Keto desserts can be totally original creations, like fat bombs, or they can be made by substituting low-carb ingredients for traditional high-carb staples.
1. Single-Serve Nut Butter Cake
When you need a moment of guilt-free pie, this Single Serving Nut Butter Pie recipe is the one to go for because it’s (gasp!) Good for you too. For just 4g of net carbs and 272 calories, you’ll get a healthy dose of MCT, which will become a bioavailable energy source (read: fast acting).
2. Keto Collagen Mug Cake
This Ketogenic Collagen CupCake has everything you would want in a cake and a little more. It’s a mix of rich dark chocolate cake flavors with a hint of nut butter. Plus, the collagen in this recipe is also loaded with the same energy-boosting MCTs I mentioned earlier, so you’ll have a long-lasting focus instead of a sugar crash when you’re done.
3. Chocolate Keto Mug Cake
Most chocolate cakes exceed the low carb limits. But this two-minute fudge cupcake uses ingredients you probably already have in your pantry to satisfy this craving in less than 7g of net carbs.
4. Pumpkin Spice Mug Cake
As summer ends, many brands start producing everything with pumpkin flavor to welcome the beginning of fall. And 99% of these pumpkin spice options are banned on keto. With the exception of this Pumpkin Spice Latte Cupcake, of course, you have ingredients you probably already have in your pantry to satisfy this craving in less than 7g of net carbs.
5. Ultra-Moist Vanilla Keto Pound Cake
If you’re like me and you hate buying a pot or skillet to use in just one recipe, this keto cupcake has your name on it.
With just one loaf pan you can make this cake recipe, best keto bread, meatloaf, and even keep your keto ice cream without a shake in the freezer.
6. Chocolate Keto Birthday Cake with Vanilla Buttercream
Traditional birthday cakes are sure to give you and your guests unwanted gas and a sugar drop more likely to set them up for a nap rather than a party. So treat everyone to a keto chocolate birthday cake worth celebrating. This one won’t leave you uncomfortable or hungry for more and has only 5g of net carbs per serving.
7. Pumpkin Spice Fat Bombs
These Pumpkin Spice Fat Bombs capture the fall flavors of pumpkin and cinnamon in one bite. And these little ones go all the way.
Because when the cream cheese and pumpkin puree are mixed with the slow-digesting fats found in the coconut oil and walnuts in this recipe, you’ll feel very satiated. Walnuts also contain micronutrient manganese which also helps with weight loss.
8. Creamy Vanilla Chai Protein Shake
Chai isn’t just the perfect alternative to the pumpkin spice craze. It’s also a powerful spice blend packed with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties to help fight free radicals and environmental damage your cells encounter every day.
9. Chewy Coconut Flour Cookies
This ketogenic coconut flour cookie recipe also uses MCT oil (in powder form), so you’ll feel better after this cookie binge than others in your past.
That’s because MCTs help your cells and metabolism, two things most cookies cannot do.
10. Keto Superfood Nice Cream
When the nice cream phase hit your Instagram account, you were probably disappointed to learn that most recipes start with a non-keto-friendly banana base. The good news is, you can easily swap that high-carb ingredient for a better, low-carb superfood: cauliflower.