Keto Desserts – 80+ Recipes To Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth
You might think that desserts have no place in the keto diet as they contain high amounts of sugar and flour, pure carbs. But you’d be wrong!
There are plenty of delicious keto-friendly desserts out there, and we can’t get enough of them!
We’ve previously written about what we love to eat to tame our sweet tooth, and we’ve also extensively covered almond and coconut flour desserts, as well as the most delicious cheesecakes:
- 28 Creative Keto Desserts Made With Coconut Flour
- 26 Delightful Almond Flour Keto Desserts
- 20+ Charming Keto Cheesecake Recipes
Now we’re here to show you some of our recently found TOP 10 favorites, in no particular order. We hope there will be something on this list for the whole family to love!
Ingredients: butter, almond flour, peanut butter, cocoa powder, cream cheese, heavy whipping cream, vanilla extract, coconut oil, sweetener
A cheesecake might mean a lot of work, but not with this no-bake recipe. It only takes 15 minutes to prepare and you’ll be amazed at what depth of flavor it contains. It’s sweet, it’s salty, it’s chocolatey, and we love it!
Ingredients: cream cheese, pumpkin puree, egg, spices, vanilla extract, mozzarella, almond flour, sweetener
If you prefer a sweet breakfast, these danishes are exactly what you are looking for. They’re sweet, crunchy and cheesy, a perfect morning pick-me-up. Plus, they’re great for a grab-and-go breakfast, when you can’t get out of the house fast enough.
Ingredients: dark chocolate, egg, coconut cream, sweetenerEveryone loves chocolate desserts, so we had to include some on our Top 10 list, even if we’ve previously discussed our chocolate love. First up is this creamy, dreamy chocolate mousse With just 4 ingredients, it’s ready in under 15 minutes and is the quickest, most indulgent chocolate mousse.
Ingredients: dark chocolate, almond flour, protein powder, baking powder, unsweetened cocoa powder, baking soda, salt, coconut oil, eggs, vanilla extract, sweetener, coconut milk, coconut cream
This cake is the perfect birthday cake! It’s a much more complicated recipe than the previous, with multiple steps and carefully weighed ingredients, but once you have a taste you won't regret taking the time to make this.
Ingredients: almond flour, flax meal, eggs, dark chocolate, shredded coconut, hazelnuts, coconut oil, coconut butter, vanilla extract, sweetenerChocolate and hazelnuts go hand in hand, as Nutella’s popularity clearly demonstrates. Unfortunately, Nutella is NOT keto friendly, but these dessert bars certainly are. The taste of the toasty cookie base and rich chocolate hazelnut topping go perfectly with the suggested coconut sauce, a wonderful addition to enrich the flavor profile.
Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, ghee, blueberries, lemon juice, flax meal, coconut flakes, vanilla extract, sweetener
If chocolate and hazelnuts are not to your taste, you should give these streusel bars a chance. A streusel cake bar is not easy to make on the keto diet, which makes these bars a literal wonder. They are a sweet and fruity treat that goes well with a cup of coffee or tea.
Ingredients: cocoa butter, peanut butter, almonds, coconut flakes, vanilla extract, sweetener
The keto diet is already restrictive when it comes to sweets and what you can and can’t eat. But doing it vegan is an even greater challenge. Fortunately, you don’t need to sacrifice dessert with these crunchy, no-bake cookies. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free, keto and vegan friendly, all while being indulgent and delicious.
Ingredients: pumpkin puree, almond butter, cocoa powder, sweetener
This fudge brownie recipe is simple and easy to follow. It has only 3 ingredients for the base, and you get 3 options for the topping, 2 of which are vegan, and one uses cream cheese for the top layer.
Ingredients: Keto pie Crust, pecans, eggs, ghee, vanilla extract, salt, sweetener
Pecan pie is a holiday staple, and we’re here to help out those on the keto diet with this beautiful, elegant pie recipe. It’s a classic recipe, destined to be loved and envied by all your guests.
Ingredients: almonds, chia seeds, ghee, egg, ginger, cinnamon powder, nutmeg, sweetener, salt
After a big meal, if you find yourself in need of a light dessert, that also helps with digestion, then these cookies are for you! They’re a perfect addition to a holiday plate and no one will be able to resist them once they smell the roasted almonds and fresh ginger.
Thank you for sharing my recipes Louise!!!