Celebrate Easter Sunday without the guilt by preparing these delicious low-carb Easter dessert recipes. These treats are guaranteed to tempt everyone, including the picky eaters in the family.
In fact, these delicious desserts are proof that going low carb does not necessarily mean giving up your sweet tooth cravings.
Most of these Easter dessert recipes are so easy to prepare. What’s more, the ingredients used are easy to source. You might even have these ingredients sitting somewhere in your kitchen so you don’t need to hit the supermarket to do last-minute shopping. But the best part is that all these Easter dessert recipes are guaranteed low in carbs.
Looking for recipes for the other courses? Check out these Keto Friendly Recipes For Easter
Easter Dessert Recipes
1. Keto Chocolate Cake
Let’s get straight to it with a delicious chocolate cake recipe that every one will love whether they are on a keto diet or not. It’s been tried and tested with guests by Katie of Chocolate Covered Katie.
It’s very a versatile recipe. It’s gluten free but can be made dairy free, oil free, and vegan too. It’s made with almond flour, cocoa powder and sweetened with erythritol, a zero carb sweetener.
You can even make it with a different flavor frosting but who wouldn’t want chocolate?
2. Keto Easter Creme Eggs
Just because you’re now living a low carb lifestyle does not mean that you’ll ditch the chocolate eggs this Easter Sunday.
You’ll find plenty of low-carb chocolate eggs recipe online. But this Keto Easter Creme Eggs recipe from Carolyn of All Day I Dream About Food is the best. Both the shells and the filling are made with low-carb and keto-friendly ingredients that won’t kick you out of ketosis.
So instead of getting one of those Cadbury Crème Eggs in the supermarket, why don’t you make these healthy alternatives instead?
3. Keto & Low Carb Peanut Butter Cups
Everyone loves peanut butter cups. If you’re thinking of serving some of these treats at Easter, check out this low carb version of the peanut butter cups recipe. Made by Lisa of Low Carb Yum, these Easy Keto Peanut Butter Cups contain only 2 grams of net carbs.
They are made with keto-friendly ingredients such as powdered Erythritol, Stevia drops, and low carb chocolate bars. Thus, you’d be able to indulge in your favorite treats without feeling the guilt.
4. Low Carb Easter Chocolate Bunnies
Delight your little ones this Easter Sunday by serving these chocolate candies that are shaped like Easter bunnies. Made by Jasmine of the Stylish Cravings, these Low Carb Easter Chocolate Bunnies are among those Easter dessert recipes that are so easy to prepare.
In fact, all you need are two basic ingredients, some low carb chocolate baking chips, and coconut oil. You also need to have those Easter bunny candy molds to shape the chocolates into cute bunnies. Of course, you can always use other molds if you want.
5. Low Carb Dark Chocolate Truffles
For chocolate lovers, these low-carb Dark Chocolate Truffles from Brenda the Sugar-Free Mom would be a great recipe to try this Easter. You will love the fact that this recipe will only take 5 minutes to prepare.
What’s more, it only uses five ingredients. Aside from the unsweetened cocoa powder and liquid Stevia, this recipe uses coconut oil and unsweetened coconut flakes.
As you see, the ingredients used are low in carbs and each truffle contains only 2 grams of carbs. So if you are looking for low carb Easter dessert recipes that can satisfy the chocolate lover in you, these truffles would be perfect!
6. Low-Carb Easter Cupcakes
Make your Easter celebration even more colorful by baking a batch of these colorful Low-Carb Easter Cupcakes from Martina of the Keto Diet App. Instead of using artificial coloring, this recipe uses turmeric to produce a yellow color. Just use it in moderation so as not to alter the taste of the cheese frosting.
The cupcakes are made with almond flour, coconut flour, and other low carb ingredients. As for the cheese frosting, it uses Erythritol as a sweetener and some liquid Stevia extract. You can have your kids do the frosting and let them be creative with their own design.
7. Low Carb Almond Joy Easter Eggs
Coconuts and almonds are two of the most popular keto-approved ingredients out there. And these Almond Joy Easter Eggs are made with both. These chocolate eggs from Carolyn of All Day I Dream About Food have creamy coconut and almonds for the fillings.
Aside from the coconut and almond filling, the chocolate coating is made with sugar-free chocolate. This is one of those Easter dessert recipes that are absolutely guilt-free and keto-friendly. Each chocolate egg contains only 3.14 grams of net carbs.
8. No Bake Keto Carrot Cake
If you’re thinking of serving some cakes at Easter, then check out this No-Bake Carrot Cake by Arman Liew from the Big Man’s World. The keto version of the bars uses coconut flour and cashew butter, which are both low in carbs.
This recipe also has a paleo vegan version with the cream cheese frosting. Although carrots are not usually recommended for keto since they have more carbs compared to many other veggies, this recipe requires you to use only 1 – 2 tbsp of the shredded carrots. That small amount won’t kick you out of keto. In fact, each serving of these carrot cake bars contains only 3 grams of net carbs.
9. Sugar-free No-bake Easter Mini Cheesecake
Another delicious dessert recipe that you can make for Easter Sunday is this Sugar-free No-bake Easter Mini Cheesecake that’s made by Gibelly of More than Cocos.
Cheesecakes are among those desserts that keto dieters can indulge in since they are high in fat and low in carbs if you use a low carb sweetener. If you want a cheesecake with an Easter theme to it, then this recipe would be perfect.
It uses almond flour for the crust and Stevia for its sweetener. The filling is made with cream cheese and heavy whipping cream. Topped with shredded coconuts and sugar-free chocolate eggs, these mini cheesecakes will be so hard to resist!
10. No-Bake Chocolate Coconut Nests
Chocolate Easter nests are the perfect Easter treat. These Easter dessert recipes are so simple to make that you can have your little ones involved. For a low carb version of these tasty treats, check out these No-Bake Chocolate Easter Nests from Adrienne of Whole New Mom.
The recipe uses a lot of healthy ingredients such as almond butter, unsweetened coconut, cocoa butter, and Stevia. It’s dairy-free, gluten-free, paleo, low carb, and keto-friendly. And although this is a modified version of the original recipe, your kids will surely love its delicious taste.
11. Keto Easter Chocolate Nests
Here’s another version of the Chocolate Nests recipe. These Keto Easter Chocolate Nests are crispy and crunchy, and will surely be loved by everyone in the family.
Made by Brenda of Sugar Free Mom, this Easter dessert recipe is made with slivered almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, macadamia nuts, and coconut flakes.
As for the chocolate coating, it uses dark chocolate, which is a keto-friendly ingredient. You can serve these chocolate nests on their own or top them with some tiny colorful eggs.