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10 Dairy-Free Keto Mug Cake Recipes (Keto, GFDF)
August 8, 2019
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keto peanut butter mug cake with a spoon on table

Soothe your sweet tooth with these top 10 dairy-free keto mug cake recipes!

It’s a huge misconception that dieting has to be bland and boring for your taste buds. I mean, maybe if you’re on a low-fat diet, but not when you’re on keto! Keto is delicious! You are able to indulge in yummy desserts like mug cakes! If you are taking a dairy-free approach to your keto WOE, you’re in luck! Each of these 10 keto mug cakes is dairy-free!

Trust me, you don’t want to miss out on these fabulous cake recipes that are super easy to make and totally satisfy your sweet tooth.  Let’s get to it!

Cinnamon Roll Mug Cake

Source: The Big Man’s World

If you’re looking for a light and sinfully fluffy mug cake that is filled with luscious cinnamon and vanilla, honey (Or should I say stevia? Ha!), you’ve found it! And get this…not a stitch of dairy to be found! No butter, oil, grains, or sugar. Just plain old yummy low-carb goodness that’ll totally melt in your mouth and not on your waistline.

If you are gluten-free this recipe will suit you well, too! Honestly, this particular mug-cake pretty much covers all the low-carb and whole-food WOEs. Don’t like using your microwave? No problem! You can bake this mug cake in your oven by following the instructions HERE.

Moist Chocolate Mug Cake

Source: Wholesome Yum

This keto mug cake recipe only consists of six ingredients. It’s a super basic recipe with BIG flavor! The recipe calls for butter, but you can replace it with ghee or coconut oil. If you choose to do this, simply add a pinch or two of salt to the mix. Personally, I like to eat this chocolate mug cake with a scoop of coconut milk ice cream. It is heavenly!

Learn how to make it HERE.

3 Ingredient Keto Peanut Butter Mug Cake

Source: Kirbie’s Cravings

I don’t think I’ve ever come across a keto mug cake that is easier to make than this peanut butter confection. It’s dairy-free, wheat-free, low-carb, and amazeballs. All you need is raw peanut butter (sugar-free), an egg, and your favorite sugar substitute. I like to use a stevia/erythritol mix. To get the complete recipe, click HERE.

Strawberry Coconut Flour Mug Cake

Source: Low Carb Yum

If you’re tired of chocolate or vanilla-type mug cakes and have a hankering for something with a summer berry type flavor, I’ve got you covered! This strawberry keto mug cake contains no dairy and is the perfect way to end a meal. It’s only 4 net carbs, too! You can cover it in all sorts of yummy keto toppings if you’d like. Find out which ones by clicking HERE.

Easy Vanilla Mug Cake

Source: Wholesome Yum

If you aren’t feeling extra and just want something simple to satisfy your sweet tooth, this vanilla mug cake is the ticket. There’s no dairy in it to upset your sensitive stomach or mess up your health goals. Just pure amazing, desserty goodness in a mug! Get the details on how to make this awesome vanilla mug cake right HERE.

This cake is great when topped with your favorite berries. I prefer strawberries or blueberries. If your MACROS allow, you can even add a few small chunks of peach to the mix.

Salted Carmel Keto Cake In A Mug

Source: Perfect Keto

This is a really fun dairy-free keto mug cake. It really helps you feel like you’re getting to snack on what everyone else is eating. There are times in my keto journey where I just want to have some of the “fun food”. This salted caramel keto mug cake fulfills my desires without all the carbs and dairy. Hooray! Learn how to make this masterpiece in a mug by clicking HERE.

Lemon Mug Cake

Source: The Big Man’s World

This delicious mug cake can be made in 1-minute! You can’t beat that in the world of low-carb desserts. It’s free of dairy and can be made with nut milk. I think this cake has an iced lemon pound cake type flavor. It’s really good paired with your favorite tea. Toss a few raspberries on top and you’ve got yourself one heck of a delightful dessert. Click HERE to learn how to make it.

Keto Mixed Berry Mug Cake

Source: Keto Diet App

This is for all the berry lovers out there. Not only is this mug cake dairy-free and keto, but it’s also super easy to make. Each bite is filled with luscious berries of your choosing. Personally, I like to add raspberries and blueberries to this recipe. Any type of berries will do, though. I’ve even heard of some folks using cranberries.

The recipe says you can add heavy whipping cream as a topping but since we are keeping it dairy-free, try using some coconut cream, instead. Learn more about this recipe HERE.

Cinnamon and Walnut Mug Cake

Source: Ketogenic Girl

This mug cake is warm and comforting. Seriously, if it’s a cold, dreary day, you’ll wanna make this little mug of dairy-free happiness. It combines the feisty flavor of cinnamon with nutty walnuts. It’s like a hug for your belly. Learn how to make this good-for-you dessert by clicking HERE.

This particular mug cake pairs well with a delicious cup of coffee. You can add a pat of grass-fed butter as a topping but if you want to keep it 100% dairy-free, choose ghee!

Keto Blueberry Pancake Mug Cake

Source: Forget Sugar Friday

OK, so I saved the best for last. Well, it’s best for me, anyway! Who wouldn’t want a blueberry pancake mug cake for breakfast? This recipe is so simple! It’s dairy-free and delicious. You can top it with a little drizzle of sugar-free syrup if you’re a dirty keto kind of person. If not, this mug cake is delicious as is. Learn how to make it HERE.

Which One Of These Dairy-Free Keto Mug Cake Recipes Will You Make First?

The choice is definitely going to be difficult! These dairy-free mug cake recipes are dastardly delicious. From classic chocolate to berry-stuffed concoctions, there’s a little something for every palate on this list.

Mug cakes are easy to make and a wonderful way to keep your health goals on track. I bet your non-keto friends can’t say that their cakes are good for them, but you certainly can when you make one of these little gems!

Enjoy 🙂

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Heather Cooan

Heather is a marketing executive turned nutrition counselor, consultant, and educator. Heather is currently a Nutrition Therapist Master and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner candidate and advocates for informed consent, bodily autonomy, and self-directed healthcare. She speaks and writes on nutrition and lifestyle interventions for improved health and wellness. Heather successfully avoided radiation and chemotherapy and healed her body of vulvar cancer utilizing a food-as-medicine approach combined with conventional interventions such as surgery. Heather has also put two autoimmune diseases into remission (Hashimotos and Lichen Sclerosus) and reversed estrogen dominance, insulin resistance, atherosclerosis, and fatty liver through diet and lifestyle change.

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There are 2 comments

  • Eli says:

    I still haven’t tried making mug cakes before and I really want to try it. These mug cake recipes look so good. I’m thinking of trying these. Thanks for posting!

  • Absolutely, I hope you get around to it and enjoy!

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