Low Carb Chocolate Pastry Cream
An easy and delicious recipe for Low Carb Chocolate Pastry Cream – a rich, creamy custard with deep chocolate flavor, that can be used in many types of dessert. Low Carb Chocolate Pastry Cream – You must try this recipe.
Today I’m sharing the recipe for Low Carb Chocolate Pastry Cream, perfect for chocolate pudding, eclairs, profiteroles, and other types of pastry. Learning how to make Pastry Cream is a basic skill that any type of baking requires because Pastry Cream is the basis for many desserts.
The cocoa powder adds a deep chocolate flavor, while bittersweet chocolate enhances that flavor.
I really love this Chocolate Pastry Cream recipe. It’s thick enough that it can be whipped a little to lighten the texture, it can easily be used as a layer for a birthday cake – either on its own or lightened with whipped cream, it’s a great base for ice cream, mixed with whipped cream it makes a terrific pie filling, and thinned with some almond milk it becomes the perfect pudding.
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Erythritol carbs are not included in carb counts as it has been shown not to impact blood sugar. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.
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