Keto Italian Cream Cake
Classic Italian Cream Cake goes keto! If you came for coffee at my house, this is what I would serve. It’s a delightful, decadent treat – dessert – for those in ketosis and those who have a sweet tooth. Keto Italian Cream Cake – You must try this recipe.
This keto Italian Cream Cake is one of my best recipes. I really am quite excited to bring this one to you today as it is seriously fantastic. I rank it up there among my best cake recipes, easily.
It’s actually not really Italian at all, but instead a kind of vintage southern cake recipe. But regardless of origins, it’s an astonishingly good cake and makes for a perfect low carb makeover.
What makes this cake even more awesome is that it’s sugar-free and keto! No spike of the blood sugar! I used the THM Sweet Blend instead of sugar for both the cake and icing! How great is that!
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Let us know if you liked this recipe. Try the other keto / low-carb recipes as well!
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