December 7, 2016 By Leanne Vogel October 2, 2018
Did someone say “keto chocolate”? If you’re like me and have a weakness for chocolate, then this is your big day. Here is a bunch of keto chocolate dessert recipes that are dairy-free and low-carb. Yes, you can have your cake and eat it too! And be sure to share your keto chocolate indulgences with the rest of us in the comments below!
Chocolate-lovers rejoice! (That’s me included.) From the far reaches of the Internet, I have found your dream come true… keto chocolate desserts! This is not a trick. These are all dairy-free, sugar-free, paleo, and low-carb desserts with your favorite ingredient of chocolate. Need I say more? Not really, but I’ll elaborate a bit more anyway…
Sugar leads to cravings, which leads to more sugar, and… you get the picture. To combat these evil sugar cravings, you need to reduce your sugar intake (and increase your healthy fat intake). But that’s a tall order when you’ve got a nagging sweet tooth. Seriously, you are not alone. There are ways of beating those sugar cravings without caving into the call for something sugary.
Enter keto chocolate desserts! These desserts are chocolaty keto goodness, and they’re sugar-free! Even better, I’ve found or adjusted these recipes to fit the dairy-free, paleo, and keto low-carb high-fat diet. That way, everyone’s happy munching on deliciously and naturally sweet chocolaty scrumdiddlyumptious (and that is definitely a word).
If you are intrigued by the awesomeness of keto, I suggest checking out my newest digital cookbook, The Keto Holiday Cookbook… for all of the holiday recipes you’ll need to stay keto through Christmas, and beyond. The book even comes with 4 complete keto dinner party menus.
Now for the chocolate! Bring it on!
Starting off with a bang are these delicious chocolate strawberries! To keep it keto, just use a stevia-sweetened chocolate bar instead.
No baking necessary? Count me in. Using hemp hearts instead of oatmeal works amazingly well! Now I’m wondering what other recipes I could replace oatmeal with hemp hearts…
Fluffy, rich, and most importantly chocolate. This recipe is just what you need for a little pick-me-up during those long afternoons… or just whenever. Super good with keto superfoods!
Anyone just adore chocolate? Everyone? Then you’ll want to take a look at this insanely tasty chocolate keto dessert. If this doesn’t give you your chocolate fix, I’m not sure anything will. For the dairy-free and keto options, use alcohol-free stevia (granulated and liquid) as the sweetener, coconut oil instead of butter, and coconut cream instead of heavy cream.
Get ready to chia! This keto chia pudding can be a great snack or even breakfast, so you can even start your day out with chocolate (and feel satisfied for quite a long time).
For the white chocolate fans, I’ve got you covered. These little snackable drops are great for preventing random binge eating rampages (you don’t have to admit it, but we’ve all been there). But with these keto goodies, those times will be a thing of the past.
Another white chocolate treat! These gorgeous yummies are perfect if you love the tanginess of berries and the creaminess of white chocolate combined. For keto happiness, replace the honey with alcohol-free stevia and use stevia-sweetened chocolate chips.
Can you believe that a vegetable was used to replace the sugar and syrup in this keto recipe? And that it tastes amazing? I’ll give you a hint: it starts with “z.” But don’t just take my word for it… try it out for yourself! (And I’d love to hear about it in the comment section.)
Spice it up a bit with this keto Mexican-style pudding! It’s got the creamy chocolate flavor with a hint of cinnamon and spicy cayenne pepper. I would use xylitol for the sweetener option to keep it keto.
Sometimes you just need quick and simple keto recipes. This is the keto recipe for those times. No baking and very few ingredients needed. A great staple keto dessert to keep stashed away in the freezer for those lazy days.
Berries and brownies… yum! You can have this ready in only 25 minutes, so you can get to munchin’ on this chocolaty keto dessert. Replace the butter with coconut oil or cacao butter to keep it dairy-free.
Now for the cookies! (*enter keto cookie monster*) Don’t mind me while I chow down on these keto cookies with some of my favorite ingredients, including these chocolate chips.
Are these keto cookies the best? That’s for you to decide! You can comment below with your opinion OR you can share it with your friends to see what they think. To stay dairy-free, replace the butter with coconut oil.
It’s getting crazy up in here! Amazingly, this keto cake has a great texture and flavor despite not having eggs or dairy. No allergens or sugar is a winning keto combo in my book! Just replace the sunflower oil with avocado oil to cut down on the omega-6.
How about a delicious yet guilt-free keto dark chocolate cake? Yes, please! You’ve got all the dark chocolate keto goodness right here in a personalized cake just for you (no sharing required). Of course, you could make enough for others too… if you were a very nice person.
I love cake pops. Not sure why putting it on a stick makes the cake even better, but these are definitely worth trying out! To keep this keto, just replace the honey with alcohol-free stevia, use stevia sweetened chocolate chips and omit the maple sugar.
This is the ultimate keto conqueror of chocolate cravings… complete with healthy fats and magnesium. Plus, it’s of course dairy-free, paleo, and sugar-free. Yay for going keto! As a side note, if you don’t have poudre douce for this recipe, you can always use ground cinnamon.
So, I’m curious… what are some more awesome keto and dairy-free chocolate cookie recipes? What do you like to munch on to satisfy that sweet tooth? The keto world will thank you. Just share it with me on social!
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Hi! I’m Leanne (RHN FBCS)
a Keto Nutritionist, host of The Keto Diet Podcast, and best-selling author of The Keto Diet & Keto for Women. I want to live in a world where every woman has access to knowledge to better her health.