This low carb chocolate cream pie martini is an indulgent vodka-based cocktail. Cheers!
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So… technically this isn’t a martini (which is a mixture of gin or vodka with vermouth) but it does contain vodka and it IS served in a martini glass, so I hope that the purists will forgive me.
I thought for quite a while about how to get the chocolate flavor into the cocktail. The obvious option is unsweetened cocoa powder, but I find that it needs more than a few shakes in a cocktail shaker to dissolve it into cold liquid. I then considered a chocolate flavor of my favorite brand of sugar free sweetening syrup – Da Vinci. This has the happy benefit of also adding sweetness to the creamy cocktail. But unsurprisingly, the chocolate taste can seem rather artificial, so as well as the syrup I added some chocolate extract.
I’ve been using chocolate extract ever since I wrote the Low Carb Chocolate Recipes book – and it works really well for adding some deeper chocolate notes but not adding to the carb count.
So enjoy this indulgent and luxurious martini cocktail – knowing that it is only *2g* total carbs!!!
Mix together the following in a cocktail shaker: vodka, heavy cream, unsweetened almond milk, sugar free chocolate syrup, chocolate extract and ice.
Strain the mixture into a martini glass, then squirt some whipped cream over the top (omit this for a sugar free option, or whip your own cream without sugar. But the canned cream is the most convenient option – and always feels decadent for some reason).
Low Carb Chocolate Cream Pie MartiniPrint
- 2 tbs vodka
- ½ cup unsweetened almond milk
- ¼ cup heavy cream
- ¼ cup sugar free chocolate syrup
- 1 tsp chocolate extract
- whipped cream to garnish
- low carb chocolate to garnish
- Mix together the following in a cocktail shaker: vodka, heavy cream, unsweetened almond milk, sugar free chocolate syrup, chocolate extract and ice.
Strain the mixture into a martini glass, then squirt some whipped cream over the top.
Use a fine grater to grate some low carb chocolate over the top of the cream.
2g net carbs per serving (whole recipe, not including garnish)
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