There’s no reason why you can’t enjoy a good keto brownie recipe on a keto diet.
And bonus -there are some really good ketogenic chocolate keto brownie recipes out there!
The first keto brownies recipe is only 5 ingredients, with 1 gram of net carbs!
So if you’re looking for a recipe that’s quick, simple and has very few ingredients – then this might be the one for you.
The recipe has been tested using several keto-friendly sweeteners such as xylitol, Lakanto, and powdered Swerve.
It looks like the best option has been xylitol as it takes much longer to dry out the brownies, ensuring they stay gooey.
If you want a cakey type of brownie recipe, this keto almond flour brownie recipe is just that.
This keto brownie recipe uses up to 9 ingredients, and comes out to 16 servings for a total of 3 carbs each!
This recipe calls for powdered erythritol as the sweetener and has no salt. Which, isn’t entirely unusual.
Though, I recommend adding a pinch of salt which will help improve the sweetness of the recipe.
With only 6 ingredients, this keto brownie recipe definitely needs to be tried out! The recipe calls for using traditional keto staples such as almond flour and powdered erythritol as the sweetener of choice.
What I like about this recipe is it uses a combination of cocoa powder and chocolate to achieve a chocolatey AND fudgy flavor.
If it wasn’t for the almond flour and sweetener, you’d think it was a real brownie!
But what’s great is a lot of keto brownie recipes taste close to the real brownies, anyways.
These keto chocolate brownies make 9 brownies. With 8 total carbs and only 2 grams of net carbs per brownie.
This recipe uses a good bulk of unsweetened cocoa powder vs mixing in some sort of sugar-free melted chocolate.
I’d have to assume these brownies are more cake-like, because of that. And the pictures look that way.
So if you like a brownie that has a more cake-like texture, this one might be for you!
Wow, these brownies look super moist and fudgy!
This impressive low carb brownie recipe is only 8 ingredients and makes 12 servings.
Each serving comes to a total of 4 carbs or 2 net carbs.
I’d have to assume the secret to this brownie recipe is the amount of butter used. It uses 10 tablespoons of butter!
It’s amazing how each brownie looks so amazingly different.
This ketogenic brownie looks like a real brownie – but it also looks like it could be a recipe used as a cake!
The recipe itself is only 8 ingredients and makes 12 brownies.
The nutrition calculates the total carbs at 16.9 carbs with 2.65 grams of net carbs. I’m assuming the total carb calculation does not remove the sugar alcohols from erythritol, which is why it’s so high.
I love the look of these brownies as they look super fudgy and delicious!
This brownie recipe calls for melting keto-friendly sugar-free chocolate and cocoa powder to make the brownies.
The batch makes 12 brownies with only 7 ingredients.
For the carbs, it looks like it comes out to 5 total carbs and 3 net carbs per brownie.
Although this website is not known for creating keto recipes, I have to admit this fudgy brownie recipe looks bomb!
The recipe doesn’t look too different than the other brownie recipes, but it does use stevia glycerite instead of erythritol.
Each batch comes out to 16 servings of brownies, which is enough to last a while.
The total carbs come out to 3 carbs per brownie or 2 net carbs per brownie.
These chocolate brownies are super fudgy, rich, moist and thick with a chewy center and crispy edges.
The recipe calls for using Golden Monk Fruit sweetener as the sweetener of choice.
And, it’s so easy to make and takes less than 30 minutes to make a batch!
This comes out to 16 servings of brownies while using 11 ingredients. For a total of 5 carbs and 3 net carbs.
The combination of cocoa powder and baking chocolate is what makes this sugar free brownie recipe successful.
The bakers chocolate helps hold the brownies together while also providing intense chocolate flavor.
This recipe has 8 ingredients and uses coconut flour as the base flour, unlike the other brownies in this list.
Each batch makes 8 brownies for a total of 5 carbs or 3 net carbs. Yum!