19 Delicious Sugar-Free Desserts
Whether you have diabetes, are trying out the keto diet, or are simply trying to eat healthier, these sugar-free desserts are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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Turn your kitchen into your own Cheesecake Factory with this dreamy dessert created by Sugar Free Londoner. The tartness of the freshly-sliced strawberries and raspberries perfectly balance out the rich cheesecake filling and buttery almond flour crust. Bonus: It’s keto-friendly, too!
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Have your cake and eat it, too, with this gorgeous triple-layer birthday cake from Sugar Free Sprinkles. The recipe calls for a decadent sugar-free buttercream frosting, plus a handful of sugar-free sprinkles for decor.
There are plenty of Jell-O desserts out there, but this strawberry pretzel salad created by The Cookie Rookie is arguably one of the most well-known (and well-loved). It makes an appearance at family dinners and cookouts everywhere, and this sugar-free version is the perfect balance of sweet and salty, and creamy and crunchy.
This dessert is low-carb, dairy-free and sugar-free. It sounds too good to be true—but it isn’t. This caramel shortbread recipe from The Big Man’s World is surprisingly healthy thanks to an ingredients list that includes coconut oil, almond flour and sugar-free maple syrup.
Think you have to give up chocolate chip cookies just because you’ve gone sugar-free? Think again. You can indulge in that just-out-of-the-oven, melty-chocolate-chip chewiness with this recipe from the Sugar Free Diva, which swaps the sugar for Splenda. Easy peasy.
Even the sugar-free eaters among us deserve a slice of pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving. And now they can have one, thanks to this sugar-free recipe from Wholesome Yum, which also happens to be keto-friendly and low-carb. Talk about multiple birds with one stone!
Coffee and doughnuts are a match made in breakfast heaven. You can enjoy yours sans sugar with this keto doughnut recipe from Life Made Sweeter. The cinnamon sugar coating is made with granulated monkfruit sweetener!
Craving Reese’s? Get your peanut butter and chocolate fix with this sugar-free candy recipe, courtesy of Savory Tooth. These keto PB cups are even made with protein powder, so you’ll get an extra dose of muscle-building fuel when you treat yourself to one (or two…).
Can’t decide between vanilla or chocolate cake? Fortunately, you don’t have to. Just follow this sugar-free marble cake recipe, courtesy of All Day I Dream About Food. It’s whipped up with protein powder and almond flour; and covered in Swiss chocolate buttercream frosting, making it an ideal birthday cake for anyone following a keto or low-carb diet.
Yes, sugar-free ice cream exists. Yes, it’s every bit as tasty as you’d hope for. Take this cool and creamy sugar-free pint. The indulgent recipe calls for whole milk, agave nectar, eggs and heavy cream. Drooling yet?
Low carb, sugar-free, gluten-free—you name it, this banana bread is it. Even better, it’s topped with crushed walnuts for crunch! The sweetness comes from mashed bananas—the more you use, the better—and granulated erythitrol. (You can also replace sugar with a substitute like Splenda in one of our top-rated banana bread recipes, too.)
You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream—sugar-free ice cream, that is. You can make your own mint chocolate chip deliciousness at home with this no-churn recipe created by Stylish Cravings. It uses Stevia and heavy whipping cream, so it’s also keto-friendly.
You can use Swerve to make a delicious, fluffy birthday cupcake. Enjoy this cupcake recipe with a dollop of sugar-free buttercream frosting on top. Just follow a classic recipe for vanilla buttercream frosting, but use powdered Swerve instead of the confectioners’ sugar.
As if carrot cake wasn’t healthy enough as is (hello, it’s made with vegetables!), now you can enjoy it without added sugar, too. Keto Queen Kreations starts this carrot cake recipe with a keto cake mix and tops it with a homemade cream cheese frosting and chopped walnuts.
Team lemon, stand up! These keto cookies from Butter Together Kitchen are everything you want in a citrusy dessert: a little bit sweet, a little bit sour and a whole lot o’ delicious. You can even swap out lemons for limes or oranges, too. But regardless, don’t forget the sugar-free glaze on top!