Category: Dessert

While waffles may be hard to replace on the keto diet in terms of crunchiness, they are easy to match when it comes to flavor. This recipe yields a light, flavorful batter that can be adapted to your needs. For a thicker batter, use fewer egg whites.

Red velvet cake is one of those desserts that screams indulgence from its luxurious fabric namesake to its rich cream cheese frosting. If you thought this kind of indulgence was impossible on a Keto diet, think again! These Keto red velvet cupcakes with coconut cashew cream cheese frosting are here to proof you wrong and steal the show. By transforming this classic cake into a Keto-friendly recipe, the heavy carbs, overly sweet topping, and artificial color that sometimes plague red velvet cake are avoided. This leaves a rich red chocolate cake and a creamy frosting that compliments the cake rather…

Some people really love coconut cream pie. Like, looooove it. If you’re one of them, you may be frustrated that it isn’t Keto. Not even a little. Stop getting upset at your dietary restrictions and start making this Keto coconut cream pie recipe. It’s got a little something that’s super handy for Keto and good for you too! Let’s Talk Flaxseed Flaxseed is a generous provider of omega-3 fatty acids. That would be the good kind that most people don’t get enough of. Flax also gets you a healthy dose of fiber. Although flaxseed has been credited with some positive…

When my legendary chocolate cravings hit, I reach for these peanut buttery cups of high-fat bliss. This recipe seamlessly blends coconut oil with peanut butter powder to create a smooth texture. If I only have regular peanut butter on hand, I just decrease the amount of coconut oil by about 1 tablespoon. My favorite way to eat these is to take small bites and let them slowly melt. De-li-cious.

Coffee cake is the quintessential weekend breakfast splurge. Indulge in something special with this Keto cappuccino coffee cake recipe.  What’s In Coffee Cake?  Coffee cake. It’s thick, heavy, and luscious, pairing perfectly with your favorite cup of joe.  There’s nothing quite like that rich, buttery slab. It tastes so good, in fact, that you don’t want to think about what’s in it, or how many carbs it might contain.  Well, today I’m going to go there. If you’re going to indulge in something you should be prepared to face the facts of what you’re consuming.  You’ve been warned. Coffee cake…

Cashew cheese is a staple of a dairy-free Keto diet and one of the best things about cashew cheese is that you can easily make a big batch of cashew cheese on the weekend and have plenty extra to use all week long. This quick Keto chocolate cashew ice cream recipe is a great way to use up any extra cashew cheese you might have, but it’s so good that we bet you’ll want to make a new batch of cashew cheese just to make more ice cream! This recipe couldn’t be simpler to put together. Simply mix your cashew…

Forget about sugar-filled treats from the store. This Keto frozen chocolate berry dessert only takes five minutes to put together and it’s easy to make a big batch, so you’ll have chocolate on hand in your freezer when you need it. Luxurious dark chocolate is the perfect pairing with juicy blueberries and tangy raspberries. Not too sweet and packed with berry goodness, once you taste these frosty chocolate morsels, you’ll wonder what you ever saw in those sugary store-bought desserts. 5 Health Benefits of Berries Antioxidants: Berries are high in antioxidants. In fact, blueberries and raspberries have been shown in…

Matcha, it’s the flavor that’s got everyone talking. If you want to get in on this flavor extravaganza yourself, why not try these Keto matcha almond fat bombs. These fats bombs are made with a base of almond butter and coconut oil then they are packed with matcha flavor and finished off with shredded coconut for texture. These little fat bombs are just right for a quick energy boost during the mid-morning slump or a tasty sweet bite before bed. These no bake snacks are sure to please at any time of the day. A Short History of Matcha The…

Basic doesn’t have to mean boring. Just look at these Keto vanilla coconut muffins for example! They are simple and clean, no fancy additions of overbearing flavors. Without any competing flavors, the vanilla and coconut are able to shine. You won’t believe how easy this one-bowl recipe is and how amazing they taste. So why not go back to basics? When you strip away the sugar and the excess carbs, you’re left with a satisfying and delicate muffin that will keep you coming back for more. Five Fun Facts About Vanilla The vanilla plant is an orchid. In fact, vanilla…

Not all low-carb baking is created equal. This Keto raspberry cookies recipe tastes as good as it looks! The Keto Cookie Dilemma You’re committed to your diet, and you’ve made other Keto sweets in the past. Many have been a letdown. That may push you toward an inner battle between “having just a bite” of something that’s not Keto or making low-carb, low-taste wafers, bricks, or sponges. First of all, you’re never going to eat “just one bite” of something tasty. Our brains are hard-wired to want more. But more importantly, I want to show you that you can make…