Keto Mug Cake | NO Almond Flour Or Coconut Flour Needed

This keto mug cake is made without almond flour and coconut flour, and it takes just 1 minute to make it in the microwave – but you can bake it too. Honestly, as far as low carb mug cakes go, this is definitely one of the best ones you can make – it’s rich, chocolatey, and just so darn delicious. And the entire cake has just 4 net carbs.


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Ingredients I Used In Today’s Recipe:

Sunflower Butter:

Unsweetened Cocoa Powder:


Confectioners Swerve:
Lakanto’s Monk Fruit:

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