Keto Friendly Baked Food Ideas

Keto baking is nutrient-dense baked goods that replace wheat with low-carb alternatives, providing quality proteins and healthy fats. When you’re on a Keto diet, sugar is a serious no-go, and without some sweetness, baked goods are just not the same. As keto aficionados, we’ve learned that switching sugar with allulose keto sweetener makes brownies, cookies, and other baked goods super delicious while staying low in calories.

Most people new to Keto believe that there are not many tasty options out there. Fortunately, that’s not true. After reading this article, you won’t have to munch on boring keto baked goods.

Here are some keto-friendly baked food ideas that you should try. They’re simple and absolutely delicious!

3 Keto-Friendly Baked Food Ideas

Three Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies

As the title suggests, this three-ingredient peanut butter cookie recipe is super simple. You don’t need any blenders or mixing bowls. Just grab one bowl and a sturdy wooden spoon before starting.

For the cookies, you will need smooth, drippy peanut butter, one large egg, and granulated sugar.

Start by preheating the oven to 350°F. Line a baking tray with a cookie sheet and keep it to one side. Combine all the three ingredients in the bowl and mix until it becomes a thick batter.

Using a cookie scoop, make 12 small balls and line them perfectly on the baking tray. Make sure that the balls are about 2 to 3 inches apart from each other. Use the cookie scoop to press each ball down slightly to form a round cookie shape.

For texture, you can shape the top of the cookie by pressing it gently with a fork.

Bake the peanut butter batter for about 10 to 12 minutes, or until the edges of the cookies are perfectly golden. Remove it from the oven and decorate it according to your liking.

You can dip the cookies in chocolate and even sprinkle crushed nuts on them to take your Keto peanut butter cookies to the next level.

Chocolate Pudding

This next recipe is decadent and delightful because it’s all about that chocolate!

For this chocolate pudding, you need milk (your choice of milk), granulated sweetener, heavy cream, cocoa powder, cornstarch, and low carb, minimum 70% chocolate bar.

Grab a mixing bowl and whisk all the ingredients together, except the chocolate bar. Once done, strain the mixture into a saucepan and put it on low heat.

Keep stirring the mixture as it starts to simmer for about 3 minutes. Finely chop up the chocolate bar and add it to the mixture while stirring slowly over low heat.

As the chocolate starts to melt, remove it from the heat and keep stirring to completely melt the chocolate in the mixture.

Pour the mixture through a strainer into a loaf bread pan and let it sit overnight, or at least six hours in the fridge.

Once ready, flip the bread pan upside down on a baking sheet to remove the chocolate pudding. Then dust it with cocoa powder and it’s ready to serve!

Blueberry Cheesecake

This last one is extremely addictive and we’re obsessed with it. It looks incredibly fancy, but trust us, it’s really simple to make. Cheesecakes are a fantastic way to end a great meal or an afternoon snack with your choice of tea. There are many different cheesecakes, but here we’re going to dig into everyone’s favorite, the blueberry cheesecake.

You’ll need a pie crust of your choice, cream cheese, vanilla extract, sour cream, superfine granulated sugar, almond flour, eggs, coconut flour, and blueberries.

Start by whisking the cream cheese in a bowl until smooth. Throw in the sour cream, almond flour, and granulated sugar. While mixing, gradually add the vanilla extract. Add the eggs one by one and mix. Now, using a rubber spatula, mix in the blueberries.

Once done, you need to transfer it into your pre-bought pie. You can also make your own cheesecake base using crushed graham crackers, melted butter, and some sweetener.

Bake the cheesecake for 70 minutes. The mixture should slightly jiggle upon a light touch. Refrigerate your cheesecake for at least four hours, or overnight if possible.

As you leave your cheesecake to set, you need to create your topping. Get a saucepan and put it on low heat. Add your blueberries, coconut flour, and water.

Mix until the liquid thickens and simmers. Pour the mixture on top of your cheesecake and let it sit in the refrigerator for an additional two hours before serving.

If you’re looking for measurements for the ingredients, you can easily find them over the internet. These recipes are fantastic and experimenting with what works best for you is a great way to enjoy these keto-friendly baked food ideas.

Bon Appetite!

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