low carb chocolate cake
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- Eggs8 unit(s)
- Butter200 g
- Xylitol150 g
- Whole milk300 ml
- Peanut flour200 g
- Coconut Flour50 g
- 100% cocoa powder50 g
- Salt2 g
- Yeast1 tablespoon
- Can of sour cream1 unit(s)
- 100% cocoa powder40 g
- Xylitol4 tablespoon
- In the bowl of the mixer add the eggs, the ointment point butter, the xylitol, and beat until homogenized, add the milk, flour, salt and cocoa powder mix again until homogenized.
- Then, add the yeast and mix without beating. Bake in a preheated oven at 180°C until golden.
- In a pan, place the cream, still with the whey, the cocoa powder and the xylitol, mix and put it on the fire, still stirring, until you get a brigadeiro, taking off from the pan, but still soft.
- Unmold and cover the cake with the brigadeiro, serve warm or cold.
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Low Carb Chocolate Cake recipe by chef Leo Santos
The recipe for how to make low carb chocolate cake, in addition to being very practical and without complexity in preparation, is authored by chef Léo Santos, one of our many talented cooks who are part of the DeliRec platform here. He, who has already participated in the Masterchef Brasil program, is passionate about gastronomy and in his profile you can check out many other simple and delicious recipes for both everyday life and special occasions, such as his magnificent chocolate ice cream with coffee and low carb meringue. With it, you can also learn to make wonderful savory dishes, such as grilled fish with fennel purée and crackling in the airfryer. If you like to cook and love to learn new recipes, this will be the opportunity to delight everyone with your food, innovate and receive compliments in the kitchen!
Discover more about the history of chocolate cake!
Low carb recipes took over cooking, but even before this concept emerged, chocolate cake had been loved for years by many people. This snack/dessert that is always present at the Brazilian table was created centuries ago and there are several stories about its origin. It is said that most likely the cake was created in Ancient Egypt, being prepared with bread and fruit syrups and over time passed on to other civilizations and cultures, such as the Romans, who would have perfected the recipe of the Egyptians.
The famous chocolate would not have appeared next to the cake, but in America before the Colombian colonization and after much thought on how to serve this sweet, which until then was mostly consumed in the form of a drink, the English pastry chefs had the brilliant idea of mixing both .
Over the years, more and more versions of the chocolate cake have been invented, new ingredients and supplements have been introduced, and nowadays there are thousands of recipes teaching how to prepare this precious treat, which can be eaten plain or with ice cream, with more sauces. in addition to the topping, with strawberries and other fruits, with less sugar so that even those on a diet can enjoy it, among many other possibilities!