For many people, Easter brings thoughts of family, Easter egg hunts, games, sweet treats, and chocolates. Easter is one of many holidays where people tend to indulge in sugary delights. Going keto does mean saying goodbye to sugar, but it doesn’t have to mean saying goodbye to sweet flavors and decadent desserts. The skilled recipe creators here at Ketogenic.com have shared a range of keto Easter dessert recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth and make your Easter holiday special.
Fried Cheesecake Bites
Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, these air-fried keto cheesecake bites won’t disappoint. Once you’ve prepared your bites, your freezer and air fryer do the rest. Dip your bites in melted keto chocolate.
Nut Clusters and Candied Nuts
These sweet pecan nut clusters are simple to make with only four ingredients: chopped pecans, whole pecans, coconut oil, and keto chocolate chips. After five minutes of prep time, your nut clusters firm in the fridge for an hour before you’re ready to enjoy.
Like little easter eggs, these 35-minute chocolate covered almonds are a nutty delight. This treat only has three ingredients and contains the perfect pairing of keto chocolate and crunchy almonds.
The Easter bunny always brings chocolate. Chocolate lovers will devour this keto chocolate pudding made with unsweetened almond milk, monk fruit sweetener, almond or cashew butter, cocoa powder, and a few other simple ingredients. After refrigerating for two hours, you’ll achieve a silky smooth texture and a burst of chocolatey flavor. Fancify your pudding with sliced strawberries and mint leaves.
If you don’t feel like baking, then don’t. Try these 35-minute no-bake brownies instead, using coconut flour, almond meal, coconut oil, vanilla extract, cocoa powder, and a few other ingredients. After whisking the ingredients and melting the almond butter and coconut oil in the microwave, transfer the dough to a pan and refrigerate for half an hour.
Peanut Butter Truffles
Bring on the peanut butter and get fancy with coco peanut butter truffles. Bananas are too high in carbs for a keto diet, but you can add banana flavoring to your peanut butter and chocolate truffles for a blissful merging of flavors. You may want to hide these truffles or risk having few left for yourself!
This keto raspberry sherbet dessert is brimming with raspberry flavor and requires less than 15 minutes to make. You don’t need an ice cream maker or any complicated or fancy ingredients or steps; you just need a blender or food processor, your freezer, frozen raspberries, ice, water, heavy cream, and a sugar-free raspberry gelatin packet. It’s easier than you think to bring this fancy restaurant treat home to your keto kitchen.
Ice Cream Sundae
Velvety ice cream is usually a welcome dessert, but most ice creams are loaded with sugar or corn syrup, so they aren’t keto-approved. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t luxuriate with this no-churn, sugar-free keto strawberry sundae. Yes, it’s the full works, with unflavored greek yogurt, heavy cream, fresh strawberries, powdered erythritol sweetener, and other delightful flavors.
If you’d prefer chocolate ice cream, try this keto chocolate avocado ice cream. This recipe is well worth the wait and requires avocados, heavy whipping cream, unsweetened cocoa powder, vanilla extract, salt, and powdered stevia or confectioner’s Swerve. Transform your low-carb ice cream into a keto sundae and add fresh berries, keto marshmallows, and keto sprinkles.
Frozen Yogurt Berry Bark
Chocolate and fruit-flavored barks are often served in chocolate and candy shops and those cute little candy stores by the seaside. Typically, barks are sweetened with sugar or sugary yogurt, but this keto frozen yogurt berry bark is a palatable exception. Create this rewarding keto recipe with coconut Manna, allulose, strawberries, keto granola, vanilla extract, and no-sugar-added yogurt.
Donuts come in all shapes, sizes, and flavors, but most aren’t suitable for a ketogenic diet. In just half an hour, you could be sinking your teeth into these keto chocolate doughnuts with all the sweetness and none of the guilt. These make a tasty keto Easter dessert or breakfast treat. Stay keto, have your donuts, and eat them too!
‘Nutella’ Chocolate Hazelnut Spread
It’s Easter, and you might remember your childhood self smothering lots of foods with Nutella chocolate hazelnut spread and maybe even sticking your fingers in the jar too, because sometimes you just couldn’t seem to get enough. Don’t ditch your keto progress by giving in to this devilishly chocolatey, hazelnutty, sugary temptation; try this keto ‘Nutella’ chocolate hazelnut spread recipe as a satisfying alternative. You’ll need the ingredients, an oven, a food processor, and a fridge.
Carrots and Easter just go together, and this showstopping keto carrot cake with salted caramel frosting is the perfect finish to your keto Easter meal. While it looks beautiful–and tastes delicious–it contains only about 4 net carbs per slice.
This keto chocolate cheesecake with a coffee brownie crust is much easier to make than it sounds; in fact, it doesn’t require baking at all, just a few hours firming up in the fridge. At the end, you’ll have a delicious creamy dessert that will make any guest happy.
Cinnamon Bun Cake with Caramel Sauce
This is another keto Easter recipe that would make a great breakfast treat for Easter morning, as well as a dessert after the big Easter meal. This cinnamon bun cake only uses a few ingredients and serves up just 3 net carbs per serving. Serve with a keto caramel sauce for extra decadence.
Strawberries are the quintessential spring fruit, and Easter is all about celebrating spring. This keto strawberry shortcake uses butter, eggs, sour cream, coconut flour, and almond flour for a moist cake with plenty of flavor. Top with monk fruit-sweetened whipped cream and sliced strawberries.
Steph Green is a writer, researcher, and singer/songwriter with a passion for all things wellness. In 2016, after four years of struggling with her own health problems and painful autoimmune disease, Steph developed a life-changing and extensive knowledge of keto, nutrition, and natural medicine. She continues on her healing journey and enjoys helping others along the way.
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