Keto baking mixes can be tricky. As you stand there in the baking aisle, carefully reading the nutrition information on countless keto-friendly packages, the nutrition facts can be dizzying. The keto craze combined with America's sweet tooth has exploded with easy baking mixes containing low sugar or no sugar (hello stevia) and very low total carbs. If you watch your serving size, you can create delicious keto desserts and still stick to the keto diet. So dust off your cake pan and get back in the baking game with these top keto cake mix options. The best keto baking mix will contain the least carbohydrates possible but have the best flavor and make the moistest cake. Start your ovens!
Kiss My Keto's baking mixes let you choose chocolate brownie mix, shortbread cookie, and snickerdoodle cookie premixes. With no more than 1-2g net carbs in a serving, these are a top choice in the keto cake mix category. Made with almond flour, coconut flour, allulose, and monk fruit, Kiss My Keto is also gluten and sugar alcohols free. You can also make pancakes from this versatile mix.
Muscle Donut brand has mixes for donuts, cookies, and bread. Sold in a 5lb bag, you'll be scooping from here once you taste it.
Containing almond flour, organic cassava flour, and dried egg, you'll just need to add water to create your keto cake recipe. Not only keto-friendly, but also paleo, dairy-free, gluten-free, and full of protein. Cinnamon adds some sweetness but you can add your own sweetener too.
This low-carb flour blend makes a delicious banana bread. With only 1g net carbs in a serving, this is the best way to get that banana bread satisfaction.
High carb actual bananas are replaced by natural banana flavors and monk fruit. Add oil, eggs, butter, and a couple of other wet ingredients, and you'll be enjoying banana bread in no time. Get crazy, within keto limits of course, and add your favorite tree nuts or sugar-free chocolate chips.
This sugar-free baking mix by Swerve Sweets is perfect for making a chocolate layer cake with keto frosting. Also available in a vanilla cake for the black and white layer cake of your dreams.
There are about 3g net carbs in a slice of this cake made from blanched almond flour, organic coconut flour, cocoa, and oligosaccharides to give a natural sweetness.
You can't go wrong with vanilla cake. This mix is made with coconut flour.
Substitute coconut oil for butter and this cake becomes dairy-free. Wondrose is used to sweeten this mix. The sweetener Wondrose is made from erythritol, fiber, and monk fruit, making this mix diabetic friendly.
Use this for mix for easy portion control by making muffins or cupcakes.
This mix, marketed towards diabetics, also fits into the keto diet because of the very low carb and high protein. There's milled sunflower seeds, prebiotic fiber, coconut flour, and natural sweeteners. It does contain ingredients normally forbidden on keto, but the low-carb count makes up for this.
Zero added sugar and only 2g net carbs, this cake mix bakes up as if you made it from scratch.
Gluten-free, grain-free, ultra-low sugar and completely keto friendly. Foodstirs Junk-Free has "no bad stuff" as the brand says. Foodstirs also makes chcolate chip cookie mix and fudge brownie mix too. After you try the Foodstirs brand, whether you're keto or not, you may never reach for a box of Hines cake mix again!
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