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7 Provocative Keto Pumpkin Pastries To Please Your Palate

by | Oct 30, 2019 | Blog, Recipes

With the holidays looming right in front of us, I want to share some absolute staples to get you through the holidays on Keto, without even realizing you’re eating healthy versions of your long-time favorites.

These recipes are guaranteed to satisfy your holiday pumpkin cravings while keeping carbs to a minimum! ENJOY!

Keto Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Danish

This Delicious Keto Danish will make your day. It’s made with everyday ingredients so nothing super fancy needed. 

BONUS: They can be stored and re-heated with EASE for those rushed on the go mornings when you need something scrumptious in a hurry!

The folks at Keen for Keto hit a home run with this one! Get the recipe on Keen for Keto

Recipe makes 10, takes about 30 min total with prep time, 3 net carbs each!

Image credit Keenforketo.com

Keto Pumpkin Mousse

Image credit thismamacooks.com

If you’ve been banking your carbs today for a mouthwatering masterpiece, then you’ve found it!

This delicious mousse is made with just FOUR ingredients.

It can be whipped up in a half-hour, and is sure to satisfy your need for those fantastic fall flavors without all the sugar! Anne-Marie Nichols is the genius behind this creation!

Get the recipe here

Some folks have suggested starting with 1 Tbsp. of the pumpkin pie spice and tasting, then adjusting as you see fit. 

Recipe makes 6 servings, and with one Tbsp. of spice comes in at 7.6g net carbs per serving, always indulge responsibly!

 

Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

Dr. Davinah crushes your pumpkin cravings with these bangin’ cheesecake bars!

She even has an excellent video tutorial to take all the guesswork out for you!

They can be made ahead and frozen for later, taking some of the pressure of cooking on the holidays! You can’t go wrong with these!  Get the recipe here

makes 12, 4 net carbs per serving, 

Image credit drdavinahseats.com

Low-Carb Pumpkin Cake

Image credit mindbodyandspiritwellbeing.com

Milica Vladova has a unique spin on the traditional pumpkin dishes with her addition of Raspberries to this pumpkin cake! You’ll be pleasantly surprised at the flavor combination.  Get the recipe here!

The recipe calls for desiccated coconut, which can be found in the baking aisle of most any Walmart under shredded or flaked.  

Makes 6 servings although we increase the portions to 12 for a better macro fit, it is 9.6 carbs per serving if you do 6 servings.

Keto Pumpkin Cream Cheese Pound Cake

Hilda Solares over at Fit To Serve delivers a divinely delicious reminder that Keto doesn’t mean you can’t indulge.

While these may involve a bit more effort than the other recipes in our roundup, they are 100% worth every bit of effort! Get this fabulous recipe here!

Surprise and delight your palate with these amazing morsels!

makes 16, prep time is 10 min, ready in 35,  3.5 g net carbs each

Image credit fittoservegroup.com

Keto Pumpkin Cheese Cake

Image credit simplystacie.net

I don’t know about you, but fall just wouldn’t be the same with out some delicious pumpkin cheesecake, and this is a no-brainer win-win recipe!

Stacie from SimplyStacie has concocted a creamy, delicious Keto cheesecake that’s sure to be a showstopper at your next family gathering! As she herself said, “it’s pure pumpkin heaven”. 

She’s made some tweaks to the recipe to make it even better! The perfect finisher to a delightful Turkey dinner with the holidays right around the corner! Get the recipe here!

Makes 10 servings, each at 7.9 net carbs, but again, you can have smaller portion sizes! Prep time about 15 minutes, cook time just over an hour

 

Keto Pumpkin Spice Eggnog

The timing of this could not have been more perfect. The coolers at the store are already filling up with all my old favorite eggnogs, which, are most definitely NOT Keto.

Thank goodness for Keri at Mytableofhtree.com and her easy Keto Pumpkin spice eggnog!

My only problem now is not going overboard enjoying this!

A note on the tempering of the yolks, it’s actually quite easy, and is simply SLOWLY raising the temp of the egg mixture before adding it back in so they stay creamy and smooth vs scrambling. Trust me, it is not as scary or difficult as you might think, and the creamy cup of eggnog heaven you end up with is ample reward!  Get this recipe here!

Makes 12 servings, per ½ cup serving there are 3 net carbs. 

Image credit Keenforketo.com

Got a favorite dish or dessert you want to see KETOFIED!? Feel like there’s something that you can’t live without this time of year? Drop us a line in the comments and tell us about your favorite pumpkin indulgence!

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