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Are you searching for low carb sugar free pumpkin recipes that won’t derail your ketogenic lifestyle?

Is pumpkin even safe to eat on a keto diet?

The good news is you can enjoy pumpkin during pumpkin spice everything season — you just have to find the right recipes and be mindful of portion sizes.

As you’ll see in this pumpkin recipe roundup, savoring the flavor of pumpkin season on keto is easier than you may think — and tastier and healthier for you than traditional options you may be missing.

Here’s a sneak peek at what this resource has in store for you:

Before you start pinning your fave recipes, let’s get a few nutritional facts about pumpkin out of the way first.

Is Pumpkin Okay to Eat on a Ketogenic Diet?

You may be surprised to learn pumpkin has several positive attributes that make it keto-friendly.

First, with 7.1g of fiber, the net carbs in fresh pumpkin clock in at 12.7g per cup[*].

While that’s still high for keto, you won’t be eating an entire cup of pumpkin if you’re sticking to the pumpkin recipes in this roundup.

On top of a healthy dose of fiber, pumpkin also delivers electrolytes and micronutrients like[*]:

  • Vitamin A, K, E, and C
  • Folate
  • Choline
  • Iron
  • Potassium
  • Manganese
  • Calcium
  • Phosphorus
  • Magnesium
  • Copper

Similar to sweet potatoes, the orange color in pumpkins means they contain antioxidants like carotenoids and phytonutrients like lycopene.

This specific carotenoid can help improve:

  • Heart health and cell functions
  • Your insulin response
  • Eye health
  • Cancer prevention
  • The strength of your bones

Pumpkins are also low in calories as a cup only contains 83 calories[*].

Despite having a fairly high glycemic index (i.e., the measure of how much a food raises your blood sugar levels), pumpkin has specific polysaccharides that actually help regulate your blood sugar and lipid levels.

This helps balance out the effect pumpkin may have on your blood sugar.

Keep in mind, this is only if you buy the right type of pumpkin.

Unless you’re taking a hayride to a pumpkin patch to pick up your gourd, you’re probably buying your pumpkin straight from a can.

Now, traditional pumpkin recipes call for “pumpkin pie filling” which is not the same as canned, fresh pumpkin puree.

As you can imagine, pumpkin pie filling contains extra sugar and carbs to make those pumpkin pies with graham cracker crusts extra sweet. This mix will definitely cause a spike in your insulin levels and kick you out of ketosis.

Imitation pumpkin flavors and artificially flavored pumpkin spice, such as those added to pumpkin spice lattes (PSL), also have the same negative effect and contain zero of the nutrients and health benefits real pumpkin packs.

Because of this, to truly enjoy pumpkin season in keto you’ll want to stick to fresh or canned pumpkin puree and follow these low carb keto pumpkin recipes.

Good thing they taste even better than those sugar-laced store-bought versions. Especially when you get to start your day with them just like a PSL.

5 Keto Pumpkin Drink Recipes to Start Your Day Right

Trade your artificially made PSL for one of these recipes and you’ll never look back:

#1: Rich and Creamy Pumpkin Spice Keto Mocha Coffee

This creamy pumpkin spice keto mocha coffee is like nothing you’ll find at your local coffee shop.

Rather than a base full of sugar, this drink has healthy medium-chain triglycerides, or MCTs, which fuel your brain and give you a sustained energy boost.

The MCTs also help keep you full and combat pesky sugar cravings.

So while other pumpkin spice lattes will deplete your energy and send your blood sugar levels through the roof, which only causes you to crave more sugar afterwards, this recipe has the exact opposite effect.

The next low carb version of a PSL uses similar ingredients.

#2: Not Your Average Pumpkin Spice Latte

In this low carb, sugar-free pumpkin spice latte, recipe creator Sarah Hardy also calls on MCTs for help in the form of a grass-fed butter creamer with coconut oil and MCTs.

To create this filling fall drink, Sarah adds a few more ingredients than the first latte on the list, including pumpkin puree, to create those rich flavors.

And she also happens to be the brains behind this next recipe too.

#3: Secret Ingredient Pumpkin Coffee Smoothie

Smoothies more your thing than hot lattes?

This pumpkin coffee smoothie contains the usual suspects like coffee, canned pumpkin puree, and pumpkin pie spice, but it also invites mystery ingredients like frozen okra and cottage cheese to the party.

Did you know okra can help improve blood sugar levels?

It’s also packed with fiber and low in calories, making it a good secret ingredient for anyone with the goal of weight loss on a keto diet.

And if okra sounds too weird for you, you can either ditch it or move on to this next smoothie recipe.

#4: Chai Infused Pumpkin Keto Smoothie

Leanne’s chai infused pumpkin keto smoothie is exactly what you’d expect from a smoothie mashing these two warm flavors together.

Her recipe also includes options like adding MCT oil and collagen if you’re using it as a post-workout smoothie, which helps build a filling drink you can sip on any time of the day.

Anyone in your family can enjoy this recipe since it’s sugar free, low carb, and keto, paleo, and vegan friendly.

This last pumpkin drink recipe is another that works no matter the time.

#5: Homemade Low Carb Pumpkin Spice Creamer

Rather than whipping up an entire pumpkin drink that only makes one serving, make this low carb pumpkin spice creamer and add it to your morning or afternoon coffees for an entire week (or more depending on how much you use).

It’s easy to create since everything goes right into a jar to mix up — no blender or food processor needed — and clean up is a breeze too.

Just combine coconut milk, heavy cream, vanilla extract, canned pumpkin puree, and Swerve (aka erythritol) in a mason jar and you’ll have your very own sugar-free version of the artificially made flavored creamers on the shelves.

Now, if you’re someone who prefers an actual meal to start your day over a drink, this next set of pumpkin recipes is for you.

8 Low-Carb Pumpkin Recipes for Breakfast

On top of seeing pumpkin spice lattes everywhere, breakfast menus and commercials are also pumping out pumpkin flavored everything come cooler temperatures of autumn.

While you may not be able to enjoy those versions, you can create your own low carb treats using these pumpkin breakfast recipes and still have an awesome day:

#1: Keto Pumpkin Pancakes (Two Ways)

Pancakes are usually one of the first foods people cross off their list when switching to a ketogenic diet.

And while most are off-limits, these gluten-free, low carb keto pumpkin pancakes are the exception.

Using a mix of ground flax seeds and hazelnuts instead of traditional white flour, this pancake recipe provides the same great texture and flavors of traditional pancakes without all the carbs, sugar, and bloat.

And this second low carb cream cheese pancake recipe is even more decadent than the first. Requiring simple ingredients you may already have on hand, like cream cheese, butter, and coconut flour, a serving will only set you back 3g of net carbs.

But if you prefer waffles over pancakes, this next recipe has you covered.

#2: Low-Carb Keto Pumpkin Waffles

This low carb keto pumpkin waffle recipe isn’t just a disguise of pancake batter poured into a waffle maker.

It’s more like a waffle with the nutrition dial cranked up to 11.

Not only are you scoring all the benefits of pumpkin, you’re also soaking up 14 servings of 22 different fruits and vegetables — and energy boosting MCTs — in every bite.

How’s that possible?

Thanks to our Micro Greens Powder, you can sneak an extra serving of nutrition into your pumpkin waffle batter and your family may not even notice the healthy boost.

While this powerful powder is no substitute for real fruits and veggies, it can help your body absorb the essential micronutrients you need but may not be getting since drastically limiting your fruit and veggie options to those strictly low carb.

So this booster is like an added layer of protection to ensure you’re not missing anything.

And it’s conveniently wrapped up in delightful pumpkin waffles so you’ll never taste all that nutrition going in.

The next two breakfast staples are as close to the original versions as it gets without all the carbs.

#3: Low Carb Pumpkin Bagels

Bagels with cream cheese are another hard-to-give-up-on-keto item for many people.

Fortunately, you don’t have to ditch the taste or convenience just because you’ve gone low carb.

This low carb pumpkin bagel recipe lets you create a fresh baked batch every week without sacrificing ketosis.

You’ll also find a recipe within that one to make your own pumpkin cream cheese spread, which Sarah the recipe creator makes with Greek yogurt to up the protein and nutrition.

Yes, you can have your bagel and cream cheese once again and practically guilt-free.

But what about oatmeal?

#4: Healthy Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal

This healthy pumpkin pie oatmeal may look like regular oatmeal on the surface, but it’s anything but underneath.

In place of carby oats, you’ll find a mix of pumpkin puree, shredded coconut, coconut flour, crushed pecans, chia seeds, and pumpkin pie spice, along with a few other ingredients in this bowl.

These blend together nicely to create the same comforting, filling texture of oatmeal while also keeping you full and satiated for hours thanks to its whole-food ingredient list.

Many of these additions are high in healthy fats (pecans, coconut, chia seeds, for example) and rich in fiber. The net carb amount per serving is lower than your old go-to version since it sits at just 7.5g.

If your breakfast carb cravings lean towards the sweeter stuff, the next few recipes should pique your interest.

#5: Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake Breakfast Pockets (aka Low-Carb “Pop-Tarts”)

This keto pumpkin cheesecake breakfast pocket doesn’t remotely resemble a Pop-Tart but it can be the perfect low carb stand in for one.

Balancing both sweet and savory flavors will give you the feeling of cheating with a decadent pastry for breakfast without actually ruining your ketosis goals.

Thanks to mozzarella, almond flour, cream cheese, and egg yolk, these breakfast treats will also keep you feeling full until your next meal, something Pop-Tarts definitely can’t do.

The next easy pumpkin recipe is also an unexpected pumpkin and cheese flavor combo.

#6: Pumpkin Orange Cheese Bread

Using the same ingredients as the last recipe, plus a few more, you can create this eye-catching layered pumpkin orange cheese bread.

If the thought of mixing sweet flavors like orange with cheese sounds weird at first, give this recipe a try and you’ll never question it again.

Each beautiful slice clocks in at 5.6g of net carbs and 28.7g of filling healthy fats. You also get 10g of protein for 300 calories per serving too.

The next keto bread recipe also uses cream cheese smack dab in the center of its pumpkin flavor.

#7: Cream Cheese Pumpkin Bread

This gluten-free low carb cream cheese pumpkin bread recipe is like slicing into a nice warm pumpkin bread and finding a creamy center waiting for you.

And this recipe only takes about 10 minutes of prep time (and another hour of total cook time) to fill your house with the scents of fall and fresh baked bread.

Plus, each serving is only 272 calories per slice, 4g of net carbs, 7g of protein, and 25g of total fat — 12g of which are saturated fats from coconut oil.

You can easily sneak one of these heavenly slices into your day without ruining your hard work.

But if you’re trying to stay away from dairy, and cream cheese and mozzarella are off the table, you can have your pumpkin bread with the help of this next keto recipe.

#8: Keto Pumpkin Bread

This low carb keto pumpkin bread recipe is simple and easy enough anyone can make it — including the cooking and baking challenged and your kids.

It also uses common ingredients you may already have in the pantry so you can probably make it while you finish reading this guide.

As for the best news yet: it’s only 136 calories per slice and 1g of net carbs(!).

Grab a warm slice, add a pat of grass-fed butter or goat cheese, and savor your treat virtually guilt-free.

The next batch of pumpkin recipes also leans towards the savory side.

7 Savory Ways to Get Your Pumpkin Fix

You don’t have to nose dive into the sweet flavors of pumpkin only.

With these savory recipes, you’ll get to know the side of pumpkin that behaves more like healthy gourds like spaghetti squash without tempting your sweet tooth.

#1: Low Carb Pumpkin Hummus

Pumpkin hummus may sound weird at first, but it just takes time and one bite to get used to.

The only real difference in the recipe is swapping chickpeas for pumpkin, which means it doesn’t require much to cross over to the low carb zone.

You’ll still have the creamy texture of traditional hummus and all those classic spices without the carb crash.

While pumpkin hummus may be a new take on an old recipe, pumpkin soup may make you look at pumpkin in a whole new light.

#2: Savory Low Carb Pumpkin Soup

As the recipe creator mentions, this savory keto pumpkin soup recipe can be used as a customizable base so you can stir in sweeteners for more pumpkin flavor or curry for a spicier kick.

Each serving is 4g of net carbs, 13g of fat, 3g of protein, and only 176 calories.

You won’t find those stats in most commercial soup recipes.

Try topping your pumpkin soup with pumpkin seeds for a crunch similar to crackers or croutons, without all the carbs. You can also pair this soup with a cauliflower grilled cheese too.

The next pumpkin recipe also swaps out a carby staple in favor of this seasonal favorite.

#3: Beanless Pumpkin Keto Chili Recipe

Fall may be the best time of year to enjoy chili.

And while most low carb chili recipes just replace the beans for meat, this pumpkin chili recipe does that and uses pumpkin for an extra layer of seasonal flavor without adding too much sweetness.

As with any chili recipe, you can throw everything into a big pot or slow cooker which means there’s less cleanup and even less to think about, making it a great weekday meal you can enjoy for a few days.

The next pumpkin recipe is one you’ll want to double and make more of so you can have plenty of leftovers as well.

#4: Low Carb Mushroom and Pumpkin Risotto

Didn’t think you could have risotto on a keto diet?

Technically you can’t have the Italian kind you’re used to, but you can get pretty close using cauliflower rice and this low carb mushroom and pumpkin risotto recipe.

This recipe uses whole pumpkin and teaches you how to roast it instead of plopping out pumpkin from a can.

All you have to do is cube your pumpkin meat, place it on a baking sheet, toss with olive oil and salt, and roast until soft (about 20 minutes).

Then just add the roasted pumpkin, thyme, and mushrooms cooked in brown butter to your cauliflower “risotto” and voila!

It only takes 30 minutes to make and less than 30 seconds to realize it may be your new go-to pumpkin recipe.

The next recipe also shares similar ingredients, minus the mushrooms, so you could make both at the same time and have nothing go to waste.

#5: Savory Pumpkin Casserole Recipe

If you’re tired of making the same ol’ boring casseroles, this savory pumpkin casserole recipe will wake up your tastebuds.

While the flavors may be different, the process to make it is just as easy as typical recipes:

First, you stir all the ingredients together in a bowl (i.e., pumpkin puree, heavy cream, eggs, ricotta cheese, and garlic).

Next, pour this mixture into a casserole dish, top with herbs, mozzarella slices, and shredded parmesan, and you’re ready to bake.

This casserole is worthy of sitting alongside your Thanksgiving turkey or enjoyed on its own as a comforting and filling casserole that won’t steer you wrong.

If you want to turn the heat up when it comes to your pumpkin flavors, you can totally handle this next recipe.

#6: Pumpkin Curry Chicken

The recipe creators behind the savory pumpkin soup earlier also came up with this pumpkin curry chicken recipe, which balances both sweet and spicy flavors.

Instead of turmeric’s bright yellow hue taking the spotlight, the orange color of pumpkin will stand out in your Instagram photos and make all your followers want to lick their screens.

Give this recipe a try and it will push its way into your weekly rotations, along with this next savory pumpkin snack.

#7: Pumpkin Spice Roasted Pecans

You can also get your pumpkin fix with roasted nuts like in this recipe for pumpkin spice roasted pecans, one of the lowest carb keto nuts around.

If you want a sweeter version, keep the recipe as is.

But for savory pecans, omit the erythritol and vanilla extract and you’ll only need three ingredients to make this classic snack a winner in your house.

Then again, you’ll always be a hero when you make one of these yummy pumpkin dessert recipes up next.

25 Keto Pumpkin Dessert Recipes to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Sure, you may have our top 35 keto desserts roundup saved for when your sweet tooth won’t shut up.

But these recipes below all take pumpkin desserts to new craveworthy heights.

So whether you’re craving pumpkin spice cake or a pumpkin roll, you can treat yourself to these keto pumpkin recipes and only feel like you’re cheating:

#1: 3 Pumpkin Packed Fat Bombs for Mini Slices of Heaven

If you don’t feel like searching for pumpkin flavors in our top 52 keto fat bomb recipes guide, you’re in luck yet again.

These three pumpkin fat bombs are exactly what you’re looking for.

In the first batch of pumpkin spice fat bombs, you’ll find pecans, coconut oil, cream cheese, pumpkin puree, monk fruit sweetener, and both cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice which create a filling snack that tastes like a PSL.

The next dairy-free keto fat bombs are pumpkin pie patties that resemble mini pies because they have a crust-like bottom and a creamy pie layer on top.

Finally, this pumpkin spice fat bomb is actually an ice cream recipe that’s dairy and sugar free.

So if you live in a warm climate with 80-degree temperatures in October and November, this ice cream fat bomb can help you cool off while still giving you cozy fall vibes.

This next easy pumpkin dessert recipe dishes a side of protein.

#2: Keto Pumpkin Protein Bars

Protein bars aren’t usually eaten for dessert, but this keto pumpkin one is an exception since it tastes like a pumpkin pie in portable bar form.

Using ingredients such as protein powder, coconut flour, nut butter, and almond milk, the macro breakdown for one bar is just 94 calories, 3.6g of net carbs, and 8.4g of protein.

So while it may feel like a treat, it can actually help you stay focused and finish your day strong.

Now what if you want a pumpkin spice cake that won’t take forever to make in the kitchen?

Hello, pumpkin mug cake.

#3: Pumpkin Spice Latte Mug Cake

Instead of making an entire batch of pumpkin cake you’ll just be tempted to eat by yourself, try one of these pumpkin spice latte mug cakes.

In less than 10 minutes of your time, you’ll have two single-serving portions you can nosh on your own for two days or split with someone you like.

But if you need a bigger batch of pumpkin desserts, say for a killer Halloween party for example, reach for one of the next few recipes.

#4: Cream-Filled Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Cookies

Traditional snickerdoodle cookies — which are essentially sugar cookies with cinnamon — contain too much sugar and processed white flour for ketoers.

Thankfully the ingredients are easy to swap out for low carb alternatives, and that’s exactly what this pumpkin snickerdoodle cookie recipe does.

These cinnamon sugar pumpkin cookies even squeeze in a cream cheese layer to stay moist, rich, and delicious.

Bring these to a Halloween or fall birthday party and they’re sure to be a hit.

Plus, your friends and kids won’t even notice they’re sugar, grain, and gluten-free as well as low carb and keto-friendly.

The next pumpkin cookie recipe is from the same genius recipe creator as this one.

#5: Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

If you’re looking to ditch the dairy while still keeping the fall flavors around, try this pumpkin chocolate chip cookie recipe.

At first glance these cookies look like regular chocolate chip cookies. But as soon as you bite into them, you’ll know you’ve struck seasonal gold.

These cookies are also low carb and both gluten and sugar free, making them a great recipe to share at a party.

And if you’d prefer to hand out cupcakes over cookies at your get-togethers and special fall occasions, these next two pumpkin recipes can’t be beat.

#6: Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes (Two Ways)

This first recipe will help you create a low carb pumpkin spice cupcake for the base and then an airy maple cream cheese frosting to top it all off.

As for the next low carb pumpkin spice cupcake recipe, you won’t find any maple syrup but you will get an authentic cream cheese frosting on a perfect pumpkin spice cupcake.

Plus, you can use canned pumpkin puree or your own homemade pumpkin if you’re feeling ambitious in either recipe.

The next two handheld pumpkin recipes ditch the frosting altogether.

#7: Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

If your pumpkin cravings are more about having a nice muffin to pair with your coffee or PSL smoothie, you don’t have to settle for high-carb coffee shop options.

Thanks to this low carb pumpkin chocolate chip muffin recipe, you can still tuck into your morning muffin without starting your day on a sugar high.

In less than 40 minutes from start to finish, you’ll have a fresh batch of nine pumpkin muffins you can share with your family or keep for yourself for the week.

Each one clocks in at 222 calories and 4g of net carbs so they won’t blow your macros for the day either.

To create a muffin that’s a little more filling, check out this next recipe.

#8: Keto Chia Pumpkin Muffins

While the last pumpkin muffin recipe can be a fun treat once in awhile, it’s not a good idea to start your day with chocolate chips every morning.

These chia pumpkin muffins are loaded with filling ingredients to help you feel full and satisfied for longer throughout your day.

Each muffin is still around 211 calories, but there’s only 3g of net carbs this time, 18.6g of fat, and 7.3g of muscle-building protein.

Make these to balance out your sweet muffins and you’ll have no trouble sticking to keto during pumpkin spice season.

But fair warning: the rest of the pumpkin recipes on this list are much more indulgent so you’ll need to practice your portion control to stay in the keto game.

#9: Cinnamon Cream Cheese Low Carb Sugar Free Pumpkin Bars

Don’t let the name fool you.

These low carb sugar free pumpkin bars with cinnamon cream cheese frosting are nothing like protein bars.

They’re more like little squares of pumpkin cake with frosting.

What’s nice about these is you can have a mini indulgence without having a huge slice of cake or a whole cupcake.

It’s just enough to satisfy your craving without going overboard, which is easier said than done when it comes to this next pumpkin treat.

#10: Sugar Free Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon rolls in general are hard to resist. And when you add pumpkin to the mix, saying no gets even tougher.

Fortunately, since these pumpkin cinnamon rolls are sugar free and have more filling ingredients than empty calories, you’ll be less tempted to eat more than one.

And that same advice holds true for this next recipe.

#11:  Easy Sugar Free Pumpkin Fudge Recipe

One of the best ways to get a sweet pumpkin dessert in without having to spend hours in the kitchen is with this no-fuss easy pumpkin fudge recipe.

You simply throw all the ingredients into a saucepan until they melt and blend together, pour into a dish, and freeze for a few hours.

This will become your go-to fall dessert now that you’ve found this gem.

The next dessert recipe is also light on prep time.

#12: Keto Pumpkin Chia Pudding Recipe

Chia pudding is another simple snack that also keeps your tummy from grumbling and your energy levels high.

You can even whip up a few at once to have a low carb snack ready for any day of the week.

All chia puddings have a neutral base which lets you mix in any flavors you want, including pumpkin.

And that’s exactly what you’ll get with this keto pumpkin chia pudding recipe.

For just 10 minutes of prep time and 1 hour of refrigeration, you’ll have a tasty low carb pumpkin dessert ready to go whenever a craving strikes.

This next decadent treat replaces chunkier chia pudding for smooth cheesecake mousse.

#13: Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake Mousse

If the texture of chia pudding isn’t your fave, or you want something to alternate between it, try this keto pumpkin cheesecake mousse recipe.

For only 15 minutes of your time, and six ingredients from your pantry, you can have your very own bakery or restaurant quality mousse anytime you want.

This recipe is also egg, gluten, and nut free so it’s a dream for households with food sensitivities.

There’s also one more way you can put your nice ramekins or reusable pudding cups to good use.

#14: Low Carb Pumpkin Custard

Similar to the last recipe, this low carb pumpkin custard is also a good option for anyone trying to cut out sugar and dairy due to the unwanted side effects that come with these two inflammatory foods.

Despite ditching those ingredients, there are plenty of tastier low carb substitutes to keep both the flavor and texture the same in this ingredient list.

Another perk to this pumpkin recipe is that each ramekin is only 160 calories so you can squeeze it into your macros without taking too many steps backwards in your weight loss progress.

And if you don’t feel like turning on the oven when you’re jonesin for a pumpkin dessert, try this next single-serving recipe.

#15: No Bake Pumpkin Pie Mason Jar Cheesecake

As mentioned in this roundup of 19 mug cakes, single serving mug cakes can be a lifesaver for times you’re craving something sweet on keto when you’re short on time and also don’t want a whole cake staring back at you for days.

This no-bake pumpkin mason jar cheesecake feels you.

Simply mix the ingredients right into the jar and refrigerate to set. In a few hours you’ll have a pumpkin dessert you can top with whipped cream and cinnamon for a five-star presentation.

The smart recipe creators behind this one also added a nifty feature in the ingredient list to adjust the portions based on how many servings you want to make.

So you can make one or four, depending on how many people you plan to feed, without messing up the math and recipe ratios.

This next recipe is along the same lines but has a slightly different pumpkin twist.

#16: No Bake Low Carb Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake in a Jar

Rather than eating a pumpkin pie out of a jar, you can have pumpkin cheesecake from a jar using this recipe from KetoDiet.

The recipe makes four servings so you can use it for entertaining or you can cut it in half or quarters to make fewer servings.

And if you want the complete pumpkin cheesecake experience, skip the jars and make this next full-sized version.

#17: Keto Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake with Pecan Crust

If you’re looking for a low carb pumpkin cheesecake recipe that works well even for non-keto guests, search no further.

With the same whole-food ingredients as a traditional recipe, like pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spices, this recipe substitutes low carb pecans for a flour crust and erythritol for sugar.

Your friends and family will have a hard time figuring out why this cleverly disguised low carb cheesecake substitute makes them feel so much better than the ones they’re used to.

The next recipe is also a pumpkin cheesecake with a twist.

#18: Pumpkin Vanilla Swirl Cheesecake Bars

Pumpkin isn’t the only flavor that stands out in these pumpkin vanilla swirl cheesecake bars.

This perfect combination is like eating a pumpkin pie that’s been delicately folded into a vanilla cheesecake.

And instead of having to make the two desserts separately, you’ll blend them together in one baking dish so there’s way less work on your part.

For readers who prefer their pumpkin with chocolate instead of vanilla, wait till you check out this next recipe.

#19:  Low Carb Pumpkin Cheesecake Brownies

If you’ve ever had cheesecake brownies you know just how tasty this flavor combination can be.

Now just imagine how wonderful a pumpkin cheesecake and brownies will be together and you’ll practically fall out of your chair.

With this low carb pumpkin cheesecake brownie recipe, you can make this dreamy treat real and it’s only going to cost you 3.7g of net carbs and 184 calories.

The next pumpkin cake recipe on the list is also only 4g of net carbs.

#20: Pumpkin Pecan Cake

This pumpkin pecan cake recipe is another one that works well for a party or a week filled with pumpkin cake.

It’s topped with cinnamon cream cheese frosting and pecans, which both help bring home those quintessential fall flavors to your keto table.

Even still, there’s nothing like a good old fashioned pumpkin pie to do that.

And the next three pie recipes give you plenty of keto options here.

#21: Low Carb Pumpkin Pie

Want a low carb pumpkin pie that resembles a traditional pumpkin pie, including the crust?

This recipe delivers both in looks and texture to scream pumpkin pie without anyone noticing the lack of sugar inside.

Each slice clocks in at 434 calories so it’s just as decadent as traditional versions and shouldn’t be inhaled mindlessly just because it’s low carb and sugar free.

It still has 5.5g of net carbs and 33g of fat, which is about the exact opposite of what you’ll find in other pumpkin pie recipes.

The next pumpkin pie recipe shares a similar filling as this recipe but the crust is completely different.

#22: Keto Pumpkin Pie with Pecan Crust

You won’t find a traditional pie crust in this keto pumpkin pie recipe and that’s because it tosses out the flour in favor of ground up walnuts and pecans, which make for a healthier crust.

So while the filling will taste exactly as you remember, the crust may convert you to a better-for-you option since it will keep you full and help you stick to one slice only.

If your family or guests are egg and nut free, these two recipes won’t work, but the next one will.

#23: Egg and Nut Free Pumpkin Pie

Having food sensitivities doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the seasonal flavors of fall.

With recipes like this egg and nut free pumpkin pie, you’ll have an exact replica that tastes just like it should minus the harsh digestive upsets.

Grass-fed gelatin replaces the eggs and the crust is made from ground up sunflower seeds and flax seeds.

So now you’re actually adding more nutrition to your pie with these healthy substitutions.

On top of serving pumpkin pie, or instead of, you can also opt to make these pumpkin bundt cakes at your next fall bonfire.

#24: Keto Pumpkin Bundt Cake

Bundt cakes work better than pies for serving large crowds.

While you may only get eight slices out of one pie, you can cut up lots of small slices of bundt cake for everyone.

And with this low carb keto pumpkin bundt cake, you’ll have a rich, moist cake and a craveworthy glaze to top it all off.

The recipe says you can get 12 servings out of each cake, but you could probably stretch this with smaller portions.

Another option is to use single-serving bundt cakes for everyone.

#25: Pumpkin Baby Bundt Cakes

If you really want to keep life easy and have portion control in check, consider making mini pumpkin bundt cakes.

You won’t have to worry about creating a slice-and-pass assembly line or figuring out who gets what size piece of cake.

Just fill the molds like you would with cupcakes or muffins and out pops a perfectly portioned piece for you and five of your friends and family members.

Each mini bundt cake is only 4g of carbs and a whopping 25g of fat.

Even though it’s small, each serving will be filling enough to satisfy your craving and keep you in the one-and-done category.

So Which Pumpkin Recipe Will You Try First?

With so many low carb pumpkin recipes to choose from, your best bet is to bookmark this page and start making your way down the list.

Choose a recipe from each category and you’ll quickly satisfy your pumpkin cravings without sabotaging your new keto lifestyle.

You can also create your own spice combination with this low carb pumpkin spice blend recipe and use that in all of the recipes mentioned today.

So now the only question left is, which one will you try first?

Let us know how it goes in our private Facebook group!

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