Keto Coconut Butter Pecan Truffles – Best Keto Dessert Ever |

I’ve been on a keto diet for over 2 years now, and I am obsessed. It’s a low carb, high fat diet, that has changed my life. It’s simple and easy to follow. I’ve made these Keto Coconut Butter Pecan Truffles on several occasions, and they are always a hit. I typically just eat them as a special treat, but they are so good that you could easily have one or two every day if you are trying to lose weight.

Top keto desserts are really hard to come by, but these keto coconut butter almond flour treats are sooooo good! I made them with just a few simple ingredients and they tasted phenomenal. What makes these coconut butter pecan truffles so great is that they are made with just a few simple ingredients. These truffles are low carb, keto, sugar-free and dairy-free.

A keto dessert every day can be hard to come by, especially when you’re new to the diet! These keto coconut butter pecan truffles are the answer for when you want a snack that is satisfying, sweet, fudgy and decadent. Low in carbs but high in fat and protein, these keto truffles are sure to be your new favourite snack!


I recommend that you just eat one!

This delicious keto dessert is simple to prepare and will keep you away from sugary foods. Your taste buds will appreciate you for using cocoa butter, pecan essence, and unsweetened coconut. Even better, each of these delectable coconut truffles has just 1 gram of sugar! YES!


A decadent truffle delight!

In this recipe, I used cocoa butter, which has virtually little chocolate taste, contrary to my expectations. Surprisingly, you can smell the chocolate as soon as you open the package. Cocoa butter is comparable to coconut oil in that it aids in the creamy texture of chocolate, provides beneficial fats, and solidifies when it cools.


How to create the finest Keto coconut truffles at home:

    • Add your favorite low-carb toppings to the truffles. Chopped almonds and pecans, shredded coconut, and cocoa powder are some of my favorite ingredients. I also like to dip them in melted chocolate every now and then to add some crunch.
    • Cream cheese not only makes this truffle dish creamier, but it also boosts the fat level, which is excellent for keto!
    • You may store the truffles in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week!



Keto coconut truffle

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Cocoa butter, pecan essence, and unsweetened coconut are used in these delectable keto truffles. Your taste senses will be grateful!


Set aside the cocoa butter in the mixing basin. If the cocoa butter is coarsely chopped or grated, it will melt more easily.


In a small saucepan over low to medium heat, combine the cream cheese and whipping cream. Cream the cream cheese until it is fully melted. Add the keto sweetener, pecan essence, and salt after the cream cheese has melted.


Remove the heavy cream mixture from the heat and gently pour it into the mixing bowl with the cocoa butter. Allow the cocoa butter to melt in the heavy cream mixture. Slowly stir in the cocoa butter until it is completely melted.


Toss in the shredded coconut and toss to combine.


Refrigerate the bowl for 1 hour to let it to chill and thicken.


Cut out a tablespoon-sized ball from the dough and put it on a baking sheet coated with baking paper after it has cooled. A tiny ice cream scoop may be used (about the size of a tablespoon). Do this as soon as possible to prevent the mixture from melting. Place all of the truffles in the freezer for 30 minutes once they’ve been made.


Roll the truffles in your preferred keto-friendly toppings; I like crushed coconut truffles. Keep refrigerated for up to a week in an airtight container. Have a blast!

1 serving size (yield: 12) 122 calories per serving | 11.8 grams of fat | 6.4 grams of total carbohydrate | 1.3 grams of fiber | 0 grams of sugar | 0 grams of sugar alcohol | 4.0 grams of erythritol | 1.1 grams of protein | 1.0 grams of net carbohydrate

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It’s very enjoyable to live a ketogenic lifestyle!

Make a batch of these low-carb coconut truffles for Easter, Mother’s Day, or even Father’s Day – they’ll be a hit with the entire family! I sneaked a couple into my husband’s lunch this week, and he had no idea they were keto. What a triumph!


After creating these keto coconut truffles, my colleague Jen had the following to say:

This dish is fast and simple to prepare, and it tastes great! Making these delicious sweets is a win for me as a busy parent. They have a little caramel flavor, are very delicious, and definitely assist with sweet cravings. I enjoy how they melt in your tongue and have a rich chocolate flavor. It’s hard to believe these keto delights exist!

Make these low-carb chocolate truffles now!

Quick, low-carb and decadent, these truffles are sure to make a great addition to any keto-friendly dessert spread! They are also a great way to sneak in some healthy fats into your diet, and of course, they are low-carb and vegan!. Read more about keto oreo cookies and let us know what you think.

Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.