 30 minutes.
  • Let cool, then cut in half lengthwise. Cut the two halves into 4 equal pieces, and then into another 4 equal pieces to make 8 mini cupcakes, as shown above! Have fun!

Nutritional information

Squirrel cake

Quantity per serving

Calories 192,25
Calories from fat 153

of the daily costs*.

Fat 17g26%.

Carbohydrates 5.25 g2%.

Fiber 4.5 g18%.

Protein 8.75 g18%.

* Daily percentages are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Dessert

Kitchen: Dessert.

Keywords: Protein cake

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This cake is a simple protein cake recipe that is less than 1 net carb per cake! The keto diet can be hard to stick with, but this recipe will help you stay on track.

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