Valentines day is coming up and you know what what we need? A new recipe round-up post! I’ve scoured the internet for all of the best chocolate, cakes, and heart colored sweet treats. So while you work out who to send your V-day cards to, know that you don’t have to worry about what to serve for dessert. We’ve found 25 options, so there’s something out there that every aspiring cupid is bound love.
1. Sugar Free Chocolate Truffles
The recipe is very easy and calls for a good quality sugar-free chocolate, heavy cream, and a little bit of brandy. Make up a batch of these sugar-free chocolate truffles and stick them in a decorative box. Only two net carbs per serving, and the recipe makes 22 truffles. The recipe author included both a stove top method and a microwave method.
2. Red Velvet Doughnuts
Doughnuts! With pink buttercream icing! These red velvet doughnuts are crunchy on the outside but have a pudding cake texture on the inside. The picture shows them fancily garnished with lemon zest.
3. Chocolate Fat Bomb with Macadamia and Sea Salt
Here are some nutty dark chocolates topped with beautiful sea salt. The macadamia nuts add just the right amount of crunch. These coconut oil based fat bombs are deliciously melty, and best served in individual cupcake liners. Try gifting these sweets in a pretty box.
4. Low Carb Berry & Vanilla Jello Ring
This Jello ring dessert is reminiscent of the fun desserts my grandma used to make, or some of the awesome jello cups that you can find in the bakery section of a Mexican supermarket. The colors are perfect for Valentines day and your kids will love it. I think you will find that this recipe is impressive but easy!
5. Chocolate Covered Maple Pecan Bacon
This is the Valentines day treat that keto people dream of! Crisp thick cut bacon is dipped in chocolate and then sprinkled with pecans. Chocolate covered maple pecan bacon strips are fun to make and so hard to resist.
6. Low Carb No-Bake Strawberry Mousse Pie
This strawberry mousse pie is only 3.5 carbs per slice! It’s sweetly pink, and can be made with any berry that you like. You will love all the flavors packed into it’s three different layers.
7. Keto Chocolate Silk Pie
If strawberry isn’t your jam then try this chocolate silk pie. 7.2 net carbs per slice, but rich and decadent. The only thing you have to bake is the crust! The pie filling is made of whipped cream and cream cheese. It’s a great way to finish off your home cooked, Valentines day, dinner.
8. Keto Coconut Raspberry Cupcakes
These are sweet and festive enough for a kids party, but only 3 net carbs. These coconut flour cupcakes are topped with a cream cheese and raspberry frosting. Then some sprinkles of coconut seal the deal. Don’t forget to decorate your cupcakes with some cute toppers!
9. Chewy Chocolate Peanut Butter Bacon Cookies
Yeah, bacon cookies. That’s all I needed to know, but if you need more convicing then these cookies are also filled with chocolate and peanut butter. They are soft and chewy, just like the cookies you buy from the bakery counter.
10. Low Carb Strawberry Shortcake
If you are looking to impress someone then this is the cake! Almond flour cake is layered with fresh strawberries, whipped cream, and strawberry chia seed jam. This is a recipe that even your non low-carb friends will be asking you for.
11. Chocolate Peanut Butter Freezer Fudge
Hoping someone will give me a huge batch of these! This sugar free chocolate peanut butter fudge has a shockingly simple ingredient list and quickly comes together. It’s no wonder that the recipe author keeps it in her fridge at all times. Since the recipe makes 30 servings, this is a no brainer idea for sharing a treat with all your friends.
12. Low Carb Cherry Pie Bars
If you bring these to a party then they will surely disappear. The filling is a delicious homemade low-carb and sugar-free pie filling. The bars are then topped with an almond flour pie crust, and then glazed. Yes, glazed!
13. Mini Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake
This is the perfect special occasion cake. Chocolate almond flour cakes are frosted with a cream cheese based peanut butter frosting. Then, the whole thing is topped with a low-carb chocolate ganache. This mini cake is perfect to make if you want cake, but don’t want a full size version sitting around the house afterwards.
14. Keto Raspberry Pavlova
If you are in the mood for something lighter then this pavlova will do the trick. The crusts are infused with vanilla and crunchy, but topped with a creamy berry filling. The whole berry and mint leaf garnish adds just the right touch!
15. Low-Carb Chocolate Hazelnut Cookies
I like how these are packaged up like a nice little present to myself. These chocolate cookies are rich, moist, and chewy. Chocolate fans will fall in love with these chocolate cookies, since the batter is filled with melty chocolate bits and chopped hazelnuts.
16. Sugar Free Chocolate Bars
Try packaging these up in decorative wrappings and giving as gifts. This sugar-free chocolate is molded into traditional looking bars. It would be so fun to break apart and eat the squares! Since it’s home made, you know what’s in it and don’t have to worry about any unpleasant side effects.
17. Lemon Poppy Seed Cake with Blackberry Buttercream
This festive pink icing will brighten up your table during brunch. The sour cream and almond flour cake is speckled with black poppyseeds and then coated with lovely blackberry icing. This is a great treat to serve after brunch, with a nice cup of hot tea.
18. Keto Chocolate Souffle’
Your significant other would find this recipe truly impressive. This baked egg based treat is lower in carbs than even most low-carb desserts. It’s rich, puffed up, and fluffy!
19. Low Carb Peanut Butter Balls
These delicious chocolate morsels are filled with peanut butter. The chocolate coating is bitter, while the peanut butter filling is rich and sweet. The best part about this recipe is that you only need four ingredients.
20. Cherry Chocolate Chunk Donuts
These donuts are crisp on the outside, and fluffy on the inside. The batter is made from almond flour and flaxseed meal, then filled with ChocoPerfection and cherry flavoring. If you’ve got a donut maker lying around your house, then this is the perfect timei to bust it out!
21. Flourless Keto Brownie
Flourless, nut free, coconut free, sugar free – is this chocolate infused magic? I think it is. These brownies are great for packing into lunch boxes, especially if your school is strict about bringing anything with nuts to school. They come out of the oven puffed up, but then collapse into these fudgy treats but not-too-sweet treats.
22. Low Carb Strawberry Rhubarb Meringue Pie Bars
These sweet looking treats appear to be sprinkled with hot pink confetti. They are based on a sturdy cookie crust, then filled with tangy rhubarb and strawberries, before being topped with meringue. The lovely pink spots come from a sprinkling of organic beet crystals.
23. Salted Caramel Glazed Maple Bacon Cake Pops
These salted caramel glazed bacon cake pops would be pretty sweet wrapped up in cellophane and given to your friends. The batter for these pops have bacon tucked inside, but then they are rolled in a sweet glaze and even more bacon is sprinkled on the top! If you don’t have a cake pop pan then feel free to try making these as cupcakes too.
24. Low-Carb Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
If you love them PB cups as much as I do then you have to give these peanut butter cups a shot. Peanut butter cups always pop up to tempt me during just about every single holiday there is. These substitutes will do the trick! I love that the recipe is made with two easy layers.
25. McKeto Strawberry Milkshake
Last, but not least, a lovely pink shake. It’s based from heavy cream and coconut milk. It’s thick, creamy, and packed full of that strawberry flavor that I’ve come to know and love with milkshakes. This one is very fast to create!