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Low-Carb Lemon Curd is a true delight to eat. It’s a really easy recipe to make, and you’ll be amazed by how delicious it is.
This sweet treats recipe is perfect for you to make for your loved one or for entertaining and wowing your friends with a sugar-free keto cake that is delicious.
This Lemon Curd Cake was originally published in September 2019 at the address of dVYx_faAAIk on YouTube.
This keto cake is so delicious. I made it for the first time last week, and everyone loved it!
The cake is made with a unique mixture of flour that doesn’t contain any gluten or added sugars.
This is the easiest recipe of the bunch. It’s a basic sweet potato, cheese, and bacon recipe that you can make at home.
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I love lemon and this Keto Lemon Curd is one of my most-used recipes.
This version of the lemon curd teacake was a no-brainer for me, too.
There’s a little more science behind this recipe for a lemon curd cake, but let me just tell you it’s an amazing-tasting cake that everyone will love.
You can make it a versatile dish by changing the filling to suit your taste.
I would serve this cupcake with either keto custard or keto Nutella as the filling in place of the lemon curd.
If you add some fresh fruits to the custard or curd they’ll taste great. You can do whatever you want with this recipe.
Almond flour – One of my favorite almond flour recipes!
Lemon curd is delicious but doesn’t have enough punch to stand alone, so I added it to this vanilla sponge cake and it worked great.
Everyday ingredients. You can find everything from A to Z at the grocery store.
Thermomix friendly – making any of our keto sweets in the Thermomix, Magimix or food processor is super easy.
If you want to try making your own lemon curd and keto cake, then the Thermomix is the easiest way to make it.
Read the recipe below for a complete list of the ingredients, substitutes, and step by step instructions on how to make the best keto cake for entertaining or just for the lunchbox.
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Read on below for ingredients and possible substitutions, baking tips, and basically the questions you may have to ask regarding this recipe.
As you can see the ingredients are so simple and basic. These are just some of the ingredients I often get asked more about.
Almond Meal. You can use almond meal or almond flour. At this stage, I have not tested any nut-free flours for this recipe.
Sweetener. I use Sukrin:1 or Sukrin Melis for the cake. For the lemon curd, I use xylitol or allulose as mentioned in the recipe card and the original keto lemon curd recipe.
Gelatin. The gelatin adds a delicious chew to the cake. I just love using it in a lot of keto sweets. I use Locako Pasture-Raised Gelatin but you can use any you prefer.
Step By Step How To Make It on Youtube with the URL ‘dVYx_faAAIk’
Scroll down to the recipe card to find more details on how to make this lemon curd teacake. I have included both the following conventional method and also how to make both lemon curd and the cake in the Thermomix (or Magimix).
Step 1. Preheat the oven to 180℃ (350F). I use a fan-forced oven. For a static oven use 200℃ (400F). Place all the cake ingredients into a stand mixer or bowl.
Step 2. Mix until evenly combined. (The batter will be really stiff).
Step 3. To make the sugar free lemon curd; melt butter over moderate heat. Whisk in sweetener, lemon juice, and zest and whisk until the sweetener begins to dissolve. Add egg yolks whisking until curd thickens and will coat the back of a spoon.
Step 4. Use a stiff spatula and stir through the batter to ensure the cake batter is evenly combined.
Step 5. Spoon half the batter into the base of a 22 cm springform pan. Smooth over.
Step 6. Spoon the curd over the cake base.
Step 7. Top with the remaining cake mixture (and little blobs of reserved lemon curd).
Step 8. Bake 30 minutes or until lightly golden. Allow to cool before cutting. I like to serve my lemon teacake with Keto Ice Cream or keto vanilla custard.
For steps on how to make this keto lemon curd cake in the Thermomix scroll down to the recipe card.
Hot Tips and FAQs
How do I store it?
Store the lemon curd cake in an airtight container in the fridge.
Can I freeze lemon curd?
Yes, you can. Just store in an airtight container and defrost in the fridge overnight.
How long does it keep for?
I would keep chilled for up to 5 days or freeze it.