Keto Chocolate Mocha Pie

Keto Chocolate Mocha PieKeto Chocolate Mocha PieKeto Chocolate Mocha Pie. This is another one of those desserts that I find difficult understanding how something so good can be keto but it is. Keto chocolate mocha pie is rich, decadent, fabulous and doesn’t need to be saved for special occasions. Except for baking the crust this a cold pie and keeps well in the fridge but I’m guessing it will not last that long anyway.  Despite how the recipe card looks this is a very, very easy pie to make.

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Chocolate Mocha Pie
  1. 1¾ C Almond Flour
  2. ½ C Ground Pecans
  3. 6 T Just Like Sugar Brown*** (Paleo) Or 9 Drops Liquid Sucralose***
  4. ½ C Melted Butter
  1. 1 Divine 85% Chocolate Bar
  2. 4 Eggs (Divided)
  3. ⅓ C Hot Water
  4. 1½ t Instant Coffee (More If Stronger Coffee Flavor Is Wanted)
  5. 2 t Vanilla Extract (Divided)
  6. 1½ C Heavy Cream
  7. 12 Drops Liquid Sucralose (Or ½ C Sweetener Divided)
  1. Preheat oven to 350°.
  2. Put almond flour into a medium bowl.
  3. In a small processor add pecans and Just Like Sugar Brown and process until pecans are ground.
  4. Add pecan mixture to almond flour stirring well, then mix in melted butter.
  5. Press into an 8” glass pie dish all the way around and to the top just like any regular pie crust.
  6. Blind bake crust 12-15 minutes at 350 degrees and then “tamp down” as it will puff up. Return to oven for about 5 additional minutes or until it starts to turn slightly brown. If it has puffed up again knock it back down. Put on counter to cool completely.
  1. Finely chop chocolate bar. You don’t want it chunky as your chocolate mixture won’t end up being smooth.
  2. Line up 3 bowls-2 medium and 1 large.
  3. Separate eggs making sure not to get any yolk in the whites. I do try to gently take the chalazae off the yolks as I don't want hard little cooked knots in my mousse.
  4. Put whites into 1 medium bowl and yolks into the large bowl, adding coffee, water, and add 6 drops sucralose or ½ of your sweetener.
  5. On medium low and whisking constantly, cook coffee yolk mixture until pretty hot and very frothy. Don’t worry, the eggs shouldn’t scramble because of the water content but you need it hot enough to eventually melt the chocolate.
  6. When yolk mixture is hot enough remove from heat, add 1 t vanilla, add grated chocolate all at once stirring to cover all chocolate, let it sit a minute or so and whip until all chocolate is thoroughly melted. Allow mixture to cool and it shouldn’t take too long. Chocolate will be very, very thick.
  7. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, first beat egg whites to stiff peaks. Making sure chocolate is cooled, FOLD in egg whites ½ at a time until well incorporated.
  8. In second medium bowl, beat whipping cream. Add vanilla & last 6 drops of sucralose or the other ½ of your sweetener.
  9. FOLD ⅔ of whipped cream into mixture until all is well incorporated and add to pie shell. Cover filling with remaining whipped cream and refrigerate until ready to eat.
  10. 10 Servings
  11. 492 Calories, 9.4g Protein, 46.5g Fat, 9.8g Carbs, 4.3g Fiber, 5.5g Net Carbs
  1. Before filling crust, make sure it is loose in the pie dish. It should not stick but once it's filled it might just a bit and that's not what you want.
  2. Not that this pie takes very long to prepare, but you can always make the crust ahead of time.
  3. If assembled just before service the crust will stay crunchy.
  4. Sorry for the crummy picture but hey, I'm a chef not a photographer and it shows quite well here.
  5. I sprinkled a little espresso powder on the pie---BIG mistake unless you do it just before serving as it immediately started to "melt". Probably best to use cocoa powder instead.
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