Keto Mini Chocolate Bundt Cakes with Chocolate Ganache

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These keto mini chocolate bundt cakes with chocolate ganache (so popular in my keto bakery) are an all around great keto dessert to have in your repertoire. My perfect keto chocolate cake recipe with a shiny keto chocolate ganache says decadence, elegance and is that dessert you can serve to company.

Keto Mini Chocolate Bundt

The recipe makes 14 mini bundts, making them the perfect size (around 8 bites).

You can also fill with a bit of whipped cream and add a raspberry, strawberry or blackberry for a truly high level dessert.

I’ve been bringing these to the farmer’s market and selling out. I make sure they have a sample first so I know and they know they will love these!

Keto Mini Chocolate Bundt from Spinach Tiger

What Pans to Use for Keto Mini Chocolate Bundt Cakes

The best pans to use are silicone bundt pans which come in set of three. I found my recipe makes 14 so the three pans work out. You might be able to use larger mini pans that make a perfect 12. No need to worry about the empty areas. I do fill them up to the top.

Keto Chocolate Mini Bundt Cakes with Ganache

Ingredients and Process for Keto Chocolate Ganache

  • Choc Zero Dark Chocolate Chips
  • Heavy Cream

You will want to set up a bain marie, which is simply placing a stainless steel bowl over simmering water. Try not to have the bowl touch the water, but allow the steam to heat the ganache. Stir continuously but not vigorously. Once melted, use a spoon to pour over the cakes. If you have ganache left over, you can refrigerate for a week, or freeze for up to three months.

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Sugar Free Sprinkles

These sugar free sprinkles make for a pretty presentation. A little goes a long way, but they brighten the chocolate look.

You could also serve these with whipped cream and some raspberries.

Selling at the Farmer’s Market

Keto chocolate ganache is something I bring to every farmer’s market, whether it be in my Lala Cupcake form, or in four-packs of these keto chocolate mini bundt cakes.

Macros for Keto Chocolate Mini Bundt Cakes

There are 7 full carbs per cake and 10 grams of fiber, giving a negative net carb count. Fat: 21 g. Protein: 6. Calories: 262.

More Keto Chocolate Desserts from Spinach Tiger

(All Grain Free, Gluten Free, Sugar Free)

Keto Mini Chocolate Bundt from Spinach Tiger
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Keto Mini Chocolate Bundt Cake with Ganache

Perfect for celebrations, grain free, gluten free, topped with sugar free ganache.
Prep Time20 minutes
Cook Time25 minutes
Course: keto bundt
Cuisine: American
Keyword: keto bundt cake, keto cake, keto chocolate cake
Servings: 14 cakes
Calories: 262kcal


Dry Ingredients

Unsweetened Cacao or Cocoa Powder

  • 1 teaspoon espresso powder
  • 2/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Wet Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup boiling water
  • 6 eggs room temperature
  • 1/2 cup avocado oil or olive oil
  • 60 grams sour cream
  • 1/4 cup almond milk unsweetened
  • 1 teaspoons vanilla extract

Chocolate Ganache

  • 1 cup Sugar Free Chocolate Chips
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream


  • Preheat oven to 350 F. (180 C) on bake mode.
  • Spray bundt pans. The silicone pans I use make 14 mini bundts. If you only have two pans, use remaining batter for cupcakes.
  • Mix listed dry ingredients. (Almond flour, coconut flour, baking soda, baking powder, xanthan gum, salt). together. Set aside
  • In small bowl add cocoa powder and boiling water together. It will be thick. Add in the sour cream and whisk, adding in a few tablespoons of almond milk, and vanilla. Set aside.
  • Beat eggs well for a few minutes with your mixer.
  • Slowly stream in oil. You can use either avocado oil, or extra virgin olive oil.
  • Add in Swerve or powdered erythritol of choice.
  • Add cocao powder mixture to the egg and oil mixture.
  • Add dry ingredients. Mix just until mixed on low. Batter will be thick.
  • Fill mini bundts to almost full.
  • Bake 25 minutes. Internal temperature should reach 207 degrees F.
  • Once removed, rest cakes for 15 minutes before removing.

Chocolate Ganache

  • Put ingredients into stainless bowl. Set bowl over a small saucepan that has simmering water. (Bain Marie). Stir continuously (but not vigorously) until ingredients incorporate. Pour over each bundt before serving.
  • Ganache can be placed in refrigerator up to a week, or in freezer for 3 months. To defrost, allow to sit out. Gently reheat in bain marie.
  • You can freeze the bundt cake with ganache in air-tight container.


Cake can be pre-frozen by wrapping on plastic. It’s best to freeze without topping and put that on after cake has defrosted. 
However, you can freeze left-over cake.


Serving: 1of 14 | Calories: 262kcal | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 21g | Fiber: 13g | Sugar: 1g

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  1. While these look absolutely divine! The macros at a negative net carb cannot be accurate.. the almond flour alone is 20 net carbs coconut flour another 2 net cocoa another 10 carbs heavy cream 1.6 and choc chips 14 net eggs 3 carbs that makes this whole recipe closer to 50 net carbs. Divided by 14 would equal to about 3.5 net carbs per Bundt. Still good macros… but definitely not ‘negative’….

    1. It’s because the fiber in the ganache. Heavy cream has NO carbs. You can take this recipe through myfitnesspal and see yourself. The actual carbs are 4 and the fiber is 8, thus the negative. There are 14 servings.

      1. I am truly NOT trying to be argumentative .. but heavy cream actually has .4 carbs per Tbl. That means 3.2 carbs per 1/2cup. Because the serving size of cream is less than .5 carb, then manufacturers are not legally required to list the carbs on the label. But they do add up. Also depending on the choc chips you use.. they are up to 20 net carbs per cup.. from my experience, I get closer results when I calculate the macros from each of the specific ingredients I’m using. ( No offense to those who love the MFP app- )
        I do love your recipes and sincerely appreciate your hard work and willingness to share the results with us!
        Thank for helping us all on our low carb journey..

        1. 3.2 carbs per half cup comes to 1/4 of a carb per serving. I have a bakery and it’s very important for me to get my macros right. I check and double check everything. I check against what I see on the package. Outside of sending my baking off to the government to check, this is the best I can do.

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