Are you looking for keto dessert recipes that the whole family will love for Thanksgiving or for Christmas?
Don’t look any further, these 30+ easy Keto Dessert Recipes are absolutely delicious and kids-approved.
Bonus, these diabetic-friendly Easter recipes are also, for most of them, dairy-free with plenty of egg-free vegan options too.
Keto Dessert Recipes are easy sugar-free recipes made with low-carb flours and diabetic-friendly sugar-free sweeteners.
It includes cakes, puddings, mousses, pastries, and no-bake desserts like the popular keto peanut butter Reese balls!
There is no celebration without a yummy cake! While carrots are not particularly keto friendly (check out our keto-friendly vegetable list to compare) and you can’t enjoy a classic carrot cake, I have plenty of other keto cake options for you to indulge this festive season.
We all love a sweet pastry for Christmas and Thanksgiving and it doesn’t have to be full of sugar or carbs! Try one of these surprisingly simple keto pastries with no guilt.
No-bake keto recipes are the easiest recipes to bring a tasty dessert to your table in less than 30 minutes. Plus, all these no-bake desserts are not only keto, but also vegan, 100% egg-free and dairy-free.
What about an individual desserts this festive season? This also includes single-serve recipes for those who will celebrate Thanksgiving on their own this year.
The best Keto cookies are definitely shortbreads, peanut butter or chocolate cookies. This is my best collection for you to try.
I wish you all a happy and safe this festive season.
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