Paleo Flourless Chocolate Cake

This Paleo Flourless Chocolate Cake is rich, decadent, and easy to make. It’s a chocolate cake recipe favorite year after year! This paleo flourless chocolate cake is kid-friendly and loved by every adult who has tried it! Totally flourless and gluten-free, and so decadent and delicious. 


Paleo Flourless Chocolate Cake
Paleo Flourless Chocolate Cake

Call my corny, but I love Valentine’s Day. Basically because I am a huge sucker for all things love-related, but I mean, who doesn’t love a day when it is completely acceptable to eat loads of chocolate, have a nice fancy (and healthy) dinner, and possibly indulge in some delicious wine? Some may totally disagree and think it’s just another ordinary day, but I can’t help but love to get a little festive! I probably didn’t feel that way when I was single, but I definitely remember doing the same thing with my girlfriends then, as I would now!

Paleo Flourless Chocolate Cake

Speaking of girlfriends… I am excited that I have gotten so close with four of my favorite blogger-friends. We decided to bring you an awesome Valentine’s Day Dinner Party featuring an appetizer, a main dish, a side dish, a cocktail, and a dessert. Full-course and absolutely killer. The entire menu is made up of healthy whole foods and is completely paleo-friendly. I brought you the dessert, and it is one of my all-time favorites! Check out the goods! This is an epic meal right here, if I do say.Healthy Valentine's Day Dinner Menu + My Paleo Flourless Chocolate CakeLet’s start this dinner party off with a Blood Orange and Grapefruit Cocktail (or mocktail), from Fit Foodie Finds, shall we?  Find the full recipe here.

Next we have Kelly from Nosh and Nourish’s Walnut Encrusted Scallops! Find the full recipe here.

Entree? Olena from iFoodreal has you covered with her Roasted Lamb Shoulder. Find the full recipe here.

But you can’t have a main dish without a side. Davida from The Healthy Maven brings to you her Lemon Ginger Asparagus with Toasted Almonds.  Find the full recipe here.


And lastly, my portion of the dinner party… the DESSERT

Paleo Flourless Chocolate Cake Plated

This is one of my favorite recipes I have ever made. It is rich and heavenly, everything a flourless cake should be. Plus, it is topped with a delicious berry sauce that ties it all together. We can’t get enough of this cake. It is an absolute new go-to around here.

Flourless Chocolate Cake with BerriesHow to make flourless chocolate cake

Make it this Valentine’s Day! 

Want other paleo dessert recipes? Try these:

Flourless Chocolate Cake with raspberries plated

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Paleo Flourless Chocolate Cake



Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 25 min
Total Time 35 minutes



Author: Lexi
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Ingredients

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
  2. In a bowl melt chocolate (stove or microwave).
  3. Mix in coconut oil and stir until combined.
  4. Add in remaining ingredients.
  5. Grease 9 in. springform pan.
  6. Pour mixture in and bake for 25 minutes. Let cool completely.
  7. Remove from pan gently, slice, dust with additional cocoa powder, and serve!
  8. Make berry compote: Combine raw honey and fresh fruit in a bowl. Heat for 45 seconds, mash, and heat for a remaining 30 seconds

Recipe Notes

Serve with berry sauce, dairy-free whipped cream, or fresh fruit


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What’s on your agenda for Valentine’s Day? 

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February 3, 2014

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  1. Wow! i dont even know where to start! So many beautiful recipes to try, and what influential, inspirational bloggers together! Yummmmmm! I love this post, I know my valentines day meals will be full of goodness!

  2. Wowww that looks like something I would dive head first into! The chocolate color is so rich and beautiful. Such a fun idea to get a bunch of bloggers together for something like that! I can’t wait to read the other courses. I’m not the biggest valentine’s fan… but I have been single for three years so that could be the problem haha!

    1. Thank you Gayle! I think leaving it out would be fine, but I can’t promise as I haven’t tried it without the coffee. Feel free to share how it goes if you try it!

  3. This cake looks to die for! I have all the ingredients kicking around in my pantry and am definitely going to test it out when my next dessert craving hits. I love that you ladies came together for this fabulous dinner menu. It’s such a cute idea, and sounds like an amazing flavour combo. The new season of House of Cards comes out on Valentine’s Day and I’m dying to see it so my roomate and I have some sweet plans to make an amazing meal and have the ultimate TV marathon. Not your conventional Valentine’s Day but I think it sounds perfect.

  4. I am so excited to try that cake! I have a nut-allergy, so can’t make any of the lovely recipes that call for almond flour…but this…THIS I can make! 🙂 Thank you!

  5. Valentine’s Day is my birthday so I’ve always loved the holiday — even when I was single. 🙂

    We like to stay in on v-day instead of going out to a crowded restaurant so I love the idea of a healthy Valentine’s Day menu. I’ve never cooked scallops at home but I’d love to try the Walnut Encrusted Scallops.

    And your flourless chocolate cake looks amazing!

  6. I’m visiting from The Healthy Maven. Your cake looks AMAZING! I love your photos, they are gorgeous! I feel like I can jump right in with a fork to take a bite or few. 🙂
    I definitely didn’t like V-day when I was single, but love it now that I’m married!

  7. This all looks great! I’m thinking of making the flourless chocolate cake for my boyfriend this weekend, but I wanted to make it a day ahead of time. Will it still be good if I bake it and then stick it in the fridge for 24 hours? Or should I just leave it out at room temperature until we eat it?

    Thanks for the tips!

  8. I’ve been obsessed with finding healthy, paleo chocolate cake recipes. I just made this one and it’s yummy! Dusted it with tiny bit of powdered sugar and a few raspberries. My new go-to recipe!

  9. I made a cake similar to this Saturday. I’d like to switch it up with cupcakes for V day. How long would you suggest I bake them? Thanks!

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