The perfect keto hot chocolate! This low-carb hot chocolate is an easy low-carb recipe with only 4 ingredients. It makes for a delicious velvety sugar-free drink for your cold mornings.
Made with almond milk, unsweetened cocoa powder, and stevia this is the BEST keto hot chocolate to start the day. All of that with only 4.3 grams of net carbs per serving
When mornings are getting colder and you need a little boost, there’s nothing better than a hot drink. This low-carb hot chocolate is the best swap to my keto bulletproof latte. I am a chocolate lover so this keto hot chocolate is a delicious alternative. I’ve had many requests for a sugar-free hot chocolate recipe, so time to share my vision of a creamy and dairy-free keto hot chocolate.
Let’s get this straight, regular hot chocolate is not keto-friendly because cow milk is an important source of carbs and a lot of traditional recipes also add raw sugar. But if you are asking the question, it must be because you are after a low-carb keto hot chocolate, right? Look no further, this recipe is the perfect keto hot chocolate!
This keto hot chocolate is a very simple recipe made with only 4 ingredients. These are what I use
Pretty simple, hot cocoa as the name tells you, is a light hot beverage made from cocoa powder, sweetener, and milk. On the opposite, hot chocolate is higher in fat, which is great on a keto diet to boost your macros. As it contains chocolate, it gives a creamy rich texture to your drink. In this recipe, I am using sugar-free stevia-sweetened chocolate. It contains no sugar and a good amount of fat that adds a delicious velvety texture to the drink.
You can of course serve your hot chocolate plain, with no topping. It will be light and delicious. But my advice, for a rich comforting drink, is to add a generous dollop of whipped coconut cream on top of your hot chocolate.
I am using canned coconut cream to keep my drink dairy-free. I scoop out the cream from the can, whip the cream in a cold mixing bowl with an electric whisk, and sweeten it with stevia drops.
You can also use regular whipped cream, provided it’s sugar-free. The must is to add chopped sugar-free dark chocolate on top. Make sure you combine the toppings with the drink to boost the creamy flavor of the drink.
This recipe is sponsored by Almond Breeze Made from the best California Almonds and I received a compensation to develop this recipe but note that I only recommend product I love and trust on this blog. Thank you.
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