27 Low-Carb Keto Desserts for Christmas

Holiday season is dessert season! If you’re ketogenic and you don’t want to ruin your ketosis, never fear! Here are some delicious low carb keto desserts for the Christmas season!


Hello friends! How’s life?

Recently I’ve been getting really serious about my ketogenic lifestyle. It started out small a couple of months ago, like I was just dipping my toes in a little bit. Testing the waters you might say. A keto meal here, a keto meal there, but nothing serious.

But ever since the beginning of November, I’ve been really stepping it up. I realize how beneficial it is. November 10th I was fully in ketosis and have been in it ever since!

But it’s Thanksgiving and Christmas season. It’s difficult to be social without being barricaded by dessert after dessert. Dessert’s my weakness (especially brownies OMG).

So I knew I needed to do something if I expected to protect my ketosis state. I knew I wouldn’t last long with the cheesecake on our kitchen counter beckoning my name every time I did the dishes.

Luckily, I’ve found solutions! There are actually a ton of absolutely mouth-watering keto desserts that you can try. I even let my hubby try it without telling him it was keto and he loved it! It’ll be our little secret.

If you’re also wanting to indulge in some desserts but stay in ketosis, enjoy these fantastically festive christmas low carb keto desserts!

Get cooking!

1. Triple Layered Lemon Cake

My Triple Layer Lemon Curd Cake has a layer of lemon cheesecake, a layer of lemon cake, and then a layer of lemon curd. If you love lemon you will be in heaven. It has a delicate texture that pairs so well with fresh berries.

From: Joy Filled Eats

2. 2 Minute Chocolate Truffles

If you need a quick sweet treat, try this 2 Minute Chocolate Truffles Recipe. Seriously, you can have a decadent, velvety, rich truffle in less than 2 minutes – and with NO guilt!

From: My Montana Kitchen

3. Keto Gingerbread Cake Roll

This low carb gingerbread cake roll is holiday happiness in a sweet little package. Full of sugar-free vanilla cream, it’s a keto dessert you won’t want to miss.

From: All Day I Dream About Food

4. Chocolate Pecan Mason Jar Cake

Jar cakes are the best. Dump some ingredients in a jar, shake, microwave. Eat. This Chocolate Pecan Mason Jar Cake is low carb, sugar/grain free, THM S.

From: Joy Filled Eats

5. Low Carb Pumpkin Bread

This easy almond and coconut flour low carb pumpkin bread recipe is the tastiest and most delicious way to celebrate fall! A moist bread covered in a sweet cream cheese frosting, need I say more?

From: The Little Pine

6. Vanilla Latte Poke Cake

This rich and moist Vanilla Latte Poke Cake has a creamy coffee soaked base topped with whipped cream lightly flavored with coffee and vanilla.

From: Joy Filled Eats

7. New York Style Keto Cheesecake

This rich and creamy New York Style keto cheesecake is heaven on a plate. Top with sugar-free berry sauce or some of my low carb hot fudge sauce. Only 7 ingredients and 3g TOTAL carbs!

From: All Day I Dream About Food

8. English Toffee Cappuccino Cookies

With a mocha cookie cup filled with caramel toffee and topped with chocolate, these English Toffee Cappuccino Cookies need a place on your cookie tray.

From: Joy Filled Eats

9. Frozen Cookie Dough Bites

If you love cookie dough these will make your dreams come true. They are super easy to make and store for months in the freezer (if they last that long). These healthy cookie dough bites are the perfect sweet bite to end your days.

From: Joy Filled Eats

10. Upside Down Cake with Cranberries

This Cranberry Upside Down Cake combines a tender yellow cake with a sweet cranberry topping. The red berries are a delightful contrast to the light cake.

From: Joy Filled Eats

11. Christmas Cookie Martini

Welcome the holidays with this creamy, low carb, Christmas Cookie Martini recipe. It’s just one carb and so easy to make! You’ll have a gorgeous, signature holiday cocktail without going over your carb allotment.

From: Lowcarb-ology

12. Snickerdoodle Truffles

I love snickerdoodles, raw cookie dough, and truffles, so combining the three was elementary (my dear Watson). Don’t worry – there are no eggs in this recipe, so you can eat these little bites of cookie dough without worries of salmonella poisoning.

From: Briana Thomas

13. Peanut Butter Balls

Healthy Peanut Butter Balls with just 4 ingredients! Yes, I did! These are perfect for your chocolate peanut butter craving!

From: Joy Filled Eats

14. Perfect Almond Shortbread Cookies

These cookies are SO GOOD. My family loved them, including my “I hate everything healthy/that is not junk food” brother who actually ended up stealing a couple at his own will! They are soft, buttery and look super cute on a plate combined with other holiday cookies. Not to mention they are very easy to make…

From: Mouth-Watering Motivation

15. Keto Cookie Dough Truffles

There is never a bad time to eat cookie dough. Pop these Keto Cookie Dough Truffles in the fridge or freezer for a pre-made treat when the cravings hit!

From: Fit Mom Journey

16. Cinnabon Keto Cookies w/ Cream Cheese Frosting

I don’t know where to start with these. They’re so delicious! They’re so easy to make! Everyone will love them!

From: Mouth-Watering Motivation

17. (No-Bake) Keto Lemon Coconut Balls

If you’re looking for a good snack to munch on in the afternoon, this is definitely what you should make.

From: Mouth Watering Motivation

18. Low Carb Keto Eggnog

Hooray for homemade eggnog! This rich creamy keto eggnog features almond milk, whipped cream, and nutmeg for a traditional flavor. It’s easy to make and completely sugar free so you can indulge for the holidays. Dairy free and nut-free options too!

From: All Day I Dream About Food

19. Low Carb Keto Peppermint Bark

This delicious low carb Peppermint Bark is made with sugar-free chocolate, cocoa butter, and coconut oil. A fun keto holiday recipe, and perfect for gift giving, and they’re dairy-free too. In partnership with Lily’s Sweets.

From: All Day I Dream About Food

20. Cranberry Cookies

These easy Lemon Drizzle Cranberry Cookies should be your new holiday tradition. They are a classic shortbread cookie studded with dried cranberries and topped with a lemon drizzle.

From: Joy Filled Eats

21. Easy Keto Pistachio Shortbread Cookies

Rich and buttery shortbread, studded with sweet, nutty pistachios, these easy keto Pistachio Shortbread Cookies are coffee’s new BFF! Low carb and gluten free too – but nobody has to know these keto shortbread cookies aren’t loaded with sugar and carbs! Shhhh…

From: I Breathe I’m Hungry

22. Amazing Turtle Cheesecake

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Still need a stellar Christmas Day dessert idea? Look no further! Even if you already have your Christmas menu all planned out, this amazing turtle cheesecake might just make you change your mind….

From: Briana Thomas

23. Nutmeg Butter Balls Cookies

Buttery, sweet, and crumbly – these Nutmeg Butter Balls are just right for holiday parties — and they are low carb (gluten free), too! Nutmeg Butter Balls couldn’t be easier to make!

From: Lowcarb-ology

24. Crockpot Sugared Pecans

I have a baking addiction, but when it comes to gifts, not much comes close to these Trim Healthy Mama Spiced Pecans. Wrap them up in little gift bags and you have an easy & affordable Christmas gift!

From: Fit Mom Journey

25. Keto Rum Balls

Keto Christmas is something I like to share with people, as Christmas is all about sharing! I’ve been concocting this keto rum balls recipe for a little while now, and what better way to bring out the Christmas spirits by sharing recipes.

From: Fat For Weight Loss

26. Cranberry Bliss Bars

Cranberry Bliss Bars – Low Carb, Keto, THM S, Gluten-Free – This delightful keto fall treat is reminiscent of the famous cranberry bliss bars sold at Starbucks with cranberries, hints of orange and ginger, and cream cheese icing.

From: Joy Filled Eats

27. Grain Free, Gluten Free & Keto Oreo Cookies

These gluten free and keto oreo cookies are the absolute bomb! Just like the original, expect a scrumptious vanilla cream sandwiched between two properly crisp dark chocolate cookies.

From: Gnom Gnom

And that’s it this round…

I hope you enjoyed these delicious recipes and found something that you’re going to try ASAP. I’m ALWAYS looking for something tasty to make, so if you have any ideas, let me know in the comments below!

Thanks so much! Have a wonderfully fantastic day!

And don’t forget to share your favorites on Pinterest!

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