Keto Cakes & Pie Recipes You Need To Try
Keto dessert anyone? What if I told you that you could satisfy your sweet cravings even on a keto diet? While being on a diet requires you to limit your carb and sugar intake, you can still enjoy a bite here and there if you do it right. Find your new favorite treat from this list of keto cake recipes.
There are tons of healthy low-carb keto cakes and pies that you can revel in without sabotaging your diet. By swapping some of the key ingredients, such as whole flour and sugar, for healthy substitutes, you too can enjoy a dessert without feeling guilty.
1. KETO APPLE CRUMBLE PIE FROM THE BIG MAN’S WORLD
An apple crumble is virtually identical to an apple pie, with the only difference being that an apple crumble has a crumble-like top. This classic keto dessert is a feel-good dish that you can make using simple ingredients. Apples are a no-go on a keto diet, so exchange them for chayote squash to keep your carb intake low.
2. KETO STRAWBERRY CREAM PIE FROM ALL DAY I DREAM ABOUT FOOD
If you happen to have a bunch of freshly bought strawberries at home, why not use them to make a delicious strawberry cream cake? The fluffy keto dessert is a no-bake pie that you can make without the crust to exclude the extra carbs. It’ll only take you 30 minutes to make it, but you’ll have to let it chill for three hours to ensure it has the right consistency.
3. KETO PUMPKIN PIE FROM LOW CARB YUM
A pumpkin pie is usually eaten on Thanksgiving as it’s a symbol of harvest time. However, if you’re a fan of the dessert, feel free to relish the treat all year round. This low-carb keto recipe uses homemade coconut flour crust and a zero-calorie sweetener to make it a healthy option. To further limit your carbs, make the pie without the crust.
4. KETO CHEESECAKE FROM LOW CARB WITH JENNIFER
One of the best things about cheesecakes is their adaptability. While the base is traditionally the same, you can easily change various ingredients to fit your preferences. This recipe uses strawberries and a sweetener to make it sugar-free, but it does have a crust made from almond flour. Oh, and you can freeze your pie, but make sure you eat it within two weeks to keep the taste.
5. KETO CHOCOLATE PIE FROM KASEY TRENUM
This decadent keto chocolate pie has everything you want in a healthy chocolate dessert, using pecans, butter, and a sweetener to keep it as low-carb as possible. Dark chocolate is known for being health-friendly (when consumed in moderation) compared to its lighter counterpart that contains a lot of sugar. However, opt for sugar-free dark chocolate to keep it healthy.
6. KETO CINNAMON COFFEE CAKE FROM HEALTHY SUBSTITUTE
Both coconut flour and almond flour are used to create the crust of this keto cake. With no additives and containing only whole-food ingredients, the mouth-watering cake will take you a little over an hour to bake. The recipe includes Granny Smith apples, which you should avoid while on your keto diet. But you can trade them for tasty chayote squash.
7. KETO VANILLA BIRTHDAY CAKE FROM LOW CARB SPARK
Are you looking for a delicious yet keto-friendly cake to serve for your birthday? A decent size of this fluffy and moist gluten-free vanilla cake only contains four grams of carbs. Almond and coconut flour are used for this keto recipe, alongside granulated sweetener and vanilla extract. After cutting a slice, keep the cake in the refrigerator for no more than four days.
8. KETO LEMON COCONUT CAKE FROM FAT FOR WEIGHT LOSS
One of the best things about this savory keto lemon cake is that it’s made from coconut flour. The zesty and moist cake takes a little over an hour to make and is a fitting keto dessert for when you’re craving a healthy treat. Use a sweetener instead of sugar and no more than half a lemon to avoid the cake from becoming too sour.
MORE YUMMY KETO COOKING DESSET RECIPES TO TRY
We have 70+ keto breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and snack recipes to choose from.
All of our keto dessert recipes or keto treat ideas are delicious, once you have tried them you’ll want to make them again and again. By mixing or swapping carb-heavy ingredients with a keto alternative, you can enjoy some of your favorite cuisines without feeling like you’re missing out.