An easy coconut flour mug cake with a deliciously moist, coconut crumb and coconut frosting. Bonus, this keto mug cake with coconut flour contains only 4.9 grams of net carbs per serving and it’s gluten-free and dairy-free.
Of course, you need to use the right ingredients to keep things very low-carb and high-fat but keep reading, and I will guide you through this in a sec!
But it is also a high fiber flour, meaning it absorbs liquid very quickly, and that is why you need to measure your flour with precision to prevent this coconut flour cake in a mug from becoming dry or crumbly.
You only need few basic ingredients to make a coconut flour keto mug cake. Let’s see what you need to make this lovely keto coconut mug cake in less than 5 minutes:
First, grease a tall coffee mug with coconut oil. The best coffee mug volume is 5 to 12 fl oz to prevent mug cakes from overflowing from the mug.
Then, in a mixing bowl, beat the egg, almond milk, cream, and vanilla extract. Add the coconut flour, sweetener, and whisk very well to create a smooth coconut flour mug cake batter with no lumps.
Transfer the batter to the microwave-safe coffee mug.
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Microwave on high for 60-90 seconds or until the coconut flour cake is set in the middle and rises.
This coconut flour mug cake recipe generally required a baking time of 60 seconds to 90 seconds. Baking time in the microwave very much depends on:
If you divide this recipe in half and cook the coconut mug cake in two separate mugs, the batter requires only 60 seconds of baking time.
The reason why you decrease baking time is to keep the cake moist and soft. If you intend to microwave the whole batch all at once, microwave your keto coconut flour mug cake for 9o seconds. Of course, some of you may not have a microwave, and that’s ok.
You can bake your coconut flour keto mug cake in greased ovenproof ramekins for 12-18 minutes at 180C (350F). You know the coconut flour mug cake is ready when the batter is set but still moist.
The best way to create a single-serve keto birthday cake with a mug cake recipe is to bake 2 similar cake layers and assemble them with keto frosting.
My favorite keto frosting is dairy-free, made of unsweetened coconut yogurt, unsweetened desiccated coconut, powdered erythritol, and stevia drops.
Actually, pure coconut yogurt is the best keto yogurt you can eat! It has no sugar, no dairy, meaning no lactose sugar.
It’s made of 100% coconut cream and probiotic, that is all. I recommend you check the ingredients list of your yogurt before buying, as some brands add starch or sugar!
You can also serve with mug cake with a:
If you don’t like coconut flour, you can replace it with almond flour, but you will need two times the amount called in the recipe to achieve the same texture.
I love to create a range of keto mug cake recipes for breakfast or a quick sweet craving snack. Enjoy some of the delicious keto mug cake flavors below: chocolate mug cake, lemon mug cake there’s a keto mug cake recipe for everyone on Sweetashoney!
Also, if you don’t like coconut flour, you can try my almond flour mug cake recipe instead.
As always, if you made this keto coconut flour mug cake recipe, share a comment or review below. You know how much I am in love with your recipe pics.
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