22 Sweet Keto Mug Cakes

When following a low-carb diet or living the keto lifestyle, it’s not always easy to find a quick and satisfying dessert option. However, with the help of keto mug cakes, you can indulge in a sweet treat without compromising your dietary goals. In this section, I’ll be sharing multiple mug cake recipes that cater to your cravings.

Keto Chocolate Mug Cake


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Indulge in the rich aroma and taste of this decadent keto chocolate mug cake, a perfect treat for those who crave the ultimate chocolate experience. This moist and creamy delight boasts a satisfying crust on top, reminiscent of a traditionally baked dessert. Moreover, its high-fat content makes it an ideal fit for a ketogenic diet. If you’re planning to indulge in keto baking during the holiday season or beyond, be sure to stock up on the necessary ingredients to make this recipe a staple in your kitchen.

Per Mug Cake:

Calories: 304
Fats: 26.6g
Net Carbs: 4g
Protein: 11.3g

Low Carb Snickerdoodle


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Indulge in the essence of Snickerdoodle cookies with a delightful twist – our Snickerdoodle Mug Cake. The secret to achieving that signature look and flavor lies in topping it with granular erythritol sweetener, a top-notch choice that can be easily sourced here. This game-changing sweetener elevates the overall experience.Per serving:312 calories27g of fats4g of net carbs10g of protein

Vanilla Chocolate Chip


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Are you stuck in a breakfast rut, relying on the same old bacon and eggs? Shake things up with this delightful mug cake that’s not only delicious but also good for you! Who says you can’t indulge in something sweet at the start of your day? Especially when it fits within your dietary goals.

To keep it keto-friendly, be sure to opt for stevia-sweetened dark chocolate chips instead of their sugary counterparts. This small swap makes all the difference in keeping your macros in check.

Per Mug Cake:
Calories: 285
Fats: 20.2g
Net Carbs: 5g
Protein: 14.1g

Lemon Mug Cake


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If you prefer your desserts with a tangy twist, the lemon mug cake is an excellent choice. To ensure this treat remains keto-friendly, it’s essential to use a combination of coconut flour and almond flour. The unique property of coconut flour is that it absorbs liquids effectively, so only a small amount is required. For those interested in acquiring some, there are plenty of options available online. In addition, for more keto recipes utilizing almond flour, feel free to explore the provided links.

Per Mug Cake:

Calories: 195
Fats: 13g
Net Carbs: 2g
Protein: 6g

Recipe

One Minute Chocolate Brownie


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I’m willing to bet many of us have a soft spot for chocolate brownies – and I’m no exception. The one-minute chocolate brownie recipe I’m about to share is particularly appealing, as it offers the perfect compromise between satisfying our cravings and indulging in something that’s actually good for us. By using Sukrin Gold Fiber Syrup, which is low in net carbs, we can enjoy our brownies without the guilt. This syrup can be found at the link provided.Here are the nutritional details for one mug cake: 101 calories, 6g of fat, 8g of net carbs, and 1g of protein.

2 Minute KETO Chocolate Mug Cake


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Indulge in another decadent chocolate mug cake, because you can never have too much of the rich and velvety treat. This delightful dessert boasts a firm texture, ideal for those who prefer their chocolate cakes with a bit of structure rather than an ooey-gooey center. Similar to its keto mug cake counterpart, this sweet and indulgent treat is packed with fat, making it a perfect companion to your low-carb lifestyle. Per serving, you can expect: 507 calories, 51g of fat, just 4g of net carbs, and a boost of 10g of protein.

Coffee


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Indulge in a delightful morning treat with this simple yet satisfying coffee mug cake recipe! The moist interior and crispy cinnamon streusel topping will have you craving more. If you’re a fan of breaking the fast with something sweet, you might also enjoy our low-carb microwave peanut butter cake option.Per Mug Cake:Calories: 267Fats: 19gNet Carbs: 4gProtein: 10gRecipe

Birthday Cake in Minutes


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This scrumptious two-layer vanilla cake is a treat in itself, but when paired with a rich buttercream frosting, it reaches new heights of deliciousness. When it comes to sweetening my baked goods, I’m particularly fond of Swerve, as its unique flavor profile doesn’t leave behind the unpleasant aftertaste that some other sweeteners can impart.

Nutritional Information (per Mug Cake):
Calories: 132
Fats: 11.1g
Net Carbs: 4g
Protein: 5.2g

Pumpkin Pie


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Indulge in the delightful miniature pumpkin pie keto mug cake, which not only satisfies your sweet tooth but also provides a nutritious treat. The combination of pumpkin spice and puree infuses a rich pumpkin flavor that’s both scrumptious and satisfying. With its impressive nutrient profile, this cake is an excellent choice for those seeking to nourish their bodies. Notably, it offers nearly 45% of the daily recommended intake of Vitamin A, making it an ideal pick for maintaining healthy peepers. Per serving, you can expect: 157 calories, 10.8g of fats, 3.8g of net carbs, and a protein-rich 8.9g. This recipe is sure to delight your taste buds while also providing the necessary vitamins and minerals.

Pecan Pie


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Imagine a warm, gooey pecan pie in mug form – that’s what you get with this Pecan Pie Mug Cake! The combination of the moist and crumbly cake with the heavenly pecan pie topping is pure bliss. And the best part? It’s incredibly easy to make. Simply start by preparing the topping by chopping pecans, either with a knife or using a budget-friendly food processor to save your fingers. If you’re looking for more low-carb treats, be sure to check out our recipe for low-carb doughnut cookies with chocolate! When it comes to nutrition, here’s what you can expect per mug cake: 409 calories, 25.2g of fat, a net carb count of just 5g, and 23.9g of protein.

Microwave Cheesecake


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Indulge in the richness of cheesecake, even when time is scarce! With this microwave recipe, you can satisfy your cravings in just 7 minutes flat – and it’s a game-changer. This mug-sized delight doesn’t compromise on flavor or texture; it’s a perfect solution for those moments when baking a full-scale cheesecake isn’t feasible.Per serving (one mug cake):Calories: 204Fat content: 15gNet Carbohydrates: 4.4gProtein: 12gTo make this delightful treat, follow the simple recipe below.

Blueberry


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When I’m in the mood for something sweet, my go-to snack is blueberries – they’re a guilt-free indulgence that’s low in carbs and rich in antioxidants. To give them an extra boost of sweetness, I like to add a sprinkle of granular erythritol. This perfect combination makes for a satisfying snack or breakfast option.

As much as I love snacking on blueberries, I’m also always on the lookout for new keto-friendly treats. If you’re in the mood for something crunchy, be sure to check out some of my favorite keto chip recipes. And if you’re craving something a little more indulgent, this keto blueberry mug cake is another great option.

Per Mug Cake:
Calories: 361
Fats: 30g
Net Carbs: 6g
Protein: 10g
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3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Mug Cake


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When it comes to mug cakes, some recipes can be a bit more involved than others. But this one takes the cake – or rather, puts it in a mug. This ultra-easy recipe requires only three ingredients: creamy unsalted peanut butter, granular stevia, and one egg. The result is a delicious treat that’s not only quick to prepare but also packed with nutrients. Here are the details of this super simple, super satisfying mug cake:

Per Mug Cake:
Calories: 318
Fats: 25g
Net Carbs: 6g
Protein: 15g

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Pumpkin Spice


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Indulge in another scrumptious pumpkin spice keto mug cake, the perfect treat to make use of that abundant pumpkin supply this autumn season. As an added bonus, this recipe skips the frosting altogether, catering to those who prefer their cakes unfrosted.

The nutrition breakdown for each individual mug cake is as follows:
Calories: 439
Fats: 11g
Net Carbs: 7g
Protein: 10g

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Lemon


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Indulge in the sweetness of a perfectly crafted date night dessert, where elegance meets delight! This lemony cake is topped with an almond frosting and sprinkled with sliced almonds, creating a delightful contrast of textures that will leave you wanting more. With only 195 calories per serving, you can indulge without guilt, knowing that seconds are always an option. The recipe details: per mug cake, the stats are impressive – Calories: 195, Fats: 18g, Net Carbs: 2.5g, and Protein: 4.5g.

Raspberry Cream Cheese


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Indulge in this delectable mug cake, perfect for a romantic evening or a spontaneous treat any time of the day. The combination of creamy texture and cakey consistency is elevated by the rich flavors of cream cheese, vanilla extract, and sweet raspberries. With its impressive nutritional profile, you can feel good about satisfying your cravings too.

Per Mug Cake:
Calories: 548; Fats: 51g; Net Carbs: 5.8g; Protein: 14.8g

Low Carb Hot Chocolate


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As the cold winter nights descend, there’s no better way to warm up than with a rich and decadent mug of hot chocolate – or is it hot chocolate mug cake? Indeed, it’s not a typo. The idea of combining the comfort of hot cocoa with the indulgence of cake may seem unusual at first, but trust us, it’s a game-changer.

To make this keto-friendly treat even more special, we opt for low-carb marshmallows instead of their sugary counterparts. And if you’re interested in exploring more keto mug cakes, we’ve got another recipe that might catch your eye.

Per Mug Cake:
Calories: 391
Fats: 30g
Net Carbs: 2g
Protein: 13g

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Cinnamon Apple Pie


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Imagine sinking your teeth into a warm, moist cinnamon apple pie-flavored mug cake that’s surprisingly low in carbs – just 4.9 grams of net carbs per serving! This keto-friendly treat combines the comforting flavors of cinnamon and apple in a convenient, individual-sized package. Optional for those who prefer no apples at all, you can substitute with a hint of apple flavoring for a similar taste experience without the actual fruit. Here’s what you’ll get from each mug cake: 158 calories, 10.3g of healthy fats, 8.7g of protein, and only 4.9g of net carbs.

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