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With more and more people trying out the keto diet, celebrating holidays get a bit trickier. There are a lot of restrictions on food when you are following a keto diet plan, so finding recipes, particularly desserts, is challenging.
With Easter on the horizon, this holiday is all about candy, chocolate, and other super sweet treats. If you are on keto but still want to enjoy something sweet during this holiday, we have found some of the best keto-friendly Easter desserts that you are sure to love! We also think people who are not keto will also dive right into these desserts and won’t know this difference.
Pick your favorite dessert recipe, or two, and get baking!
Fat bombs are extremely popular for those on a keto diet, so this fun and colorful cookie dough Easter eggs are the perfect addition to your holiday spread. Everyone loves some raw cookie dough, but this recipe makes it healthy, low carb, and sugar-free. With almond flour, coconut oil, stevia, sugar-free chocolate, and natural food coloring, these Easter eggs will have everyone reaching for one.
When you are celebrating Easter, it is a must that at least one food item is shaped like a cute bunny. These coconut butter bunnies are indulgent and delicious, but without any of the stuff you can’t have on keto. The recipe is as simple as it can get with coconut butter, coconut oil, vanilla, and liquid stevia. You can even find some sugar-free chocolate to coat the bunnies in as well.
Everyone loves some rich and fluffy chocolate mousse and you can still enjoy a keto version without missing a thing. This recipe is fast and easy and will keep in the fridge for a few days, so you can make it in advance.
If you love mousse but want something fruity and without chocolate, this berry mousse is the best option. You can choose any berry for your base or mix berries like raspberries and blueberries for a mixed berry option. Lemon zest gives this mousse a bright citrus flare and toasted pecans provide the nutty crunch.
Who said pound cake is off limits on keto? With this pound cake, you can indulge for the holiday without getting off track. Almond flour, butter, eggs, vanilla, lemon, and cream cheese make up the cake. The cake is then topped with a sweet cream cheese glaze that takes it over the top. This pound cake is great for both dessert and a sweet addition to brunch!
Yellow and pale pink are such Easter and spring colors, so these cupcakes really brighten up your Easter dessert table. Lemon and raspberry together are a classic flavor combo that is to die for. You and your guest will never guess these sinful cupcakes are keto, sugar-free, and gluten-free.
This minty and chocolatey pie is perfect for Easter because it is the prettiest shade of light spring green. We also love it requires no oven, cooking, and can be made in advance to save you time on Easter and spend more time with friends and family.
Another pretty and festive spring green dessert, these nutty, crunchy, and creamy pistachio truffles are reminiscent of cheesecake but in a compact and easy to eat truffle. Perhaps they are too easy to eat and delicious! We recommend making more than you think you will need because these are sure to fly off the table.
Matcha lovers, rejoice! These chocolate, matcha, and coconut cups are whimsical and great for Easter since the matcha gives them a pretty shade of green in the green tea filling. These little candies will turn anyone into not just a matcha lover but a believer in keto desserts as well.