Super Moist Chocolate Keto Brownies

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Ultra moist keto chocolate brownies that are made with a secret ingredient and lots of chocolate!

Brownie Base Ingredients

Chocolate Frosting Ingredients

Super Moist Chocolate Keto Brownies Directions

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Low Carb Moist Chocolate Keto Brownies

frosted keto brownies in a stack These are delicious keto chocolate brownies that are super moist and chocolaty. This recipe calls for cocoa powder and unsweetened chocolate so you know it is ultra chocolaty. These brownies are the very moist – thanks to the ricotta cheese which keep them soft and chewy. They are just like grandma used to make! These low carb brownies are also nut free, as long as you use coconut flour to make these bars and you don’t have an allergy to coconut, you can safely consume these chocolate brownies.

Keto Chocolate

chocolate frosting dipping from a whiskThe keto approved chocolate you can use in this low carb brownies recipe is 100% unsweetened chocolate, like baking chocolate, or keto chocolate. The two keto approved chocolate brands I recommend are: choczero chocolate chips ChocZero: Sweetened with monkfruit, ChocZero chocolate chips contain no sugar alcohols or artificial sweeteners. They are 50% chocolate so they are perfect for your keto chocolate baking. Lily’s Chocolate – These chocolate chips are sweetened with erythritol and stevia. They don’t contain any sugar alcohols or artificial sweeteners either. To increase the chocolatiness of this brownie recipe, unsweetened cocoa powder is used as well. Cacao powder will work in this recipe too. Either Hershey’s or Viva Naturals will work in this recipe. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases

The Ricotta Brownie

ricotta cheese container We owe all the moistness in these brownies to the ricotta cheese. When we use sugar substitutes, like erythritol and monk fruit, in keto recipes, or even alternatives to flour like coconut or almond flour, our baked goods tend to dry out faster than traditional counterparts. That’s because sugar and gluten hold moisture better than alternative sweeteners. Using ricotta in this recipe helps to maintain the texture and moisture in these keto brownies. Ricotta does contain carbohydrates but they don’t add up to much when you portion the brownies out. This recipe yields 9 large brownies.

Keto Brownie Storage

low carb brownies on parchment paper Store these low carb ricotta brownies at room temperature or in the refrigerator in an air tight container in order to preserve the texture and moisture.

Nutritional information & Macros

Nutrition Information

Super Moist Chocolate Keto Brownies

Servings: 12

Amount Per Serving
Calories 185
Fat 16.5g
Protein 6.4g
Total Carbs 9.1g
Net Carbs 4.9g

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  1. If using unsweetened chocolate, would you increase the amount of sweetener. If so, how much more would you recommend?

  2. What is the cacao percentage recommended of the dark chocolates used to melt, add in batter before baking, and the frosting? Assuming all the same percent but your and choczero sites don’t state which percent. We baked for first time last night and they smelled really good. I used the dark chocolate I had on hand that wasn’t sugar free (Ghiradhelli 86%) but very low and the one piece I tried was yummy, could really taste the espresso, and chocolate taste may be more bitter. Am going to try again with recommended percentage keto dark chocolates.

  3. I found your recipe for FUDGY KETO BROWNIES on the choc zero website, and don’t see the exact same recipe here. The recipe calls for 1/3 sugar substitute. I use stevia, monk fruit tends to upset my stomach. Wonder how I can use stevia in these, since that would be way too much stevia.

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