Our Keto Buttercream Frosting is Rich, Creamy, and Oh So Sweet!

Did you know that some of the best frosting recipes can be made with healthy fats like cocoa butter and coconut oil? Yeah, it’s true—our keto butterscream frosting recipe is delicious, and it’s super easy to make.

Our Keto Buttercream Frosting is a rich, creamy, and oh so sweet cream cheese frosting recipe that is low carb, sugar free, keto friendly, gluten free, and does not contain any corn syrup! And it’s amazing on top of our keto cheesecake!

We’re so excited to announce that our Peanut Butter Cup Frosting is now available! If you’re new to the ketogenic diet, you might be wondering about all the different ways you can flavor your low carb and keto baking. Our recipe starts with a buttercream frosting, but we add peanut butter to the mix for a rich, sweet, and decadent flavor. Best of all, our keto buttercream frosting is low carb, sugar-free, and gluten-free, so anyone can enjoy it!


Frosting makes everything better!

Grab a spoon and dive into this delicious KETO buttercream icing! Keto buttercream frosting, yes, you read it correctly! When performing keto-friendly baking, this delicious low-carb frosting may be used as a treat to fulfill sweet cravings.


When preparing keto frosting, the key is to use a low carb powdered sweetener like Swerve confectioners. It’s amazing how well it makes icing! The flavor and texture are lovely, and they remind me a lot of classic powdered sugar. Plus, making a batch of homemade creamy buttery frosting just takes a few ingredients and a few minutes!


The following are some helpful hints for creating the finest keto buttercream frosting:

    • To frost a delicious keto cake or cupcakes, use this recipe suggestion. It’s ideal for birthdays and other special occasions, allowing you to indulge in cake guilt-free!
    • Use softened butter rather than molten butter. The easiest method to accomplish this is to take the butter out of the refrigerator and let it to soften before beginning this dish. If you’re in a hurry, warm up a glass cup in the microwave and put it upside down over the cold butter for a minute or two – that’ll work too!
    • If desired, add a few drops of food coloring for a splash of color. Depending on the kind of cake you’re making, you may also leave out the vanilla and flavor the frosting with different extracts.
    • Start with 3/4 cup powdered erythritol and gradually increase to 1 cup, depending on desired flavor and texture. If you add more, it will clearly have a sweeter flavor and a stiffer texture, so sample it as you’re preparing it.
    • Make a delicious chocolate frosting with this! To create a wonderful chocolate frosting, just add 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder to this recipe.



Buttercream Keto Frosting




With only a few low-carb ingredients, you can make a creamy sweet frosting. Frost a cake, cupcakes, or cookies with this delicious frosting!

For the vanilla icing:

For the chocolate icing:


To make the vanilla icing:

In a mixing dish, combine butter, 3/4 cup to 1 cup powdered sweetener, vanilla, and whipping cream. To make a creamy frosting, beat the ingredients for a minute with a hand mixer. Taste to check whether it’s sweet enough, and if necessary, add additional 1/4 cup sweetness. If the mixture is excessively thick, a teaspoon of cream at a time may be added.

To make the chocolate icing:

Mix in the cocoa powder until everything is smooth and blended.


Frost the cake or cupcakes as desired with icing. It may also be put in a pastry bag and piped using pastry tips.

2 cup yield, 8 tablespoons per serving 215.3 calories per serving | 23.8 grams of fat | 19.7 grams of total carbohydrates | 1 gram of fiber | 18 grams of sugar alcohol |.8 grams of protein |.7 grams of net carbohydrates

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Note: The nutritional information above is for 1 cup Swerve confectioners used in the vanilla buttercream icing.


My favorite part of the cake is the frosting!

Are you a “more cake, please” person or a “gimme all the icing” person? A excellent buttercream frosting is, without a doubt, the best! If you’re looking for a delicious keto version, this one won’t let you down!

I believe I prefer the chocolate over the vanilla, but I wouldn’t say no to either! Ha!


Is cream cheese your preferred spread?

There’s also a delectable keto cream cheese frosting that you must try! I could eat it with a spoon as if it were a keto treat in and of itself!


Check out what Jenna, one of my teammates, had to say about the frosting:

“I love the taste and consistency of this! With my new pastry bag, it was a breeze to use! And my kid was spoon-feeding it to herself!

I experimented with 34 cup of Swerve and discovered that this is the magic number for me! It’s sweet in the way you’d expect a frosting to be, but it still retains the butter’s rich, creamy flavor! I know I’ve tried it with the full 1 cup and it’s delicious too, but it’s definitely on the sweet side.”

Do you like chocolate cake? This keto version will fulfill all of your chocolate fantasies!

Caramel frosting, chocolate frosting, peppermint frosting, lime frosting, strawberry frosting, yellow frosting, and buttercream frosting: so many tasty flavors to choose from. But, which one is your favorite? We all love a little frosting, and making these delicious desserts is a great way to show your love for friends and family! But, when you’re trying to lose weight, finding the right frosting can be an overwhelming task. Many frostings are high in fat, and all have unnecessary ingredients like sugar and dairy.. Read more about swerve icing glaze and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is my buttercream so sweet?

Buttercream is sweet because it contains a lot of sugar.

How do you cut the sweetness in buttercream icing?

To cut the sweetness in buttercream icing, add a little more powdered sugar to the icing.

What is the sweetest frosting?

The sweetest frosting is a buttercream frosting.

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.