This is a pudding for those times when you are catering for non Keto guests but you don’t want to be too bad and want have pudding with them. I got the idea from a Keto Mississippi Mud Pie but have taken it just a bit further and made it a death by chocolate.

This might sound like a heavy dessert but it is surprisingly light.



125g/1/2 cup (1 stick) butter

5 tbsp cocoa

40g/1/4 cup sugar substitute

1 egg beaten

100g/1 cup almond flour

100g/1 cup unsweeted coconut

In a pot, melt your butter and sugar substitute and cocoa on medium heat. Stirring until all the sugar sub melts. Turn the heat down to low.

Beat your egg and slowly pour it into the butter mix while you whisk.. stirring until it has mixed in.

Take the pot off the heat and immediately stir in your coconut and almond flour. It should be able to be easily pressed down without it breaking apart.

Spread your almond flour/chocolate mixture onto the bottom of a casserole dish. Let it cool to room temp.


500ml/2 cups cream

40-80g/1/4-1/2 cup sugar substitute

3 egg yolks

5 tbsp cocoa

1 tsp vanilla extract

1/4 tsp xanthan gum

Heat up your two cups of cream on medium. Whisk in your cocoa.. let it heat up to a gentle simmer (do not allow your cream to boil)

In a separate bowl, place your egg yolks and whisk in your sugar substitute and vanilla

Slowly add in your xanthan gum to the eggs, whisking continuously. DO NOT STOP.

Slowly pour in about 1/2 a cup full of the chocolate cream into the eggs as you continue to whisk.

Mix it all together and then pour the mix back in pan and mix well.

Put it back onto a medium heat and stir continuously for about 5 minutes or until it has thickened up a bit.

Pour the mix on top of the cookie base and leave to cool.


250ml/1 cup heavy cream

120g/4 ounces unsweetened chocolate

Sweeten to taste if you want.

Chop chocolate into smallish pieces.

Heat cream until it just begins to bubble at the edges, do not allow to boil, remove from heat.

Put chocolate into cream, make sure it is fully covered by the cream, and leave for 3-4 minutes.

Stir chocolate into the cream until it is fully combined, dark and creamy.

Allow to cool for a while then pour over second layer.

Allow to cool, refrigerate and serve when ready for it

You could for that little extra chocolate grate some dark chocolate over the top of the ganache just before serving… 4 layers of chocolate instead of 3… Truly Death By Chocolate.

Nutrional Information

CARBS: 10g

FIBRE: 2.7

22 Comments Add yours

  1. C Shaw says:

    I am going to sub walnuts for coconut flakes


  2. Diane W says:

    I cannot tolerate dairy. Is there a replacement for the heavy cream? Coconut cream maybe?


    1. joolzs101 says:

      I’m sure that would work


  3. Ali says:

    Can we convert to U.S cups?


  4. Marge says:

    How many servings?


    1. joolzs101 says:

      I got 16 about 2” x 1”


  5. Elizabeth Garcia says:

    You say use coconut but what kind of coconut? Flour or Milk?


    1. joolzs101 says:

      Sorry about that, I used shredded. I’ll edit the post.


  6. Amanda says:

    Is this carb total for the whole pie or per serving please


    1. joolzs101 says:

      Sad to say it’s per serve but I do stress it’s for special occasions net carbs are 7.3g


  7. Tracey says:

    What size pan did you use?


  8. Donna says:

    How many servings does this recipes make?


  9. Erin says:

    Nothing in this is very high carb. How did the per serving count get so big? Or are you not using net carbs?


    1. joolzs101 says:

      Not using net carbs


  10. Tracee says:

    On the custard layer, you said “cream”. Did you mean heavy cream?


    1. joolzs101 says:

      Yes sorry I should have said that… heavy cream/double cream depending on what side of the Atlantic you come from


  11. Debbie says:

    I made this and it was delicious as well as beautiful! Very rich and decadent, maybe a little too sweet for us. Next time I will reduce the amount of sugar in the ganache. Thanx for posting this recipe!


    1. Debbie says:

      I meant sweetener, not sugar!:)


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