In the weekends, I'd like to start my day off lazily with a cup of strong black coffee with this Raspberry Chocolate Pecan Cake Bars. This recipe is made with walnuts instead if you do not have pecans.
How would you classify carrot cake? When you think about it, it is a cake, it is light but it is also super moist which adds a little density to the cake. This recipe will definitely solve the conundrum and officially make a dense version.
Carrot + Keto – what would be healthier? This combination recipe will offer you the gluten-free, sugar-free, as well as soft, moist cake layers. Additionaly, you can add up sweet cream cheese frosting or some coconut flour for better taste.
Sometimes all you need for breakfast is just a taste of cheese flavour to grab with you on the go. This recipe of Keto Cheesecake Tart is for you: high in fat, moderate in protein and low in carb – it’s a pretty combo to start your day.
Here’s a drink to cool down your hot summer day. This Keto Chocolate Protein Shake will be the most suitable when you’re going to the gym as well as eating on a Keto diet. Providing a lot of nutrients in just 1 cup, it’s your real sidekick.
Cinnamon Sugar Donuts are probably one of the most popular treats everyone loves at the local carnival or fair. How can you go wrong with a deep-fried donut that’s soft and pillowy covered in a crunchy cinnamon and sugar coating?
Cookies are totally magical. They are super easy to make (just take you 15 to 30 minutes) and especially you do not need any flour. The most important thing: you can feel free to eat a little way more than just one bite.
Looking for even more keto cookies recipes to try out? We have a lot of delicious ones ready for you.
1. Keto Butter Glaze Cookies
Butter is definitely the queen in everybody’s kitchen. People love the little sweet and melty taste of it. These keto butter glaze cookies are quick to make and hard to screw up!
With a hint of butter glaze, they will melt in your mouth!
Being on a Ketogenic Diet doesn’t mean that you have to skip sweet desserts – which seem to make people gain weight. In fact, with these 5 Keto Desserts, you can eat them freely without worrying about weight because they do not include gluten or sugar.
1. Keto Italian Cream Cake
This is a classic cake recipe, but the finished cake is a work of art. But it is not too easy to make as most of any other keto recipes. There are lot more steps involved in making cakes, but the achievement is so grateful.
Just because a dessert doesn’t have gluten or sugar, does not mean it can’t be good. This Keto Chocolate Cake is rich, decadent and fudgy. And the cream cheese full of chocolate flavor frosting makes it one of our new favorite Keto desserts—ever!
The hardest part about keto-friendly recipes is figuring out low-carb, sugar-free desserts. The Keto Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe will help you. It has just the appropriate amout of sweetness, without any weird aftertaste.
Donuts are popular snacks and, for some people, as a dessert-turned-breakfast. It’s easy to see why this fried or baked dough confection is a crowd favorite. Not only is it cheap, it’s easy to eat as well. Of course, it goes without saying that this sweet treat is just delicious.
Aside from donut shops, you can also get it from gas stations, coffee shops and grocery stores. They’re just everywhere! Now, the problem with the regular donuts that you can buy is that they’re loaded with carbs. In fact, 100g of donuts with chocolate can have as much as 51g of carbohydrates. Do ketogenic dieters need to forever say goodbye to this delicious snack?
Not at all. You can always make your own donuts at home. Just substitute all-purpose flour with some almond flour and you’re on your way to keto-friendly donuts. To help you get started, here are 5 guilt-free almond flour keto donut recipes.
1. Almond Flour Keto Donuts
First on our list is a basic keto almond flour donut recipe. Aside from being low-carb, it’s also paleo-friendly and gluten-free. It uses common ingredients as well which you probably already have in your kitchen.
The donuts you can make from this recipe are quite decadent and it’s easy to adapt the recipe to whatever flavor or type of donut that you like. Best of all, each of these almond flour donuts only has 3g net carbs.
Truth be told, just the photos of our second recipe is enough to make me drool. It looks so moist, chocolatey and sinfully delicious. And, it certainly did not disappoint. Make this as a weekend breakfast treat and your family will surely thank you. It tastes even better when paired with some coffee.
Each serving of this Double Chocolate Donuts recipe only has 4g net carbs.
If you can’t decide between a cheesecake and a donut, how about having them together? This recipe from Simply So Healthy makes moist, gluten and grain-free donuts with fluffy cheesecake frostings. Plus, it’s perfect if you want your donuts not too sweet and a bit citrusy.
This Glazed Crumbs Donuts recipe makes unbelievably moist donuts that are topped with some butter crumbs and then glazed. They taste so good that you wouldn’t want them just for breakfast. They’re also easy to make and won’t take you more than 30 minutes to prepare. To top it all off, each mini donut only has 2g of carbs.
The serving comes out to be: Calories 131 | Fat (g): 12 | Carbs (g): 2 | Fiber (g): 1 | Protein (g): 2 | Cholesterol (mg): 33 | Potassium (mg): 32
Last, but not the least, we have this Gingerbread Keto Doughnuts recipe from Popsugar. When we think of anything gingerbread, we usually think of Chistmas. But, honestly, these gingerbread donuts are just too good to only eat during Christmastime. This recipe is a keeper and one that you’ll want to make the whole year round.
Once you’ve got these keto almond flour donut recipes down pat, maybe you can start making your own version. Choose the flavor you want. Make them glazed, frosted, jelly-filled, or powdered. Just make sure that whatever kind of donut you make, add some extra since your family and friends will surely love them as well.
Who said that you can’t satisfy your sweet tooth if you’re on a ketogenic diet? You do need low-carb and high-fat meals to sustain your state of ketosis. Still, you can enjoy eating cookies if you choose the right ingredients and recipes. With that in mind, here are 15 genius keto cookies recipes you’ll want to make right now.
1) Homemade Thin Mints
For our first recipe, you can make about 40 ketogenic thin mints that are arguably better than the traditional version. These have a distinctly fresh taste while having a chocolate taste. Moreover, these are great choices if you’re a diabetic due to their low carb count.
Every serving of these homemade thin mints just has 2.18 grams of net carbs while providing 10.41 grams of fat. Plus, you get about three grams of protein. When you dip these keto cookies in the chocolate, get a pair forks to conveniently flip them. Ensure that they are wholly coated with the chocolate but don’t let excess chocolate stay.
The serving comes out to be:
Calories 116 | Fat (g): 10.41 | Carbs (g): 6.99 | Fiber (g): 4.81 | Net Carbs (g): 2.18 | Protein (g): 3.08
If thin mints aren’t your thing, how about some ketogenic pistachio macarons? These are truly wonderful snacks, but you must be mindful of making them. For one, you need to have egg whites ready two days prior to making the macarons. Get a couple of eggs and remove the yolks.
Put the yolks and the whites in two different containers. Let them cool in the fridge. A couple of hours before you make the macarons, remove the egg whites from the fridge. By following these steps, you’ll have a great start on perfecting this ketogenic recipe! Each macaron has 6.6 grams of fat and just 1.5 grams of net carbs.
How about some keto cookies that require no baking whatsoever? These holiday praline cookies can be consumed while they are still soft, but we highly recommend waiting for them to become firm. In order to do so, you can place the cookie sheet near a window where the breeze can hit them.
Of course, the other option is to place them in the freezer. Preparing 15 pieces of these low-carb cookies takes just 15 minutes.
Here is a video of holiday praline no-bake cookies:
We all love chocolate, and this ketogenic recipe combines that with peanut butter as well! In just 20 minutes, you’ll have six marvelous cookie sandwiches all to yourself — unless you’re willing to share them. Each one of these has 8.5 grams of net carbs and an impressive 52 grams of fat.
All in all, you’ll be using 12 cookies to make these sweet sandwiches. Don’t forget to place sheets of wax or parchment paper before you place the hot cookies. Let them cool first before adding the frosting. Once you add the melted chocolate, store them in the fridge to make them firm.
The serving comes out to be:
Calories 670 | Fat (g): 52 | Carbs (g): 15 | Fiber (g): 6.5 | Net Carbs (g): 8.5 | Protein (g): 37
A surefire way to satiate your cookie cravings is to get these soft and chewy keto cookies. Each one just has 4.4 grams of crabs. Plus, they’re all free from gluten, dairy, and sugar. Even without these ingredients, these cookies are certainly tender and moist.
The use of almond meal instead of almond flour definitely helps in forming the texture. You only need to bake these ketogenic cookies for 15 minutes before you have to let them cool on a wire rack.
The serving comes out to be:
Calories 107 | Fat (g): 8 | Carbs (g): 4 | Fiber (g): 1 | Net Carbs (g): 2 | Protein (g): 3
Here’s a low-carb and sugar-free recipe for those who love pumpkin butter cookies. Each serving has a single gram of net carbs and eight grams of fat. You can use a sweetener such as Splenda, but those will increase the carb count of your pumpkin butter cookies.
Now, preparing this is far from difficult. Simply set the oven to 300 degrees as you mix all of the ingredients in a bowl. Afterward, create small balls and press them a bit on the cookie shit. Place them in the oven and let them bake for 20 minutes. Finally, take them out and allow the cookies to cool for about five minutes.
The serving comes out to be:
Calories 82 | Fat (g): 8 | Carbs (g): 2 | Fiber (g): 1 | Net Carbs (g): 1 | Protein (g): 2
Pecan cookies can also be chewy and keto-friendly at the same time. Every single cookie only has 1.9 grams of carbs along with 11 grams of fat. You can use any granulated sweetener as long as it can replicate the caramel flavor brought about by brown sugar. Adding chocolate chips or coating these pecan cookies in chocolate is a good idea too!
The serving comes out to be:
Calories 101 | Fat (g): 11 | Carbs (g): 1.9 | Fiber (g): 1.3 | Net Carbs (g): 0.6 | Protein (g): 1.6
Another no-bake cookie recipe serves as a sweet way to boost your energy. Known as energy bites, these are sugar-free cookies loaded with fiber and fat. We don’t blame you if you eat three or more of these keto energy bites after eating your lunch or dinner. Consequently, its selling point is how simple it is to make. Just mix the ingredients together and create small balls to be stored in the fridge for an hour.
This list wouldn’t be complete without lemon sugar cookies! These keto cookies are the perfect snacks to have in the summertime. Their flavor is perfect harmony between sweetness and sourness. Plus, you only need three ingredients: cookie dough, erythritol, and lemons from which you’ll get the juice and the zest. If the icing on them is hard enough, you can comfortably stack them for storage.
Even if we’re not talking about ice cream, a chocolate snack should have a variant made of vanilla. Thus, we’ve got these ketogenic chewy vanilla cookies! The first step involves mixing the butter and xylitol together until they become creamy. When you do bake the cookie mix, you have to do it for 10 to 12 minutes at a temperature of 180 degrees Celsius. This should be enough for the cookies to become firm and brown.
You’ve most likely eaten a lot of snickerdoodles when you were a kid. Now, you can enjoy them without worrying about all of the carbs. This ketogenic snickerdoodle uses ingredients such as blanched almond flour, coconut flour, butter, and baking powder. Compared to the common snickerdoodle that has 25 grams of carbohydrates, this one only has five grams while maintaining the 11 grams of fat.
Are you in the mood for some cinnamon butter cookies? If you are, you’ll be glad to know that these ketogenic snacks just have a single gram of net carbs for every serving. Plus, you get 14 grams of fat. It does have a gram of sugar, but it’s from natural sources.
The serving comes out to be:
Calories 146 | Fat (g): 14 | Carbs (g): 3 | Fiber (g): 2 | Net Carbs (g): 1 | Protein (g): 4
Each piece of this only has 1.2 grams of net carbs. Apart from being a ketogenic snack, what’s fantastic about these shortbread cookies is the fact that they only need four ingredients: softened butter, sweetener, vanilla extract, and almond flour or meal. In addition, you need just 20 minutes to have 20 pieces of these shortbread cookies!
The serving comes out to be:
Calories 105 | Fat (g): 10.2 | Carbs (g): 2.4 | Fiber (g): 1.2 | Net Carbs (g): 1.2 | Protein (g): 2.45
Of course, we have a recipe for ketogenic gingersnap cookies. The ingredients are enough to create 24 servings, with each one having about seven grams of fat and less than a gram of net carbs. The external section of these gingersnap cookies feature a rather hard texture, but you’ll love the tender and butter-filled midsection once you take a bite.
The serving comes out to be:
Calories 77.88 | Fat (g): 7.13 | Net Carbs (g): 0.81 | Protein (g): 2.33
Finally, we have these keto cookies meant to replicate the classic taste of Oreo cookies. You can easily make 40 pieces of this, with each cookie having less than a gram of net carbs. The procedure can be intimidating, but that’s only because of the number of ingredients required. Also, you won’t regret the time and energy spent on making these when you taste its Oreo-like filling.
There you have it! Fifteen awesome recipes for making your own ketogenic cookies. All of these have a low-carb count, but they differ in flavor. Some feature the classic vanilla and chocolate flavors while others contain lemon and peanut butter. No matter your choice, you’ll be amazed at how tasty they are without putting your diet at risk.
We hope that you’ll have fun in making these ketogenic cookies. Do send us a message if you have any queries!
Are you a big fan of cookie dough? In particular, bite-sized pieces of cookie dough are wonderful snacks to have after a meal — or as a complement to a cup of hot tea in the afternoon.
Regardless, you might be worried about the calorie content of the usual cookie dough. Luckily for you, we’ve gathered 5 keto protein cookie dough bites recipes right here!
1. No-Bake Cookie Dough Protein Balls
It’s totally possible to create ketogenic cookie dough bites even if you don’t have a microwave oven. These are high-protein snacks that will help you feel satiated.
Despite being low in sugar content, these protein balls manage to resemble the taste of your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough.
There’s no cooking time, and preparation takes just 10 minutes. This recipe is enough for 12 servings.
Each cookie dough protein ball packs 124 calories, 7g fat, 7g protein, and 6g of net carbs. For storage purposes, you can keep these snacks in an airtight container. Place them in a refrigerator for two weeks on in a freezer for up to three months.
Another recipe makes use of dark chocolate chips, stevia, organic coconut milk, vanilla protein powder, and either a nut or seed butter. The amount of stevia to include depends on your preference for sweetness. Plus, you can use any seed or nut butter such as pumpkin, peanut, cashew, and almond butter.
Similar to the first entry on our list, the high-protein cookie dough recipe results to 12 servings after 10 minutes of preparation. Every serving has 442 calories, 46g fat, 4g net carbs, and 3g protein.
Do you know what’s an interesting ingredient for this keto cookie dough bites recipe? It’s grass-fed collagen, which is a pretty good source of protein. Of course, the sugar-free dark chocolate chips add the needed sweetness. If you don’t want to use any dairy ingredient, you can use coconut oil to make these snacks.
Likewise, remember to use blanched almond flour and not almond meal since the latter doesn’t have a fine consistency. Preparing these snacks takes half an hour, but you’ll have a dozen afterward. Every serving has 169 calories, 14g fat, 3g net carbs, and a whopping 9g protein.
Here’s a recipe that allows you to enjoy cookie dough as if it were an ice cream. Basically, you get the bite-sized snacks by scooping them out one at a time. This no-bake keto cookie dough is good to have after any meal, preferably dinner.
Each scoop contains 167 calories, 17g fat, 2.3g protein, and only 1.2 net carbs. The first step is to mix the butter and the cream cheese together in a big bowl. Afterward, add the other ingredients as well. Lastly, put the mix in the refrigerator for at least 60 minutes.
Here’s a video of making no-bake keto cookie dough bites:
How about a cookie dough recipe that requires only five ingredients? That’s right! These cookie dough snacks don’t even have any sugar or flour in them. Just prepare chocolate chips, vanilla, butter, cream cheese, and a sweetener such as a stevia and an erythritol.
This recipe takes the least amount of time at just a mere five minutes. You’ll get six servings, with each one having 220 calories, 2.83g protein, 3g carbs, and 23g fat. Simply mix the ingredients in a bowl, add the chocolate chips, put the mixture in a container, and store it in the refrigerator.
And that’s it! Five simple and quick ways to prepare low-carb and high-protein cookie dough bites. These recipes will surely keep you filled with sweets in no time! If you have any queries, feel free to send us a comment.
A birthday cake with almost no carbs and sugar? Is that even possible?
You’ll be surprised to know that yes, with the right ingredients, you’ll be able to whip up a delicious and fantastic-looking birthday cake that will wow your guests without the added carbs. Not only is this healthier but will also work for those on the keto diet. You get your fix of dessert without the guilt!
But how can you make birthday cakes without the hassle? You don’t need to be a master baker to do so, just follow any of these 10 keto birthday cake recipes in minutes!
There’s no need to pull up your sleeves and spend hours trying to bake the perfect low-carb cake. With these recipes, it will only take you minutes to accomplish! Check out my ten favorite recipes:
1. Gluten-Free Birthday Mug Cake
If you’re looking for a delicious mug cake all for yourself (or for individual servings at a party!), then this mug cake is perfect for you. It’s so easy to do and literally only takes a few minutes before it’s ready to eat! It’s incredible to serve or to have for yourself if you’re craving for some cake.
Isn’t this a delicious looking cake? Not only that but it’s gluten-free and filled with the fat you need perfect for staying in ketosis. The best part is that NO ONE will ever tell that it’s low-carb! Using just ten ingredients and only one hour to bake, this cake is a must-try!
Now, who doesn’t want the classic yellow cake with the decadent chocolate icing? Not only does it taste delicious but it used the low-carb ingredients and packed with fat for low-carb dieters to rejoice! Plus, it’s low-calorie so enjoy a slice (or two!) without the guilt.
Inside this attractive vanilla buttercream is a delicious chocolate cake that only has EIGHT grams of carbs. Yes, a whole slice of cake with just that little amount of carbs. Thank almond flour, coconut cream, and sweetened dark chocolate for making this satisfying cake! But be careful, as it packs on the calories!
Now, this is more than a pretty cake! With all its delicious layers, you have a fusion of flavors that explode with each bite! You’ve got buttercream frosting, vanilla frosting, and sugar-free raspberry jam. Who wouldn’t want to have that for their birthday celebration?
A cake that only takes three minutes? The Lemon Poke Cake is just that, which is a quick and tasty mini cake with a sweet lemony glaze and the moistness that makes it perfect to serve. The mini cakes save you the hassle of having to slice cake for everyone!
This is a sugar-free chocolate cake without any grains. Made with healthy and high-fat ingredients, you will get the sweet flavors and chocolatey goodness without any of the guilt. Plus, there’s no need for baking it for so long, merely refrigerate it to set, bake it for a short while, and you’re good to go!
This chocolate cake is dense and dark, similar to a chocolate truffle but in cake form. With dark chocolate and a splash of cream to balance out the flavors, you have an indulgent yet beautiful cake to serve for your birthday.
And to cap off our list, we have the simple and classic chocolate keto birthday cake, a moist and chocolatey slice with chocolate buttercream. It’s dairy, gluten, grain, and sugar-free, even I can’t believe it!
It’s difficult finding readymade cakes without the sugar or carbs. But why bother doing that when you can make your own instead? As long as you have the right recipes, you can whip something up that everyone will love.
Hopefully, you found something ideal for you to try out! So don’t wait and use any of these 10 keto birthday cake recipes in minutes for a fantastic cake the celebrant will appreciate! Delicious and easy to make, it will be a hit.
For those who have any questions or would like to share their tips and experiences on making birthday cakes keto-friendly, share it down below. I would love to hear what you have to think.
If you’re looking for something delicious and fancy to serve for dessert, then why not go for a Creme Brûlée? This is a burnt cream with a creamy custard base and hard caramel. It looks as fancy as it is decadent, and it’s a huge hit for parties or formal events. And what I love about it is that you can tweak it to your taste buds, adding more flavors and making it keto-friendly for everyone to enjoy.
This is one of the easiest desserts to convert to low-carb because of its ingredients. So if you want to know how to then read on as I show you 5 keto low-carb creme brûlée recipes!
Creme brûlée sounds fancy but doesn’t be intimidated with this simple dessert! They use simple ingredients and are easy to make, so check these low-carb options to try out for yourself:
1. Keto Low-Carb Creme Brûlée
This is a classic creme brûlée recipe that replaces sugar with erythritol for a lower carb found. It’s so simple to do and has the perfect creamy texture that you’ll want to grab seconds! It’s sugar-free, gluten-free, and still tickles your sweet tooth. And since it serves 30, they’re perfect for parties.
Make the usual creme brûlée even fancier by adding a touch of chocolate and truffle to the mix! While it is a bit higher in carbs and calories, it’s worth indulging in because of its richness. You can share a serving because of how huge it is in flavor.
This fall-inspired dessert is a must-try for all seasons. It’s so filling and can be shared by two people, thanks to its heavy cream. With pumpkin pie spice and a bit of pumpkin puree, you achieve delicious flavors without the carbs or sugar.
This is a personal favorite of mine because of its chocolatey goodness that does not overpower with sugar or cream. I love the thin and crispy shell with the creamy chocolate custard. It makes my mouth water just thinking about this coffee-flavored chocolate creme brûlée!
This is a Christmas-inspired recipe that will have your party (and even children!) love. With pumpkin pie spice and heavy whipping cream, you have the creamy l custard. Topping off the thin shell with clementine, and you’ll have a mix of flavors your tastebuds can’t resist!
Easy to do with a lot of variations to try out, creme brûlée is the perfect addition to the table. It’s different from the usual cakes and pastries we serve for dessert, and since it’s so easy to make, you won’t have to hassle yourself making it keto-friendly.
I hope you found something you’d like to try out of these 5 keto low-carb creme brûlée recipes. Use it as a starting point for your dessert-making today!
For those who would like to share their recipes or ask any questions about keto-friendly desserts, comment below. I would love to hear what you have to think.
Chia seeds are one of the most popular superfoods nowadays. Though small, these seeds are chock full of nutrients and antioxidants that makes it a good partner for dieters. Chia seeds also help improve our skin’s repair systems, protect our heart, boost our metabolism, fight certain types of cancer and much more!
Fortunately, these fiber-rich seeds are versatile and can easily be incorporated into different types of dishes. This includes the highlight of our list – chia seed pudding. This dish can be eaten as a light meal, a dessert or even a snack. Here are 15 keto chia seed pudding recipes which will show you different ways to prepare this delicious dish.
1. Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding
Boost your fiber intake by trying these Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding recipe. It’s also a filling dish that will give you a boost of energy and omega-3.
This dish is very easy to make and requires but a few ingredients. This recipe calls for some full fat coconut milk. However, if you don’t like the taste of coconut, you can use some almond milk as a substitute. Once you’re done mixing the ingredients, you just need to refrigerate it for at least an hour to let it thicken.
The serving comes out to be: Calories 288 | Fat (g): 27 | Cholesterol (mg): 40 | Potassium (mg): 204 | Carbs (g): 8 | Fiber (g): 4 | Net Carbs (g): 2 | Protein (g): 4
Are you a big fan of Hershey’s Almond Joy? Then, this recipe is for you. It combines unsweetened almond milk, cocoa powder and coconut flakes to create a taste reminiscent to that of your favorite candy bar. It tastes just as great but, of course, minus the sugar and carbs.
This recipe is good for 4 servings. Each serving has 12.8g of carbohydrates, 10.3g of which are dietary fiber.
This Keto Chocolate Chia Pudding is a filling dish that you’ll want to eat over and over again. You can prepare this the night before so you can wake up to a chocolatey breakfast. The chia seeds give it a little bit of crunch. But, if you don’t like it, you can always use your trusty blender to get a smoother pudding. Make sure you powderize the chia seeds first before you add the other ingredients.
The serving comes out to be: Calories 329 | Fat (g): 26.6 | Potassium (mg): 364 | Carbs (g): 20.3 | Fiber (g): 13.9 | Net Carbs (g): 6.3 | Protein (g): 9.5
Next, we have this recipe from Hungry by Nature, which is a cross between our favorite Thanksgiving pie and chia seed pudding. The color and the taste of this Pumpkin Pie Chia Pudding will surely remind you of autumn. The recipe is delicious as it is but it’s even better when you top it with baked apples, whipped cream, toasted oats, cranberries or more pecans.
Here, we have another chia pudding that uses some cocoa powder for that chocolatey goodness. For this recipe, you’ll be blending the ingredients for a smooth and creamy mousse-like chia pudding. The author of the recipe also suggests great toppings to match the pudding. This includes chopped nuts, shredded coconut, peanut butter, fresh fruits and dried berries.
Looking for something tangy and sweet? Check out this Key Lime Chia Pudding recipe from Primal Edge Health. The taste of this creamy pudding will surely remind you of key lime pie. It’s very easy to make and the hardest part is waiting until it has soaked well which will take at least four hours. But, the wait is worth it and even kids will love it.
The serving comes out to be: Fat (g): 30.2 | Carbs (g): 19.5 | Net Carbs (g): 4.5 | Protein (g): 10.5
Chia seeds, heavy cream, almond milk, blueberries and liquid stevia combine together to bring us the tasty Blueberry Chia Pudding. This can be prepared ahead of time so you can still have a filling snack or a light meal even if you’ll be too busy to cook a meal from scratch. Aside from being keto-friendly, this recipe is gluten-free as well.
The serving comes out to be: Fat (g): 32 | Carbs (g): 23 | Net Carbs (g): 5 | Protein (g): 11
This Chocolate Avocado Chia Pudding by Iron You is so sinfully good that you won’t even think that it’s diet food. It uses ground chia seeds to keep it smooth and mousse-like while the avocado makes it really creamy. When you make this, be sure to include some extra since it’s sure to be a hit.
The serving comes out to be: Fat (g): 26 | Carbs (g): 35.7 | Protein (g): 3.75
This dish is not just your ordinary chocolate chia seed pudding. That’s because it’s also minty! The peppermint spirits keep it refreshing while the cacao nibs are reminiscent of chocolate chips. The combination of these two ingredients will enhance your mood as well. This recipe can be prepared in just 10 minutes but you’ll have to leave it overnight in order for the chia seeds to swell.
The serving comes out to be: Fat (g): 6.9 | Carbs (g): 12.5 | Net Carbs (g): 1.4 | Protein (g): 6.8
Here, we have another ingredient that pairs well with chocolate chia seed pudding. It’s none other than peanut butter! This is a must-try if you’re like me and you just love Reese’s Cups. This recipe is really good but, let’s not forget that it’s keto-friendly and dairy-free as well. Plus, it’s packed with a lot of nutrients that will help you stay healthy.
Next, we have this berry delicious Keto Strawberry Chia Seed Pudding from the Aussie Keto Queen. It’s loaded with fiber so this will keep you full for a long time. On the other hand, the antioxidants from the strawberry will protect our cells from free radicals. Tasty and nutritious, this is one recipe you’ll want to keep.
The recipe can make up to 4 servings of this chia seed pudding. Each serving contains 12g total carbohydrates, 6g of which are dietary fiber.
Coconut and pandan is a combination that is popular in Southeast Asia. It is usually paired with tapioca pearls and gelatin to make a tropical dessert called buko pandan. In this recipe from Two Sleevers, this dish is recreated into the Coconut Pandan Chia Seed Pudding. It’s a gluten-free, dairy-free and keto-friendly dish that has a slightly sweet taste. You’ll want to try this dish especially if you’re looking for something new.
The serving comes out to be: Fat (g): 18 | Carbs (g): 7 | Net Carbs (g): 3 | Protein (g): 3
Berry lovers rejoice! Here’s a recipe from Julie’s Lifestyle where you can add your favorite berries. It will also teach you how to make fresh coconut milk but if you prefer, you can always use other plant-based milk like almond milk. This dish will also give you an energy boost thanks to the coconut milk while the berries and other ingredients will give you lots of nutrients.
You can make a huge batch of this recipe during your day off and store it in the refrigerator in an airtight container. This will keep well for up to 5 days so you can have a quick meal or snack even if you’re busy.
This Keto Chai Chia Pudding recipe from My Keto Kitchen is another dish you’ll want to try if you like unusual flavors. It uses black tea leaves, ground ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and fennel seeds to give it a wonderfully intense taste.
The serving comes out to be: Fat (g): 20 | Carbs (g): 7 | Net Carbs (g): 2 | Protein (g): 3
Last but certainly not the least, we have this scrumptious Banana Chia Pudding from Our Paleo Life. This dish is super tasty but healthy as well. The coconut milk makes it creamy. On the other hand, the cinnamon gives it a boost of flavor while the bananas give it a natural sweetness.
The serving comes out to be: Fat (g): 9 | Carbs (g): 12 | Net Carbs (g): 6 | Protein (g): 2
That’s it for our list. I’m sure you’re now raring to go and try some of these chia seed pudding recipes which are perfect for your keto diet. As always, you can always make your own version of these recipes. If you do, make sure to share it with us. Enjoy!