This Keto Raspberry Coffee Cake with sugar-free chocolate chips is a moist coconut flour cake to serve as a breakfast cake or at tea time. Plus, this keto coffee cake is gluten-free and dairy-free, so keep reading to learn more.
Keto Raspberry Coffee Cake with coconut flour
Calling all the coconut lovers with this moist coconut flour cake! And what’s better than coconut, fresh juicy raspberries, and chocolate, right?
Of course, I am using sugar-free stevia-sweetened chocolate chips in this recipe or that wouldn’t be a keto cake. Let’s see what you need to make this easy no-fail keto cake recipe with coconut flour:
- Coconut flour – make sure you are using fresh flour, with no lumps for precision.
- Unsweetened desiccated coconut – some coconut contains added sugar so check the ingredient list.
- Coconut cream – I love to use full-fat canned coconut cream to enhance the coconut flour of this raspberry coconut cake but heavy cream works as well.
- Coconut oil
- Eggs – at room temperature.
- Erythritol or any other keto sugar-free crystal sweetener you like.
- Baking powder
A moist coconut flour coffee cake
Coconut flour is one of the lowest-carb flour, perfect for keto baking. However, it can be dry out the cake recipe quickly if you don’t use the perfect balance of liquid/flour in a coconut flour recipe.
Here I am using lots of eggs, cream, and coconut oil to create the best moist coconut flour vanilla cake.
Plus, the addition of raspberries is a great way to add some extra moisture to the cake. If you are not a big fan of raspberries, you can choose any keto fruits you love to make this low-carb coconut flour cake.
I also tried strawberries and blueberries.
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Keto Raspberry Coffee Cake with Chocolate Chips
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- ¾ cup Raspberries fresh or frozen
- ¾ cup Sugar-free Chocolate Chips
- Preheat oven to 180°C (375°F).
- In a large mixing bowl, whisk together all the dry ingredients. Set aside.
- In another bowl, beat eggs with vanilla, coconut cream, and coconut oil. Make sure the eggs are not cold or they will solidify the coconut oil, resulting in oil lumps in your batter.
- Pour the liquid ingredients onto the dry ingredients and combine with a spatula for 1 minute or until the batter is consistent and the coconut flour fibers absorb the liquid.
- Transfer the batter into a square 9-inch x 9-inch baking pan, covered with a piece of oiled parchment paper.
- Sprinkle 1/4 cup unsweetened shredded coconut on top of the cake if desired.
- Bake 40-45 minutes at 180°C (375°F) or until the cake is set in the middle. Insert a skewer in the middle of the cake, if it comes out clean the cake is baked.
- Cool in the pan for 10 minutes then pull out the pieces of parchment paper to release and transfer the cake to a cooling rack. Cool for about 2-3 hours or until it reaches room temperature.
- Slice into 12 squares and store cake for up to 3 days in the fridge, in an airtight container.
- Freeze leftover in an airtight container and defrost the day before.
- When the cake is at room temperature, drizzle some melted sugar-free chocolate on top of the cake and extra coconut chip to decorate. This is optional, only suggested for a beautiful serving.
- Serve with unsweetened whipped cream on top and fresh raspberry
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