Keto Desserts is an online health and weight program that is all about enjoying the treats you love, without all of the harmful ingredients affecting your weight loss that are commonly found in other options, including fructose. This might come to you as a shock since fructose is typically used as a healthier alternative to glucose and sucrose in most sugar-free, weight loss guides. However, fructose is not the better option, especially if you’re trying to lose weight. It possesses its own risks, including increased weight gain, as well as high cholesterol, increased fat accumulation around the organs, increased risk of gout, high blood pressure and heart disease. Despite being fairly low on the Glycemic Index (even lower than chickpeas), fructose can make it seem impossible to lose weight. So, if you’ve been cutting out all other sugars and using fructose instead and can’t figure out why the results are coming, listen up: your body isn’t programmed to burn fructose as a source of energy like it does with glucose. So, it stores it in all of those areas fat loves to hide, such as your hips, thighs, buttocks, lower belly and arms. But that doesn’t mean healthier desserts don’t exist.
With Keto Desserts, you learn how to make all kinds of delicious dessert recipes, all of which are made with real ingredients (and zero fructose). The recipes are keto and paleo-friendly, meaning they only use real ingredients, and ones that are low carb and high in healthy fats. They’re just as good for you as they taste too and don’t need any fancy kitchen equipment or skills to make them. So, if you’re looking for a healthy, keto-friendly way to lose weight without having to deprive yourself of all the delicious flavours you love, allow me to introduce you to all of the cakes, cupcakes, ice creams, pies, and cookies you’re craving.
What is Keto Desserts?
Like most people, your first action to lose weight and improve your health was likely to reduce your sugar intake. Perhaps you even started using fructose as a healthier option. However, this is a common mistake many people make and it’s one that comes with many potential health risks and yes, even increased weight gain. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to go on one of those strict diets where you have zero sugar, flavour, and fun.
Keto Desserts is an online program designed to help people learn how to enjoy all of the treats they love, while still remaining in ketosis to boost their weight loss. Unlike other weight loss cookbooks and even keto-friendly cookbooks, this one takes on a new approach. While still remaining true to [almost all of] the keto diet guidelines, Keto Desserts places importance on eliminating the use of fructose specifically, whereas others typically opt to use fructose as a healthier sugar option. However, although it’s
lower on the Glycemic Index, fructose is not a weight-loss friendly option. Studies have found that fructose can actually make you gain more weight than if you were to just indulge in the original treat (and all of the sugars) in the first place. This is because your body is not programmed to burn off fructose, like it is with other sugars. So, it becomes fat storage. That’s not the only problem with fructose either. As mentioned previously, fructose presents many potential health risks. It also gets converted into three dangerous compounds: triglycerides, free radicals and uric acid:
- Triglycerides damage your liver and increase your risk of heart disease and stroke
- Free radicals damage genes and cells, accelerate aging and disease, and mutate DNA
- Uric acid impairs kidney function, raises blood pressure and promotes the development of gout
Needless to say, fructose is the new ‘f’ word. With Keto Desserts, you receive pages upon pages of delicious treat recipes that stick with the natural ingredients. From your classic cupcake and ice cream to fancy candies and icings and everything in between, all of the recipes use real ingredients that can easily be found at your local grocery store. Yes, this includes natural sources of sugar (not fructose). Here’s a sneak peek at the different categories that you receive recipes for:
- Souffle, Mousse and Custards
- Ice Creams
Each section has pages of delicious dessert recipes to get you through your next craving, birthday or celebration. Each recipe has easy, step-by-step instructions, ingredient lists, nutritional information and a mouth-watering photo to hold you over.
However, as much as Keto Desserts is about recipes, it isn’t just a digital keto cookbook. In addition to all of the recipes, it also serves as a comprehensive guide that covers a vast array of topics that can help you improve your health and boost your weight loss. This includes baking hacks, the science of nutrition, drawbacks of keto, and much more. It also comes with some free bonuses:
- The Truth About Sugar eBook
- Bacon and Butter Keto Cookbook
- 50% off Cacao Bliss
Best of all, everything is digital so you don’t have to worry about making room for yet another cookbook. Instead, you receive immediate access as soon as you purchase and simply click to download it onto your computer, laptop, smartphone or tablet. This is particularly helpful for when you’re baking-on-the-go or heading to the grocery store to pick up the ingredients, as the recipes are right on your tech devices. It also eliminates messy pages getting stuck together.
Now, if you’re someone who isn’t sure as to whether healthy desserts can taste good, you can take a bite before deciding. Keto Desserts comes with a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee, which gives you two months to bake up some goodies and see what you think.
Who is the Author of Keto Desserts?
The author of Keto Desserts is the founder of Nutritionist Biochemist and Healing Gourmet, Kelley Herring. Kelley obtained her M.S. and M.B.A. and today, she uses her background and expertise to perfect the science behind making healthy food taste good. She has earned the title of creating the world’s healthiest bread and is highly-recommended throughout the health and keto industries. She is also the author of Keto Breads.
Summary of Keto Desserts
Keto Desserts may look like a digital cookbook, but it is so much more. It’s a comprehensive guide that covers everything there is to know about eliminating fructose and substituting unhealthy ingredients for healthy ones, while still enjoying the desserts you love. It covers a variety of important topics about food and your health, the keto-diet, fructose, and nutrition and weight loss. These topics can be found at the beginning of the program and fall under the following categories:
- About the Keto Diet
- Anti-Cancer, Brain-Boosting and Blood Sugar Benefits
- Drawbacks to Keto
- How to Still Enjoy All Your Favorite Comfort Foods
- Science of Nutrition
- Ingredients and Supplies
- Measurements: Cups vs. Grams
- Storing and Serving
Once you’ve sharpened up on your knowledge, the program dives right into the scrumptious, keto-friendly-ish recipes. These recipes are low carb and high in healthy fats, with the extra benefit of also being free of fructose. Each is categorized into an appropriate section, making it super easy to find the types of recipes (and cravings) you’re having. The recipes also come with detailed, step-by-step instructions, nutritional information, real and affordable ingredient lists, and are topped off with a mouth-watering photo. There are also three tabs at the top of each recipe as well. These quickly tell you important facts about the dessert, such as the net carbs, whether or not it’s free of something additional, such as grain or dairy, if it’s paleo-friendly, and so on and so forth.
Here’s a closer look at the types of things you can expect to make from each section:
- NY Style Cheesecake
- Chocolate Cheesecake
- Strawberry Lime “Cheese” Cake
- Truffle “Cheese” Cake
- Pumpkin “Cheese” Cake
If you love cheesecakes, this is the section for you! The ingredient lists are separated into crust ingredients and filling ingredients to make it super easy to grab what you need and start baking. The NY Style Cheesecake is just like a classic cheesecake.
- Cakes and Cupcakes
- Chocolate Cake
- Yellow Cake
- Molten Chocolate Cake
- Coconut Sponge Cake
- Carrot Cake
- Red Velvet Cake
- Pound Cake
- Spice Cake
For all of those events where a cake or cupcakes are involved, this is the section to go to because it has you covered. From classic single-layer cakes to fancy red velvet cupcakes, all of your celebrations can officially be keto-friendly and fructose-free.
- Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Real-Deal Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Brownie Cookies
- Sunbutter Cookies
- Coconut Macaroons
- Snickerdoodle Bites
- Ginger Cookies
- Florentine Lace Cookies
- Macadamia Biscotti
- Thin Mint Cookies
- Butter Pecan Cookies
Everyone loves a good cookie and this section gives you plenty of options. All of the options are also super low-carb, ranging between 1 and 3 net carbs per serving.
- Brownies and Bars
- Lemon Cheesecake Bars
- Cookie Dough Blondies
- Magic Cookie Bars
- Real-Deal Brownies
- Almond Butter Brownies
From dairy-free blondies to paleo-friendly brownies, this section brings plenty of variety to the table. Pardon the pun. The ingredients are separated into two lists for dry and wet ingredients, and some come with topping suggestions to really amp up that taste.
- Pies and Tarts
- Superfood Berry Chocolate Tarts
- Lemon Tarts
- Key Lime Pie
- Chocolate Silk Pie
Take your pie-making to the next level in this section. It’s quite rare to find a pie that is low in carbs, but this is where you’ll find some. The Chocolate Silk Pie is only 3 net carbs and it’s a cinch to make.
- Souffle, Mousse and Custard
- Chocolate Souffles
- Chocolate Mousse
- Crème Brulee
For the days when you need a not-too-filling dessert, the soufflé, mousse and custard dessert recipes are a great option. They can also be whipped up fairly quickly. For example, the chocolate souffles can be made in 20 minutes.
- Almond Joy Bars
- Almond Butter Fudge
- Salted Almond Brittle
Just as the name suggests, this is where you get your classic candy recipes – in keto-form. It’s like the author took apart the top candy bars, analyzed the ingredient list, got the natural version of each item, and made these recipes. The turtles are only 2 net carbs!
- Ice Creams
- Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
- Chocolate Ice Cream
- Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
- Butter Pecan Ice Cream
Skip the ice cream truck. These low-carb, grain-free ice cream options are all primal and super easy to make.
- Frostings and Toppings
- Cocoa Butter Ganache
- Low-Carb Caramel
- Chocolate Buttercream
- German Chocolate Frosting
- Vanilla Buttercream Frosting
- Cream Cheese Frosting
- Sugar-Free Orange Marmalade
- Coconut Whipped Cream
- Sugar-Free Lemon Glaze
- Magic Shell
Top off all of your favourite keto-friendly desserts with a keto-friendly frosting or topping. The low carb caramel instantly turns anything into a mouth-watering treat and it is paleo-friendly, dairy-free and 2 net carbs.
Advantages of the Program
It is amazing how delicious and easy all of the recipes are to make. They all use simple, natural ingredients and are perfectly organized and set up for a stress-free baking experience. The program is very well put together with proper sections and categories so you can easily find what you’re looking for, and the digital version ensures you can do this anytime, anywhere. You also can’t go wrong with the 60 Day Money Back Guarantee. Take a bite and see; you have nothing to lose.
Disadvantages of the Program
The program is digital, which comes with a plethora of benefits. However, it is not available in a hardcopy version.
Keto Desserts is a must-have keto program that gives you all of the delicious, keto-friendly desserts that double as healthier alternatives to your favourite traditional desserts. From cakes and custards to tarts and toppings, this program teaches you how to make it in keto.
It’s always recommended to speak with a health care provider before making any major changes to your day, especially if you have any underlying health conditions or allergies. However, all of the recipes are low carb (less than 5g net carbs) and reducing carbohydrates is often a top recommendation for managing type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
No, all artificial sweeteners are substituted with natural sweeteners – stevia or erythritol.
Some of them are and others are gluten free, egg free, paleo, no bake, and even vegan! There are all types of recipes that cater to specific dietary guidelines.
No, the program comes with a variety of tips and suggestions that help you learn and steer clear of the dangers of sugar. You learn good substitutes to use, the science of nutrition and much more.