The best part about low-carb eating? Keto desserts. This master list proves that with a few low-carb ingredient swaps, you can satisfy just about every sugar craving possible — all while sticking to your macros.
Make these keto desserts when you miss high-carb comfort foods. Cake, cookies, pies, ice cream, and donuts aren’t off-limits anymore — you can still enjoy all these mouthwatering flavors and textures without throwing your diet off the rails.
Make these keto desserts for food so good, it tastes like a cheat!
KETO DESSERTS: CAKE AND CUPCAKES
KETO CHOCOLATE CAKE WITH CHOCOLATE GLAZE
Sink your teeth into this downright decadent keto dessert. With simple ingredients like coconut flour and grass-fed ghee, it creates a perfectly moist cake that tastes even better than a box mix. Pour over a silky chocolate glaze for a show-stopping finish — and less than 5 net carbs per serving.
LOW-CARB KETO CUPCAKES
These tender chocolate cupcakes use a base of coconut flour and cocoa powder, then top them with a fluffy sugar-free frosting. This keto dessert tastes so rich, you won’t believe they’re just 5 net carbs apiece. Make them more Bulletproof friendly and swap avocado oil or melted ghee instead of olive oil, use full-fat canned coconut milk instead of almond milk, and try the suggested chocolate avocado frosting to top.
LOW-CARB BLUEBERRY CUPCAKES
Make the perfect light and fruity keto dessert with under 3 net carbs! Fresh blueberries and lemon zest add natural sweetness to a coconut flour batter — and best of all, you can have them ready in under 30 minutes. To stay Bulletproof, use grass-fed butter and a sweetener like non-GMO erythritol or birch xylitol. Plus, skip the frosting, or try whipped coconut cream on top.
KETO TEXAS SHEET CAKE WITH CHOCOLATE AVOCADO FROSTING
This light and fluffy keto dessert have a texture like German chocolate cake, but swaps out the sugary frosting for a silky chocolate avocado topping. Since it serves 12, you can make it feed a crowd — and each serving is only 4 net carbs.
CHOCOLATE MINT CUPCAKES WITH SWIRL FROSTING
An iconic flavor pairing made keto-friendly: These rich cupcakes get a zip of flavor from a peppermint oil frosting and include a variety of fats such as coconut butter and coconut milk. To make this keto dessert Bulletproof, use grass-fed gelatin (like Collagelatin), and swap the cream cheese in the frosting with grass-fed butter.
GLUTEN-FREE CHOCOLATE COCONUT CUPCAKES
With a boost from cinnamon and rich cacao butter, these moist cupcakes are packed with healthy fats and can support stable blood sugar. Whether you make them for entertaining or just to have a sweet snack to yourself, they’re guilt-free at under 2 net carbs each.
MATCHA COCONUT CUPCAKES
This vegan keto dessert gets wholesome protein and fats from coconut butter, raw cashews, and coconut milk, and a depth of flavor from matcha powder. These dense cupcakes only set you back 1 net carb — but to keep them Bulletproof, use high-quality matcha and avoid eating flax too often.
WHITE CHOCOLATE AND RASPBERRY KETO CAKE
Using a little bit of starchy green banana flour and plenty of healthy fats from coconut cream, this rich cake makes the perfect base for a creamy cacao butter topping. Each decadent slice is under 7 net carbs.
KETO FLOURLESS CHOCOLATE CAKE
You probably already have everything you need to make this dense and fudgy keto dessert. The eggs and ghee give the cake a rich and dense texture, as well as a solid supply of healthy fats to complement a lighter meal. For an extra kick, spice up this low-carb recipe a bit with some chili powder and lime. Just 3 net carbs per serving.
KETO DESSERTS: COOKIES
KETO PROTEIN CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES
When you need classic cookie taste, this recipe delivers. Not only does each cookie come with rich chocolate chunks in each bite, but they also get a gut-supporting boost from grass-fed collagen peptides. Dip in a hot cup of Bulletproof Coffee for morning treats with under 5 net carbs.
KETO OREO COOKIES
No sugar or vegetable oil — just rich chocolate flavor and a silky cream filling. This keto dessert bakes up crisp cookies with almond flour and cocoa powder and uses them to sandwich a silky vanilla cream made out of grass-fed butter. Keep your espresso powder mold-free to stay Bulletproof, or omit altogether. Each cookie is just 1 net carb.
NO-BAKE COCONUT COOKIES
These raw-food cookies use shredded coconut, coconut oil, a little xylitol, vanilla, and salt for a satisfying no-bake treat. Use mold-free chocolate with at least 85% cacao to keep this keto dessert Bulletproof.
KETO SUGAR COOKIES
No sugar here. These light and crisp cookies use a low-glycemic sweetener, plus keto pantry staples like almond and coconut flours. Bake, then dip in a creamy chocolate icing for a picture-perfect dessert — and each cookie is just over 1 net carb.
HOMEMADE THIN MINTS
Don’t let this classic cookie trip up your diet — make the keto version instead. You’ll still get the crisp, chocolatey, and minty dessert you love, with no gluten or grains and just 2 net carbs per two cookies. Keep it Bulletproof and use high-quality chocolate to coat (such as Chocolate Fuel Bars).
DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CHIP KETO COOKIES
For chocolate lovers, these soft and chewy cookies have everything you want in a keto dessert. Cocoa powder and a touch of cinnamon in the batter, plus rich chocolate chunks sprinkled over the top, give these cookies a cravable depth and sweetness. With satisfying protein and fats, each cookie tallies up to 2.5 net carbs.
KETO COCONUT MACAROONS
This 20-minute keto dessert recipe makes a perfect solution when you need a quick sweet fix. Mix up a shredded coconut with vanilla collagen protein, egg whites, and almond extract. Then bake into 9 large cookies with an astounding 1 net carb each.
PALEO KETO SHORTBREAD COOKIES
Grass-fed butter or ghee shines in this light and a crumbly cookie recipe. Bake it up with keto pantry basics like almond and coconut flours, vanilla, and salt, then top with a drool-worthy chocolate glaze and vanilla shortbread collagen bar crumbs. Each satisfying cookie is just under 8 net carbs — and perfect for holidays.
KETO DESSERTS: BROWNIES AND BARS
SUPER FUDGY COCOA BROWNIES
The key to perfectly soft and dense brownies? Under-bake them slightly, use room-temperature eggs, and use sugar alcohol like xylitol to avoid any aftertaste. With a few small tweaks, this keto dessert bakes into the perfect chocolatey bars just waiting for a cool glass of non-dairy milk. Just 1 net carb apiece.
KETO COCONUT LIME BARS
Lime juice and zest deliver tart and tangy flavor in these no-bake bars, while desiccated coconut and collagen create a base packed with fats and protein. Dollop with a creamy, coconutty matcha topping and keto dessert is served at under 2 net carbs per square.
For a chewy and chocolate-free cookie bar, try this keto dessert. Coconut flour, milk, and shreds deliver a burst of coconut flavor, while butter and erythritol add body and sweetness. These tasty bars contain only 2 net carbs per serving — but make sure you use grass-fed butter to keep this recipe Bulletproof.
NO-BAKE KETO CHOCOLATE PEPPERMINT COOKIE BARS
Make this refreshing no-bake keto dessert any time of year. Prep a nourishing base with shredded coconut, MitoSweet, collagen peptides, and peppermint oil, then top with a melty chocolate drizzle. Enjoy every savory bite for only 1.5 net carbs per serving.
LOW-CARB COCONUT MACADAMIA BARS
With a tender and nutty texture, this keto dessert makes the most of high-fat macadamia nuts and coconut, all resting on a buttery shortbread crust. Every gooey, crumbly bite will have you wondering how this dessert could be keto-friendly — especially since they tally up to just 2.2 net carbs each.
KETO LEMON BARS
This fresh and fruity keto dessert tastes just like original lemon bars — same buttery crust, creamy filling, and sugary sweet coating on top. However, this version takes just 5 ingredients and sets you back only 4 net carbs. Keep every bite Bulletproof with non-GMO erythritol and grass-fed butter.
COCOA KETO BARS
Fat bomb, or delicious cookie? You decide on this keto dessert. With coconut oil and shredded coconut base, plus a sugar-free chocolate coating, these little bites deliver 22 grams of fat and only 2 net carbs per serving.
KETO DESSERTS: ICE CREAM AND POPSICLES
LOW-CARB VANILLA BEAN ICE CREAM
This sweet, scoopable keto dessert works just as well as regular ice cream for milkshakes and sundaes, and even makes a sweet addition to a warm cup of coffee. Using nourishing ingredients like egg yolks, Brain Octane Oil, and coconut oil, this recipe makes a silky bowl of goodness with only 3 net carbs.
KETO AVOCADO POPSICLES
Make this keto dessert when you have too many ripe avocados on your hands. You’ll blend two of them up here with lemon juice and sweetener before dipping in a rich cacao butter-based ganache. Just 1 net carb per pop — but to stay Bulletproof, use non-GMO erythritol or birch xylitol to sweeten, and get chocolate with at least 85% cacao.
KETO CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM
You deserve an upgrade from mystery store-bought ice creams. Instead, make this keto dessert with a rich base of cacao butter, cocoa powder, eggs, and a low-glycemic sweetener. You’ll feel perfectly satisfied after one bowl, all while sticking to your macros — each serving is under 3 net carbs.
STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM
Using real strawberries increases the carb count slightly on this keto dessert, but it creates an unforgettable flavor without any added sugar. After strawberries, you only need coconut milk and sweetener to finish the recipe, and the results give you 6.6 net carbs per serving. To keep it Bulletproof, buy high-quality fresh berries and freeze them yourself.
MAGICAL FROZEN FUDGE POPS
Skip the ice cream truck: These pops use zero sugar and powerful healthy fats and protein for fudgy, melty, crash-free pops. Chocolate powder and cacao butter create a rich taste, while Collagelatin adds a fudgy texture — plus, each satisfying pop keeps things keto with 5 net carbs.
NO-CHURN MINT CHOCOLATE CHIP ICE CREAM
Crisp chunks of chocolate fold into a creamy, minty ice cream base that uses a secret ingredient to color it green: Avocado! This recipe only makes enough for a single serving (still under 2 net carbs), so keep it on-hand when you need ice cream fast. Just use high-quality, mold-free chocolate to stay Bulletproof.
CHOCOLATE COOKIE DOUGH KETO ICE CREAM
This egg-free ice cream recipe requires no special equipment. Just blitz ingredients like frozen avocado chunks, coconut cream, and sweetener together before mixing in rich chunks of chocolate chip cookie dough collagen bars. You’ll have this mouthwatering keto dessert ready in 20 minutes for just 2.5 net carbs.
RASPBERRY LEMON KETO POPSICLES
Fresh organic raspberries, canned coconut cream, and lemon FATwater make a tart and tangy pop that tastes just like summer. Since this keto dessert sweetens each pop with xylitol, each serving only costs you 1 net carb.
CHOCOLATE COCONUT KETO ICE CREAM
This “nice cream” recipe takes the same approach of blending frozen avocado and coconut cream together, while also adding rich cocoa powder and sweetener to taste. It takes just five minutes to make two servings, and every fat-packed bowlful is 6 net carbs.
KETO COOKIE ICE CREAM SANDWICHES
Make this keto dessert for a low-carb recipe that will rival your childhood ice cream truck. For less than 7 net carbs, this sweet treat sandwiches rich chocolate ice cream between two crisp almond flour cookies — no sugar needed.
KETO DESSERTS: PUDDING, CUSTARD, AND MOUSSE
KETO POTS DE CREME
Unlike a regular pot de creme, this pudding-like keto dessert requires no cooking and no cream. Instead, it whips together creamy avocados, hazelnuts, and dark chocolate for a silky and satisfying high-fat dessert with less than 5 net carbs.
KEY LIME PUDDING
Avocados add healthy fats and a pleasing green color to this pudding, while lime juice and a homemade erythritol syrup add sweet and citrusy flavor. To stay Bulletproof, avoid using xanthan gum too often, as it can irritate your stomach. Enjoy a whole bowl for .6 net carbs!
LOW-CARB COCONUT PUDDING
Keep keto staples like coconut milk, gelatin, and liquid stevia on hand, and you’re halfway toward making this smooth and filling keto dessert. Each serving tallies up to 3 total carbs. To stay Bulletproof, just make sure you use grass-fed gelatin (or Collagelatin).
KETO CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
Whip up a light and fluffy 4-carb mousse with simple ingredients like coconut milk, unsweetened chocolate, and erythritol. The hardest part is waiting for it to chill in the fridge! To keep this keto dessert Bulletproof-friendly, use high-quality, mold-free chocolate.
COLD-BREW MOCHA-COFFEE PANNA COTTA
This keto dessert is nourishing enough to enjoy for breakfast, thanks to a blend of buttery mocha cold brew coffee and grass-fed gelatin. Best of all, you can make it the night before and enjoy in the morning for a grab-and-go breakfast with just over 5 net carbs.
COCONUT STRAWBERRY MOUSSE
While this keto dessert doesn’t use gelatin, it still whips up into a light and fluffy mousse bursting with flavor from fresh strawberries and real vanilla. This berries-and-cream dessert tallies up to just over 4 net carbs.
KETO DESSERTS: DONUTS AND PASTRIES
CHOCOLATE CINNAMON KETO DONUTS
Even without gluten, sugar, grains, or nuts, this keto dessert bakes up into cakey, chocolatey heaven in less than 20 minutes. Using coconut milk and green banana flour, this recipe creates a cake-like donut with a totally decadent coconut butter icing. With 6.4 net carbs per donut, you won’t want to go back to the original deep-fried version.
GLUTEN-FREE KETO DONUTS
These pillowy-soft donuts get their taste and texture from a choux-like pastry dough using almond and coconut flours, psyllium husk, and xanthan gum. Plus, a rich cocoa powder glaze makes this keto dessert look like it came fresh from the donut shop — all with only 1 net carb per serving. To stay Bulletproof, avoid enjoying psyllium or xanthan gum too often since both can irritate your gut.
PALEO KETO CINNAMON ROLLS
It exists: A grain-free, cheese-free keto cinnamon roll loaded with a nutty flavor and smothered with a creamy glaze. These rolls set you back 5 net carbs each — but since each one is loaded with healthy fats and protein, you’ll feel satisfied for hours.
KETO PUMPKIN DONUTS
This keto dessert is perfect for moments when you have leftover pumpkin puree in your fridge. Mix it up with almond and coconut flours, warm spices, and butter for a high-fat treat with 2 net carbs. Make it more Bulletproof and trade almond milk for full-fat canned coconut milk, use grass-fed butter, use a pumpkin spice without nutmeg, and avoid enjoying xanthan gum too often.
KETO CHOCOLATE COCONUT DONUTS
No nuts, no problem. Instead of almond flour, these decadent chocolate donuts use coconut flour and coconut butter to create a moist and cakey base, all topped with a silky coconut and chocolate glaze. Just make sure your chocolate is mold-free to stay Bulletproof.
ALMOND FLOUR KETO DONUTS
Get the same crunchy crust and cakey texture as regular cinnamon sugar donuts, without the sugar. With this keto dessert, you’ll make a simple batter with almond flour, butter, and eggs before baking and tossing in crunchy erythritol and cinnamon coating. Keep this one Bulletproof-friendly with Ceylon cinnamon and grass-fed butter, plus swap the almond milk with full-fat canned coconut milk.
KETO LEMON ZUCCHINI BREAD
Zucchini adds fiber, moisture, and a little micronutrient boost to this sweet keto bread. Each slice gets drizzled with a tart and sweet lemon glaze, and only sets you back 1 net carb. To stay Bulletproof, avoid enjoying xanthan gum too often.
COCONUT FLOUR DONUTS WITH CHOCOLATE ICING
This picture-perfect keto dessert makes a fluffy cake base with coconut flour and coconut oil then whips up a buttery chocolate icing to top the finished donuts. Each mouthwatering serving costs you just 3 net carbs. Swap almond milk with full-fat canned coconut milk to stay Bulletproof.
LOW-CARB LEMON BLUEBERRY DONUTS
A light and sweet lemon donut get a summery flavor boost from fresh blueberries. This keto dessert takes minutes to prep and totals up to 3.5 net carbs per serving. To stay Bulletproof, use a sweetener like non-GMO erythritol or birch xylitol, plus melted grass-fed butter instead of oil.
CINNAMON CRUMB CAKE KETO DONUTS
For anyone that loves the warm, spiced, crunchy texture of crumb cake, this keto dessert is for you. Make a batter with almond and coconut flours, flaxseed, and butter before baking and topping with a nutty crumble. Make these 1-carb donuts Bulletproof by using Ceylon cinnamon and grass-fed butter, plus skip the nutmeg. Avoid eating flax too often as well, since it can irritate your gut.
LOW-CARB RASPBERRY LEMON LOAF
This sweet and summery loaf pairs perfectly with coffee and packs every bite with fresh raspberries and fragrant lemon zest. Each slice is 4.3 net carbs, thanks to an almond flour and butter base. Keep this one Bulletproof with grass-fed butter.
KETO DESSERTS: FUDGE AND CANDY
If dark chocolate tastes too rich for you, this keto dessert creates a creamy alternative using whey protein, cocoa butter, erythritol, and unsweetened chocolate. Using a double boiler melts the chocolate gently and creates a satisfying milk chocolate flavor with 1 net carb per serving. To keep it Bulletproof, use a grass-fed whey and keep the heat on the lowest setting possible.
HIGH PROTEIN GREEN GUMMIES
Conventional gummies get their flavor from corn syrup, conventional gelatin, and refined sugar. This keto dessert, on the other hand, uses Collagelatin and sugar-free green juice for a nourishing, virtually zero-carb gummy that delivers a boost of micronutrients.
COCONUT OIL CANDIES
This keto dessert doubles as a fat bomb. Coconut oil, almond butter, vanilla, and sweetener create a rich and flavorful base, while desiccated coconut adds a flakey outer coating. You can enjoy two candies for well under 2 net carbs — just stay Bulletproof here with raw almond butter and a “green zone” sweetener like non-GMO erythritol.
Don’t overcomplicate keto dessert: Just gently cook up some bacon, then dip in luxurious chocolate for a sweet and salty treat. Each generously coated slice takes up just 3.5 net carbs.
NO-BAKE KETO COCONUT BARS
Make your favorite candy bar low-carb with this simple recipe. For 3 net carbs, you can get a creamy sugar-free coconut bar covered in rich dark chocolate — all for about 10 minutes of active prep work. Stay Bulletproof on this one and use quality chocolate with at least 85% cacao.
KETO FUDGE, 3 WAYS
No need to stick with plain chocolate: This classic dessert gets a keto-friendly spin with coconut butter and grass-fed collagen base, then adds vanilla and turmeric variations. Each luscious piece is just under 1 net carb and full of nourishing fats and protein.
KETO WHITE CHOCOLATE
Steer clear of vegetable oils and refined sugar with this fat-fueled keto dessert. Using just cacao butter and sweetener, this recipe creates a melty and smooth bar with zero net carbs! Stick with powdered non-GMO erythritol or birch xylitol to stay Bulletproof.
DARK CHOCOLATE MATCHA COCONUT BUTTER KETO CUPS
Instead of a traditional peanut butter filling, these dark chocolate cups incorporate a striking green center made from coconut butter, matcha powder, and vanilla bean. For an extra boost, you can even add MCT oil or collagen peptides to the filling. Use coconut milk as your dairy, and stick with stevia or monk fruit as your sweetener to keep this dessert Bulletproof-approved.
LOW-CARB ALMOND JOY BONBONS
These loaded candies use a center made out of homemade and dairy-free sweetened condensed milk, coconut, and almonds, then dunk it all in a dark chocolate coating. Each bon bon is 3 net carbs and oh-so satisfying. To stay Bulletproof here, use mold-free chocolate with at least 85% cacao.
SUGAR-FREE CHOCOLATE BARK WITH BACON AND ALMONDS
With only three ingredients and 30 minutes, you can make a perfect salty sweet and sweet bark. Meltdown chocolate, then mix with almonds and top with crisp bacon for a keto dessert anyone could love (just over 5 net carbs, too). Make this one Bulletproof and use raw almonds, pastured bacon, and high-quality chocolate with at least 85% cacao — plus, melt chocolate on a double boiler instead of using a microwave.
KETO DESSERT: PIES, TARTS, AND COBBLERS
SUGAR-FREE KETO LEMON CURD TART
This bright and springy keto dessert recipe makes the most of the extra lemons you have on-hand. Whisk their juice and zest together with rich egg yolks and sweetener, then pour into a golden almond flour crust for an easy, elegant treat with zero sugar.
MOCK APPLE PIE
Since apples contain too much sugar to use in keto desserts, this pie uses a secret ingredient: Chayote squash. With a bright green skin and firm texture, they make the perfect apple substitute, and a perfect keto pie with under 4 net carbs per slice. Keep it Bulletproof and skip the nutmeg and apple extract, plus use grass-fed butter and Ceylon cinnamon. Avoid consuming xanthan gum too often, since it can irritate your gut.
KETO BERRY COBBLER
Use fresh berries to make this easy and flavorful summer cobbler. Top fresh keto-friendly berries with a buttery coconut and almond flour crust, then bake in a cast-iron skillet. Keep this one Bulletproof with fresh strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries, grass-fed butter, and a sweetener like non-GMO erythritol or birch xylitol.
REALLY SIMPLE LOW-CARB CHOCOLATE TART
Make this tart in minutes, and wow your guests without maxing out your macros. Prep a quick crust with almond flour and shredded coconut, then pour in silky cacao and coconut oil filling. This high-fat dessert tallies up to only .5 net carbs per serving.
LEMON COCONUT CUSTARD PIE
This pie can help curb your appetite: With plenty of fats from coconut milk and butter, this crustless pie delivers nearly 20 grams of fat and 3 net carbs per serving. Keep it Bulletproof with non-GMO erythritol or birch xylitol to sweeten, plus use grass-fed butter and skip the lemon extract.
EASY KETO STRAWBERRY TART
This simple fruit tart contains a buttery strawberry filling and creates a cake-like texture so you don’t need any crust. Each sweet little slice runs 5 net carbs — and to stay Bulletproof, just use grass-fed butter and avoid having xanthan gum too often.
LOW-CARB DARK CHOCOLATE-RASPBERRY FUDGE TART
Make this dark and dense keto dessert when light and fluffy treats won’t satisfy. A cocoa powder, coconut oil, and almond flour base get a sweet upgrade from a homemade raspberry puree stirred into the batter. This tart contains only 3 carbs per serving. To keep it all Bulletproof, use fresh raspberries and chocolate with at least 85% cacao.
LIME CURD TART WITH RASPBERRIES
With a quick almond flour crust, smooth lime curd filling, and plenty of fresh raspberries, this keto dessert packs summery flavor into every bite. Each slice is 7 net carbs and filled with fats from egg yolks and butter. Make this one more Bulletproof with grass-fed butter.
NO-BAKE KETO PUMPKIN PIE
Using grass-fed gelatin, this recipe still creates a little jiggle in every bite. Make a creamy filling with pumpkin, coconut cream, and spices, then pour all over a simple crust made from desiccated coconut, sweetener, and coconut cream. This totally festive dessert runs you 5.7 net carbs.
KETO DESSERT SAUCES
POURABLE CHOCOLATE SAUCE
If you miss store-bought chocolate sauce, you’ll want to try this keto dessert sauce alternative. MCT oil helps this sauce maintain a liquid texture, while cocoa powder and sweetener add the flavor. Make it Bulletproof and use a sweetener like liquid monk fruit or stevia drops.
KETO SUGAR-FREE LEMON CURD
For an, all-purpose lemon curd, keep this low-carb recipe on-hand. It makes the perfect addition to almond flour pancakes, keto cookies, or ice cream — and every serving is only 2 net carbs.
PALEO KETO CARAMEL SAUCE
This keto dessert sauce uses no heavy cream or refined sugar. Instead, it creams together a nutty, thick sauce using coconut cream, grass-fed ghee, vanilla, and macadamia nuts. You’ll take on less than 2 net carbs per serving.
KETO LIME CURD
Use lime curd wherever you would try lemon curd — this recipe makes it easy with just six ingredients, including tart lime juice and erythritol. To stay Bulletproof, just skip the food coloring.
KETO CHOCOLATE SHELL SAUCE – HOMEMADE MAGIC SHELL
Like magic, this pourable keto dessert sauce hardens as soon as it hits freezing cold ice cream. Make it sugar-free and nourishing with ingredients like coconut oil, cacao powder, and liquid stevia. Each smooth serving is just 2 net carbs.