Celebrate National Chocolate Souffle Day with Four Recipes

Anyone who has ever eaten a souffle knows they are delicious! While they take a little time and effort, they are worth it. TV and movies make us believe it’s the end of the world if one collapses, but even if they fall, they are a tasty dish you’ll be thrilled you made!

Today is National Chocolate Souffle Day. Souffles come in all different flavors. The “blown up” egg dish can be a savory main course or a sweet treat to end a meal. You’re sure to impress anyone at your dinner table if you serve one! While they are scrumptious, they are also high in carbs. But we have four chocolatey versions of the dish that are low in carbs and sure to please!

Low Carb Raspberry Souffle with Molten Chocolate Center


These souffles are each cooked in their own ramekins, so you don’t have to share. The fruity sweet, and sharp souffle is set off by the dark chocolate center! We love this dessert for being not too sweet! A serving has just 57 calories, two grams of carbs and three grams of fat. Get the recipe.

Low-Carb Chocolate Souffle Recipe


This is one of the most straightforward chocolate souffle recipes we’ve seen. It’s written very clearly with only a few steps. Souffles can be complicated. This one has six ingredients and takes just 25 minutes. You will be eating hot, sweet classic chocolate souffle without the stress so soon! A serving has 109 calories, three grams of carbs, two grams of fiber and eight grams of fat. Get the recipe.  

Boozy Chocolate Souffle


We have been writing a lot about removing alcohol from your life. We are all for it! But some people enjoy cooking with alcohol. And, when you cook with it, most of the actual alcohol cooks off, leaving you with the flavor. This recipe calls for whiskey, rum or Kahlua. We like the idea of using triple sec. You can replace it with water if you prefer. This recipe, as written, would appeal to adults, not kids, so it’s definitely a date night dish. A serving has 456 calories, 10.6 grams of carbs, 4.7 grams of fiber and 39.4 grams of fat. Get the recipe.

Chocolate Mint Souffles for Two


This recipe isn’t designed to be low-carb. It uses normal sugar. It still yields a low-carb dessert. If you want it to be even lower in carbs, you can replace the small amount of sugar the dish uses with an alternative sweetener. Despite not intentionally being low-carb, it’s a pretty healthy dessert. It’s decadently rich and minty. A serving has 162 calories, 15.6 grams of carbs, 2.4 grams of fiber and 8.7 grams of fat. Get the recipe

We always think of souffles as a celebration dessert. They are usually only served in high-end restaurants. But, using these recipes, you can make them in your own kitchen to celebrate this national holiday or any other event you wish! A souffle will always be well received at dinnertime!  

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