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35 Easy Keto Dessert Recipes that will Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

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Is your sweet tooth on the hunt for keto desserts?

Whether you’re new to keto and transitioning or you’ve been in ketosis for months, cravings for decadent desserts can be impossible to ignore.

The good news is you don’t have to forego desserts just because you’re following a low carb keto diet.

With these delicious, low carb keto dessert recipes, you can satisfy any sweet craving without derailing your chances of reaching and maintaining ketosis.

Here’s a sneak peek at the recipes in this guide so you can jump around or work your way through from start to finish:

  • Single-serve and multi-portion cake recipes
  • Sugar-free chocolate recipes
  • Sweet keto fat bombs
  • Desserts to make when you’re short on time
  • Decadent desserts that only taste like cheating
  • Keto-friendly cookies
  • Homemade low-carb ice cream (including no-churn recipes!)
  • Bonus: Keto dessert toppings

Before you drool all over these delish recipes, you have to know what you’re doing when it comes to low carb desserts or you run the risk of sabotaging all of your hard work.

Ground Rules for Enjoying Keto Desserts

Thankfully, you can have your cake and eat it too when following a keto diet.

And that goes for all types of desserts; from carrot cake to no-bake cookies and even keto cookie dough recipes.

Keto desserts can be totally original creations, like fat bombs, or they can be made by substituting traditional, high-carb baking staples for low carb ingredients.

When preparing keto desserts it’s important to be aware if the following guidelines:

#1: Learn The Basics Of Ingredient Hacking

Keto Flour Substitutions

On a keto diet, all-purpose flour can be swapped for the following alternatives:

  • Almond flour – this is one of the best keto alternatives, as it’s low-carb, high in fat, moderate in protein, and has great flavor and texture. Furthermore, almond flour is widely available.
  • Coconut flour –  The mild coconut flavor works well in most desserts. Just remember that a little goes a long way. Coconut flour absorbs liquid easily so you’ll need less than what you would normally use as a flour.

Keto Friendly Sweeteners

On a keto diet, sugar can be swapped for the following alternatives:

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  • Stevia – Stevia is a natural sweetener that is available in both liquid and powdered form. Keep in mind that stevia is much sweeter than regular sugar, therefore recipes require less of it to achieve the same flavor. Stevia-sweetened chocolate chips can be used in place of those made with real sugar, for example, to lower net carbs in your favorite dessert recipe.
  • Monk Fruit – this natural sweetener extracted from the monk fruit contains no calories or carbs, making it a great option for people following a keto diet.
  • Erythritol – is a type of sugar alcohol that has up to 80% of the sweetness of sugar. Erythritol typically doesn’t cause the digestive side effects associated with other types of sugar alcohols.
  • Allulose – is a type of sweetener that’s found naturally in some fruits. Instead of being digested like other sugars, allulose passes through your body which means it doesn’t increase in blood sugar or insulin levels.

Though these make slightly different versions of your favorites, it also means you don’t have to feel deprived of the sweets you loved before starting your low carb diet.

#2: Portion Control Is Everything

Just because these desserts are keto-friendly, doesn’t mean it’s a free-for-all.

Eat dessert all day and night and you’ll not only see unwanted pounds creep back, but you may also tip your carb limit over the max when you double or triple your serving. And that’s a recipe for getting kicked out of ketosis.

Stick to a single-serving keto dessert if you struggle with portion control.

And if it’s just you and a significant other, you can split these recipes so you’re not as tempted to finish the whole dessert on your own.

#3: Always Choose Homemade Over Premade

With the rise of the keto diet and other low-carb eating plans like it, not-so-healthy low-carb snacks, desserts, and bars have been vying for space on grocery shelves.

But these store-bought versions are often loaded with artificial ingredients, flavors, and preservatives.

Even if you find a dessert branded “low-carb,” “keto-approved,” or “low in net carbs,” these can never be fully trusted. With added binders and strange flours, you’ll more than likely find hidden carbs or chemical sugar alternatives in the ingredients list.

By making your own, you not only control the ingredients but also the quality of those ingredients.

Now that you know how to safely indulge in these keto dessert recipes, it’s time to treat yo’ self.

Since I started off by mentioning how you can have your cake on keto, it’s only fair to begin with these recipes first.

7 Irresistible Cake Recipes

These keto cake recipes include both single-serving mug cakes and those you can make for a crowd:

#1: Single-Serve Nut Butter Cake

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When you need guilt-free cake time, this single-serving nut butter cake recipe is the one to reach for because it’s also (gasp!) good for you.

For only 4g of net carbs and 272 calories, you’ll get a healthy dose of MCTs, which turn into a bioavailable source of energy (read: fast-acting).

And that’s not the only benefit of this cake.

Thanks to the stellar ingredients inside, you may also score health benefits like improved heart, brain, and skin health.

The almond flour in the nut butter cake comes with all the health benefits of raw almonds. Research shows that almonds can enhance your heart health by decreasing LDL (bad) cholesterol and increasing HDL, or good cholesterol.

The eggs found in this recipe are packed with choline, a nutrient that has been linked with boosting your brain health including enhancing memory and mental functioning.

Eggs also contribute to skin health because they contain lutein and zeaxanthin. Lutein and zeaxanthin are powerful antioxidants that can protect your skin from the sun’s damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays.

The next single-serve cake recipe also packs a health boost.

#2: Keto Collagen Mug Cake

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This keto collagen mug cake has everything you’d want in a cake and then some.

It’s a mix of rich, dark chocolate cake flavor with a hint of nut butter.

Check out the ingredients and you’ll see it’s also chock full of collagen protein, which can help:

Plus, the collagen in this recipe is also loaded with the same energy-boosting MCTs I mentioned earlier so you’ll have long-lasting focus instead of a sugar crash when you’re done.

And if you don’t have collagen or nut butter on hand yet, try making this next cake recipe instead.

#3: 2-Minute Chocolate Keto Mug Cake

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Most chocolate cakes are way over your low carb limits.

But this two-minute chocolate mug cake uses ingredients you probably already have in your pantry to satisfy your chocolate craving in less than 7g of net carbs.

And since you’re making it with healthy ingredients in a single-serve portion, you won’t have to test your willpower or be tempted by leftovers.

This next spicy, sweet indulgence makes getting through pumpkin spice season so much easier.

#4: Pumpkin Spice Mug Cake

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As summer winds down, many brands start pumping out pumpkin-flavored everything to welcome the beginning of fall.

And 99% of these pumpkin spice options are off-limits on keto.

Thankfully, you can indulge in this keto-friendly pumpkin spice latte mug cake.

So when you’re craving a pumpkin spice latte or pumpkin pie, this recipe will deliver those warm flavors and keep you in ketosis throughout pumpkin spice season.

You also won’t find any fake “pumpkin” flavors in this recipe either.

It uses real pumpkin, which touts amazing health benefits. Pumpkin is rich in beta carotene, a powerful antioxidant that according to the National Institutes of Health has been shown to:

  • Reduced risks of certain types of cancer
  • Protect against asthma
  • Reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration
  • Provide anti-aging properties
  • Help prevent heart disease and diabetes
  • Provide a fantastic source of fiber and energy

More good news about this recipe: you don’t have to wait for the official pumpkin season to start to have this keto mug cake in your tummy.

For more mug cake recipes, be sure to check out this guide when you’re done here.

Now, what about those times you invite your crew over and you don’t want to microwave tons of little mugs for dessert?

Try one of these keto cake recipes sure to please a crowd.

#5: Ultra-Moist Vanilla Keto Pound Cake

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If you’re like me and hate buying a pot or pan to use only for one recipe, this keto pound cake has your name on it.

With just one loaf pan you can make this pound cake recipe, the best keto bread, meatloaf, and even hold your no-churn keto ice cream in the freezer.

Talk about a hardworking kitchen staple.

This low-carb, suped-up vanilla pound cake recipe also does double duty: while it will feed you and 11 of your friends, it also contains collagen protein.

While your guests may not thank you for the glowing skin collagen creates, they also won’t know this cake is low-carb either.

Whip this up an hour before your guests arrive and your whole house will smell inviting with this extra special carb free dessert.

#6: Chocolate Keto Birthday Cake with Vanilla Buttercream

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Traditional birthday cakes are bound to give you and your guests unwanted gas and a sugar crash more likely to make them ready for a nap instead of partying.

So treat everyone to a keto chocolate birthday cake worth celebrating.

This one won’t leave them uncomfortable or ravenous for more and it only has 5g of net carbs per serving.

For a more sophisticated cake option, you’ll want to try your hand at this keto-friendly cheesecake recipe next.

#7: Decadent Low Carb Keto Cheesecake

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If you’re looking for a crave-worthy low-carb cheesecake recipe that’s also safe to nosh on a keto diet, look no further.

With a buttery almond flour crust that’s naturally gluten-free and a smooth cream cheese filling, you’ll forget this cheesecake is even low-carb.

And that means your non-keto friends will adore it all the same.

Since it makes so many servings and looks so pretty, it’s a perfect recipe for parties.

And if you really want to win host or hostess of the year, think about stashing these keto chocolates up next in a to-go bag for your guests.

3 Delectable Low Carb Dessert Bars That Will Make You Believe In Magic

These irresistible low carb dessert bars may be a throwback to your childhood, but thankfully they will all fit perfectly into your low carb adulthood.

 #1 Creamy Keto Lemon Bars

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You’ll enjoy the perfect amount of zest and sweetness in these keto-friendly lemon dessert bars. Not only do they clock in at only 2 net carbs per serving but they are packed with collagen, lemon juice, and almond flour, all of which may provide an array of health benefits.

Collagen can help support the health of your skin by promoting elasticity and hydration. Furthermore, almond flour provides all of the health benefits of whole almonds.

Research suggests that almonds may protect your heart health by increasing your HDL, or good cholesterol, and lowering your LDL, or bad cholesterol.

What makes these lemon bars so mouth-watering is the lemon juice and the lemon zest used provides the perfect amount of tartness. Additionally, lemons are packed with vitamin C which can help boost your immune system and like collagen, supports your skin health.

#2 Cinnamon Roll Cheesecake Bars

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What do you get when you mix a decadent cinnamon roll with the deliciousness of cheesecake? Our low carb cinnamon roll cheesecake bars that are rich, satisfying, and will leave your taste buds rejoicing.

The cinnamon found in our cinnamon roll cheesecake bars is rich in antioxidants that provide free-radical-fighting activity which may support your heart health.

The monk fruit used to sweeten this keto-friendly dessert also provides powerful antioxidants. In fact, one 2016 study found that monk fruit extract may help minimize the growth of both colorectal and throat cancer.

Do traditional, sugar-laden desserts have those superpowers? I think not.

#3 Light and Fluffy Low-Carb Cookie Dough Blondies

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If you’re looking for a dense chocolate chip cookie, then look no further than this keto-friendly dessert. Our light and fluffy low-carb cookie dough blondies are a delicious mix of edible cookie dough with sugar-free chocolate chips, plus gluten-free almond flour flavored with vanilla extract.

With only 4.5 grams of net carbohydrates per serving and over 5 grams of protein, this guilt-free low-carb dessert recipe provides a wonderfully balanced keto sweet treat.

Almond flour replaces overly-processed white flour and in doing so, provides a rich source of vitamin E. One 2016 review suggests that vitamin E may help reduce the risk of certain cancers including lung, prostate, and colon cancer.

Whip up a fresh batch of these fresh blondies and enjoy one of the best low carb desserts out there.

5 Keto Chocolate Recipes to Please Your Inner Chocolate Addict

Life happens, chocolate helps. But, finding keto-friendly chocolate recipes can be tricky.

As you sift through stacks of sugar-free bars and chocolate truffles, you may only find one or two — if any — that won’t blow your carb or sugar macros.

And that tiny selection sure is pricey.

Fortunately, making your own sugar-free chocolate is not only easy and budget-friendly, you’ll also have full control over the ingredients making it a healthier option.

This means that you can give your chocolate an extra nutritional boost to help make it the best low carb dessert possible.

#1: Healthy Homemade Keto Chocolate Bar

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In this keto chocolate bar recipe, you’ll find 2 tablespoons of liquid MCT oil, which is a powerful energy source that can:

Two other health-boosting ingredients in this recipe include cacao butter with provides vitamin E and maca powder, a powerful antioxidant that has been linked to improved mood and increased energy levels.

Plus, you’ll have 24 pieces of keto chocolate to portion out for snacks or share with your low carb amigos.

If you’re looking for a no-bake chocolate bar recipe, the Perfect Keto Mallow Munch bars fits the bill.

Our crunchy Perfect Keto Mallow Munch bars are an easy, versatile treat for any season or occasion. Crunchy, filling, and delicious, but with 9 grams of protein, only 90 calories, and 2 grams of net carbs, so you don’t have to miss out on the fun!

#2: Perfect Keto Mallow Munch Bars

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Perfect Keto Mallow Munch bars are a lot like rice crispy treats, except they’re perfect for low-carb and keto diets.

Instead of using rice and sugar (which unfortunately aren’t keto-friendly), we made these with dairy protein crisps and keto sweeteners, resulting in 9 grams of protein, 90 calories, and only 2 grams of net carbs per serving.

They’re available in Marshmallow, Chocolate, and Peanut Butter flavors. You can eat Mallow Munch bars straight from the package, drizzle them with nut butter, or even incorporate them into your own crunchy keto friendly dessert recipe ideas if you’re feeling creative!

#3: Coconut Chocolate Collagen Bars

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For a lighter Almond Joy-type candy bar sans the junk and heavy carb load, these coconut collagen bars are the answer.

Rather than using liquid MCT oil, this recipe calls for MCT in powder form and a scoop of collagen protein.

This sugar-free chocolate bar also:

  • Only requires 6 ingredients
  • Makes 18 mini-bars, which are bigger than most chocolate truffles
  • Contains 2.7g of net carbs for 202 calories

Don’t wait for Halloween to try this recipe or the next one on this list.

#4: Ooey Gooey Keto Almond Flour Brownies

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Need another reason to use your collagen powder?

Or do you just want a low-carb keto-friendly brownie recipe that actually tastes good?

Because this ooey-gooey keto almond flour recipe takes less than 23 minutes to make, serves 16, and tastes better than any brownies you’re used to eating.

Plus, each brownie only clocks in at 112 calories and 2g of net carbs.

I dare you to find a store-bought option that can even come close to these amazing stats.

And if you’re willing to spare a few more carbs from your daily budget, the peppermint brownies up next are so worth it.

#5: Keto Brownies with Peppermint Crunch

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Missing all things mint chocolate chip in your keto life?

Not anymore with this tasty peppermint keto brownie to the rescue.

Just a word of caution: This recipe is a bit more decadent than the first brownie, so you’ll need to plan ahead to work these 205 calories and 6g of net carbs into your macro budget.

The same advice should be followed with this next set of keto dessert recipes.

6 Fat Bombs For Instant Energy

As I touched on in this guide, fat bombs are a great way to sneak a healthy dose of fats in your diet, score a steady flow of energy, and stay satiated between meals.

But keto fat bombs can also be the ideal dessert — provided you don’t inhale too many or eat them too close to bedtime.

Prepare for these six fat bombs to rock your world:

#1: Keto Mocha Fat Bombs

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Skip the afternoon pick-me-up trip to your local coffee shop and pop one of these keto mocha fat bombs in your mouth for a boost of caffeine and energy.

With a few simple ingredients, including our Perfect Keto nut butter, you’ll have a decadent treat you can make ahead of time and have ready all week.

These fat bombs may also help your gut health, improve your fat-burning potential and strengthen your bones thanks again to the MCTs found in this recipe.

For true mocha fans, check out this fat bomb recipe too.

And if you’re the type to stare longingly at your office’s vending machine, this next recipe was made for you.

#2: Easy Peasy Keto Butter Coconut Bites

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Using collagen, our Perfect Keto nut butter, coconut oil, and coconut butter, you can easily whip up these keto-friendly chocolate peanut butter cup replacements.

Make a batch ahead of time and you’ll be ready anytime your craving strikes.

And you’ll never give those sugar-packed Reese’s in the vending machine a second glance ever again.

If you think a chocolate peanut butter cup should also give your brain a dose of rocket fuel, this next fat bomb recipe agrees.

#3: Brain-Boosting Chocolate Coconut Fat Bomb

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At first glance, this chocolate coconut fat bomb recipe looks almost identical to the others on this list, except for one big difference:

The scoop of Perfect Keto Nootropics.

This powerful combination of exogenous ketones, MCTs and grass-fed collagen will help you power through grueling cognitive work tasks with steady, even energy levels.

And thanks to the poppable, portable nature of fat bombs, this on-demand, keto-approved brain-boost can happen anywhere you are.

For an almost identical-to-the-real-thing Reese’s flavor, you can’t skip this next recipe either:

#4: Chocolatey Keto Nut Butter Cups

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Chocolate peanut butter cup addict?

These chocolatey keto nut butter cups taste so close to the peanut butter ones you’re used to but they’re also hiding a major upgrade: there’s no peanut butter.

This delicious carb-free dessert is made with macadamia nuts which are packed with powerful nutrients like fiber, vitamin B6, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, selenium, and zinc.

Research has shown that macadamia nuts can reduce inflammation and in turn, lower your risk of heart disease.

This recipe has MCTs, coconut butter, and other healthy ingredients to keep you feeling energized all day so they’re a great treat to pack for work.

For more low-carb nut butter cup options, try this keto peanut butter cup fat bomb recipe using rich, raw cacao, or this one that eliminates the chocolate altogether and adds a touch of sea salt for a different flavor profile.

Okay, if you’re thinking that’s enough peanut butter cup recipes, I hear ya.

Our final two fat bomb recipes are out of the ordinary.

#5: Tropical Coconut Key Lime Pie Fat Bombs

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If you can’t escape to a tropical island, you can at least transport your taste buds to one.

With these coconut key lime pie fat bombs, you’ll have the same tart flavor of a nice slice of paradise pie without having to spend more than 1g of net carbs and 114 calories to get it.

Because the recipe calls for fresh lime juice and lime zest you’ll also dig these added health benefits including:

  • Increased collagen production as limes provides a rich source of vitamin C which can help increase collagen production leaving your skin smooth and well-hydrated.
  • Enhanced immune functioning which can protect you during cold and flu season.

If you’re not feeling the lime and coconut vibe of these fat bombs, this last fat bomb recipe screams sweater weather.

#6: Pumpkin Spice Fat Bombs

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These pumpkin spice fat bombs capture the fall flavors of pumpkin and cinnamon in just one bite.

And these little guys go the distance.

Because when cream cheese and pumpkin puree mix with the slow-digesting fats found in the coconut oil and pecans in this recipe, you’ll feel ultra-satiated.

Pecans also contain the micronutrient manganese which is a powerful antioxidant that can protect your body against aging, heart disease, and some cancers.

Plus, each fat bomb only clocks in at 78 calories and less than 1g of net carbs, so this is a nice low-carb dessert option to have on hand.

Even better, one recipe yields 24 fat bombs so you’ll be stocked for almost all of pumpkin season.

For a complete list of fat bombs to span a year on keto, check out this guide later.

While fat bombs may be one of the easiest desserts to prep ahead of time, when life gets in the way of your good intentions these quick and easy low-carb desserts have your back.

4 Keto Dessert Recipes for When You’re Short On Time

We’ve all been in this predicament: you want dessert, but you don’t really have the time or energy to make it.

These keto dessert recipes can all be yours in less than five minutes:

#1: Creamy Dreamy PB&J Smoothie

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Does a small part of you miss peanut butter and jelly sandwiches?

Instead of wasting the carbs on the real thing and forgoing ketosis, enjoy this dreamy pb&j smoothie and you’ll stay on track without ignoring your cravings.

With only 5g of net carbs and 15g of protein, this smoothie was made for more than afterschool snack time.

This smoothie also sends you off with a healthy serving of collagen peptides that have been shown to support your skin’s health, combat ultraviolet radiation, and improve both skin tone and elasticity.

You can’t say that about your old pb&j sammies.

The next low-carb dessert recipe also shares a similar collagen twist on an old classic.

#2: Keto Collagen Chocolate Shake (Two Ways)

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If you want to feel like a kid again by indulging in a chocolate milkshake without giving yourself a stomach ache, take the smarter route with this keto collagen shake.

Beyond the skin perks I keep highlighting, collagen’s also known for these health benefits:

To take this recipe a step further, try this triple chocolate shake recipe for dessert too.

Not only does it have the same scoop of collagen, it’s also loaded with MCTs to maintain your high energy levels instead of causing a blood sugar spike and subsequent crash.

The next smoothie happens to be #TeamVanilla and also brings its own set of health perks to the dessert party.

#3: Creamy Vanilla Chai Protein Shake

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Chai isn’t just the perfect alternative to the pumpkin spice craze.

It’s also a powerful spice blend bursting with anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants to help fight free radicals and the environmental damage your cells encounter each day.

Research also shows that the compounds found in the type of black tea used to make chai may help prevent unwanted weight gain.

The ginger in this creamy vanilla chai protein shake acts as a great natural digestive aid, which may be perfect for those times when you want something light on your stomach but also something filling.

This last recipe is also a perfect solution for that.

#4: On-the-Go Keto Nut Butter Bars

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Instead of wasting your time trying to decipher which protein bars are really safe on a keto diet, it’s far easier (and tastier) to just make your own.

And thanks to this on-the-go-keto nut butter bar, you won’t have to waste time falling into a Pinterest rabbit hole searching for a decent recipe.

This one is aces in the flavor and nutrition categories and only takes 20 minutes of your time to make. #Keeper

Our next set of recipes will definitely cause your taste buds to do a double-take.

5 Decadent Keto Desserts that Only Feel Like Cheating

One of the perks of choosing a high-fat diet like keto is getting to experiment with silky, fat-rich desserts like mousse, pudding, and (yes!) cinnamon rolls.

Check out these unashamedly decadent keto dessert recipes next:

#1: Heavenly Keto Butter Mousse

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This keto nut butter mousse recipe is unlike any other.

Despite its light and airy texture, it’s loaded with incredible health benefits, such as:

Plus, it only takes 10 minutes to make so you can even whip it up after a long and stressful day without too much effort.

Despite feeling like you’re cheating, there’s only 167 calories and 1g of net carb per quarter cup serving in this low-carb dessert.

The next recipe is best if you prefer your mousse in the chocolate family.

#2: Perfect Keto Chocolate Mousse

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Our Perfect Keto chocolate mousse also takes just 10 minutes to make and contains an awesome mix of both collagen and exogenous ketones.

What do you need to know about exogenous ketones?

Basically, exogenous ketones can help you reach and maintain ketosis. They can also:

  • Help supercharge cognitive function
  • Combat inflammation and oxidative stress
  • Prevent cancer and help fight it
  • Improve insulin sensitivity
  • Offer protective benefits for your heart
  • Aid in fat loss
  • Improve your workouts

Exogenous ketones and collagen aren’t the only health stars in this decadent mousse.

Our very own recipe creator Cristina Curp also snuck in superfoods like avocados, cauliflower and blueberries — but you’d never know from taste alone.

These three flavors hide well under the chocolatey blanket of goodness so if you’re having trouble meeting your micronutrient needs, try adding this mousse to increase your vitamin and mineral intake.

For a pudding version that’s also just as satisfying and adds more fiber to your diet, this next recipe will become your go-to.

#3: Chocolate Keto Chia Pudding

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This chocolate keto chia pudding recipe has a smaller ingredient list than the last one and uses the same collagen found in the chocolate mousse recipe.

But with the addition of chia seeds, you’ll feel fuller longer thanks to their high fiber content. Chia seeds may also support your health by:

You can see chia seed pudding is no ordinary pudding you get out of a box.

And this next one takes pudding flavors you know to new heights.

#4: Matcha Chia Seed Pudding

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Matcha comes with an abundance of health benefits including:

So jump on the matcha craze with this matcha chia pudding recipe.

It can be an energizing snack to kick off your first meal of the day or you can have it post-lunch to keep your energy levels high and tummy full until dinner time.

Our final decadent keto dessert may not be one you ever thought you’d get to have on a ketogenic diet.

#5: Best Homemade Keto Cinnamon Rolls

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You don’t have to hide the fact that every so often you crave a cinnamon roll on keto.

This doesn’t mean you’ve failed or that a keto diet isn’t for you; it just means you have to work smarter around these cravings.

Try this keto cinnamon roll recipe and you’ll savor the same warm flavors without the sugar and excess carbs. Each roll comes in at 142 calories and 4g of net carbs.

And no, that doesn’t mean you should double your portion and have two rolls just because they may fit your macros.

Rather, this is just a perfect way to treat yo’ self without ruining your ketosis goals.

What’s the secret ingredient I alluded to earlier?

Check out the recipe and keep an open mind. This is one of those recipes you can’t knock until you try it.

But before you head off into cinnamon roll bliss, we have a few more low-carb desserts to cover.

And you won’t want to bounce without a few keto cookie recipes in your back pocket.

3 Keto-Friendly Cookies to Make All Cookie Monsters Happy

Healthy cookies are another tricky treat to find in grocery stores, especially when going low-carb.

These three keto cookie recipes will save you from this hassle and quiet your inner cookie monster at the same time:

#1: Chewy Coconut Flour Cookies

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Chewy, soft-baked coconut cookies in less than 30 minutes from start to finish?

And they’re low carb with less than 1g of net carbs?

Yes, it’s true.

This keto coconut flour cookie recipe also uses MCT oil (in powder form) so you’ll actually feel better after this cookie binge than others in your past.

That’s because MCTs help your cells and your metabolism, two things most cookies can’t do.

The next batch of cookies are just as healthy and delicious.

#2: Buttery Coconut Vanilla Keto Cookies

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These low-carb cookies most resemble those buttery sugar cookies you’re used to.

But, just like the previous keto recipe, the ending is far different than the old version thanks to the elimination of all the sugar and carbs.

Instead of using MCTs, you’ll find our Perfect Keto collagen in this recipe to support healthy skin and digestion.

You’ll be giving your body a nice healthy upgrade with these cookies instead of feeling deprived while following a keto diet.

For a spicier low-carb option that works well for holidays and sharing with your friends, family, and coworkers, you have to try this last cookie recipe.

#3: Low-Carb Gingersnap Cookies

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These low-carb gingersnap cookies use almond-flour, which is naturally gluten-free, to replace overly-processed white flour.

You get the same great cookie texture you love and all these added health advantages thanks to this swap:

So when you show up with these cookies for your holiday dessert swap, you’ll at least be doing everyone a favor nutrition-wise.

And if the party is at your house, you can also whip up a batch of ice cream to go with dessert by using one of these keto recipes next.

4 Homemade Low-Carb Ice Cream Recipes (Some Are Even No-Churn)

You don’t need a fancy ice cream maker to create these yummy low-carb ice creams.

And since most can be done with as little as 10 minutes of prep time, it’s easy to indulge in your own fresh, healthy batch.

These keto ice cream recipes also give you a chance to hide powerful superfoods inside your chilly sweet treat, as you’ll see next:

#1: Keto Superfood Nice Cream

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When the nice cream phase hit your Instagram feed, you were probably disappointed to learn most recipes start with a keto unfriendly banana base.

The good news is you can easily swap that high-carb ingredient out for a better, low-carb superfood instead: cauliflower.

Cauliflower, just like avocado in keto avocado brownies, is almost unrecognizable in both taste and texture in this keto superfood nice cream recipe.

So not only does it virtually disappear, you’re also getting extra fiber and vitamins in this dessert because of it.

Give this recipe a try, and the next one, and you’ll never shell out your hard-earned money on Halo Top or other expensive, and not as delicious, lower-carb ice creams ever again.

#2: Chocolate No-Churn Keto Ice Cream

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If you don’t have a blender or don’t feel like getting yours dirty, you can skip it altogether when you make this chocolate no-churn keto ice cream recipe.

Simply mix all the ingredients together and pour it into your trusty, multi-use loaf pan to set and freeze.

Our next recipe comes together using this exact same process, but it’s for all you #TeamVanilla fans.

#3: Easy No-Churn Vanilla Keto Ice Cream

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Using this easy no-churn vanilla keto ice cream recipe, you can have your frozen treat ready in less than five minutes of prep time and use only three ingredients you may already have on hand.

And if you’re willing to spare a few extra minutes of prep (just five more minutes), you can even upgrade to a low-carb version of this popular ice cream flavor as this next recipe proves.

#4: Chocolate Mint Keto Ice Cream

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In this chocolate mint keto ice cream recipe that tastes just like the high-carb versions you’re used to, you’ll find the same organic coconut cream base used in the previous two recipes.

The coconut milk in this recipe contains unique proteins that may provide the following health benefits:

Chocolate mint keto ice cream is delightful on its own or used to top any of the brownie recipes on this list of low-carb desserts.

But you can also top your low-carb ice cream with:

*Bonus* 2 Keto Dessert Toppings Everyone in the Family Will Love

As my special treat for making it this far, here are two low-carb toppings to pair with almost every keto dessert recipe on this list:

#1: Irresistible Nut Butter Keto Fluff

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You probably already know the real Fluff you loved as a kid is nothing more than whipped chemicals and sugar.

But did you know there’s a healthier low-carb version available?

This nut butter keto fluff is the hero your desserts need — and you can even scoop out a bit and savor it on its own.

Since it’s only made with healthy ingredients that will actually fill you up, it works well either way.

And for a lighter dessert topping option, try this:

#2: Thick & Rich Keto Whipped Topping

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Store-bought whipped creams in the spray can or frozen tub are filled with tons of additives, chemicals, and horrible-for-you ingredients.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Homemade whipped cream is easy to make and doesn’t require any fake or suspect ingredients.

In just five minutes of prep time, you’ll have this thick keto-safe whipped cream ready to go.

And it holds up on its own instead of disappearing within seconds as the chemical options do.

Do you know what will actually disappear with the help of all these keto dessert recipes?

Your muffin top, dad bod, excess body fat, and low energy levels.

So Which Keto Desserts Are You Trying Today?

With an array of low carb desserts to choose from, you’ll be able to satisfy any sweet cravings trying to veer you off the path to ketosis.

And since each of these recipes is keto-friendly and nutritionally backed by healthy ingredients, you can do so guilt-free anytime you like.

So which ones are you going to make first?

Bookmark, share or pin this page so you can always refer back to these recipes in a flash and you’ll be able to stick to keto without feeling dessert-deprived.

Cheers to having your cake and other desserts on keto without losing your fat-burning edge!

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