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9 Keto Desserts That’ll Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

9 Keto Desserts That’ll Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

For people trying to stick to keto, desserts can be a trouble spot. While high in fat, the keto diet is moderate in protein and low in carbs, which can make it tough to satisfy your sweet tooth. Luckily, these nine delectable keto dessert recipes will keep your diet on track. After trying one of these low-carb desserts, you’ll feel that your diet is definitely not lacking. Far from it – rich in healthy fats, high in flavor and textures, these keto-friendly desserts will keep you in ketosis and remind you how good healthy food actually tastes. Get ready, it’s time to indulge the keto way.   

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Pumpkin-Spiced Chocolate Slab

Yum. The Pumpkin Spiced Collagen Bars give this goodie a spicy flavor and nuggety texture. If chocolate chip, mint chocolate chip, or vanilla collagen bars are more your thing, feel free to use them instead for an altogether distinctly tasting dessert. With only 15 grams of carbs per serving, these are Keto for sure and Bulletproof supreme.

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Chocolate Raspberry Slice

This keto dessert boasts just under 4 net carbs per slice — but a ton of great fat to keep you sated. A superb treat sweetened naturally with coconut and raspberry (not to mention dark chocolate), this dessert recipe is also Bulletproof-friendly. Keep in mind coconut is one of the few sources of plant-based clean, saturated sat. It’s also anti-inflammatory, assists in burning fat, and increases cognitive performance. Definitely a winner for a low-carb dessert.

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Chocolate Mint Pudding

This rich and creamy pudding is easy to make — top it with your favorite Bulletproof-friendly fruits like raspberries, blackberries, or strawberries to make a sundae. To make sure this dessert keeps you in ketosis, follow the low-carb variation of this recipe. Bonus: this grain- and starch-free keto dessert tastes like a mouthful of Junior Mints.

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Flourless Chocolate Cake

With only five ingredients, this decadent keto dessert guarantees you can whip it up any time a chocolate craving strikes. The eggs and ghee give the cake a rich and dense texture, as well as a solid supply of healthy fats to complement a lighter meal. For an extra kick, spice up this low-carb recipe a bit with some chili powder and lime.

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Low-Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies

The key to this keto cookie recipe is in the cocoa and eggs. First, make sure you use chocolate with a high cocoa ratio (about 85% or higher) to make it keto-friendly. Then, use an egg to bump up the protein and fat content overall. The egg also aids in the cookie texture – giving it that classic taste. Skip the walnuts in this recipe and you’ve got yourself a Bulletproof-friendly find too.  

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Chocolate-Covered Maple (Pecan) Bacon

Chocolate-covered maple bacon. What? Yes, there really is such a recipe and it’ll satisfy your sweet and salty cravings in one fell crunch. Show off this eye-catching treat at your next dinner party. To make this keto dessert Bulletproof-friendly, bypass the pecans.

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Sugar-Free Low-Carb Lime Coconut Bars

Coconut teams up with lime for some zesty sweetness in this keto dessert. Coconut is the healthiest of Bulletproof fruits, though limes are Bulletproof-friendly too. These keto bars make a great on-the-go snack, so pack them as a treat for your (or your kids’) lunch, and make your taste buds do a happy dance.

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Lemon Curd

A sugar-free version of traditional lemon curd, this keto recipe is as nutritious as it is delicious. Low in toxins, lemons contain antioxidants that help your liver detox. The eggs and butter (or ghee) make this dessert creamy, rich, and flavorful – and bountiful in good fats. But all you need to know is that it’s the perfect marriage of tart and sweet.

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Coconut Oil Candies

Who says dessert can’t be healthy and delicious? These keto-friendly coconut oil fat bombs provide a steady source of energy minus the sugar coma. Coconut oil contains many beneficial fats that help with gut and brain function to help you to lose weight. The flavor of almond butter, coconut and cocoa powder is a dead ringer for Almond Joys.  Get more keto-friendly energy ball recipes here.

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Low-Carb Chocolate Coconut Bars

A classic combination, coconut and chocolate just belong together in this recipe. And with approximately only 2 net carbs, these dessert bars are a healthy way to up your fat intake to make the keto-grade. 22 grams of fat, to be precise. Go for gold keto stars with this recipe.  

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