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Okay. We admit it. Living low carb means saying ‘no’ to most sweets. But an occasional treat is very doable without spiking blood sugar and backsliding on your progress.

Meet our delicious collection of low-carb dessert recipes. We offer treats featuring natural delights like fruit, cream, butter, cheese, dark chocolate, and coconut, all low in carbs. What you won’t find are recipes with artificial sweeteners. Our philosophy is to bring you deliciousness without the chemicals. (Here’s more on why.)

Fruit—nature’s candy— is another occasional option for those who are not too sensitive to sugar. Here’s our guide to low-carb fruits and berries to help inspire new favorites with fewer carbs.

Do you have a favorite low-carb dessert that is not in our collection? Please share it with us in the comment section, below.

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All recipes are gluten-free, low carb and free from artificial sweeteners. Click any recipe image for full recipe and nutrition panel.

 

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19 Comments

  1. Carolyn
    Sugar Free strawberry jello with sliced fresh strawberries topped with cool whip!
  2. Tilly
    ARRGGHH, why use cool whip?? It's not even real food. Use real whip cream and do yourself a service.
  3. Trish
    I needed a recipe to use up my plentiful harvest of blueberries but I hate using artificial sweetener. An internet search led me to an almond blueberry cake recipe that doesn't use sweetener - http://girleatsworld.co.uk/keto-cake/. I made it today and tried a slice once cooled - it is amazing. Please DietDoctor can you come up with desserts that don't rely on artificial sweeteners?
    Reply: #16
  4. Lynne
    Stevia is a natural sweetener and works wonderful in baking.
  5. Addy
    As a British person I would like a low carb recipe for fruit crumble. It's the crumble bit I'm not sure how to substitute as it would be made with flour . Any suggestions ?
    Reply: #9
  6. Sam
    Hi
    What would be the alternate of almond flour in desserts ?
  7. Sydney
    Any recipes for keto cheesecake? My husbands birthday is coming up and that was his favorite dessert... trying to make it Keto friendly for us. Thank you.
  8. bonita
    hello everyone, I believe a saw a recipe for biscuits that were made from almond flour, vanilla extract and ???. But I can't find the recipe can anyone help?
    Thanks :)
    Reply: #17
  9. Caroline
    Addy, I use this topping to make various fruit crumbles (frozen berries, granny smith apples, etc.) and it's wonderful.
    1 cup almond flour (I use the type with skin on)
    ¼ teaspoon salt
    1 teaspoon ground cinnamon (optional)
    1 tablespoon vanilla extract
    1 tablespoon coconut oil
    2 tablespoons xylitol
  10. Eike
    Hello there, great website!I was wondering why your chocolate mousse has so many carbs? I use a zero carb heavy cream from Aldi, as well as a zero carb chocolate powder. I do not use the eggs, so my dessert should have zero carbs correct?
  11. Eike
    Sorry one more question, why do you assess eggs with 1 carb? I checked the back of my eggs and it states zero carbs?
    Reply: #12
  12. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Eike!

    100 gram egg is about 1/2 gram carbs. That means ... 4 eggs is about 1 gram carbs ... that's negligible.

    Sorry one more question, why do you assess eggs with 1 carb? I checked the back of my eggs and it states zero carbs?

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  14. Paola
    Hi guys
    How many large eggs is it allowed to eat for breakfast? Thank you
    Reply: #15
  15. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Paola!

    We usually say, eat until satisfied, but not more.

    Hi guys
    How many large eggs is it allowed to eat for breakfast? Thank you

  16. DreMation
    @Trish
    Do you consider Stevia and Erythritol, artificial sweeteners?
    Reply: #18
  17. DreMation
    @Bonita

    Look under the Recipes tab under bread. Also there is an Oopsie bread in the meals section under BLT.

    Cheers!

  18. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi DreMation!

    It really doesn't matter. We don't recommend sweeteners, at least not on daily basis.

    @Trish
    Do you consider Stevia and Erythritol, artificial sweeteners?

  19. TeeJay
    Has anyone heard about Swerve? Granulated and confectioners. Hard to find in grocery stores. However Amazon carries it.
  20. Linda
    I'm so confused I am only starting the 2 week challenge and already pulling my hair out. I have just made the tuna mayo for my partner and I but this is meant to be for lunch tomorrow too. I'm probably being greedy but there doesn't seem a lot. Also do I boil more eggs or save some please help

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