25 Easy Avocado Recipes for Ketogenic Baking
Amp up your ketogenic baking with these delicious avocado recipes!
Adding avocados to your diet will improve its overall quality, and possibly reduce the risk of metabolic syndrome.
However, some people do not like the subtle flavor or soft texture of avocados. That’s where these yummy Ketogenic avocado baking recipes come in handy!
When you’re choosing avocados to use in your baking be sure to use ripe ones. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Jessica Fishman Levinson, RDN says, “Avocados usually turn from light green to dark green to black when ripening, but some varieties don’t change color, so you can’t rely on color alone to determine if the fruit is ripe. Instead, gently squeeze the avocado in the palm of your hand to check for ripeness. Ripe, ready-to-eat fruit will be firm yet yield to gentle pressure.”
Whether you’d like to make a Keto dessert or snack, you’ll find plenty of options on this list. Naturally, everything is low-carb – but you’ll also find dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free and vegan recipes. Truly something for everyone!
Avocados include plenty of healthy fats, and their smooth, almost velvety texture is perfect for baking. Avocado and chocolate love each other, which is why you’ll find some unbelievably mouthwatering, fudgy brownies on this list.
To be honest with you, I don’t think I’ve EVER made brownies as delicious as these Keto ones with avocado.
And who would have thought you could bake up such amazing Keto cookies from avocados? I have to warn you about those – they are super hard to resist!
Besides desserts, we’ve included some of our favorite Ketogenic avocado breakfast recipes that you can bake up in no time. I love the breakfast muffins; they are quick to make (but you’ll probably devour them even faster!)
You’ll also find cakes and cupcakes, to make sure you can stick with your Keto diet even on special occasions.
These simple avocado recipes for Keto baking will help you fill out those lunch boxes, and end any cravings before they’ve even hit you. These tasty low-carb snacks won’t kick you out of ketosis, and even your non-Keto friends will probably line up and beg for the recipes!
Here are just a few of the Keto Baking with Avocado Recipes we’ve included:
- Chocolate Avocado Brownies with No Sugar Added
- Avocado Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Keto Avocado Chocolate Bread Recipe
- Chocolate Avocado Zucchini Muffins
- Paleo Keto Dark Chocolate Avocado Mini Cupcakes with Avocado Frosting
- Keto Dark Chocolate Avocado Espresso Mousse Cake
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Keto Baking with Avocado – Brownies
– Low Carb Yum
Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum
Ingredients: avocado, butter, NuNaturals chocolate syrup, monk fruit powder, vanilla, eggs, coconut flour, NuNaturals cocoa powder, salt, baking soda.
These amazing brownies are a great way to introduce the healthy fats from avocado into the family’s diet, and even if they don’t normally like it, the taste disappears in the brownies and no-one will know it’s there! These are low carb and gluten free and are so easy to mix up that they could become your go-to for entertaining too. These brownies can be frozen so you will have a supply for desserts or snacks.
– Stay Snatched
Ingredients: eggs, zero-calorie sweetener, cocoa powder, avocados, coconut oil, almond butter, baking soda, cacao nibs.
If you like your brownies fudgy and gooey in the middle then this recipe is perfect for you! There is no flour involved and the texture comes from the avocado. This is a gluten and dairy free recipe that makes wonderful brownies to enjoy with your afternoon coffee or as a dessert. There is an option to add chopped nuts on top but I prefer to use sugar free chocolate chips for that touch of decadence!
– KetoDiet Blog
Ingredients: unsweetened dark chocolate, butter, ghee or extra virgin coconut oil, eggs, avocado, coconut milk or heavy whipping cream, Stevia extract, almond flour, coconut flour, cacao powder, powdered Erythritol or Swerve, gluten-free baking powder, sea salt.
The brownies in this keto recipe are quite thick, so I would suggest cutting them into smaller pieces, but they are so good that you could just treat yourself and go for it! If you can leave them to cool, which can be difficult as they smell amazing, then they won’t be crumbly. If you like toppings on your brownies, then dust them with cocoa powder or cinnamon for an extra hit of flavor.
– Maria Mind Body Health
Ingredients: avocados, baking chocolate, avocado or coconut oil, granulated Swerve, eggs, vanilla, coconut flour, baking powder, cinnamon, sea salt, powdered Swerve or stevia glycerite.
I am so glad that there are so many great brownie recipes online now as they are a staple in our household! These ones would be great for a Halloween party or for St. Patrick’s Day with their vivid green frosting, made from mint and avocado. Using vivid colors in foods can also be a great way to get the kids to eat healthier snacks and cakes but keeping the carbs to a minimum.
– The Castaway Kitchen
Ingredients: eggs, avocado, ghee, almond butter, baking soda, salt, granulated sweetener, cacao powder, vanilla extract.
Here is another low carb recipe that uses avocado to increase the fudgy quality of the brownies, but don’t worry, you can’t taste the avocado! These have a firm crust and a soft and indulgently rich center. You can top these with extra chocolate chips if you want to increase the chocolate flavor. Store in an airtight container but not in the fridge as this makes them go hard.
– Keto Cooking Christian
Ingredients: almond flour, cocoa powder, eggs, butter, avocado, swerve, coffee extract, unsweetened dark chocolate, baking powder, vanilla extract.
One of the good things about making your own brownies is that they are easy and quite cheap to make but give you desserts or snacks that everyone will love. The avocado gives the brownies a rich, fudgy texture and these ones also have a mocha flavor because you are adding coffee extract. This recipe is low in carbohydrates and the brownies freeze really well.
– My PCOS Kitchen
Ingredients: avocado, vanilla, cocoa powder, stevia powder, coconut oil, eggs, dark chocolate, almond flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, erythritol.
Here is another great dairy and sugar free brownie recipe that is suitable for both keto and AIP diets. This one uses avocado to help bind the ingredients and it gives them a wonderful fudgy texture. These are easy to transport and would be great to take in your lunchbox. These also make a lovely gift for a friend or as your contribution to a pot-luck. If you like sweet treats just add a little extra sweetener.
– Living Well Mom
Ingredients: all-purpose flour, erythritol, cocoa powder, baking powder, salt, avocado, almond milk, water, vanilla.
When you cut into these brownies you will notice they have such a rich and indulgent texture that non-keto folks will never believe are healthy! These brownies are low carb, dairy and egg free so they are perfect for anyone with egg allergies. If you are putting these in the kids’ lunch boxes please don’t add in any chopped nuts as a lot of schools have banned nuts because of allergy issues.
– Resolution Eats
Ingredients: sugar free dark chocolate, avocados, eggs, granulated sweetener, cocoa powder, almond flour, salt, vanilla extract, powdered sweetener.
When you are eating keto, healthy snacks and desserts can be a challenge, but these delicious brownies are low carb and ideal for the keto diet. The texture is rich and gooey, just like proper brownies should be, but this recipe is sugar and gluten free, so you can enjoy these without upsetting ketosis. You can top them with sweetener or just leave them plain – either way is amazing!
Keto Baking with Avocado – Cookies
– True Aim
Ingredients: avocado, stevia, egg, vanilla, unsweetened peanut butter or almond butter, cocoa powder, cacao chips.
Have you been missing out on your afternoon cookie since you started on the keto path? Why not try these great low carb and gluten free keto cookies that are rich in chocolate flavor but have the regular texture you expect from chocolate cookies. These are so good that they would make a lovely gift for a friend or you could keep them to yourself and not share at all!
– Divalicious Recipes
Ingredients: avocado, almond flour, baking powder, salt, cocoa powder, erythritol or other sugar substitute, coconut oil, egg.
Thank goodness for healthy cookie recipes like this one, or I would be reduced to tears! I love cookies! This is another example of how avocado can be used instead of butter to give you delicious cookies that are gluten and dairy free, and if you don’t mention the ingredients these are kid-friendly too! This recipe makes twelve cookies which is a great amount when you are having friends round for coffee.
– The Happy Health Freak
Ingredients: avocado, flaxseed, vegan protein powder, cacao powder, baking soda, almond milk, unsweetened dark chocolate chips, stevia, salt.
If you are vegan or have vegan friends, healthy cookies can be difficult to find, but they are so easy to make at home and this recipe is a great way to use up ripe avocados before they spoil. It doesn’t even matter if they look a bit rustic because everyone will enjoy the rich flavor and lovely texture. This recipe is also low carb and gluten free, so perfect for keto-friendly snacks.
Keto Baking with Avocado – Breads & Muffins
– Keto Summit
Ingredients: avocados, coconut oil, eggs, almond flour, cacao powder, baking soda, baking powder, vanilla extract, Stevia, salt.
If you are missing bread on your keto journey then this amazing chocolate bread recipe could help. The avocado makes this bread soft and moist, with a texture quite close to regular bread. This dish could be used as dessert or even at breakfast, but it travels well so you could pop a slice into your lunchbox for work. If you are watching your weight, use this only as a special treat as the calorie level is quite high.
– Low Carb Yum
Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum
Ingredients: coconut flour, almond flour, unsweetened cocoa powder, low carb sweetener or erythritol, cinnamon, baking soda, cream of tartar, unsweetened dark chocolate, avocados, SweetLeaf stevia drops, eggs, coconut milk.
If you have family members who refuse to eat avocado but you know the health benefits and want to get some into their diet you could rustle up a batch of these lovely chocolate muffins as they will never know it’s there! The muffins are low carb and almost sugar free but they have a great chocolate flavor and rise well, giving them a fantastic fluffy texture.
Ingredients: beef patties, eggs, heavy cream, avocados, cheddar cheese, black pepper.
This breakfast muffin recipe is so adaptable that it is definitely going to fit with your tastes! You can use the beef patties to line the muffin tin or use chicken patties or strips of bacon for a variation in flavor. These low carb keto muffins freeze really well so you can make a batch and defrost them as needed for breakfast throughout the week.
– Thriving on Paleo
Ingredients: avocado, egg, olive oil, cocoa powder, stevia, almond flour, baking soda, salt.
Just imagine a healthy yet indulgent paleo snack that you can get ready in under seven minutes! Who says baking takes ages!? These mug muffins are fudgy in the middle because of the avocado and have a lovely sponge texture. And don’t worry, there is definitely no avocado taste to these once they are cooked! Even the kids will enjoy them and could even be persuaded to help!
– Ruled Me
Ingredients: eggs, bacon, butter, almond flour, flaxseed meal, psyllium husk powder, avocados, colby jack cheese, spring onions, garlic, cilantro, chives, chili flakes, salt, pepper, coconut milk, lemon juice, baking powder.
Looking for a healthy but speedy breakfast? Try these amazing bacon avocado muffins which are full of healthy fats and really tasty and will keep you going all morning. These have a ton of flavor from the herbs and bacon, which also gives you a great combination of texture. The muffins are low carb and high in healthy fats and they freeze well so you can keep a stock for using through the week.
– Jane’s Healthy Kitchen
Ingredients: almond meal, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, cacao/cocoa/carob powder, coconut butter, eggs, vanilla, apple cider vinegar, avocado, sweetener, zucchini, nuts.
Zucchini in baked goods works along the same lines as avocado to give a rich and creamy texture and bind the other ingredients together. The flavor of the vegetables does not feature strongly in the muffins as it is masked by the chocolate, so this would be a sneaky way to get the family eating more veggies! These taste best warm, straight from the oven.
– Sweet as Honey
Ingredients: egg, cream of tartar, avocado, almond meal flour, baking soda, psyllium husk powder.
Many oopsie bread recipes use cheese, but this is a dairy free recipe that uses avocado and it works really well in this gluten and dairy free bread. The oopsie bread can then be used as burger buns, and it tastes best freshly cooked so you can enjoy the light and fluffy texture. This recipe is quite low in calories too, so it is perfect if you are watching your weight.
– Keto Diet Channel
Ingredients: shrimp, butter, garlic, salt, black pepper, avocado, almond flour, coconut flour, parmesan cheese, baking powder, eggs, coconut oil, cream.
If you love seafood then this great gluten free and keto recipe is for you! This amazing bread has chunks of shrimp and avocado in a light and fluffy loaf and would be great for breakfast or spread with a little butter for a tasty light lunch. This loaf looks so professional and would be a great bread to make when you have guests coming over – very impressive!
Keto Baking with Avocado – Other
– KetoDiet Blog
Ingredients: unsweetened dark 90% chocolate, butter or virgin coconut oil, eggs, liquid stevia, powdered Erythritol or Swerve, almond flour, raw cacao powder or Dutch process cocoa powder, chia seeds, baking soda, cream of tartar, cream, Greek yogurt, mixed berries.
If you have a birthday or anniversary in the family, this low carb keto recipe gives you a delicious and very impressive cake to use as part of the celebration. You have chocolate brownie layers with a creamy yogurt filling and fresh berries to give a touch of freshness and a great combination of flavors. If you don’t want to use cream you can use crème fraiche instead to keep the carbs down.
– Jane’s Healthy Kitchen
Ingredients: coconut flakes, sweetener, cacao powder, baking soda, salt, eggs, avocado, vanilla, coconut milk, apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, vanilla, orange, coffee crystals, water.
With a smooth and really creamy frosting made with avocado, these delicious cupcakes are bite-size gems that will satisfy your need for a sweet treat. They have a rich chocolate flavor and would be perfect for parties and celebrations or just to impress your friends at a coffee morning. This recipe is gluten and dairy free, low in carbs and suitable for diabetic diets as well as being keto-friendly.
– Carb Manager
Ingredients: unsweetened dark chocolate, olive oil, coffee, espresso, avocado, egg, stevia.
This keto mousse cake only takes fifteen minutes to bake so it would be ideal for dessert during the week, but it is rich and indulgent and could also double as a celebration cake or as a treat for Valentine’s. Use the best chocolate you can afford to give this an intense chocolatey flavor. This low carb cake can be served with fresh cream or even topped with a few fresh berries to add color and flavor.
– My Sweet Keto
Ingredients: avocado, almond milk, egg, macadamia butter, protein powder, erythritol, baking powder.
Mug cakes are becoming more and more popular nowadays as they are so quick and easy but really healthy and are one of the best ways to help with portion control. These low carb keto-friendly avocado cakes have a great green color so would be great for St. Patrick’s Day treats. You can either make these in a mug or use a ramekin but remember to grease it so the cake doesn’t stick.