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.
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 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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By Carine from Sweetashoney
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