ice cream cone cupcakes

for clara’s birthday today, i made these ice cream cone cupcakes for her class to share.  I got an idea to do this after seeing Dawn’s posting on mini coconut candy cone at ketocook.com.

you can use any keto cake recipe.  I wanted to use the almond flour vanilla cupcake recipe, but since clara’s school is nut-free, i had to use coconut flour.  the cupcake didn’t turn out exactly as i wanted, but for now, this is what i have.  hopefully i can make better coconut flour based cupcake soon.

Ingredients

1 (18g) egg yolk

1T (13g) Truvia

1.5T(20g) water

1.5T (20g) canola oil (or melted butter)

2T (14g) coconut flour

1/12t (0.4g) baking powder

1.5 (53g) egg white

2t (8.6g) Truvia

1/4t vanilla flavor

8 Joy Mini cup Cone (about 1.3g ea)

1/4T (50g) heavy whipping cream

2t (8.6g) Truvia

optional: flavors & food coloring

 

Directions

Whip the egg yolk and Truvia (13g).  Add water and canola oil and beat well.
In a separate bowl, mix together coconut flour and baking powder.  Sift three times.
Add the dry mixture to the wet mixture and mix well.

In a separate bowl, make meringue by whipping egg white as you slowly add Truvia (13g).  Whip until stiff peak forms.

Add 1/3 of the meringue to the chocolate batter.  Using rubber spatula, gently fold in the meringue.  Repeat for the rest of the meringue.

In mini ice cream cones, pour in the batter evenly divided.

In preheated oven (325F), bake for 15-17 minutes.

Cool completely before frosting.

For frosting, whip the heavy whipping cream and Truvia(13g).  Add any flavors or food coloring at this time.

Keep in refrigerator until ready to serve.

 

Notes

Approximate Ratio is 2:1

Makes 8 mini ice cream cone cupcakes
**PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER BEFORE TRYING THIS RECIPE**
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