Low carb lemon and toasted coconut squares are AMAZING!
Every once in a while, a dessert recipe will come along that really stands out from the crowd. This is exactly one of those recipes. Lemon and toasted coconut squares have all the refreshing flavor of lemon with the subtle sweetness you get from coconut. It’s the perfect flavor combination that will keep you satisfied right down to the very last bite.
Of course, keto-friendly is the goal, and that’s exactly what you get with this recipe. You’ll notice that the types of flours used are coconut and almond. Plus, this dessert is totally sugar-free since its sweetness comes from powdered erythritol. It’s actually sugar alcohol that has zero calories and doesn’t spike blood sugar levels. This makes it a great option for folks who are following the keto diet or watching their sugar intake for other dietary reasons.
Not only is this dessert low carb and absolutely delicious, but it’s SO EASY to make. You’ll need to take some time preparing the crust and a custard-like topping. This creates a deliciously layered dessert that has all the flavor and texture you could possibly want! For the best slicing experience, make sure you allow it to cool before cutting and serving.
Don’t settle for a boring dessert table! Instead, whip up something that nobody will expect. This lemon and toasted coconut squares recipe is where it’s at! Everybody will want to taste this zesty goodness and don’t be surprised if they want to know just how you made it! Try this recipe ASAP–you won’t regret it.
If you loved this recipe, you should check out this keto lemon pound cake from Butter Together Kitchen. It’s decadent, moist, and just as zesty as our lemon and toasted coconut squares!
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