Low carb strawberry shortcake is a dream come true!
One of the best things about the keto diet is that you can still indulge in a delicious treat from time-to-time. You don’t have to avoid your favorite foods–you just have to make a few minor adjustments. For example, this strawberry shortcake recipe is downright delicious, and I dare say you wouldn’t even notice it’s a low carb solution. It has the same great texture and amazing flavor that you know and love. You could easily serve this up to a diverse group of guests, and they would have no idea it is a keto-friendly option. Tell them or not–your secret is safe with me!
So what exactly makes this particular strawberry shortcake recipe a low carb option? First, you’ll rely on almond flour instead of traditional white flour. This greatly cuts the carbs without sacrificing the texture. Don’t worry, you’ll get plenty of sweetness, but it won’t be from sugar! Instead, powdered erythritol and liquid stevia offer all the sweetness you could possibly want while still keeping this dessert sugar-free. Not only is this an excellent treat for all of you low carb foodies out there, but it could also be a tasty treat for anybody watching their sugar intake.
Strawberry shortcake is delicious any time of year but is especially refreshing during those hot weather months. It’s a light treat that’s simple to whip up! To get the full effect of this incredible dessert, sandwich whipped cream and fresh strawberries between two slices of shortcake. Don’t forget to top with whipped cream! This dessert not only tastes AMAZING, but it’s a cute little treat that you can serve up at any occasion.
Try this low carb dessert recipe and watch how quickly your guests line up for it! It’s easy to make and even easier to enjoy!
If you loved this recipe and are looking for more strawberry-flavored desserts, you should check out these low-carb chocolate strawberry cupcakes from Real Balanced. With a tasty, chocolate base, and sweet, strawberry puree, you can’t go wrong!
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