Let's make cake for the Queen! 👑
The late Queen Elizabeth II loved many desserts, but this chocolate biscuit cake is her well-known favourite (And Prince William's too! - he loved it so much that it was his groom cake at his wedding to Kate Middleton).
While we may never get the chance to enjoy afternoon tea with the Royals, eating this cake with a cuppa at home is a close enough experience! According to her chef, The Queen's Chocolate Biscuit Cake was made fresh everyday for High Tea at Buckingham Palace. ☕️
This rich chocolate cake is creamy with a lovely crunch from the cookie crumbs! Despite being a royal favourite, this cake is suprisingly easy to make! And better yet, we've ketofied the recipe so you can eat like the royaly too (without the pesky carbs!)
Keto Chocolate Biscuit Cake Ingredients
- 140 g Softened Butter
- 140 g Justine’s Keto Erythritol Granules
- 140 Justine’s keto Dark Choc Baking Chips Melted
- 220 g Justine’s Keto Chocolate Chip Protein Cookie Crumbs or Crumbled Keto Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies (I used 100 g Cookie Crumbs and 2 (60 g each) Keto Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies)
- Pinch Salt
- Extra Justine’s Keto Dark Choc Baking Chips to melt to on top (140 g or drizzle to your liking)
Keto Chocolate Biscuit Cake Method
In a medium bowl, combine softened butter, Erythritol Granules and salt. Beat together until light and fluffy. Pour in melted chocolate and beat again until well combined. Next, stir in your protein cookies. Transfer mixture to lined baking tin, flatten top and place in the fridge for a couple hours or overnight until set.
Remove from fridge and drizzle with melted chocolate. Leave as is, or top with more cookie crumbs if desired.