Keto Chocolate Frosting
This Keto Chocolate Frosting is an easy keto chocolate buttercream frosting to frost any keto cakes or keto cupcakes or to snack on and fixes your chocolate craving in a sec with only 0.3 grams of net carbs!
So keep reading to learn how to make this paleo frosting recipe now!
If you are craving chocolate frosting in the middle of the day, this keto chocolate icing will be your go-to keto chocolate frosting.
Is Chocolate Frosting Keto?
Classic chocolate frosting is delicious, but it’s normally made with powdered sugar, regular milk, and regular cocoa powder.
These three ingredients alone are loaded with sugar, bringing more than 50 grams of net carbs per serving of classic chocolate frosting.
It’s therefore not keto-friendly at all!
How To Make Keto Chocolate Frosting
This keto frosting recipe is not only low in carbs, but it’s also a paleo frosting for cakes.
The sugar-free frosting recipe is made of 5 easy healthy wholesome ingredients approved for both diets.
Let’s see what you need to make this easy healthy frosting recipe.
Making The Keto Chocolate Frosting
Making this keto cake frosting takes less than 10 minutes.
Start by adding the soft butter to a large mixing bowl.
Take your butter out of the fridge for two to three hours before using it for perfect softness. Butter, unlike other dairy products, doesn’t go bad quickly.
So you can safely have it on your counter.
Beat butter with an electric beater until light and fluffy about 30 to 40 seconds at a fast speed.
Stop the hand mixer and add the almond milk, powdered erythritol, and unsweetened cocoa powder.
Beat the low-carb chocolate frosting again, but this time on a slow-speed setting because the cocoa powder is very volatile.
Adjust the texture of your frosting with almond milk if it’s too thick.
Taste the keto frosting for sweetness. If it’s not sweet enough, add a few more stevia drops.
This recipe makes many servings, 36 of them to be precise. And each serving represents 2 tablespoons.
You can store your keto chocolate icing in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days.
But, you may not eat all this keto frosting recipe in 4 days, so I recommend freezing your frosting in an ice cube tray.
Fill each ice cube tray with 2 tablespoons of frosting and freeze.
When your chocolate frosting craving is coming, defrost 1 ice cube, it will take just 1 hour to get soft at room temperature.
Another option is to thaw your snack the day before in the fridge.
Note that this recipe is not soft straight out of the fridge! It softens at room temperature as butter solidifies in the fridge.
Using Keto Chocolate Buttercream Frosting
There are many options for using this keto frosting.
First, on its own as a keto snack to reach your fat macros. In fact, 2 tablespoons of this healthy frosting will get you 10 grams of fat for only 100 kcal and 0.8 grams of net carbs!
It means this is the perfect healthy sweet keto snack.
Finally, you can use this frosting on top of a keto chocolate mug cake!
Frequently Asked Questions
You can add a few drops of vanilla extract to slightly alter the taste.
Yes, a powdered sweetener can work instead of stevia drops. Pour 2-3 tablespoons of sweetener.
Yes, you can swap the butter for vegan butter to make the vegan low-carb frosting.
Yes, you can place this frosting in the freezer. I recommend using ice cube trays for easy thawing in the refrigerator.
Yes, this frosting can be put in a piping bag, but make sure to use a large tip.
Classic Chocolate Frosting contains more than 50 grams of carbs per serving. This keto frosting recipe only has 0.8 grams of net carbs per serving!
The frosting is normally thicker, fluffier, and airier than icing. Icing is thicker and shiny.
You can thicken the keto frosting by adding more butter or almond butter.
More Keto Frosting And Mousse Recipes
If you like this frosting, you can make these other mousse and pudding recipes for a snack!
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Keto Chocolate Frosting
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