A special thanks to Courtney Hamilton at Paleohacks.com for today’s keto recipe roundup.
Yes, you can have desserts while on keto! These
totally sugar-free and low-carb recipes prove that it’s not only possible, but also deliciously satisfying.
The trick to keto desserts is relying on healthy fats to provide richness while using low-carb sweeteners like monk fruit or stevia.
On this list, you’ll find a bevy of keto-approved dessert options, from fudgy brownies to dairy-free cheesecakes. Need a birthday cake recipe? We’ve got that covered. Craving candy? Try a keto and Paleo “PB&J” cup, no peanut butter necessary.
When a sweet craving strikes, these keto-friendly desserts are here to keep you on track.
These candy-like treats are loaded with healthy fats from cocoa butter, coconut oil, coconut butter, and MCT oil.
We love these uber-rich, sugar-free brownies made possible with a healthy dose of creamy avocado.
If you’re not keen on avocado in your brownies, no worries. Try these impossibly rich, super-fudgy brownies instead.
Nix the lectin-filled peanut butter and whip up these almond butter cups with a stevia-sweetened raspberry jelly.
Need a keto birthday cake recipe? This classically indulgent vanilla cake stays fluffy and light with a keto buttercream frosting. Top with berries for a pop of keto-friendly color!
Whip up these fluffy cloud cookies to see the power of egg whites in action.
Why bake up a whole key lime pie when you can enjoy these no-bake, keto-friendly parfait cups instead?
Cashew butter and coconut butter are the creamy base of these fat bombs, made complete with freeze-dried strawberries and a dash of lemon juice.
I can’t believe there’s no butter! These buttery keto shortbread cookies are made from dairy-free ghee.
If you’re a fan of apricots, you’ll love these healthy bars with a coconut cream layer and a crumbly almond flour topping.
All you need is five minutes and five ingredients for these sunflower seed butter treats!
While you can’t technically have white chocolate on keto, these sneaky truffles combine coconut butter and coconut cream to achieve a similar effect.
A simple almond-cinnamon crust sits at the bottom of these rich eggnog cheesecakes, made with coconut cream, nutmeg, and cashews.
Did you know you can make keto cake in a slow cooker? Yeah, that means you don’t have to turn your oven on!
If you’re a
chocolate lover, you’re not going to want to miss these classic chocolate chip cookies.
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