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Last Updated on May 23, 2021

The best thing about these keto desserts is that they’re low carb and totally delicious dessert recipes. If you’re looking for a low carb dessert, you’re not going to want to miss out on these. A lot of these recipes are gluten free as well and are keto friendly, too. It might be hard to filter through this big list of low carb desserts but I urge you to try! And if you want to share these low carb desserts with family and friends, go for it!

Collage of Keto Desserts showing keto brownies, keto candy bars, Keto cheesecake and keto fudge with text overlay

Keto Desserts

Two weeks ago, when I was squeezing myself into a pair of jeans, I happened to catch a glance in the mirror. I notice my skin looked rather blah and I had tell-tale rashes on my hands and arms from all the nuts I had been eating while making the book.  Of course, I also saw that my pants looked stretched and unhappy from the abuse I was trying to foster on them. Sigh. My name is Kelly and I have a sweet tooth.

I decided then and there it was time to go back to my low carb ways and banish my keg permanently.  I have been slowly lowering my carb intake each week (no way in heck I’m going to deal with that low carb flu nastiness) and holy smokes my energy level has been through the roof. I’m actually exercising because if I don’t, I feel like a wound-up toy.

Again, you saw my earlier declaration and I just can not imagine my life without sweets. Seriously, not going to happen. Anyhow, I searched high and low for paleo Keto desserts that didn’t have a ton of weirdo ingredients in them and found these 18 to keep me happy as I start this new journey.

Low Carb Desserts and Keto Recipes That are Delicious

You’re going to love this list of keto desserts. They’re a simple list of dessert recipes that will have you realizing that eating a keto dessert doesn’t have to feel like you’re giving anything up.

Just make certain to count the net carbs for these low carb keto desserts. From ice cream to chocolate chip cookies, there is something here for your sweet tooth and to help cure any dessert cravings.

The Best 15 Keto Desserts

The best thing about these keto desserts is that they're low carb and totally delicious dessert recipes. If you're looking for a low carb dessert, you're not going to want to miss out on these.

The best thing about these keto desserts is that they're low carb and totally delicious dessert recipes. If you're looking for a low carb dessert, you're not going to want to miss out on these. A lot of these recipes are gluten free as well and are keto friendly, too. It might be hard to filter through this big list of low carb desserts but I urge you to try! And if you want to share these low carb desserts with family and friends, go for it!

Keto Dessert Ingredients

The biggest thing to keep in mind when making these keto treats is that you want to count the net carbs and be careful with the ingredients that you’re adding to your treats. You can rest easy knowing that keto chocolate cake, chocolate mousse, keto peanut butter cups, and more are all good for your keto diet as long as they’re low carb dessert recipes!

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  1. Hey, Kelly! Thanks for the link love. Nice choice, too. I LOVE that recipe. Congrats on finishing your book, by the way. Really looking forward to reading it! 🙂

  2. You had me at desserts! I am looking forward to reading your book.
    It is time for me to enter the sharing circle, and introduce myself by saying, “Hi. I am Jeanae, and I have a sweet tooth, too.”

    1. Yes, I’d love to know this as well! I’ve been super itchy lately (thought it was just seasonal allergies), but we’ve been eating more cashews lately (because of dairy allergies). I noticed my daughter has had a rash today as well!! Please, do tell!! 🙂

      1. I believe I am somewhat allergic to cashews as well. Please pay attention to this! My mother was allergic to walnuts to the point that her throat would swell up.

  3. Hi there!

    I, too, am in the middle of a bodily reminder that I have not been eating what my body needs. I’ve been having nuts (craving them, actually! whew, must reevaluate where I’m getting my mag/fats/manganese), and more grains than I have in the past 3 months….just oats and white rice (I have autoimmune issues like whoa, so white rice is actually more of a gut-friendly option for me than brown/hull-in-tact rice options).

    Anyway. You said you’re slowly weening yourself back into low-carb. May I ask how you’re going about this -what you’re “cutting out” each day or week, etc.? Low-carb isn’t great for some, but for me, I know my body needs it and thrives in that environment. But I can’t afford the low-carb flu!!! I know we share that same dread haha. Any thoughts, suggestions or tips?

    Thanks! Sorry for the verbose comment….I also haven’t gotten rid of my morning cup of black coffee, obviously ;P

    1. Hi Rachel 🙂 Well, I stopped eating all nuts and seeds since I have issues with them. Then I basically just started eating half the amount of carbs each day – sweet potato, plantains, etc. I kinda had a “relapse” as I was working on a brownie recipe but I’m back on track. I will never be under 20g of carbs a day and will shoot to be between 50 – 80g 🙂

      1. I too have a sweet tooth. Last fall I started fermenting my own sauerkraut and my craving for sugar has totally disappeared! My doctor told me that magnesium will quell my interst in chocolate. You might see if these tips will help you. Did I mention that I have lost 22 pounds? Low carb and nutrient-dense foods are working for me!

  4. Thanks for sharing some great dessert ideas, I can’t wait to try the coconut oil candies!

    Could you please share the recipe for the Creamy Coco-Nutty Coffee Latte, when I click on the link it says it isn’t found. I tried to search for it on Pinterest as well and got the same results the pics come up but when you click to see the full recipe it’s not found.

  5. I am the same as you, Kelly— I can’t get enough of sweets! However, my husband and I are trying to both get healthier together, so we’re trying to get more healthy alternatives. I’ll be sure to keep these recipes around, but I don’t think I have the time to make them! Maybe I’d be better off finding a paleo dessert to buy instead of make.