Eating only keto-friendly foods can be a tough adjustment, especially when you first start the keto diet or when you’re craving your favorite comfort foods. If you have a sweet tooth, going keto may prove even more difficult.

The good news is, however, it doesn’t have to be! You can still enjoy sweet desserts without packing on the calories and unhealthy sugar, you just need to make your desserts with different ingredients.

Did you know that just one slice of chocolate cake can wrack up 34 grams of carbohydrates, 26 grams of sugar, and 250 calories? Yikes! The worst thing about that is it’s hard to stop at just one slice! I know I can personally eat an entire cake by myself IF I didn’t care much about eating a healthy diet!

Try these 13 delicious Keto desserts that will satisfy your sweet tooth but are still keto-friendly! #keto

When I first started to learn about the Keto diet, I was relieved to see there are so many wonderful dessert recipes out there that were created specifically for people on this diet. In fact, was elated. You mean I can still enjoy dessert on this diet, guilt-free?!

Stocking a few essential items in your kitchen will prove helpful when those sugar cravings try to get the best of you. As long you keep a few things stocked such as coconut oil, dark chocolate, and nuts, then you’ll be able to create something delicious so you don’t go on an unhealthy binge. 

13 Mouth-Watering Keto Dessert Recipes

1. Keto Cashew Coconut Clusters (vegan + paleo)

Keto Cashew Coconut Clusters

If you’re a fan of cashews and coconut (like me!) then these nut clusters are going to rock your world. Lots of times, all we’re really craving is something crunchy. 

For some reason, biting down on crunchy food can make you feel like you’re eating something substantial as opposed to something menial.

Trust, me if you’re someone who finds yourself eating a bag of chips or caramel popcorn for the crunch, then these clusters will be a big help.

Cashews are rich in protein and healthy fats plus can whip this up in no time, too! Get the recipe here!

2. Grain Free Low Carb Keto Granola

 

Keto Grain-Free Granola

If you thought going keto meant you can’t indulge in granola, you’re wrong, thankfully! While those granola bars at the grocery store are chalk-full of preservatives, sugar, and carbohydrates, this grain-free and keto-friendly granola recipe is something you can enjoy when your sweet cravings kick in. 
Plus, you won’t go overboard with the carbs! This keto granola recipe uses cashews, almonds, coconut flakes, and a bunch of other ingredients that you should keep on-hand for making all sorts of low-carb desserts. Check out the recipe here!

3. Powdered Donut Hole Fat Bombs

Keto Powdered Donut Holes

It’s had to believe you can enjoy donut holes on a keto diet, but it’s true! You simply need to use different ingredients than the ones in your standard donut recipe. No all-purpose flour or white sugar here! This powdered donut hole will feel different than what you’re used to because it’s actually a fat bomb, but it’s still absolutely worth making!

Plus, they’re easy to make and you can make them in the advance and store them for when your sweet cravings hit. Get this nut-free recipe here!

4. Fudgy Chocolate Pie

Keto Fudgy Chocolate Pie

For all you chocolate lovers out there, this Fudgy Chocolate Pie is going to become one of your go-to’s! It’s perfectly creamy and totally chocolatey! One slice of this scrumptious dessert has just 1.3 grams of carbs.

Plus, it utilizes healthy ingredients too, which is something you definitely won’t find in desserts that you can get in your typical restaurant or bakery. You can also make this keto chocolate pie for a party or family gathering. It’ll be a hit! Get the recipe here!

5. Cinnabon Keto Cookies w/Cream Cheese Frosting

Keto Cinnamon Cookies with Cream Cheese

I won’t even tell you how many carbs and calories are in one Cinnabon bun. It’s shocking! Is it good? Yes, we all know that it is! But if you’re on the keto diet, you have to get those types of foods out of your life.

Don’t worry, though, because recipes like this Cinnabon Keto Cookie will fill the void. Better yet? It’ won’t have you feeling guilty and it won’t derail your weight loss goals, either. 

This is the perfect dessert to have on a chilly day when you need a little comfort in the way of something sweet. It’s also a great dessert to keep in your recipe répertoire for when the Holidays roll around…hello Christmas! Check out the recipe here!

6. Keto Double Chocolate Brownies 

Keto Double Chocolate Brownies

Brownies can be addictive, right? If you’re a chocolate lover, you probably can’t resist a good brownie. Well, with this keto-friendly brownie recipe, you won’t have to! Creamy and satisfying, it’s an excellent treat for curbing cravings. Get the recipe here!

7. Peanut Butter Chocolate Keto Fat Bombs

Keto Peanut Butter Chocolate Fat Bombs

Peanut butter cups have been one of my favorite treats for as long as I can remember. They’re not the healthiest thing to reach for, however. Peanut Butter Chocolate Keto Fat Bombs to the rescue! 

The ingredients list is so simple too! They’re things you should always have in your kitchen for when an unexpected sweet craving hits or for when you need to make a dessert for a party or gathering. Check out the recipe here!

8. The AMAZING 10min Keto Cinnamon Sugar Donuts

Keto Cinnamon Donuts

Keto Donuts? Did you think that was impossible!? Well, it’s not! This recipe will afford you the opportunity to enjoy an actual donut while you’re on the keto diet. It’s practically miraculous. 

Take a look at the ingredients list, however, and you’ll understand why it’s so keto-friendly. It’s a tasty, guilt-free treat so enjoy it with your cup of tea or coffee. Check out the yummy cinnamon goodness here!

9. Fudge Fat Bombs

Fudge Fat Bombs

Simple yet delectable chocolate fat bombs, anyone? Fat bombs will save you when you’re tempted to go out and get a huge slice of cake. Learn a few fat bomb recipes and you’ll never be at a loss for what to eat when you need something sweet. 

Check out this Fudge Fat Bombs recipe here! Make this keto dessert recipe with your kids or save it for your Holiday dessert recipe box!

10. Vanilla Protein Bark 

Keto Vegan Vanilla Protein Bark

This is one of the most interesting desserts on this list. Do you love making and eating bark? Try this recipe! Its full of vegan protein, so what is there to lose, right?!! Make this bark when you want to eat something sweet but still want those calories to count. 

Check out this innovative Vanilla Protein Bark recipe here and make sure to whip it out during the Holidays when there’s an abundance of unhealthy desserts around to tempt you.

11. Healthy Vegan Coconut Brownies (PALEO, KETO, LOW CARB)

Vegan Keto Coconut Brownies

Here’s another brownie recipe that will rock your world. That fact that’s it’s vegan makes it even better. This recipe differentiates itself from the rest because it incorporates coconut! Adding coconut flavor and flakes to a recipe adds texture and depth to a dessert, plus it gives it more of an exotic feel. 

Make this keto dessert when you’re craving something sweet or make it when you want to wow your guests! Check out the recipe here!

12. 3 Ingredient NO BAKE Paleo Vegan Peanut Butter Cookies (KETO, SUGAR-FREE)

No Bake Vegan Keto Peanut Butter Cookies

This recipe is for all you peanut butter lovers out there! (Me included!) This is probably one of the easiest desserts you’ll ever make. It’s perfect for when you’re in a time-crunch or when you simply don’t have the energy to bake anything.

Better yet, apart from being keto-friendly, it’s also vegan! It’s another win-win! Check out this cool recipe here! 

13. Sugar-free Keto Low Carb Lemon Bars

Keto Lemon Bars

There’s something so amazing about lemon flavor in a dessert. It’s refreshing and yet still filling and satisfying. It’s the perfect dessert for a hot Summer day or for changing things up during the Holiday season.

Check out this keto and dairy-free recipe here!  

Well there you have it. That makes up this list of 13 mouth-watering keto desserts! Remember, you can still enjoy your favorite sweets as long as you learn how to make them with healthier and keto-friendly ingredients. Being on a keto diet can inspire you to get innovative with your cooking or baking, so make sure to always try new recipes!