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Low Carb Chocolate Cream Pie Martini

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This low carb chocolate cream pie martini is an indulgent vodka-based cocktail. Sugar free, LCHF, and keto friendly. Cheers!

Low Carb Chocolate Cream Pie Martini - a decadent sugar free cocktail!

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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.Low Carb Chocolate Cream Pie Martini - a decadent cocktail!

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.

Note – if you don't have the chocolate syrup you could also use a combination of my low carb simple syrup and the chocolate extract, or dissolve a little unsweetened cocoa powder into the simple syrup!

So enjoy this indulgent and luxurious martini cocktail – knowing that it is only *2g* total carbs!!!

How to Make a Low Carb Chocolate Cream Pie Martini

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).

Use a fine grater (I love my Microplane!) to grate some low carb chocolate over the top (Choc Zero or Lily's Original Dark Chocolate are my absolute favorites.  Enjoy this decadent drink!

Low Carb Chocolate Cream Pie Martini - a decadent cocktail!

 

Low Carb Chocolate Cream Pie Martini

Low Carb Chocolate Cream Pie Martini

Yield: 1 Serving
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

This low carb chocolate cream pie martini is an indulgent vodka-based cocktail. Cheers!

Ingredients

  • 2 tbs vodka
  • ½ cup unsweetened almond milk
  • ¼ cup heavy cream
  • ¼ cup sugar free chocolate syrup
  • 1 tsp chocolate extract
  • ice
  • whipped cream, to garnish
  • low carb chocolate, to garnish

Instructions

  1. Mix together the following in a cocktail shaker: vodka, heavy cream, unsweetened almond milk, sugar free chocolate syrup, chocolate extract and ice.
  2. Strain the mixture into a martini glass, then squirt some whipped cream over the top.
  3. Use a fine grater to grate some low carb chocolate over the top of the cream.

Notes

2g net carbs per serving (whole recipe, not including garnish)

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Nutrition Information
Yield 1 Serving Size Whole recipe
Amount Per Serving Calories 289Total Fat 23gSaturated Fat 13gCholesterol 81mgSodium 105mgCarbohydrates 2gNet Carbohydrates 2gFiber 0gProtein 1g
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Joan

Saturday 9th of November 2019

What sugar free chocolate syrup would you recommend?

Dawn

Thursday 9th of January 2020

Torani

Georgina

Tuesday 12th of November 2019

I mention several options in the main body of the post - either Da Vinci a homemade simple syrup, both with added chocolate extract. I am sure there are other alternatives as well!

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