Keto Red Velvet Cupcakes are perfectly sweetened with a moist and crumbly texture that will have you thinking these cupcakes are just as good as the real deal.
Sugar-free, gluten-free, and low-carb red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting.
These Keto Red Velvet Cupcakes are as close to the real thing as you’re going to get!
These delicious red velvet cupcakes are low in carbs and sugar-free, making them the perfect sweet treat for any keto-lover.
Red velvet cupcakes – perfect for any special occasion
Red velvet cupcakes are as delicious as they are festive. The perfect way to celebrate any special occasion, keto red velvet cupcakes are a must-try for anyone on a low-carb diet.
And, with this easy and delicious recipe, you can make them right at home in no time!
There’s something about red velvet cupcakes that make them irresistible.
Maybe it’s the deep red color or the rich flavor.
These cupcakes will satisfy your sweet tooth while staying true to your low-carb diet.
These cupcakes are made with almond flour, and cocoa powder, flavored with vanilla extract and topped with a cream cheese frosting.
Red velvet cupcakes are a classic favorite, and they can be made keto-friendly with a few simple swaps.
These cupcakes are moist, fluffy, and have a rich chocolate flavor.
They’re perfect for special occasions or a simple treat!
These red velvet cupcakes are also the perfect treat for Valentine’s Day!
To make low-carb red velvet cupcakes, start by replacing the all-purpose flour with almond flour, and use a sugar-free sweetener to replace traditional sugar.
You can also add in some extra cocoa powder to intensify the chocolate flavor.
Be sure to use a good quality red food coloring to get that perfect red velvet color.
The recipe for the cream cheese frosting makes a modest amount, as these are small cupcakes, and I didn’t want the cupcake to be top-heavy. These are meant to be small treats.
I used Erythritol in the recipe for the cream cheese frosting, making this grain-free, sugar-free red velvet cupcake, keto-friendly.
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Wednesday 25th of August 2021
THis recipe is a complete FAiL!!!! THe instructions are even complete. Waste
Tuesday 20th of July 2021
I used this recipe minus the "sweetner" because I didn't have any lol..so it's not keto friendly. But the base cake tastes so good.
Sunday 16th of May 2021
What is the white vinegar for? Its in the ingredients but not the recipe. Mine sank pulled out of the oven too
Saturday 3rd of April 2021
Hello, that looks really good. I will do them but Could you tell me when we add the vinegar. Thank you in advance
Thursday 11th of February 2021
Where does the vinegar go in this recipe? It is listed in the ingredients but not in the instructions.