These 4-ingredient bounty balls are both vegan and keto-friendly and taste almost like the original sweets from the store! Bursting with delicious coconut flavor, they taste best straight from the fridge and are fun to make.
These vegan chocolate bars are a mouth-wateringly delicious keto-friendly dessert recipe featuring sunflower butter, cocoa powder and coconut oil. It’s allergen-friendly, nut-free, soy-free and contains only 2.1 grams of net carbs per serving!
Moist with crunchy edges and tons of nutty flavor, these almond flour peanut butter cookies are such delicious vegan desserts! They’re simple to prepare with only 6 ingredients and 20 minutes of time. Use sugar-free syrup to make them super low in carbs!
This easy vegan chocolate mousse requires just 3 ingredients and a few minutes to prepare, with several flavor options! The result is a silky, rich, and creamy mousse – perfect for a mid-week dessert and to impress at dinner parties! Choose sugar-free dark chocolate to reduce carbs even more.
All you need to make these no-bake keto cinnamon sugar balls are almonds, almond butter, sweetener, cinnamon and ground flax! The batter is made in a food processor within only 5 minutes and the little treats can be stored in the fridge for up to 10 days.
Make these creamy vegan keto coconut popsicles for hot summer days! They require only 5 ingredients, are no-churn and offer only 1.4 grams of net carbs per serving. Don’t forget the shredded coconut finish!
Made in the blender with just four ingredients, these Nutella fat bombs are absolutely delicious and a great vegan keto dessert for the whole family! Prepare them in a blender, then place the mixture in muffins cups in the fridge for 30 minutes before enjoying your treat.
You wouldn’t believe this gorgeous vegan blueberry crumble is actually keto-friendly! It’s made from wholesome, nutritious ingredients including blueberries, almond flour, coconut flour, pecans and flax, and can be served hot or cold.
Wait, you can have lasagna for dessert? This vegan keto dessert features an almond flour chocolate crust, chocolate pudding and healthy coconut cool whip which are layered on top of each other like a luscious lasagna. Sign us up for it!
No fancy ingredients and totally keto-approved, these easy tahini chocolate chip cookies are your favorite dessert gone low-carb and plant-based! The recipe offers many substitution ideas so that everyone can enjoy these cookies in just 30 minutes total.
How cute are these low-carb vegan cheesecakes in cups? They come together in as little as 15 minutes and offer delicious crunchy, nutty and creamy layers. Top with some fresh fruit if you like and enjoy this no-bake dessert!
Moist, fudgy and only 1.7 grams of net carbs each! This dark chocolate goodness is one of the best vegan keto desserts that you can stash in your freezer to have a delicious treat on hand. Bake the brownie batter for 25 minutes, then let everything cool before slicing and enjoying them!
You can make peanut butter pie on a vegan keto diet? Well yeah, this creamy and rich dessert recipe is super low in carbs (about 6 grams per serving) and tastes so peanut buttery! You can prepare it ahead of time and store it for up to 2 weeks in the fridge — if it even lasts that long.
This edible keto cookie dough recipe sounds too good to be true! It is a vegan, low-carb treat that takes less than 10 minutes to make without a lot of cleaning up to do afterwards. This is a perfect option for those times when you need a quick bite to eat before running out the door.
What is hot and chocolatey with an ooey, gooey peanut buttery center? Oh yeah, this vegan keto chocolate peanut butter lava cake. Ready to enjoy in under 20 minutes, serve these little low-carb cakes to your guests or hungry family!
So-called fat bombs are one of the most common vegan keto desserts! They are no-bake treats that are usually refrigerated and bite-sized, allowing you to grab a quick pre-made snack from the fridge at any time. This recipe for lemon blueberry fat bombs is based on coconut butter and gets its sweetness from stevia drops.
This chocolate mug cake bakes up soft, fudgy and delicious in just one minute in your microwave. Made with simple pantry staples, it’s the perfect low-carb, paleo vegan cake that will satisfy any sweet tooth craving!
9 ingredients and 30 minutes are needed to make these grain-free matcha sugar cookies! They are completely vegan and keto-friendly, crispy on the outside and true crowd-pleasers. The cookies are made with creamy cashew butter, almond flour and flax and can even be frozen!
If you’re a chocoholic, then these coffee cocoa doughnuts will be for you! Fully vegan and keto-approved, they call for espresso, cocoa powder, non-dairy milk, almond meal and only a handful of other pantry staples.
These easy low-carb key lime pie bars are citrusy, tangy, and zesty yet ultra rich and creamy! Especially delicious during summer, this no-bake dessert is family-friendly and takes only 30 minutes to make.
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Craving chocolate, ice cream or cake? These 20+ hand-selected easy to make vegan keto desserts offer all of this goodness and more minus the carbs. The following recipe for easy vegan cheesecake balls is high in fat thanks to the cashew butter, coconut and vegan cream cheese, and comes together in no time!
1 cup desiccated coconut, unsweetened (100 g)
3 tablespoon vegan cream cheese (45 g)
½ cup cashew butter (125 g)
½ tsp vanilla extract
10-12 drops stevia
1 tsp lemon juice
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set it aside.
Add the desiccated coconut to a food processor and blend for about 10 seconds. Now, add the remaining ingredients and process until well-combined.
You might need to stop and scrape down the sides, then process again. Taste and adjust to your preferences.
Use a cookie scoop to make your cheesecake balls or roll each of them in your hands. If the mixture is too sticky, you can place it in the fridge for 15 minutes before creating the balls.
Place them next to each other on your prepared baking sheet. Once all of the balls have been created, freeze them for 30 minutes.
Enjoy them right away or store your cheesecake balls in the fridge and enjoy whenever you’re looking for a delicious vegan keto dessert!
Be sure to use unsweetened and lower-carb vegan cream cheese!
Swap cashew butter for almond butter or use tahini or sunflower seed butter if allergic to nuts.
Instead of stevia, you can go for another keto-friendly sweetener. You might need to adjust with more or less wet ingredients for the right texture in that case!
These vegan cheesecake balls can be kept in the fridge for 1 week and in the freezer for 2 weeks or more.
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Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.