Mix together (immersion blender works great) butter, sweeteners and the eggs.
Add the ketochow, almond flour, baking powder, and cinnamon and blend again
Add carrots and blend for the last time.
Add batter to buttered pan or baking dish (see note)
Bake on 350 for 30-35 minutes or until cake bounces back when you touch it.
Blend with immersion or whip together until thick and smooth
You can make this in basically any kind of pan but the baking time will vary. I used a 10 inch round pan and also a cupcake pan with papers. My cupcakes took half the time. Makes roughly 16 cupcakes You may use one kind of sweetener if you wish.
Chocolate and Peanut Butter has got to be one of the greatest flavor combinations ever known. This little cake is just enough for one indulgent portion. Rich chocolate and silky peanut butter melting together in the perfect dessert.
Butter a small (about 6 ounce) oven proof ramekin or bowl
In a small bowl mix the peanut butter, unsalted butter, and confectioner’s sweetener together and set aside
In another bowl beat the egg, then mix in the melted butter, and vanilla extract
Add the keto chow, sweetener, cocoa powder and baking powder
Mix everything together until you have a smooth batter
Place about two-thirds of the batter in your prepared ramekin then put the peanut butter mixture in the center of the batter and press it down lightly. Push the square of chocolate chips into the center of the peanut butter.
Pour the rest of the batter over the peanut butter and smooth over so that the top is even and the peanut butter is completely covered.
Bake in the preheated oven for 20 minutes. The cake should be firm and slightly risen around the edges but still slightly soft in the center.
Allow the cake to cool for about five minutes. Gently pull it away from the edges of the ramekin. Top the ramekin with a small plate and turn it over gently shaking it if necessary, to release the cake.
Garnish with a sprinkle of confectioner’s sweetener and whipped cream if desired.
Like the southern classic this dessert features creamy pudding and crisp cookies in impressive layers. In my keto chow version banana pudding takes the place of the bananas, and lemon-snap cookies give the pudding a refreshing zing. Topped with a layer of vanilla pudding and a decorated with whipped cream it’s a light, luscious dessert that’s perfect for any spring gathering or Sunday brunch.
Place 2 cups of the heavy whipping cream in a large mixing bowl, sprinkle the banana keto chow and 1/4 cup of the sweetener over the cream and beat until it is completely mixed, has doubled in volume and has a creamy, pudding consistency. If it is too thick thin it by adding almond milk a tablespoon at a time until it is spreadable.
In a separate bowl repeat the process with the other two cups of heavy cream, the vanilla keto chow, the other 1/4 cup of sweetener and the teaspoon of vanilla extract.
Now you have a bowl of banana pudding and a bowl of vanilla pudding.
Line the bottom of an attractive bowl, or trifle dish with a layer of the lemon snap cookies, spread with the banana pudding over the cookies
Top the banana pudding with another layer of lemon cookies.
Spread the vanilla pudding over that layer.
Cover the dish with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
When ready to serve decorate with whipped cream, lemon curls and mint leaves.
Creamy, cool and elegant this old-fashioned gelatin brings back memories of root beer floats on hot summer days. The carbonated water lightens the gelatin and adds a little sparkle to the root beer. Try cherry, vanilla or even lime soda water to add another layer of flavor to this creamy delight. Equipment: Ring Mold
Summer is right around the corner and orange and vanilla is one of my favorite flavor combinations so I couldn’t resist making keto dreamsicles with my Orange Cream keto chow. The sour cream in this recipe gives the popsicles a little tang and the oil helps keep them creamy in the freezer. Equipment: popsicle molds, blender