These amazing keto dessert recipes will satisfy your sweet tooth, all while helping you keep to your ketogenic diet. All these yummy ketogenic desserts are low in carbs and sugar, so you can enjoy with zero guilt.
The key to being successful on the keto diet (or any diet for that matter) is to not feel like you are deprived. If you start feeling like you can never have sweets or carbs, then most likely eventually you will cheat and overdo it. That’s why it’s so important to “trick” your body into thinking you are getting something sugary, even though it is completely keto friendly.
So next time you are craving something sweet, try whipping up one of these seriously delicious keto desserts. Let me know how they turned out!
Also, if you guys are looking for an awesome keto plan, I found this Fat Fueled Keto Program Ebook very helpful!
It is an extensive keto program that gives you a 30 day meal plan and over 60 recipes!
You can check it out here, just thought I’d share because it has been an invaluable resource on my keto journey!
1. Pecan Pie Cheesecake (Via Hey Keto Mama)
What do you get when you mix one great dessert, pecan pie, with another crowd favorite, cheesecake? You get this awesome yummy creation. This dish is so light and delicate nobody will even know it’s keto friendly.
The recipe is great for groups as it makes twelve servings and make sure to check out the low macros too.
2. Chewy Double Chocolate Chip Cookies ( Via Peace, Love, & Low Carb)
Hey, you know what’s better than a chocolate chip cookie? A DOUBLE chocolate chip cookie! It’s like a brownie and a cookie came together to form the perfect combo. You will be amazed at how moist and soft these are. Enjoy!
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3. Cookies and Creme Ice Cream (Via ruled.me)
If you’re in the mood for ice cream, and lets face it, most of us are, then you will love this perfect keto version. It’s so creamy, so crunchy, and sooo delicious!
You won’t want to put it down because of the flavor, but it’s so rich and filling that it won’t take much to satisfy your sweet tooth. Now you’ll just have more for later!
4. Mixed Berry Coconut Creamsicles (Via Peace, Love, & Low Carb)
There’s something unexplainably joyful about eating a popsicle. We all remember those hot summer days when we were kids and a popsicle was just perfection. Well now that we’re adults we can go back to that with these homemade keto delights.
They are super easy to make and fun too! Don’t worry either, if you don’t already have a popsicle mold, Peace, Love & Low Carb provides a good recommendation for a mold so that you can start making these anytime you want.
5. Snickerdoodles (Via Domestically Creative)
Snickerdoodles are always a great choice for dessert. These sugar free, guilt free cookies will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth. You’ll find that they are perfectly soft and chewy just as they should be. You won’t want to put these down!
6. Mocha Mousse (Via ruled.me)
You’ll be amazed at how quick and easy this decadent dish is to prepare. Something this rich and satisfying shouldn’t take less than 20 minutes to make, but it does. Gourmet desserts have never been easier!
7. Sugar Free Cheesecake (Via Wholesome Yum)
I’m a huge fan of cheesecake and I’m sure many of you are too. This one is sugar and gluten free and you’d never know it. I know I didn’t when I first tried it. The recipe is simple with very few ingredients and very minimal prep time and that’s always a plus.
8. Chocolate Mug Cake (Via Wholesome Yum)
This ultra-moist cake is so good you’ll think your cheating on your keto diet each time you take a bite. Well good news, you don’t have to feel bad, it really is just that good. See for youreslf and check out the nutritional info on Wholesome Yum. Go ahead and indulge, it’ll be ok, lol!
9. Lemon Bars (Via Hey Keto Mama)
Lemons are a great fruit for your keto diet because they are so low in net carbs. The problem is many of you may not want to spend your days eating plain raw lemons.
Although if that’s your thing, no judgments here! Well this is the perfect solution, this lemon cake is sweet and tangy at the same time and will keep those net carbs low.
10. Brown Butter Pecan Ice Cream (Via KetoDiet Blog)
Raise your hand if you can’t get enough butter pecan. Everybody’s hand raised, good I knew they would be! Check out this amazing creamy and buttery recipe, I know you’ll love it!
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