My new e-cookbook devoted entirely to easy dairy-free keto desserts is now available for purchase. Grab your copy today!
It’s here! A new e-cookbook full of delicious keto desserts, all sugar-free, gluten-free, and more importantly… completely dairy-free!
For many people, starting a keto diet often means consuming copious amounts of dairy. Many keto dessert recipes call for cream cheese, heavy cream, and lots and lots of butter.
It’s incredibly frustrating for those who need or choose to avoid dairy. And even those of us who don’t avoid it entirely could stand to cut back a little!
That’s why we ALL need this book.
And it’s on sale for Mother’s Day: $5.99
Creating dairy-free desserts
This ebook was several years in the making. I played around with dairy-free ingredients in many of my published cookbooks, including Easy Keto Desserts and The Ultimate Guide to Keto Baking, so I felt I had some experience.
Then I decided to go at it full tilt and devote a whole book to the subject. Converting standard recipes to dairy-free isn’t as easy as you might think.
In some cases, it’s a matter of a few simple substitutions. But in others, it was far more tricky. Dairy-free ingredients don’t always behave the same way and I was in for a few surprises.
I learned a whole lot creating this book, let me tell you! But I am thrilled with the results.
Because I wanted a truly useful dairy-free cookbook, I hired a designer to help me with this one. I have no real graphic design experience, and proper page layout was very important to me.
So you will notice that this is longer than many of my other e-cookbooks. She really did a wonderful job, working with me to make it both clear and easy to read, as well as enticing to look at.
I am so proud of this beautiful book, and I think you’re going to love it!
What you get in this book
- 50 dairy-free, keto-friendly dessert recipes – all with less than 9g TOTAL carbs!
- Easy recipes that include everything from candy and fudge to cake to ice cream.
- BRAND NEW CONTENT! I included a few fan favorites, such as my Keto Peanut Butter Pie, but this book contains almost 40 brand new, never-before-seen recipes!
- My best tips and advice on keto ingredients and dairy-free substitutions.
- Full nutritional breakdown for every recipe
- Full color photos of every recipe
- Easy PDF download so you can use it any way you wish!
Frequently Asked Questions
I really think you will! The recipes are delicious and most of us can use a little less dairy in our keto diets as it is. I truly enjoyed creating these recipes and found myself surprised at how good they were.
Easy Dairy-Free Keto Desserts is only available as an ebook and I have no plans to convert to hardcopy any time soon. That said, it’s a PDF so you can easily take it to a printer and have them create a hard copy for you.
Right now, it’s only available as a PDF. However, I may try to upload it to Kindle Publishing soon. I just have to find time to figure that part out!
The system I use to host ebooks sometimes has a few bugs. It was really bad for my last ebook, but I do believe they’ve worked most of them out. If, however, you receive an email with no download link, please let me know immediately at email@example.com. We will get it fixed for you!
When you download the PDF on an iPhone or an iPad, it can sometimes seem like it just disappeared or didn’t download at all. But it’s actually in your FILES.
Find the Files icon on your home screen and tap that. It will show you your recent downloads, but you can also switch to browse or use the search box.
Well, I just bought your ebook, and very much look forward to using it, both for myself (I’m not dairy-free) and others in my life who can’t do dairy.
My only disappointment is the lack of metric measurements, as baking is a much less forgiving endeavour than general cooking. Measure up five 1 cup measures of almond flour, and they’ll all be different weights, whereas 100g. will always be 100g. Since I started baking with metric measures, I have much more baking success. And kitchen scales are cheap and widely available these days. Perhaps when you have some free time (HA!) this could be added to another edition of the ebook ….
In any case, the book looks great! Thanks for all you do.
If you have my big baking book, it has a full metric conversion chart at the back. But the only ingredient that really needs to be weighed is the flour. In my own experiments, I’ve found that 1 cup almond flour = about 100 to 105g (that little extra bit won’t make much of a difference), and coconut flour is 110 to 115g per cup.
Hi, Carolyn — This looks great! I used to use your cookbooks and website all the time but have developed a coconut intolerance / sensitivity (as well as allergies now to most nuts, eggs, and dairy). Can you give me an idea of how many of the recipes here use coconut cream/milk/flour? Any chance any are nut/seed free too? Thanks.
A LOT! Sorry. 🙁
I’m so thrilled! A good friend of mine has recently discovered that she has to avoid dairy products, which makes keto a bit challenging. That said, I myself don’t have any issues with dairy — so when I’m not baking something to share with my lactose-intolerant friend, would it be okay replace coconut cream (which is crazy expense on this side of the border) with unwhipped whipping cream? And likewise full-fat coconut milk?
Dee Gee says
We’re Low Carb-Vegan. How many of the recipes in your new book would you estimate are egg free also?
Thanks for your help.
Judy Baker says
Your new book looks great! Any chance you might do one that is both dairy and egg free? I don’t know how much of a market there is, but it is really hard for us to find recipes. The commercial egg replacements sort of work if a recipe only has one egg, but even so you can’t do anything like a custard. (I also don’t use flax, which is problematic for other reasons.)
Hi Judy! It’s so good to hear from you… I have not had great luck with egg replacers so I am not sure I could focus on that for a full book. I will think about it! Hope you are well.
Judy Baker says
Just so you know, I have not become a vegan or vegetarian, but I am now allergic to dairy and eggs when they didn’t used to be a problem. That’s a pretty specific niche. Eggs are the hardest thing to replace. I’ve used gelatin, extra oil, applesauce, chia, and some of the the commercial egg subs, but am still experimenting.
Judy Baker says
I’m sure there are good ideas in this book even though I will have to sub for the eggs, so I will buy it anyway. Thank you for all you do. Hope to see you again when things get back to normal!
Mary Blaize says
I just purchased this. I have 4 of your books. Your recipes are some of my favorites and my first go to when searching keto. I wanted to support you for all you do and providing so many wonderful free recipes. Looking forward to trying these out. Always looking for ways to cut down on dairy! I love dairy, but would like to cut back where I can. Thanks again!! ~~Mary
Thanks so much!
I would like your Dairy free keto desserts ebook and would like to know, can pay with PayPal? Thanks
Denise Morris says
I have not received my email with receipt or download yet. Please advise.
Can you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can look into it?
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I made your chocolate cake with the chocolate frosting the other day and have had a piece every day (sometimes more)! It is so very good, it completely satisfies my sweet tooth.
I am so excited about browsing through this book.
So glad it hits the mark for you!
Jerri Ling says
Will/is this ebook available on Amazon? I’m always looking for ways to get more Prime credits ????. Thanks so much for all your hard work assembling these fantastic recipe collections. I’ve learned so much from you.
Please read the FAQ because I address that already! 🙂
Camt wait to buy this for my birthday on 19 September and am dairy free so this ebook perfect for me