Going keto can be challenging, especially at first, because it can feel like your favorite foods are no longer on the table. This is particularly true when it comes to desserts. That’s why we’ve rounded up this amazing list of 50 keto dessert recipes for you to prepare. You’re sure to find something that will fulfill your craving for sweet without jeopardizing your state of ketosis. So without further ado, let’s get to the list and head to the kitchen!
Blondies are a classic dessert treat, but this recipe cuts out all of the harmful sugar. One thing’s for sure – you’ll definitely be coming back for seconds.
Cupcakes are a standard go-to at every birthday party – but there’s no need to gain weight when you eat them. This delicious keto recipes takes all the flavor from the classic, but removes all the sugar. Try topping with sugar-free chocolate chips to add even more decadence.
Our favorite cookie of all-time is probably the chocolate chip. These cookies remove the sugar, add protein, and yet still retain that same familiar flavor. Mix some cocoa powder into the almond flour for even more chocolatey chocolate chip cookies.
Who doesn’t love chocolate cake? This low-carb version does a great job mimicking the indulgent dessert classic. You can try adding some keto whipped cream to the top for even more flavor.
Peanut butter. Chocolate. Keto. We’re definitely in. These bars are tasty, easy to make, and are far healthier than the traditional version.
Like chocolate chip cookies? Like fat bombs? Then you have to check out this recipe. It’s truly hard to believe it’s keto, as these fat bombs certainly taste like they’re loaded with sugar.
Keto brownies are already perfect, but this unique recipe adds in the popular avocado. You can mix and match different keto-friendly nuts like walnuts, or add extra sugar-free chocolate chips to boost the chocolate taste even more.
We love chocolate chip muffins, but we don’t love their heavy carb load. These keto muffins solve that problem, as they’re low in net carbs, but big on flavor.
Peanut butter pie is rich and creamy – undoubtedly one of the smoothest desserts there is. This keto variation retains the essence of the traditional recipe, but removes all the unhealthy sugar.
What’s better than chocolate chip cookies? Double chocolate chip cookies, of course! This low-carb recipe will satisfy your taste buds, but also keep your waistline in check.
Butter pecan is one of those absolutely perfect flavor combinations. These cookies have a great mix of crispy and nutty texture, and they also dip well into coconut or almond milk.
Making desserts in a mug is simply more fun. This innovative keto pumpkin mug cake is no exception to that rule. You can add a dash of extra cinnamon to bring out even more taste from this mug-friendly cake.
If you love peanut butter cups, you will most assuredly love this recipe. Replacing sugar with your favorite keto-friendly sweetener, this ultra-simple recipe will taste like it was made by a professional chef.
Ice cream is delicious in almost any capacity, but butter pecan ice cream is extra indulgent. This keto variation replaces the sugar with Swerve, but the taste still remains heavenly.
There’s a reason this recipe has been shared over 150,000 times – it’s phenomenal. All the flavor of sugary cheesecake, mousse, and classic pumpkin, but with none of the guilt.
Keto donuts are a great way to curb those sweet carb cravings. This coconut mocha recipe adds even more of a twist, but still retains a great flavor profile.
Chocolate bark is crispy, tasty, and a perfect dessert for any time of year. This keto version contains bacon and almonds, so it packs in even more flavor.
Pie is one of the richest desserts, with its thick crust and dense filling. This keto chocolate pie removes all the blood sugar spiking badness, but keeps all of the classic taste.
Scones are a European delight, and this keto version adds in the healthiest fruit – blueberries. Drizzle sugar-free frosting over the top to really complete your brunch.
Gingerbread cookies are most well-known for their popularity during the holidays. But you can make them year-round. This keto modification to the traditional recipe replaces flour with almond flour, and sugar with monk fruit.
Cheesecake is delightful on its own as a dessert. But this unique recipe combines cheesecake with fat bombs to make for a very exciting dessert.
We all probably enjoy donuts, but they are definitely off-limits on keto. That is, until these low-carb cinnamon and sugar donuts came along.
This recipe takes only one minute to prepare, tastes great, and is 100% keto. What’s not to love about that?
These mini cinnamon roll cheesecakes are very innovative. The taste of cinnamon rolls and cheesecake all in one, the delicious frosting, and all with only one gram of net carbs. A simply unbeatable combination.
Fudge is a rich dessert option, but it is unfortunately also loaded with sugar. This keto adaptation tastes just like the real thing, but contains only four ingredients, and has less than one gram of net carbs.
Chocolate donuts are a rich favorite for essentially anyone who loves sweet treats, but this keto variation contains only 5 grams of net carbs. You can get this total down even lower by using sugar-free chocolate chips.
If you love soft serve ice cream and milkshakes, this keto take on both will be deeply satisfying for you. Perfect for any time you feel a carb craving coming on.
Possibly the most decadent entry on the entire list, this aptly named dessert tastes like it has far more sugar in it that it actually does. With only 5 grams of net carbohydrates, you can indulge all day long if desired.
This is another decadent recipe, with the taste of cinnamon buns combined with the taste of fat bombs. While this recipe may look unhealthy, the truth is, it will provide you with a huge dose of much-needed brain fuel for when following a keto protocol.
You don’t see that many keto recipes containing pistachio flavor – especially when it comes to dessert. But these tasty fat bombs buck the trend, and do it in style.
A classic childhood favorite, this keto replacement for peppermint patties hits all the right notes. These patties are sweet, chocolatey, and only contain 2 grams of net carbohydrates per serving.
If you love coconut candy bars, this is the recipe for you. With a taste similar to your favorite candy bar, but the nutrition of a standard low carb treat – these are simply unbeatable.
Arguably the only thing better than chocolate is dark chocolate. This keto dessert is loaded with protein, contains tons of rich chocolatey goodness, but still only has a small amount of net carbs. We recommend replacing the chocolate chips in this recipe with sugar-free chips to bring down the net carbohydrates even further.
The blackberry is a very underutilized ingredient in the keto world. With an excellent antioxidant profile and plenty of flavor, blackberries can make any recipe more exciting. These coconut fat bombs are no exception, as they greatly benefit from the sweet taste of the blackberries included in the mix.
It’s pretty incredible that you can create keto-friendly ice cream with just four ingredients. Try mixing in some sugar-free chocolate chips and mint flavor to add another flavor to try.
With a chocolate cake base and rich vanilla frosting, these cupcakes are perfect for any sweet occasion. If you’re facing some carb cravings, these low-carb favorites should knock them right out.
Our friends at Perfect Keto came up with this delicious recipe, and they did not disappoint. In just two minutes, you can have a rich keto cake – all made inside a mug.
Pumpkin pie is probably the best part about Thanksgiving, but it is unfortunately also loaded with carbohydrates. This keto-fied version keeps all of the flavor of the classic, but has only a few grams of net carbohydrates.
With over 60,000 shares on social media, you know these super fudgy brownies are very tasty. You can modify them in any number of ways, including by adding walnuts, almonds, or macadamia nuts. The possibilities are endless.
Lemon bars are a lighter dessert, and this keto version brings the net carbs down to just 4 grams per serving. With a nice, tart flavor, they’re perfect for any parties, as well as just to enjoy on your own.
If there’s one thing we love more than ice cream, it’s cookie dough. But with this recipe, we don’t have to choose between the two. You can get your fix of both ice cream and cookie dough – all while keeping the net carbs to a minimum.
The pecan nut is a very underused flavor for keto desserts, but these healthy pecan crescents are a perfect way to stay keto during the holidays.
If you like peanut butter and chocolate, this is the recipe for you. It has been shared over 13,000 times on social media, and it’s easy to see why.
We love a good pumpkin muffin, and this keto variation adds cream cheese to the center. Just two words are really needed to describe this recipe: absolutely delicious.
This girl scout classic has been keto-fied – and you’ll be very pleased with the results. With over 115,000 shares on social media, the opinion is unanimous. This is a perfect recipe.
Walnuts are sadly underused in the keto approach, and these unique holiday snowballs show us just why walnuts should not be overlooked. We recommend pairing these snowballs with keto hot chocolate or your favorite keto coffee.
With over 29,000 shares on social media, these keto Oreos are a great way to kick even your worst sugar cravings to the curb. With a taste and texture just like the real thing, these are perfect for any occasion.
This silk pie is a perfect way to end a great meal, and it also pairs well with tea, hot chocolate, or any other warm beverage. Bon appétit!
What’s better than a keto chocolate muffin? A double chocolate muffin, of course. Make sure you prepare a double batch of these – otherwise they’ll be gone in no time!
Last but certainly not least, this keto pumpkin spice mug cake is perfect for a cold wintery day. It also makes for a quick treat in the summertime. Ready in just 5 minutes, you’ll be enjoying keto decadence in no time!
Staying In Ketosis
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