Quick and Easy Chocolate Keto Dessert

Servings, Time, and Ingredients

Servings: 1

Cooking Time: ~5 Minutes

  • 1 Avocado
  • 1 Tbsp Cinnamon
  • 1 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
  • 1 Tbsp Sweetener
  • Coconut Oil

Nutritional Information

The following only serves as a guide. Actual figures will vary depending on specific ingredients used.




Ingredients Gone Wild

avocado, cocoa powder, and cinnamon


So, so easy. Cut an avocado open, remove the flesh, and put it into a bowl or something where you can get a little wild with making it smooth.

smushed avocado

Yum. Now add the tablespoon of cinnamon and stir with gusto.

adding cinnamon to our destroyed avocado

The tablespoon of cocoa powder, this time stirring with vigor.

smushed avocado with cocoa powder

Coconut Oil

There are two kinds of coconut oil:

  1. That which smells and tastes of coconut
  2. That which does not taste or smell of anything

I found this out the hard way when I cooked a steak in coconut oil recently, as I’d previously only had the no flavor, no scent variety.

For this you can use either, but obviously if you don’t like the flavor of coconut, don’t use it if that’s what you’ve got.

I’d say use at least 1 tablespoon, but feel free to add heaps more if you want, finally, finishing up with as much a sweetener as you need.

This will vary greatly from person to person as, though avocado has a light flavor, it still has flavor all the same.


I recommend putting it in the fridge until it cools down, yes, the coconut oil will solidify and it will (still) look dreadful, but it leads to a nice and fudge-like texture.

If you’re looking to change it up a little, add in some shredded/desiccated coconut! It’s so super fatty that if you’re looking to get back on keto, eat this and do some light exercise, and you’ll be well and truly cutting the time to be back in ketosis.

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