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Keto Chocolate Mousse (Sugar Free)

An easy low-carb chocolate mousse for when you want something sweet on Keto.

The hardest part of being on the ketogenic diet for most people is not being able to eat sweets, but with a little workaround, you can whip up a keto-friendly low-carb dessert in minutes. This keto chocolate mousse uses just four ingredients and comes together in no time at all, and what’s more, it’s to die for. This vegetarian, egg-free mousse is also great if you’re not on keto; just sub the Stevia for sugar and you have a perfectly scrumptious dessert for when you’re craving something sweet but don’t want to go to the fuss of baking.

Why stop at Keto chocolate mousse?

After you’ve tasted the Keto chocolate mousse why stop there? I’ve got a long list of dessert recipes that are going to satisfy any sweet craving. The flourless Keto chocolate cake if your a lover of chocolate, if you prefer more fruity and tart desserts then try my berry swirl cheesecake and if you want something fancy then my Keto tiramisu. Enjoy!


Nutrition Info (Per serving)

  • Calories: 239
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Fat: 22g
  • Protein: 3g
  • Fiber: 4g

This recipe makes 4 servings. Get this recipe on myfitnesspal.

Keto Chocolate Mousse (Sugar Free)

A rich and creamy chocolate mousse
3.72 from 82 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 3 hours 15 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine French
Servings 4 servings



  • Melt the chocolate and butter in the microwave (about 30seconds) and mix together.
  • Whip together cream, cocopowder and stevia
  • Add in the chocolate and butter mix
  • Whip till soft peaks are formed and put into bowls.
  • Refrigerate for 1 hour at least and serve cold.
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    1. Yes you can and about how many spoons I’d start with 1 or 2 and then taste it and add as required,

  1. I am trying this today, but I am using heavy cream. It is cooling now and I am optimistic but the stiff peaks eluded me. Was I supposed to get stiff peaks before adding the chocolate / butter? Will the heavy cream not be able to be whipped well enough? I will likely eat it either way, I have a no waste policy. Love your youtube channel and music, thanks for sharing with this old codger in the US>

  2. Hi,
    I think the net carb is more than 2 grams
    Because the 50 grams chocolate is 9 grams plus the cream about 3 grams plus the plus the cocoa is about 2 grams so the total is about 15 grams divided on 4 so every serve will be at least 4 grams.
    I want to ask you about the almond flour why it is not zero carbs ? because when i check the label i find the fiber more than the carbohydrates .
    Thanks for all your recipes

    1. Almond flour has carbs and some fiber so you remove the fiber when counting carbs. But it’s not 0 carbs because almonds have carbs. part fiber and part obviously the natural carbs.

      1. Hi Sahil,
        Thanks for your reply,
        I got almond flour from holland and Barret and on the label us written 6.9g carb and 7.4G Fiber so why is not zero net carb

        1. In Australia, the carbohydrates listed on the label of food items are not total carbs, but net carbs (with fibre already deducted). Maybe it’s the same in the UK, where Holland and Barrett are from? Just a thought…

  3. When I click on the recommended cocoa powder link it goes to Anthony Glycolic Facial Cleanser. Not sure that’d work 🙂

    Please, what is your recommended cocoa powder?

  4. I was googling for moose keto Recipe. I ended up here. Unfortunatedly the usual moose vegetables wont work here. Brockoli smells bad next day in soup, so I guess it wont be traditional.

  5. I have never ever used any sugar substitute so please can u tell me how much stevia i should use

  6. Hi Sahil. In the video you mentioned adding coffee, is that instead of the cocoa powder? Or we’ll need both coffee and cocoa powder?

    1. Hi Rishabh, if you just add coffee then you’ll get a more coffee flavour but if you add both cocoa and coffee you’ll get a more chocolate coffee flavour. They work great together honestly, I’d personally add both.

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