Low Carb Keto Pound Cake

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    Another recipe for those who are on keto diet. Desserts can be tricky and hard to find when you’re on keto diet, and this one is easy, tasty and not so different from a regular pound cake.

    You don’t need a cheat day because this recipe will help you to honor your diet, and at a same time it will let you enjoy a delicious treat.

    Low carb diet and keto diet are most popular diets in last couple of years, and this low carb keto pound cake is a recipe which fulfill all the requirements so it can be allowed in both categories.


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    Easy to make, delicious to eat and most of all, low carb and keto approved.
    Low Carb Keto Pound Cake
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    Easy to make, delicious to eat and most of all, low carb and keto approved.
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    8servings 15minutes 1hour and 5 minutes
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    8servings 15minutes
    Cook Time
    1hour and 5 minutes
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    Instructions
    1. Mix almond flour and baking powder in a bowl and set aside.
    2. Melt butter and cream cheese for 30 seconds in a microwave oven, so they form a consistent mixture.
    3. Stir well and add stevia and sour cream and vanilla extract.
    4. After all wet ingredients are well mixed, add flour and baking powder mixture.
    5. Add eggs and stir well.
    6. Pour the mixture into a well buttered pan and bake for 50 minutes in a preheated oven on 350F or 175-180C.
    7. Enjoy!

    RECIPE NOTES & TIPS:

    You can decorate this Low Carb Keto Pound Cake with fruit of your choice, but be sure to follow your diet plan.

    If you have any uncertainty whether is your cake baked or not, use a classic method. Take a toothpick, and if it's dry after remove it from the cake, your dessert is ready to serve.

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    Gavin Carraway, joined Clever Chef very early and now he is our leading recipe creator. Gavin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Culinary Arts. He’s the prime suspect of our team‘s interest in recipes which includes Slow cooker, Multi cooker and Instant pot. Like his laid back personality, he’s a pure talent for slow cooking but also for making cocktails, esspecially after his favorite way of relaxing after work, long swimming sessions. He always cooks for our team and if you‘re eager for delicious food, be sure to follow his recipes.

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