This curated list of easy keto desserts has all your favorites! 16 delicious sugar free treats that take minimal effort and no baking. They are just the thing to satisfy your cravings.
It’s high summer and it’s hot out there. And while you still want a treat, you certainly don’t want to be baking. That oven gives off way too much heat! That’s why you need this list of Easy Keto Dessert Recipes.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my 10+ years doing low carb is that preparation is key. Having a few keto treats around keeps me from succumbing to any sugary temptations.
But when life gets busy, I don’t always have time to bake something spectacular. Or it’s simply too hot out to turn on the oven. So I rely on these recipes to see me through.
Creamy, decadent, and delicious, and no baking required. And many of them whip up in a few short minutes. How can you beat that?
Raise your hand if you’ve ever gorged yourself on raw cookie dough. Haven’t we all been there? Sometimes it tastes even better than the finished cookies! That’s why I created this no-bake Keto Cookie Dough. It’s egg free, sugar free, and grain free, so it satisfies that craving safely and healthfully.
If you like this, try more of my keto cookie dough recipes:
You know the happy dance you do when you bite into something delicious? Well I guarantee that these keto cheesecake bites are going to make you do that dance.
I can’t get this easy keto peanut butter fudge out of my mind! I updated the recipe recently and now it’s even better and easier than ever. I gave half of it away to my next door neighbour and I regret that now. Deeply.
If you like this, try more of my keto fudge recipes:
If you don’t own a popsicle mold, I suggest you hightail it to your nearest cookware store, grocery store or even your local drugstore. These fruity cheesecake popsicles are a hit with kids and adults alike!
If you like this, try more of my keto popsicle recipes:
Seriously, people, please tell me why it took me so long to try making my own keto marshmallows??? I am kicking myself. HARD! I finally decided to give it a try a few years ago, after many reader requests. And I was utterly dumbfounded by how easy it was. My only regret was that I didn’t try it earlier.
Thank heavens for these keto peanut butter cups so I can indulge without risk. I’ve been making these sugar free treats for about as long as I’ve been low carb. And they’ve saved me many a time when I needed a sweet bite to keep me on track.
Smooth and creamy, and no residual iciness at all. And that rich raspberry color and flavor make it ever so appealing. It’s now one of my favorite ways to use raspberries, along side my Keto Cobbler recipe.
This recipe for keto banana pudding serves only two people. But it’s creamy and rich, with a wonderful banana flavor. Perfect for days where you don’t want any leftovers.
If you like this, make sure you try my classic Keto Chocolate Pudding too!
It’s one of my most popular keto desserts and you can see the appeal. A cheesecake based mousse with the salty sweet flavor of peanut butter and it only takes 5 minutes? You could make this fresh every day, if you were so inclined!
If you like this, try more of my keto mousse recipes: :
Trigger warning! If peanut butter is your kryptonite, you may just want to look away for a while. Because these keto peanut butter bars are bound to make you weak in the knees. They are no bake bars, and so easy to make, even your kids could do it on their own.
If you like this, try more of my no-bake keto peanut butter recipes:
11. Keto Macaroons
While I love baking, I also love no-baking. In other words, I love making easy no bake treats like these Chocolate Keto Macaroons. The process is quick, takes a handful of ingredients, and I don’t have to turn on my oven. And then I get to enjoy the sweet coconut chocolate combo in bite-sized perfection.
Readers adore my small batch keto desserts because they’re easy, delicious, and are perfectly proportioned. However, there is one major issue with these tasty small batch treats. Sometimes they disappear just too darn quickly!
Even the best fruits and veggies can always use a little something extra to jazz them up and make them even prettier and more delicious than they already are. Like these easy Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries. You simply can’t go wrong with the fresh flavor of summer berries and a little keto cheesecake filling.
I first created this no-churn coffee ice cream back in 2015, and I am so excited to give it a new update. It’s better than ever before, and it stays perfectly scoopable, even after weeks in the freezer. If you manage to get it to last that long!
If you like this, try my Easy Keto Ice Cream Cake Recipe.
Nothing goes together quite like coffee and chocolate. In fact, I often add a bit of coffee to my keto chocolate cake recipes, because it intensifies the chocolate flavor. So making Keto Chocolate Espresso Truffles was the next logical step.
If you like this, try more of my keto truffle recipes:
16. Mini Keto Chocolate Cream Pies
Looking for an easy keto chocolate dessert that tastes like heaven? These individual servings of chocolate cream pie are just the thing. A no bake brownie crust, creamy sugar free chocolate pudding, and an airy whipped cream topping – what more could you ask for?
Easy Keto Desserts
Ingredients for Keto Chocolate Truffles
- ¾ cup heavy whipping cream
- 2 teaspoon instant espresso powder (can use a Starbucks Via pack)
- 4 ounces unsweetened chocolate chopped
- ⅓ cup powdered Swerve Sweetener
- 2 tablespoon butter, cut into small pieces
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- 3 ounces dark chocolate chips, sugar-free
- ½ ounce cocoa butter
- 1 tablespoon sugar-free white chocolate chips
- 24 espresso beans
- In a medium saucepan over medium heat, bring the heavy cream and espresso powder to a simmer. Remove from heat and add the chopped chocolate. Let sit 5 minutes to melt.
- Add the sweetener and butter, and whisk until smooth. Refrigerate until firm, about 1 hour.
- Using about 1 tablespoon of the mixture at a time, roll into balls and place on a waxed paper lined cookie sheet. Freeze 1 hour.
- In a heatproof bowl set over a pan of barely simmering water, combine the dark chocolate chips and cocoa butter. Stir frequently until melted and smooth.
- Dip the frozen truffles in one at a time, tossing with two forks to coat. Lift out and tap the fork on the side of the bowl to remove excess chocolate. Place back on the waxed paper lined baking sheet.
- Place the white chocolate in another heat proof bowl and set over the pan to melt, stirring constantly.
- Drizzle any remaining melted dark chocolate over half of the truffles and drizzle white chocolate over the rest (Place the melted chocolate in a ziploc baggie with the very corner snipped off to pipe it over).
- While the chocolate drizzle is still warm, place one espresso bean on the top of each truffle. Let set.