Carbs and dessert usually go hand-in-hand. Keto desert recipes, however, use a few creative substitutes and keto-friendly ingredients that don’t deprive you of your after-dinner course.
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Peanut Butter Cookies
Snickerdoodle Cookie Bars
Cream Cheese Bombs
Blueberry Dump Cake
Chocolate Zucchini Muffins
Almond Butter Cups
Low-Carb Pumpkin Pie
Fudgy Chocolate Brownies
Ricotta Dessert Cups
Lemon Meringue Pie
Berries & Cream Popsicles
Oreo Dirt Cake
Raspberry Chia Pudding
Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars
Dark Chocolate Bark
Soft & Chewy Chocolate Cookies
Calories: 184g Total Carbs: 6g Net Carbs: 3g Fat: 17g
The big kahuna: chocolate cake! By just using almond flour and allulose sugar or monkfruit sugar, you too can enjoy a decadent slice with very few carbs.
Calories: 200g Total Carbs: 6g Net Carbs: 1.8g Fat: 17g
For those that can’t get enough of peanut butter OR cookies.
Calories: 178g Total Carbs: 3g Net Carbs: 3g Fat: 16g
Speaking of cookies, everyone’s favorite cinnamon cookie comes in keto form using deliciously rich ingredients like almond butter, eggs, and vanilla extract.
Calories: 200g Total Carbs: 4g Net Carbs: 1.5g Fat: 17g
Cream cheese and vanilla extract work well in many keto desserts, but maybe none as well as in this cheesecake recipe! Eat plain, drizzled with dark chocolate, or with a low-carb fruit topping.
Calories: 50g Total Carbs: 0.3g Net Carbs: 0.3g Fat: 5g
You can make a bunch of different flavors with these by just swapping out key ingredients. Try chocolate, vanilla, mocha, peanut butter, cinnamon roll, lemon cheesecake, or chocolate chip to satisfy a variety of cravings.
Calories: 199g Total Carbs: 9g Net Carbs: 7g Fat: 18g
This is a great family-sized dessert that is also perfect for those on the paleo diet. The beauty of this dessert is that you don’t have to fuss over appearances; the flavor is what matters most!
Calories: 169g Total Carbs: 10g Net Carbs: 2.5g Fat: 12g
The fiber in the zucchini balances out the carbs to make this a low-carb chocolatey treat.
Calories: 101g Total Carbs: 5g Net Carbs: 5g Fat: 9g
If you’re a Reese’s fan, this one’s for you! Just melt some chocolate and coconut oil, and layer in your almond butter before refrigerating.
Calories: 139g Total Carbs: 4g Net Carbs: 4g Fat: 10g
All you PSL lovers can continue the pumpkin celebration with these keto brownies.
Calories: 244g Total Carbs: 8g Net Carbs: 4g Fat: 21g
Have a classic Thanksgiving with a low-carb pumpkin pie recipe made with pumpkin puree, heavy cream, and almond flour pie crust.
Calories: 180g Total Carbs: 5g Net Carbs: 3g Fat: 17g
Nobody will be able to tell this isn’t “the real thing” because it’s chock-full of rich chocolate chip morsels and cocoa powder. Just don’t mention the words “keto dessert” and you’re secret’s safe with us!
Calories: 202g Total Carbs: 9g Net Carbs: 7g Fat: 13g
Berries are typically low in carbs which makes them the star of many keto dessert recipes!
Calories: 175g Total Carbs: 6g Net Carbs: 3g Fat: 16g
If you’re feeling lazy when it comes to pie-making, this recipe uses an old-fashioned graham cracker pie crust that’s easy to make (or to buy).
Calories: 78g Total Carbs: 6g Net Carbs: 1g Fat: 5g
Doesn’t get any easier than this! Dip strawberries into some dark chocolate and freeze. Boom.
Calories: 158g Total Carbs: 4.4g Net Carbs: 2.6g Fat: 9.4g
For those hot days, or those days when you just want to enjoy a frozen fruity treat. Try a blueberry lemon version here.
Calories: 279g Total Carbs: 5.3g Net Carbs: 4g Fat: 30g
The kiddos may love this, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying it too! If you have room after dinner for a more indulgent treat, this keto dessert is perfect for both you and the little ones.
Calories: 217g Total Carbs: 13g Net Carbs: 4.6g Fat: 17.6g
For an overnight treat that can double as your breakfast, chia pudding is your choice.
Calories: 190g Total Carbs: 4g Net Carbs: 4g Fat: 17g
Topping your chocolate chip cookies with sea salt gives it a great salty finish that compliments the sweetness of one of the easiest keto dessert recipes.
Calories: 108g Total Carbs: 7g Net Carbs: 6g Fat: 7g
Another one of the simplest and quickest keto dessert recipes that only needs melted chocolate and some of your favorite keto-approved fruit and nut toppings.
Calories: 124g Total Carbs: 4.3g Net Carbs: 1.8g Fat: 10g
Last but not least, when your chocolate craving won’t be satisfied by anything less than a double chocolate chocolate chip creation.