Flourless Chocolate Cake | Keto Chocolate Cake

A tasty and decadent flourless chocolate cake that is keto, sugar free, grain free and gluten free. This is a very easy and quick cake to make. The chocolate cake can be served as is or garnish with whipped cream, chocolate powder, or use it as a base for other cake creations. This is a wonderful after dinner dessert or a treat with your favorite coffee.

Keto Pumpkin Fudge Fat Bombs

This Keto Pumpkin Fudge Fat Bomb has it all. It is a creamy melt in your mouth pumpkin fudge that is also a tasty pumpkin fat bomb. An easy to make fat bomb recipe, which has the most delicious combination of almond butter (or, if you prefer, peanut butter), cocoa butter, monk fruit sweetener, Trader Joe’s pumpkin pie spice and other nutrient dense ingredients, molded into a fun Halloween treat that is ketogenic, sugar free and gluten free.

Spicy Pumpkin and Hazelnut Cream Custard

This tasty no bake spicy pumpkin and hazelnut cream custard is a very quick and easy to make dessert. The flavors of fresh lemon, cinnamon and nutmeg combine perfectly with the pumpkin puree, whipping cream and butter to create a light but satisfying alternative to pumpkin pie for this keto, LCHF, sugar free and gluten free dessert, which can be enjoyed any time, or as part of your Thanksgiving meal.

Pumpkin Pie with Cinnamon Cream (keto, sugar free, gluten free)

A classic American pumpkin pie that is light and creamy, an excellent dessert for Thanksgiving or Christmas or at any time you want a great tasting, easy to make pie. You can make this with or without a pie crust. Top with a flavorful Cinnamon Cream to enhance the flavor and to increase the fat or macronutrient ratios for this keto version.

Oreo No Bake Keto Crumb Crust

Easy to make, and tasty. The Oreo cookie pie crust is a copy-cat Oreo cookies recipe that actually tastes like a chocolatey, original Oreo cookie. Here I show you the step by step technique and explain how to use the dough from my ‘Oreo’ Cookies – Keto, sugar free, gluten free – to make the pie crust which can be used for any of your favorite baked and no bake cheesecake recipes or in whatever creative way you choose.

No Bake Keto Cheesecake – light and creamy (sugar free, gluten free, vegetarian)

This cheesecake is a velvety cross between a mousse cake and a creamy Italian ricotta cheesecake. It is a very easy and quick recipe to prepare. The texture is exceptionally smooth and has a luxurious mouth feel, with just the right balance of sugar free sweetness and a hint of refreshing lemon tartness. You can serve it with or without a gluten free and grain free crust and top simply with fresh fruit such as blueberries, strawberries, or raspberries.

Cooked Raspberry Jelly & Cake Glaze (keto, sugar free, gluten free)

This is an incredibly fresh tasting raspberry jelly that takes only a few minutes to make, and is very easy to prepare. The raspberry glaze can be used to top a cake or made into a middle layer. The glaze is a perfect topping for cheesecake. Raspberries are high in fiber when seeds are included in this sugar free, gluten free jelly.

Stabilized Whipped Cream Frosting (keto, sugar free, gluten free)

Stabilized whipped cream is awesome stuff, and it couldn’t be easier to make or more adaptable to use. It only takes a few ingredients and a few minutes to whip together.
I always “stabilize” my whipped cream, which creates whipped cream that is more resilient and won’t get runny as it sits. Stabilized whipped cream holds together beautifully and keeps its shape for many days. I love using stabilized whipped cream in lieu of heavy frostings whenever possible.

‘Oreo’ Cookies – Keto, sugar free, gluten free

Easy to make and tasty. This copy-cat Oreo cookies recipe makes keto cookies that actually look similar to, and taste very close to, the original Oreo cookie. Here I show you the technique and all the how to details make these Oreo cookies, step by step. You also are shown how to make the white Oreo cream filling and, my favorite, the green mint cream filling.

Raw Freezer Jam

Use either fresh or frozen berries to make this freezer jam. Every mouthful will remind you of the fresh fruit that you used. It can be used as a jam or as part of a cake filling.

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