If you’re on the fence about the ketogenic diet, these keto chocolate desserts should help make up your mind.
They’re so good, you’d never know they’re low-carb.
Dessert can be difficult when doing keto. After all, sugar is a big no-no, and, unfortunately, that means chocolate doesn’t make the cut either.
But thanks to these keto chocolate desserts, you can still indulge in all your sweet favorites – they just need a few tweaks.
Best of all, you don’t need to be doing keto to enjoy these low-carb treats. And they’re tasty enough that everyone will ask for seconds.
Best Keto Chocolate Dessert Recipes
This no-bake dessert is sure to satisfy your sweet cravings.
Using only five simple ingredients, this keto chocolate mousse is a straightforward way to treat your tastebuds to a silky surprise.
You’ll use cream cheese to achieve creamy perfection on this sugar-free dessert. It’s a delectable dish that you’ll want to make over and over again.
2. Keto Cake
Keto cake? It sounds like an oxymoron, but this dessert is no joke.
The best part about this flourless cake is that it’s ideal for all kinds of diets and allergies.
Plus, you can easily make this seven ingredient cake vegan by swapping the eggs for flaxseed. Talk about versatility!
Does it get any better than chocolate and peanut butter? Seems to me like it’s hard to top, and this recipe is proof!
These peanut butter chocolate bars are sugar-free, low carb, and don’t require any baking!
That’s right, you don’t need to turn on the oven to create this perfect bar.
Best of all, you only need six ingredients, so you can whip it up last minute whenever the mood strikes.
You’ve finally found it: keto chocolate heaven.
One bite of these decadent squares, and you’ll understand how this dessert got its name.
If you often find yourself craving chocolate late at night, you’re not alone. I know I always need an after-dinner fix.
That’s why these little bite-sized bars are perfect. You can have as few or as many as you like.
Imagine taking a bite of this keto lava cake and the feeling of the rich, oozing chocolate sauce on your tongue. Sounds like a dream to me.
Make the fantasy a reality and try this five ingredient keto lava cake tonight.
Each bite fills your mouth with molten, velvety chocolate that will make you forget you’re on a “diet.”
You only need five ingredients to make these bites of perfection. So, what are you waiting for?
I love a chocolate bar with a little texture, that’s why these keto chocolate crunch bars are a win in my book.
Each bar is crispy, chewy, and melts in your mouth – as a proper chocolate bar should. Best of all, each serving only ranks in at 2g of carbs!
What sets this keto chocolate aside is that it only takes 5 minutes to create.
You’ll get your Oreo fix after one bit of these keto cookie sandwiches.
With this recipe, you’ll find no wheat, no sugar, and lots of yummy flavors. They taste just like the OG cookie!
These cookies also make the perfect addition to any bake sale. Kids will love the resemblance to Oreos and have no idea they’re low in carbs.
Chocolate chip cookies are great and all, but double chocolate is the key to my heart.
I also love when I can eat a dessert and not worry about sugar or carbs.
Luckily, this recipe does double duty by making sure I get my chocolate fix while also maintaining a keto diet.
Each bite melts in your mouth, warming your heart with chocolatey decadence.
9. Keto Donuts
I promise nobody will know these donuts are keto unless you tell them. They’re that good!
The moist texture and luscious chocolate glaze taste like they came from a bakery. And they’re easy to jazz up too.
Add some crushed nuts or shredded coconut to create a fun texture that’s still keto-approved.
All you’re missing is a cup of coffee for dipping to create a complete breakfast.
It’s hard to believe these muffins only contain 3 carbs. I mean how fantastic do they look?
Not only are they filling, but each bite has the same texture as normal chocolate muffins. That means you won’t feel like you’re missing out.
These are ideal as a keto breakfast, so be sure to bake a bunch ahead of time for an easy brekky on the go.
In just two minutes, you can achieve keto mug cake perfection!
If you need a chocolate fix in a pinch, this recipe creates an easy dessert for late-night cravings.
Plus, there’s no need to feel the post-dessert guilt. You won’t be finding any sugar, dairy, or grains anywhere near this treat.
It doesn’t get much easier than two-ingredient treats! And all you need for these keto truffles is chocolate and whipping cream.
When melted together, they’re smooth and silky. Let them set, then roll into balls. How easy is that?
I love these as a quick Christmas treat, and they’re ideal for gift giving to boot.
If you’re looking to add a little healthy fat to your life, this recipe is the way to do it.
Not only do these keto peanut butter cups taste amazing, but they’re rich in peanut butter, coconut oil, and other healthy fats.
Each cup is sugar-free, low in carbs, and oh-so-addictive.
These salted chocolate macadamia nut clusters make the ideal treat when you’re craving something salty and sweet.
Best of all, you only need three ingredients. Each mouthful is chewy and chocolatey with the perfect amount of sweetness.
These keto chocolate macadamia clusters are so good, everyone will want a bite.
Isn’t fudge an amazing thing? I always keep my eye out for it on the cookie platter at every holiday party.
This fudge is so good, it’ll turn a keto skeptic into a believer.
The secret ingredient to this sensational fudge is sweetened condensed milk, which adds a sweet creaminess to the mix.
This low-carb treat is simply to die for!
This recipe creates the richest, most decadent chocolate cake you’ve ever tried.
Each layer is spongy and dense, which is only made better with a rich frosting that takes your palate to chocolate heaven.
If you have a sweet tooth (and let’s be honest, who doesn’t?), you’ll fall in love with this cake.
If you adore chocolate and you’re up for the ultimate experience, read on.
This keto chocolate ice cream is meant for serious chocolate lovers only. Each spoonful brims with creamy richness and potent chocolate flavors. Yum!
My love language is cheesecake. It just doesn’t get any better than a rich, creamy filling – and I don’t even need toppings!
Luckily, cheesecake is already pretty keto-friendly. And this chocolate cheesecake is downright keto-rrific!
It’s no-bake, sugar-free, and just plain delicious.
The classic candy is the ideal snack for when your blood sugar is low, and you need a sweet pick-me-up.
If you don’t feel like gorging on refined sugar, then these keto chocolate bars are perfect!
This recipe smartly uses a blend of three sugar substitutes to get the sweetness just right.
Serve it with a delicious keto coffee, and you’re all set.
If you want to recreate the fine-dining experience at home, then this recipe is here to help.
Unlike the chocolate torte you’d order at your local steakhouse, this one is sugar-free, keto, flourless, and nut-free.
Plus, it takes very minimal prep work to create this work of art! So you can make this sweet treat for date night without breaking a sweat.
Do you have a minute to spare? Of course you do!
So why not use your time wisely and create this pumpkin mug brownie?
Aside from being keto, this mug brownie is also vegan, paleo, and sugar-free. All you need is pumpkin puree, almond butter, cocoa powder, and sweetener.
If you’re feeling peckish after dinner, this is a great snack to whip up that won’t break your diet.
Better still, it’s a single serving, so you don’t need to worry about those leftovers calling your name.
This chocolate truffle creme brulee is rich, velvety, and oh-so-decadent.
After one bite of this sensational dessert, you’ll have a hard time believing it’s low in carbs and sugar.
It tastes like a chocolate truffle in custard form and will take you to heaven and back.
You can’t get any more classic than chocolate pudding. And the timeless lunchbox staple just got a much-needed revamp.
This sugar-free chocolate pudding is easy to make and tastes better than store-bought!
Make a big batch, then keep it in the fridge for spoonfuls throughout the day.
After trying out this perfect pudding, it’ll be hard to go back to a puddingless fridge again.
Avocado in a chocolate cake? Yes, you read that right.
Not only is this recipe easy to whip up, but it tastes divine.
Ripe avocados add a unique, fudgy texture to the sponge. Not only that, but they also bring plenty of healthy fats to the mix.
Each bite of this keto avocado cake is better than the last and way more fun than avocado toast!
When the weather gets humid, it’s hard to keep me from the Wendy’s drive-through.
Nothing beats a Frosty on a hot day, right? But now, you can make a rich milkshake from the comfort of your own home.
Even better, you won’t find any sugar or carbs in this version.
You only need five ingredients to make the keto chocolate milkshake of your dreams.
White chocolate may be divisive, but it has a loyal fanbase – myself included!
That’s why this recipe is a godsend if you have a white chocolate lover in your life.
Each bite is velvety smooth, creamy, and wonderfully sweet. And we can’t forget the heavenly vanilla either.
27. Keto Brownies
Brownies are another one of those treats pretty much everyone loves. And when doing keto, you don’t want to miss out.
Luckily, brownies tend to have just a little flour, and if you want them fudgy, the less flour you use, the better.
So, if you want to enjoy these chocolaty squares while staying true to your keto diet, this recipe is here to save the day.
Each bite is chewy, fudgy, and super delicious. You might never go back to store-bought again.
End your next dinner party on a decadent note with this dreamy French dessert.
Pots de Creme is the perfect post-meal treat that’s creamy and sweet but not overly heavy.
Each spoonful is smooth, silky, and chocolatey. And as a whole, this treat has just 4 grams of carbs, so you can enjoy it without worrying about your waistline.
These keto fat bombs come in handy anytime you need a quick-fix energy boost.
We’ve all been there: it’s 3 pm at work, and your eyelids are feeling heavy. Pop one of these fat bombs in your mouth, and you’ll be good to go.
Each bomb combines coconut oil, chocolate, and walnuts for a tasty treat.
This chocolate tart looks devilishly delicious, but it’s actually healthy!
What’s the secret? You’ll use avocado and monk fruit to add a sweet, velvety texture.
Each serving only ranks in at 5 carbs, plus this decadent dessert is also gluten-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free, and paleo!
Dessert has never been so healthy.
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