Our Top Keto Valentine's Day Recipes
Treat that special someone to some low sugar delights this Valentine’s Day…or any day for that matter!
We have collated our favourite Keto Valentine’s Day Recipes from our favourite ketogenic authors and recipe creators: Martina Slajerova, Jo Harding and Katrin Nürnberger.
Martina's Low-Carb Valentine Chocolate Strawberry Hearts
This is a quick and easy low-carb and keto recipe for Valentine’s Day that can be enjoyed as a treat or used as a cute edible gift!
Martina uses freeze-dried strawberry powder but you can use any freeze-dried berry powder you like. Other flavours, such as raspberry or cherry will also work great. As you will find out, a small amount of berry powder is enough to give the chocolates a beautiful colour and flavour.
Katrin's Keto Chocolate Lava Cake
A deliciously rich low carb chocolate lava cake with a gooey molten centre. Only 5 ingredients and sugar free! Keto and diabetic-friendly.
Who doesn’t like a chocolate lave cake? Especially when it’s a totally guilt-free, sugar free low carb chocolate lava cake?
This keto lava cake, to Katrin, is romance in the form of food! And we take her word for it! Feeling like a bit of romance on your table?
Let’s delve right into the nerdy details of Keto lava cake-making. You can find the recipe over at Sugar Free Londoner.
Jo's Easy Vegan Chocolate Avocado Mousse
For Jo, this easy vegan recipe started life as a rich decadent ‘to die for’ chocolate torte followed by ideas of a romantic praline truffle cake with a gooey self saucing centre…to end up as a speedy 5-ingredient Vegan Chocolate Avocado Mousse. What can Jo say? Her cravings got the better of her! Good things come to those who don’t wait today! Here is the recipe.
Our Own Ketogenic Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe
A raw vegan delectable and nutritious keto cheescake that you’ll want to make again and again!
Makes 8 Servings
For the ‘cheese’ cake:
100g of 100% dark Chocolate, such as montezuma absolute black
5 ripe avocados
6-8 drops liquid stevia to taste vanilla essence
cinnamon for sprinkling
For the base:
50g crushed almonds, hazelnuts or macadamias 2 tbsps cacao nibs
2 tbsps almond butter
50g coconut flakes
1 tsp cinnamon
a pinch of salt
1 tsp chia seeds
5 tbsps melted coconut oil
1. Mix all of the base ingredients together by hand or in a food processor until fully combined.
2. Line a cake tin with baking paper and
spoon in the base mixture. Press the base mixture down until evenly spread out in the tin. Leave in the fridge to set for 5 to 10 minutes.
3. Set a pan on low heat and melt the chocolate.
4. Scoop out the avocado flesh.
5. In a blender or food processor, pour in all of the ‘cheese’ cake ingredients and
thoroughly combine until smooth.
6. Remove the cake base tin from the
fridge and pour in the wet mixture.
7. Return the cake to the fridge to set for
1 to 2 hours.
8. Remove the cake from the fridge, sprinkle with cinnamon and serve.
Enjoy your chocolatey Valentine’s Day! Check out the Keto Pantry for all of your Keto Baking needs and discover our other delicious Keto Recipes here! And let us know what you create in the comments below.