Chocolate Keto Birthday Cake Recipe | No Bake No Flour

This keto birthday cake recipe offers you the perfect harmony with crunchy nuts and dense chocolate without combining any flour.

If you’re going to make the cake for your own birthday, wishing to be reborn every day may be inevitable.

Think of an extra yummy birthday cake and you’ll completely forget it’s a diet dessert… This is perhaps the biggest party promoter you’ll ever see.

Make a wish and let me start with the recipe for making your wish come true.

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Chocolate Keto Birthday Cake Recipe For Everyone

We all know how tempting ready-made cakes can be on celebration days and we experience it on almost every birthday. But what about when it comes to following a diet?

You may also think that making an exception cheat day for your birthday might make all your effort go to waste. I agree with you.

So what if I told you that I brought you a cake recipe that you won’t have to deal with for hours, that is budget-friendly and can adapt to many diets, including keto and gluten-free diets?

Now, this is more attractive now. If we agree, please continue…

This cake is for all the family and friends. It’s healthy, low in calories, low in carbs and the good news is, it’s effortless. No bake, no flour, all keto-friendly and gluten-free.

The soft texture of chilled chocolate meets crunchy nuts. This cake, which does not create heaviness and bloating in your stomach, will offer you a light dessert while minimizing your sweet cravings.

Grab a slice of the cake without feeling guilty on a birthday and enjoy the party. Here is a step-by-step chocolate cake recipe guide…

Keto Birthday Cake Recipe (8 Servings)

Keto Birthday Cake Recipe

Chocolate Keto Birthday Cake Recipe

Per Serving

Calories: 308

Net Carb: 8g

Total Fat: 28g

Protein: 5g


Dark Chocolate (3.6 oz)

Erythritol (1.5 tbsp)

Heavy Cream (5 fl oz)

Butter (3.5 tbsp)

Hazelnut (3.5 oz)

Almonds (10 tbsp, raw)

Recipe – 20min prep time

Step 1.

Bring a small saucepan.

Add heavy cream and erythritol and cook while mixing.

Chop the dark chocolate.

Tip: You don’t have to chop the dark chocolates very finely. A coarse chop will be enough as they will melt into the heavy cream anyway.

Add the butter and chopped dark chocolate to the cream and continue to cook by mixing.

Mix them all and cook until all the ingredients are melted and combined.

Recommendation: Cook over low heat until the chocolate sauce thickens.

Finally, add a pinch of salt and mix for the last time.

Keep the chocolate sauce aside.

Step 2.

Take the hazelnuts and raw almonds in a skillet and roast them.

Add a handful of raw pumpkin seeds if you wish.

Crush or chop the roasted nuts roughly with a knife.

Now add half of the nuts to the chocolate sauce and mix well with a wooden spoon.

Bring a springform cake tin to continue.

Pour the chocolate nuts mix into this tin and let it rest in the refrigerator for 1 hour.

Step 3.

Take the cake out of the refrigerator.

Sprinkle the remaining nuts on top.

If you want more colors for the topping, add some more pumpkin seeds.

Finally, sprinkle some sea salt on the cake.

Bon Appetit!

Bottom Line

The keto birthday cake recipe cake will keep you busy in the kitchen for ONLY 20 minutes and all the rest is yours.

You can take care of all your other birthday to-do list while allowing the cake to rest for 1 hour.

If you do not trust the cooling performance of your refrigerator, cool the cake for 2-3 hours.

For the topping, you can get help from a few fruits that are compatible with the keto diet.

It both creates a more colorful topping and allows you to improve the flavor of the cake even more.

Feel free to use raspberries and strawberries for it. They are both delicious and keto friendly.

Now is the time to impress everyone with your amazing cake plus no waste of time and lots of money saving. Of course, no one has to know that 🙂

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