You will adore this low carb dessert!
Let’s talk about desserts. Parfaits have to be the most refreshing treat out there. Am I right? The layers of cream and fresh fruit make it the ultimate go-to snack–, especially during the warmer weather months. Since spring is among us, it’s only natural to start channeling the warmer-weather vibes. What better way to kick off the change in seasons than enjoying a delicious strawberry cheesecake parfait?
There are SO MANY things to appreciate about this recipe. I’ll start with the most obvious–it’s creamy, flavorful and keto-friendly. If you’re looking for a refreshing dessert that won’t weigh you down, then this is the recipe you need in your life. Not to mention, there’s absolutely no cook time involved! All you need are a few key ingredients and about ten minutes in the kitchen! Finally, a dessert you can whip up on a whim!
You’ll also be happy to learn that this is a sugar-free treat. It’s the perfect solution for low carb foodies, kiddos who don’t need any more sugar, and anybody who needs to watch their glucose levels. Don’t worry; there’s still plenty of sweetness to go around thanks to powdered erythritol. This sugar alcohol is much easier for the body to process and also happy to be much sweeter than regular sugar.
You can also easily customize this recipe! While this one calls for fresh strawberries, you could easily toss in your favorite fruits to make the parfait just how you like it. Enjoy a tasty treat without the guilt by trying out this simple recipe!
Not only does this dessert taste absolutely amazing, but it also serves up beautifully. It’s an excellent choice to enjoy all on your own, but impressive enough to serve up to guests. This is sure to be a true crowd-pleaser!
If you loved this recipe, you should try this keto cheesecake fluff from Joy Filled Eats. Just like our strawberry cheesecake parfait, this dessert is light, creamy, and will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth!
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