Dessert really should be the main course of any meal. Changing your diet to more healthy options usually means eliminating sweets and desserts, however on a low-carb diet this is not the case. For all you sweet toothed folks out there dessert is back on the table! Check out our list of desserts, we have adjusted and modified so what you eat tastes as close to the real sugary-thing as possible.
Dave has come up with an amazing recipe we call “Victoria Cups”, a spin on Nanaimo Bars but with a hint of mapley goodness … so Canadian!
Refreshment on a Stick!
Popsicles are refreshing and oh so cool on a hot end-of-the-summer day. You can use a variety of fruit for different flavours, this recipe uses strawberries and coconut milk, but you can substitute blueberries or raspberries as well. Add a couple shots of booze for an indulgent twist.Go to recipe
Float your tastebuds on a cloud
This keto version of the traditional tiramisu recipe uses cream cheese instead of mascarpone cheese. You can use whichever one you like, I conveniently had cream cheese in the fridge so I used that. The coffee soaked cake is delicious, the trick is to use really strong dark coffee.Go to recipe
Double Chocolate Delight Ice Cream
Summer is around the corner so I unpacked my ice cream maker and got to work! The first keto ice cream post of the year is a chocolate ice cream with chocolate chips. You can sprinkle the chips on after or add them in when the mixture is churning.Go to recipe
A great basic chocolate chip cookie recipe!
Who doesn’t love chocolate chip cookies? These were one of the hardest things to imagine giving up when I started Keto. I’ve made a lot of low-carb chocolate chips cookies over the past couple of years. I keep coming back to this one as my base recipe. These cookies are not crumbly and not to moist, the sour cream is the secret. Enjoy with a cup of tea or a glass of almond milk.Go to recipe
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