Dreamy Keto Cream Cheese Chocolate Pound Cake

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A Keto cream cheese chocolate pound cake recipe, that’s everything you loved about my original keto cream cheese pound cake, except that it features chocolate as the star.

My recipe for keto cream cheese chocolate pound cake was inspired by my well-loved low carb cream cheese pound cake. You know the one that has been pinned thousands of times and is a favorite in the keto community?

That keto cream cheese pound cake was birthed soon after Randy and I made the ketogenic diet a lifestyle choice. It was made to replace our family’s go-to cake.

Keto Cream Cheese Chocolate Pound Cake

But this here keto chocolate cream cheese pound cake recipe, came to me in a dream. Yes, a dream.

Has anyone else dreamt with a recipe before?

Make sure you remember to also checkout our Keto Cream Cheese Recipes for other delicious recipes that feature cream cheese.

So, this is the first time I actually had a dream with a recipe. At least the first time that I can recall. Because for all I know, all my low carb keto creations come via dreams. Maybe it’s just that I can’t always remember them.

I’ve heard about musicians writing songs in their dreams, and that always struck me as something special. I guess it was kinda my turn to experience something similar.

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Is It Any Wonder That I Would Dream Up A Recipe?

I think it’s fair to say that the chances of this girl dreaming up a song are slim to none. That’s the kind of experience left to maybe Randy, Michelle, or Peter the musicians in this family.

However, a dream about a keto recipe? Now that’s something I should have seen coming.

Why? Well, with all the time I spend thinking about possible new keto recipes, I can’t say it surprised me that one would eventually visit me in my dreams.

Although I may never be able to tell you what it’s like to dream up a song, I can now tell you what it’s like to write a recipe in a dream.

I remember waking up and thinking, did I just dream up a recipe for a keto cream cheese chocolate cake? Or am I just wanting chocolate again?

In the dream, I saw a glorious, rich, decadent keto chocolate pound cake that was dripping with layers of chocolate ganache. It was a thing of beauty I tell you.

 Keto Chocolate Pound Cake

Take a guess on what I had for breakfast that morning? Yup, a keto chocolate pound cake. Ha! Don’t you dare judge me?

Going to the kitchen to create a chocolate version of my keto cream cheese pound cake was the first thing I did that day. Maybe not before my morning devotions, but soon afterward I was ready to see it manifest.

Giving God The Glory

I’ve mentioned it before, but it’s worth repeating, how I give God ALL the glory for my recipes. I am not saying that Jesus shows up in my kitchen and hands me a stick of butter or anything.  Although, how cool would that be?

I am however saying, that I can sense Him guiding me as I formulate my recipes. That may sound odd to you, but it’s how I approach everything in my life. The Bible says that God is interested in the details of our lives. So why not get his opinion on it all then?

The Lord directs the steps of the godly. He delights in every detail of their lives. Psalm 37:23

Once I step into my kitchen and surrender my recipe idea to Him,  I enter this creative space that allows me to quickly and effortlessly come up with a low carb recipe.  I sense His delight as I combine one ingredient after another until a new recipe is birthed.

Trust me when I tell you that coming up with keto recipes, does not come easy for most food bloggers. It’s common for a recipe to take five to ten tries before finally seeing the light of day.

But I can’t say that’s been my experience. In the early days of low carb keto baking I’ll admit it was a bit rough and I did see my share of wasted ingredients.

That is until I wised up and reminded God that if He wanted me doing this assignment, He would also have to equip me. Yes, I talk to God that way. Don’t you? Well you could you know, it’s part of having a personal relationship with Jesus.

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Fortunately,  most of my recipes come together rather painlessly. That my friends are God’s divine favor over my life. AND why I will not take the credit for any of it.

So if you ever hear a tone of bragging in my writing as I gush over a recipe, it’s because I know who’s behind it.

Oh…and the few times I forget to include Jesus in the process, can you guess what happens? Mhmmmm, I fail miserably.

It’s a glorious thing when you decide that living smack in the middle of God’s will for your life is the only thing that really matters.

And for this girl, it’s creating low carb, keto recipes, teaching the lifestyle and supporting others on their journey to complete transformation.

With all that being said, I am grateful that I have the Lord to guide me on this very rewarding path.

Big Thank’s

Recently I was surprised by a notice that Fittoserve Group had been selected by Feedspot as one of the Top 25 Christian Cooking and Food Blogs on the web. Once again big thanks to all of you who have embraced and shared our blog. None of this would be possible without your loyalty.

Our Other Keto Pound Cake Recipes

You should know, it’s not the first time my keto cream cheese pound cake inspired a recipe. Check out the list below for some of the others.

Keto Lemon Pound Cake

Keto Tiramisu

Keto Mocha Swirl Pound Cake

Keto Pumpkin Cream Cheese Pound Cake

Keto Coconut Flour Cream Cheese Pound Cake
Keto Cream Cheese Coconut Flour Pound Cake

Keto Cream Cheese Coconut Flour Pound Cake 

It surprises me that I didn’t think of making you all a low carb chocolate cream cheese pound cake. And although my keto mocha cake came close, the thought never crossed my mind.

I guess it’s why it took a dream to get my attention.  I’ll be sure to keep you posted if this becomes a new trend for me, lol.

So, what’s the verdict on my keto chocolate cream cheese pound cake? It’s a real winner!

My original low carb pound will always have a special place in my heart since it was my first recipe to go viral.

Truth is, if that had that not happened early for this blogger, I may have called it quits too soon. That recipe is what nudged me to keep going.

What started out as a hobby blog to share my recipes with the ladies of my church, has turned into a beautiful blessing for our family.

Many thanks to those of you who have faithfully visited our site and helped us share it with others.

Give This Dreamy Keto Chocolate Pound Cake A Try!

I sure hope you give this chocolate, moist, keto cream cheese chocolate recipe a try. Because if you loved the original one that inspired it, no doubt you will also enjoy this one.

Once you do please remember to tag us with your pictures on  Instagram and Facebook. It’s what keeps this girl encouraged.

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Recipe updated 9/29/18 * Bake the cake batter in two 8 inch pans.

Dreamy Keto Cream Cheese Chocolate Pound Cake

Yield: 22
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 50 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour
Keto Cream Cheese Chocolate Pound Cake is a decadent dark chocolate cake recipe. It is low in carbs and keto-friendly. This chocolate pound cake was inspired by popular my keto cream cheese pound cake recipe.

Ingredients

Chocolate Ganache

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Grease two 8 inch pans.
  3. In a medium size bowl combine all the dry ingredients (except sugar substitute) and set aside.
  4. In a large mixing bowl beat on high the softened butter and sugar substitute until light and fluffy.
  5. Add the cream cheese and combine well until fully incorporated.
  6. Add the eggs one at time making sure to mix well after each addition.
  7. Add all the dry ingredients mixing well until fully combined.
  8. Lastly add the melted baking chocolate in a stream and beat mixture until fully mixed.
  9. Bake the pound cakes for 40-50 minutes or until done.
  10. Allow the cakes to cool for 15 minutes before taking it out of the mold and then wait until cake is fully cooled before spreading the chocolate ganache.

Chocolate Ganache

  1. Combine the melted butter, baking chocolate, sugar substitute until well combined.
  2. Add the heavy whipping cream and mix till well incorporated.
  3. Lastly stir in the coconut oil.

Notes

Bake in two 8 inch loaf pans.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 22 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 187.2 Total Fat: 20.8g Saturated Fat: 9.4g Cholesterol: 89mg Sodium: 99mg Carbohydrates: 5.7g Fiber: 1.2g Sugar: 3.2g Protein: 6.1g

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1
Servings Per Container 22

Amount Per Serving
Calories 228 Calories from Fat 187.2
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 20.8g 32%
Saturated Fat 9.4g 47%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 89mg 30%
Sodium 99mg 4%
Total Carbohydrate 5.7g 2%
Dietary Fiber 1.2g 5%
Sugars 3.2g
Protein 6.1g 12%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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37 Comments

  1. whats the difference in the baking chocolate and the unsweetened baking chocolate?

     
    • Hi Kelley, Sorry for the confusion I should have made things simpler and not listed both. There isn't a difference between baking chocolate and unsweetened baking chocolate. It's that in the baking isle they usually put a sweetened version right next to unsweetened and it could be a bit confusing. I updated the recipe to only show baking chocolate. Thanks for catching that error. Can't wait for you to give it a try.

       
  2. I followed the recipe step by step and the recipe said to mix all of the dry ingredients and then the next step was to cream the butter with the sugar substitute. Well, it was already mixed into the "dry ingredients". It is in the oven now so hopefully it will turn out okay. I know better to read a recipe through and I thought I had. But maybe you can put a note for mixing all of the dry ingredients "Except Sugar".

     
    • Hi Leslie, Thanks for stopping by and giving your suggestion. I took your advice and added (except the sugar-sub) to the step. I hope your cake stilled turned out ok darling.

       
      • I used a silicone loaf pan and it was very full. I should have listened to my instincts and put it in 2 pans. It made a lot of batter. I will make this again as what did bake okay was wonderful. My husband liked the outside burned part. Thank you for making the change I suggested. I also put a note on my printed copy. Thanks again.

         
  3. Can I substitute cocoa powder for baking chocolate? What is the conversion? Thanks.

     
    • Hi Laura, unfortunately you can’t make that substitution. It’s just not an even swap. Working with these alternative flours make it even more of a challenge.

       
    • You absolutely should be able to make the substitution. On the back of the cocoa box there should be the conversion. You just just use cocoa powder plus fat to make "baking chocolate."

       
  4. Made this today, the ganache was very bitter, and we love dark chocolate, I would recommend adding some sugar substitute to the ganache, otherwise very yummy! We just added whip cream to offset the bitterness. I made it in a bundt pan since there was so much batter, and that worked great!

     
  5. My coconut oil is solid. Can I still stir it into the ganache or do I need to melt it first? This sounds delicious & I cant wait to try it!

     
  6. Are you using powdered sugar substitute or granular? Thanks and I can't wait to try this!

     
  7. Would this recipe work in muffin form?

     
    • Hi Lorraine! Sure it would work as muffins.

       
      • Hi I just made this. It was way too much batter for one loaf pan so I made 12 cupcakes with it as well. The cupcakes cooked up well but the loaf was completely wet batter in the middle and fell apart. I was able to salvage the cooked outer edges. I don’t know what went wrong. I have pictures but can’t seem to post them here.

         
        • Hi Lorraine, I have updated the recipe so that it bakes two 8 inch-pound cakes versus the one 10 inch I used in the original recipe. Hopefully, this ensures that the batter bakes all the way through.

           
  8. Alison Shoemaker
    I made this today and the flavor of the part that cooked was great but the entire inside of both pans completely fell through as it didn't get cooked at all. Not sure what I did wrong, will have to try it again since I loved the flavor and consistency of the outside parts. It did seem like I had A LOT of batter and I used a 10 inch and a 6 inch pan.

     
  9. I tried this recipe and used the 10 inch loaf pan, and for some reason it did not get done in the middle! I followed all the same ingredients and instructions, baked it for 50 minutes on 350, and the middle was still very liquidy. My husband suggested lowering the temperature and baking it a little longer. The outside seemed to be almost burnt, but the inside still not done. We ran out of time, as we had to get to church and couldn’t tweek it any longer. The taste is fabulous, but we can’t eat all of it and I feel a little down since all those expensive keto ingredients. :( Any suggestions?

     
    • Hi Tanya, Based on a few comments I am going to update recipe so that the cake batter is baked in two 8 in pans versus the one 10 inch pan. I used a 10 inch Callaghan brand metal pan and did not have any issue getting the cake to bake all the way through. So it's my guess that the type of pan may be playing a role in getting an even bake because it is a large pound cake recipe. I sure hope you will give this recipe another try based on this suggestion.

       
  10. It sure is yummy! I lesson the sweetener to 1/3 cup lakanto monk sugar. And without the ganache and is yummy by itself ❤️❤️

     
  11. For those that don't know, ganache is only 2 ingredients, heavy cream and chocolate. You don't need any more ingredients than that.

     
    • Hi Amy, although you are correct in stating that ganache uses only two ingredients chocolate and cream. It typically calls for sweetened chocolate, but in an effort to keep things easier for the low carb readers I opted to use baking chocolate and then add a sugar substitute separately. Thanks for stopping by. Just wanted you to know why I added the third ingredient. 😉

       
  12. The recipe calls for 2 cups and 1/4 cup of sweetener. It seems an awful lot to me Or am I missing something? I am doubling the recipe and 4.5 cups of sweetener for 5 cup of Almond flour seem so much. Please tell me if this is correct. Thanks

     
    • Hi Sana, The measurement for the sugar substitute is correct. You should know the recipe already makes a large batch, it makes two 8 in loaf cakes. I would not double this recipe it already makes a large batch.

       
  13. Very yummy and sweet. Just the right fix for my chocolate craving

     
  14. I made this chocolate pound cake following the ingredients and recipe perfectly. I used 2 8" loaf pans and there seemed to be lots of batter for both. They both rose in the oven and were cooked after 50 minutes...the knife came out clean. But, while I was waiting the 15 minutes of cooling before removing them from the pan, they both flopped in the center. I don't know what could have happened. They are still too hot to taste and they aren't looking good enough to frost so I will see how they are later. Perhaps the bundt pan that someone suggested would work better?

    Rated 3 out of 5

     
    • Hi Joy, Not sure what could have happened to cause the cake to sink. This usually happens when the oven door is opened before the cake is ready. Since every oven is different perhaps it just needed to cook for an additional 5 minutes. If you opt to bake in a bundt pan it would have to be a very large one since the cake makes enough for two cake

       
  15. Hilda, I will make it again and maybe just one loaf pan and cupcake? I have to say that I let the cakes cool and then tasted them. They were awesome....didn't look too good but tasted great! I actually did go ahead and make the ganache and we enjoyed a piece with dinner. I will definitely make the recipe again and cook a little longer if necessary. Thanks for your response!

     
    • Hi Joy, thanks for your lovely attitude. Baking with alternative flours can be quite challenging. Plus I’m just a gal who is sharing her recipes. Certainly not a pro but I aim to keep growing. Thanks again for getting back to me.

       

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