Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 8-inch pie pan. In a mixing bowl, mix together eggs and erythritol. Mix in cocoa powder, almond flour, and vanilla. Gently stir in melted butter until combined. Pour into prepared pan, and bake for 25-35 mins, or until lightly set. Cook for less time if you want the cake to have a more gooey texture. Let cool to set. Before serving, warm each piece up in the microwave and top with sugar-free whipped cream or a scoop of your favorite keto ice cream.
3 tablespoons sugar free marmalade (grapefruit or orange)
Optional: Sugar-free whipped cream
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
To make crust, combine all dry ingredients in a mixing bowl. Cut in butter and cream cheese. Beat in mixer until butter chunks are broken up. Mix in egg. Remove dough and roll out between two sheets of parchment. The dough circle should be 12 inches in diameter to fit in a 9 inch pie plate. Remove dough from parchment and press into pie pan. Use a fork to make a few holes in the base of the crust to prevent bubbles. Bake for 15 minutes.
Reduce heat to 375 degrees.
In a mixing bowl or using a wire wisk, beat together the eggs, erythritol, lemon zest, and marmalade. Pour into prepared crust, and bake for 20-30 minutes or until the surface is golden brown and the pudding is set. Let chill in refrigerator at least 3 hours before serving. Use a knife to trim away excess crust around the rim of the pie plate. Slice into eight pieces and serve with a dollop of sugar-free whipped cream.
In a mixing bowl, mix together mug cake mix, coconut flour, melted butter, and egg. Stir in chocolate chips. Line air fryer rack with parchment. Using cookie scoop, scoop six balls of cookie dough and place on prepared rack. Air fry cookies at 350 degrees, for 5-10 minutes, checking at 5. Cookies should be a deep golden brown around the edges when done.
In a mixer, use a paddle attachment mix together softened cream cheese and butter until smooth. Mix in vanilla extract and powdered erythritol. Lastly, add the shredded coconut. Shape the candy into ovals, between 1 tsp and 1 tbsp in size, and roll in cinnamon. Chill Irish Candy on a parchment lined cookie sheet until set, then store in air-tight container.
Preheat oven to 400° F. Line a 9×13 cake pans with parchment paper.
To make the the strawberry layer, mix together egg yolks, erythritol, vanilla, and strawberry jello. Mix in oil and coconut flour. In a clean mixing bowl, beat egg whites until stiff peaks form. Mix half of the egg whites into cake batter, then fold in the rest. Spoon batter into prepared pan, and bake for 30-35 minutes, or until the edges are golden brown and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean or crumby. Let cakes cool in pan before cutting. Cut into 16 rectangles and refrigerate until ready to assemble.
Make jelly filling by heating up jam, water, and erythritol in a small saucepan on high heat, stirring constantly until erythritol is dissolved. Slowly add xanthan gum, and whisk until combined. Remove from heat and let sit while preparing whipped cream filling.
Add heavy whipping cream, gelatin, sugar substitute, and vanilla to mixer and whip until stiff peaks form, then whip a minute more. Filling should be thicker than whipped cream but not as thick as butter. Store in refrigerator until ready to use.
Fill one pipping bag with cream filling and another with jelly filling. Pipe a layer of jelly filling on 8 rectangle cakes, then add whipped cream filling. Carefully top with another layer of cake. Decorate the top of each cake stack with more whipped cream or a dusting of powdered erythritol.