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15 Mouth-Watering Keto Pudding Ideas

Enjoy your keto diet even more with these low carb puddings! It’s a nice keto dessert that will keep your cravings at bay.

Puddings are so nice and comforting on a cold winter’s day.

But puddings are full of carbs which are fattening. And there’s nothing comforting about that!

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Just one serving of chocolate pudding can contain 23 grams of net carbs. More than enough to kick you out of ketosis.

And you don’t want that right?

That’s why I’m sharing 15 keto pudding ideas with you. They’re yummy and will definitely warm your tummy!

1. Keto Rice Pudding

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Were you a fan of rice pudding as a kid? Well, it’s time to eat it again!

Your regular rice pudding can contain as much as 31 grams of net carbs. That’s because it has milk, sugar, and rice, which are all high in net carbs.

This keto rice pudding contains only 4.3 grams of net carbs. Also, it has 45.5g of fats, so it’s a pretty good fat bomb.

It’s not only good for you but tastes amazing too. It’s creamy and silky and has a bit of a nice tartness- you won’t want to put your spoon down.

To keep it keto, you use konjac rice. It’s low carb rice that you can find in the natural foods section of your supermarket. Or you can find it here.

For creaminess, you’ll be using cream instead of milk. And for sweetness, you’ll be using erythritol in place of sugar.

I like erythritol, particularly for desserts because it doesn’t have a bitter after taste. Here’s a high-quality brand that I recommend.

Making this rice pudding is a breeze. Mix your cooked konjac rice with some heavy cream, spices, salt, and sweetener.

Then cook for about 20 minutes. Next, add a beaten egg and some more heavy cream, along with dried tart cherries.

Finally cook some more, and place in some martini glasses, and cool overnight.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 460
  • Fats: 45.5g
  • Net Carbs: 4.3g
  • Protein: 4.1g


2. Creamy Keto Coconut

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Are you dreaming of the Caribbean? Then give this tropical pudding a try!

This pudding will satisfy your tummy and your taste buds. And it only contains 1 gram of net carbs.

It’s creamy and light and is not too sweet. It has a nice fresh coconut taste thanks to the coconut milk, unsweetened shredded coconut, and coconut extract which you can find here.

For a bit of sweetness, you’ll be using some granulated monk fruit sweetener. And you can find it here.

Making this coconut pudding is pretty easy. And since it only takes 15 minutes to make, it’s definitely a pudding you’ll want to be making again and again.

Now, this pudding is already creamy and contains a lot of fat. But, if you prefer it creamier and want some more fat, you can use coconut cream instead of coconut milk.

If you’re loving the taste of coconut, check out this low carb coconut cookie recipe.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 329
  • Fats: 29g
  • Net Carbs: 1g
  • Protein: 5g


3. Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Seed


Do you love chia seed pudding? Then, you definitely want to try this pudding.

It’s pretty tasty. And it contains ingredients that are yummy, yet good for you like chia seeds, peanut butter, and unsweetened cocoa powder.

Chia seeds are packed with brain-boosting omega 3s. While the unsweetened cocoa powder is packed with cancer-fighting antioxidants.

This pudding has a much better texture than your regular chia pudding. That’s because you grind the chia seeds first; this makes the pudding nice and smooth.

To grind the seeds you can use a super-powerful blender. Or, you can buy already ground chia seeds here.

Otherwise, just use Magic Bullet blender for all things blending. It’s a low budget yet sturdy.

This pudding takes only 10 minutes to make. And since you don’t need to soak the chia seeds, you can eat it right away.

To make it, combine all your ingredients in a blender and blend for about 1 minute. Then, taste for sweetness and texture and adjust accordingly.

This pudding makes for a great low carb snack. Or, a nice light ketogenic breakfast.

Speaking of snacks, check out these ketogenic chips.

And as an added bonus, this pudding is vegan. So, it’s great if you’re following a ketogenic vegan diet.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 188
  • Fats: 12.1g
  • Net Carbs: 7g
  • Protein: 6.4g


4. French Silk

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If you’ve ever had French Silk Pie, you’ll want to try this. It’s sure to satisfy your cravings, without all the carbs.

French silk pie is a decadent chocolate dessert. But because it’s made using pie crust and granulated sugar, it’s loaded with carbs.

Just one serving can contain as much as 35 grams of net carbs. However, this French silk pudding contains only 3 grams of net carbs.

That’s because you skip the pie crust and use Truvia to sweeten the pudding. Truvia is a sweetener made from stevia leaves, and you can get it here.

This French Silk Pudding is a chocolate lover’s dream. It’s chocolatey, rich, and oh so good. You’ll want to eat the whole bowl.

And since it contains 25 grams of fat, it makes for a pretty tasty fat bomb.

Making it is so easy too. To make it, beat some whipping cream until it forms peaks. Then place in a refrigerator to set.

Next, put some Truvia, eggs, butter, and unsweetened chocolate squares in a saucepan. Melt over medium heat, stirring frequently.

Once your chocolate mixture has melted and thickened, allow it to cool for 5 minutes. Finally, mix your chocolate mixture with your whipped cream.

Voila! Easy French Silk Pudding.

Check out more ketogenic dessert recipes here!

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 240
  • Fats: 25g
  • Net Carbs: 3g
  • Protein: 3g


5. Pumpkin Pudding

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Now that fall is in the air, it’s time for pumpkin, pumpkin, and more pumpkin.

Pumpkin pie is a natural go-to recipe, but not very keto-friendly. One serving of pumpkin pie can easily net you over 30 grams of net carbs.

This pumpkin pudding contains only 3.7 grams of net carbs. So, you can satisfy your pumpkin fix without tanking your diet.

It’s smooth, luscious, and spicy. All topped with decadent vanilla-flavored whipped cream.

It’s a dessert that you can serve even your non-keto guests. And since it contains a whopping 38.8 grams of fat, it’s sure to keep them full.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 373
  • Fats: 38.8g
  • Net Carbs: 3.7g
  • Protein: 4.3g


6. Sugar-free Chocolate

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I love chocolate pudding as I’m sure many of you do. But, let’s face it, it has a ton of carbs.

Your typical store-bought chocolate pudding can contain close to 25 grams of net carbs. And delicious as it is, it’s not worth ruining your diet.

This chocolate pudding contains only 5 grams of net carbs. And it takes only 10 minutes to make- less than the time it would take you to run to the grocery store for some pudding!

It’s creamy and chocolatey and tastes amazing. The sea salt and vanilla extract add the perfect complement to the chocolate.

And it takes only 10 minutes to make. So, it’s a pudding you’ll want to make for your family again and again.

The recipe requires powdered erythritol. You can stock up on it here but also you could just as well use a powerful blender or coffee grinder to the work.

Here is one that’s cheap but sturdy. Love chocolate desserts? Check out these keto chocolate cupcakes.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 431
  • Fats: 43g
  • Net Carbs: 5g
  • Protein: 5g


7. Caramel Pudding


Are you looking for a decadent dessert that you and your guests can enjoy? Then, try this caramel pudding.

It’s caramel in a cup. It tastes and looks like caramel, but it only contains 3.5 grams of net carbs.

It also looks pretty good. Caramel pudding topped with home-made whipped cream, and shaving of toasted coconut chips … Mmm!

Stock up on unsweetened coconut chips here.

To keep it keto, you use Allulose or Stevia. Allulose is a new sweetener on the market.

It tastes just like sugar but does not spike your blood sugars. If you’d like to try it out, you can get some here.

The homemade whipping cream is truly the icing on the cake (ahem pudding). To make it, place some heavy cream in the mixer bowl of a stand mixer.

Then, beat until fluffy using the whisk attachment.

If you’re loving the taste of coconut, try these low carb doughnut cookies.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 346
  • Fats: 36.2g
  • Net Carbs: 3.5g
  • Protein: 2.5g


8. Coconut Pudding


Do you or your family have dairy allergies or sensitivities? Then, this is the pudding for you.

It’s made without dairy. And best of all, it contains only 3 grams of net carbs.

It also has a nice coconut flavor thanks to the coconut milk and coconut liquid stevia. Yes, you heard that right, coconut liquid stevia!

Coconut liquid stevia is a great way to add coconut sweetness to your baking, beverages, and puddings. Without any carbs.

And making the pudding is quite easy. Just simmer some coconut milk until it reduces and gets thicker. Then remove from the stove and add the other ingredients.

Top with some berries, whipped coconut cream, and unsweetened coconut flakes for a truly amazing dessert. Bon appetit!

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 242
  • Fats: 25g
  • Net Carbs: 3g
  • Protein: 3g


9. Banana


Have you given up on banana pudding because of all the carbs? It’s time to eat it again!

That’s because this pudding contains only 4 grams of net carbs. Compared to your typical banana pudding which can easily contain 30 grams of net carbs.

This pudding is a more elaborate pudding. But it’s definitely worth the effort.

It has 3 layers. It has an almond flour cookie layer on the bottom, a banana pudding layer in the middle, and a whipped cream layer on top.

You’ll be using a banana to get the banana flavoring. But if you’d rather not use the banana, you can use banana flavoring instead.

You’ll also be using super fine almond flour for the cookie layer. Here’s the one to stock up on.

You’ll definitely want to pack this pudding for your weekday dessert. That’s because it’s satisfying and lasts at least 5 days in the fridge.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 264
  • Fats: 25g
  • Net Carbs: 4g
  • Protein: 4g


10. Chocolate Mint


Christmas is the perfect time for chocolate mint pudding.

And this decadent pudding is filled with chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate. It will definitely satisfy your chocolate cravings.

To make it extra chocolatey, you’ll be using unsweetened cocoa powder. You’ll also be using a bar of stevia-sweetened dark chocolate which you can find here.

And making this pudding is so easy. All you need to do is boil some coconut milk.

Then you place some chopped chocolate, erythritol, and unsweetened cocoa powder in a blender and chop for ½ a minute. Then, add peppermint extract and egg yolks and blend for another ½ a minute.

Finally, pour in your coconut milk, mixing as you pour it in. Then place in parfait cups and chill until set.

There you go! Easy, peasy chocolate mint pudding.

Now, this pudding is higher in net carbs. So, you may want to split yours with a loved one.

Once again, if you need erythritol, you can get some here.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 334
  • Fats: 32g
  • Net Carbs: 10g
  • Protein: 6g


11. Dark Chocolate Gelatin

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Here’s another chocolate pudding recipe. This one contains gelatin, which is really good for you.

Gelatin helps your hair grow longer and thicker. It can also boost your memory, and even help you lose weight.

Not only is this chocolate pudding good for you, but it also tastes great. The nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla provide a nice complement to the unsweetened dark chocolate.

Since this pudding is low in carbs, you’ll be using liquid stevia to sweeten it. I like liquid stevia because it’s totally natural. You can find some good organic liquid stevia here.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 297
  • Fats: 30.9g
  • Net Carbs: 4.7g
  • Protein: 6.4g


12. Keto Chocolate Chia Pudding With Coconut Milk


Are you following a ketogenic vegan diet? This chocolate pudding is for you.

This thick, chocolatey pudding is tasty. And you need only 4 ingredients to make it: coconut milk, chia seeds, sweetener, and unsweetened cocoa powder.

It’s also quite easy to make. Just combine all your ingredients in a bowl and whisk until well combined.

Then, allow to sit for 5 minutes, and stir to remove any remaining lumps. Finally, place your pudding in some mason jars and refrigerate for about 30 minutes.

It’s pretty filling as it’s packed with fat and fiber. Perfect for a nice breakfast.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 308
  • Fats: 30g
  • Net Carbs: 4g
  • Protein: 5.5g


13. Chocolate & Peanut Butter Avocado Pudding


Need another vegan chocolate pudding? Here’s one for you.

This pudding is chocolatey and extra velvety. That’s because you’re using avocado.

Avocadoes are not only tasty but pretty good for you too. Avocados provide lots of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats.

They’re also excellent sources of fiber, and contain tons of vitamins and minerals.

And this pudding is not only good for you but also very simple to make. Just blend your ingredients using a food processor, and you’re good to go!

If you’re all about blending and love quick low carb recipes, check these low carb smoothies that I absolutely love.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 327
  • Fats: 30g
  • Net Carbs: 7g
  • Protein: 11g


14. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Chia


Are you craving Reese’s peanut butter cups? Then, be sure to try this pudding.

It’s a layer of peanut butter pudding sandwiched between two layers of chocolate pudding.

It’s as pleasing to look at, as it is to eat.

Plus, it’s also healthy for you. That’s because it contains chia seeds, a powerhouse of nutrition.

Chia seeds are packed with omega-3s, which are great for your heart and brain. They’re also packed with calcium, manganese, and phosphorus, which are great for your bones.

And since it takes only 5 minutes to make, it’s sure to become a favorite.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 459
  • Fats: 36.2g
  • Net Carbs: 4.6g
  • Protein: 11.3g


15. Blueberry Chia


Here’s another chia pudding recipe. You can’t get enough chia pudding, can you?

You’re definitely going to love this pudding. It is flavorful and is good for you too.

It’s packed with two superfoods; blueberries and chia seeds.

Chia seeds contain brain-boosting omega-3s. And blueberries are packed with antioxidants.

Now, this pudding uses heavy cream. But to make it vegan, you can use coconut milk instead. This is also a great keto breakfast.

Per Pudding:

  • Calories: 410
  • Fats: 33g
  • Net Carbs: 9g
  • Protein: 7g