St. Louis Keto Gooey Butter Cake! It’s a perfect dessert for your next barbecue, family get-together, or tea date with the girls. Keto Gooey Butter Cake – You must try this recipe.
Have you ever had keto gooey butter cake? There are a zillion recipes for it out there but they all tie into three ingredients: sugar, butter, and sometimes cream cheese. One day after a friend of mine was on a things-I-can’t-eat-on-keto recipe sharing binge, It’s keto style time!
Gooey Butter Cake originated in St. Louis, Missouri. A local baker got all kinds of mixed up when adding the butter and flour in a cake recipe and out came this new dessert, or so the legend goes.
However it came about, it’s a staple dessert in that area that has migrated over the years into the deep south. It’s so popular even Paula Deen has her own version using a boxed cake mix and an entire pound of powdered sugar. Yikes!
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