Top your desserts with keto almond butter frosting!
Does your dessert taste like it might be missing something? It may be really difficult to pinpoint exactly what your recipe needs without entirely changing the dish. If you want just a little something extra, then we may have the answer. Add a little almond butter frosting to totally kick up the flavor without adding unnecessary carbs! Almond butter frosting doesn’t take away from the dish; it simply enhances it. This light and creamy frosting is just what you need to take an ordinary dessert from bland to hands-down delicious.
Don’t worry about the time commitment. This recipe only takes about 10 minutes to mix together and absolutely no cook time. There’s simply no reason NOT to have this little dollop of delicious added to any of the desserts you serve up. Whether you’re looking for a cake frosting or want to spruce up your favorite keto muffins, almond butter frosting has all the flavor you could possibly want.
The flavor of this particular frosting is especially good because it has subtle sweetness combined with the nutty flavor of almonds. It doesn’t overpower the dessert, but simply offers a little creamy topping that enhances the texture and adds just the right level of sweetness. The recipe remains keto-friendly because rather than using ordinary white sugar, it calls for powdered erythritol which is a sugar alcohol that the body processes easier. This is an excellent option for people with diabetes or anybody else following a sugar-free diet.
Almond butter frosting is an excellent addition to your favorite dessert recipe. Serve it up on your dessert table and see the many ways that it can be used! Trust us when we say, people always find a way to add a little almond butter frosting to their favorite treats! It really is THAT good.
If you liked this recipe, but are looking for a more chocolatey version, you should check out this keto chocolate frosting from My PCOS Kitchen. This frosting recipe is perfect for decorating cakes and cupcakes but is just as good if you want to it eat with a spoon!
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