Almond Raspberry Keto Bakewell Tart

Almond Raspberry Keto Bakewell Tart

A glorious and flavorful keto Bakewell tart is the perfect addition to your summer picnic, fancy tea, or after dinner dessert. Packed with raspberry jam and a sugar-free almond frangipane, this low carb delight will soon become a family favorite.

Okay, I admit it. I love British baking, British history, the British countryside, British literature, and British murder mystery shows. When I was in college, I spent a semester in Oxford, England, and it was just one of those places I felt completely comfortable in. I’ve traveled to many countries, but England is the one I really feel a connection with and could call home.

While my daughter and I are planning trips to London, Oxford, and some other villages in the countryside, we often like to bake.

This keto Bakewell tart recipe came out of one of those inspirations. It seems so exactly like something you’d eat for afternoon tea or a picnic dessert. We decided it was perfect, and it was necessary to remake it in keto form.

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Delicious raspberry almond keto Bakewell tart is the perfect low carb recipe for tea time or a special sugar-free dessert. #ketodessert #lowcarbdessert

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For future reference, Harry, it is raspberry…although of course, if I were a Death Eater, I would have been sure to research my own jam preferences before impersonating myself.

J. K. Rowling

Author, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Why is it called a Bakewell tart?

First of all, did you know there is a town in England called Bakewell? Yes, indeed! It’s located in a beautiful spot in Derbyshire in the Peak District of the UK.

Now, a Bakewell tart is traditionally a shortcrust pastry with layers of jam and frangipane topped with flaked almonds. It’s a variation on the older Bakewell pudding which originated guess where? Why in Bakewell, of course!

Glorious layers of raspberry jam and frangipane make up the keto Bakewell tart. A low carb dessert at its finest. #ketodessert #lowcarbrecipes

There are many ways to make the Bakewell tart nowadays, made popular at village fêtes and picnics. Then they were taken to the next level by British food writers and TV personalities. Which is how we came to know about the tart.

From what I can tell, raspberry is the most popular flavor to include in the tart, which suits me perfectly. It has a distinct flavor that works particularly well with almonds and even the keto diet. The cherry Bakewell tart is another common flavor I may have to try during the cherry picking season!

For a Keto Bakewell Tart you’ll need : 

Beautiful almond raspberry flavors a keto Bakewell tart. Perfect for a low carb tea or special gluten-free dessert. Sugar-free and delicious! #lowcarbdessert #ketorecipes

How to make a Keto Bakewell Tart

Gluten-free almond flour crust

To begin an almond flour crust, first, whisk together the almond flour and sweetener. Then carefully mix in the melted butter so it comes together as moist crumbs.

Second, push the mixture into a tart pan or a pie plate. Use your hands or the bottom of a flat glass to evenly press the mixture around the bottom and sides of the pan. Make sure to get it in all the corners!

Next, bake the tart shell at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 12 minutes. Then remove it and let cool to prepare for the filling.

Pieces of keto Bakewell tart will be welcome at any low carb table! Delicious sugar-free raspberry jam and almond frangipane in an almond flour tart shell. #ketodessert #lowcarbtea

Almond frangipane filling

Before we begin on the frangipane filling, don’t forget the raspberry jam! Spread the 5 tablespoons of raspberry jam evenly around the bottom of the tart crust, not up the sides, just on the bottom.

Now, take a large bowl or standing mixer and mix together the butter and sweetener for a minute or two. Add in the eggs and almond extract and then mix in the almond flour.

TIP: If you use Swerve as the sweetener, it will crystallize in the frangipane when not eaten right away. Therefore if you use Swerve I suggest making and serving the same day. We also like to use the equivalent amount of Lakanto Monk Fruit sweetener.

Next, spoon the filling into the tart shell in blobs then push it in gently together so the raspberry jam stays on the bottom as a layer. Smooth it out on top with an icing spatula or knife. Then bake it at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25-35 minutes or until it’s set.

A piece of flavorful keto Bakewell tart will be a huge low carb hit at a picnic or party. #ketorecipes #lowcarbdessert

Creamy keto icing

To make the creamy keto icing I like for the topping, first, take out a medium to a large bowl. Mix together the cream cheese and sweetener until no lumps remain. Now once well-combined, add in all the other ingredients. I find it easiest to use a standing or hand mixer and blend everything together for about 2 minutes.

Once the icing is ready, spread it on the completely cooled frangipane tart. Even it out again with the icing spatula or knife to completely cover the almond filling.

Next is the fun part! Decoration time. Use a spoon or even a piping bag with a small hole with about 2 more tablespoons of the sugar-free raspberry jam. You are going to want to make stripes about an inch apart on the white icing. Then take a toothpick and run it back and forth between the stripes the opposite way to create a feathered design.

Chill it to set the icing and serve at a fabulous tea, picnic, or for dessert tonight!

Bite of a delicious keto Bakewell tart with raspberrry and almond frangipane. A fabulous low carb dessert perfect for a keto diet. #ketodiet #ketodesserts

 

Tea to the English is really a picnic indoors.

Alice Walker

Novelist

Low carb desserts for summer

What kinds of desserts do you love in summer? While I don’t eat a lot of fruit on a keto diet, small quantities of raspberries, strawberries, and blueberries can make the perfect flavorings for summer dishes. Whether it be cakes, tarts, ice cream, or trifle, I am an admitted lover of sweets.

Luckily for me, I can still get my fill of dessert without all the sugar.

So, give this dessert a try while you’re planning your own trip to London or around the UK. Hmmm…I may need to add Derbyshire to my itinerary! Yum.

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A Keto Bakewell tart is the perfect low carb dessert addition to any tea or picnic, even for tonight's gluten-free dessert! Sugar-free and delicious, the family will love this keto diet treat. #ketodesserts #lowcarbdessertsketo #lowcarbdesserts

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Need more tea time or dessert recipes?

You will love these low carb cinnamon pecan cookies!

Cinnamon Pecan Cookies are low carb gluten-free bites of goodness. #glutenfreecookies #lowcarbdessert

Printable Recipe

Keto Bakewell Tart

The classic British Bakewell tart with a beautiful almond frangipane, raspberry jam, and a delicious icing top.
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time35 mins
Total Time50 mins
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: British, Gluten-Free, Keto, Ketogenic, Low Carb
Keyword: keto bakewell tart, keto dessert, low carb bakewell tart
Servings: 12
Calories: 234kcal
Author: Explorer Momma

Ingredients

  • 2 cups almond flour, finely ground
  • 1/4 cup sweetener, such as Swerve Confectioner's
  • 5 tbsp melted butter

Filling

  • 5 tbsp sugar-free raspberry jam
  • 10 tbsp butter, softened
  • 2/3 cup sweetener (such as Swerve Confectioner's)
  • 1 1/3 cups finely ground almond flour
  • 2 beaten eggs
  • 1 tsp almond extract

Icing

  • 1/4 cup powdered sweetener (such as Swerve Confectioner's)
  • 1 tsp almond extract
  • 3 oz cream cheese
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 2 tbsp raspberry jam (for decoration)

Instructions

Almond flour crust

  • Whisk together the almond flour and sweetener. Then mix in the melted butter so it comes together as moist crumbs.
  • Push the mixture into a tart pan or pie plate. Use your hands or the bottom of a flat glass to evenly press the mixture around the bottom and sides of the pan.
  • Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 12 minutes. Remove and let cool to prepare for the filling.

Filling

  • Spread the 5 tablespoons of raspberry jam evenly around the bottom of the tart crust.
  • Take a large bowl or standing mixer and mix together the butter and sweetener. Add in the eggs and almond extract then mix in the almond flour.
  • Place the filling in the tart in blobs then push it in gently so the raspberry jam stays on the bottom as a layer. Smooth it out and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25-35 minutes or until it's set.

Icing

  • Mix together the cream cheese and sweetener until no lumps remain. Once well-combined, add in all the other ingredients. Using a standing or hand mixer blend them for about 2 minutes.
  • Spread icing on the completely cooled tart. Take about 2 more tablespoons of raspberry jam and make stripes on the white icing. Then take a toothpick and run it back and forth in stripes the opposite way to create a feathered design. Chill to set the icing and serve!

Notes

Nutrition Facts

Servings 12.0
Amount Per Serving: 1 piece
Calories 234
 
Total Fat 23 g  
Saturated Fat 12 g  
Monounsaturated Fat 4 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 85 mg  
Sodium 90 mg  
Potassium 17 mg  
Total Carbohydrate 4 g  
Dietary Fiber 1 g  
Sugars 1 g  
Protein 4 g
*Nutrition Facts per MyFitnessPal.com. For most accurate facts, calculate your own with the exact ingredients you use in the recipe.

Nutrition Disclaimer

Please be aware I am not a medical specialist or nutritional professional. On this blog, I share recipes and what works for me. Please do not take anything on this blog as medical advice and always consult with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program. I use MyFitnessPal.com to calculate nutrition facts as a courtesy to my readers, and I remove erythritol from the final carb count and net carb count because does not affect my own blood glucose levels.
 
 
This is as accurate as possible, but it’s best to independently calculate nutritional information on your own with the specific ingredients you use. I expressly disclaim any and all liability of any kind with respect to any act or omission wholly or in part in reliance on anything contained in this website.

Keto Cut Out Sugar Cookies

Keto Cut Out Sugar Cookies

Preview: Keto cut out sugar cookies are a must around any holiday! Buttery deliciousness and the perfect family activity. Kids love to roll these out and select the shapes. Frosted or not, these are the perfect holiday cookies!

On the ninth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me!

It’s the 12 Days of Keto Christmas Cookies, and we’re on cookie number 9! Keto cut out sugar cookies are a necessity in our household. In fact, I grew up on Grandma’s cut out butter cookie recipe. They’re my dad’s favorite cookie at Christmas, and we’ve used the same cookie cutters since I was a small child. 

Now that my daughter and I eat gluten-free and sugar-free we needed another option! It’s a family tradition to make the holiday-shaped cookies and frost them uniquely. Don’t you think?

To be sure, it’s extremely difficult for me not to eat the dough, lick the frosting, and eat several cookies during this process. It’s even harder for a kid not to lick the spoon and sample the cookies as they’re made! So many of my recipes come out of the need to provide a healthier, tasty alternative for my girl.

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Keto Cut Out Sugar Cookies are so fun for kids and family activity at Christmas or any holiday. Buttery low carb cookies to hold the perfect holiday shapes. #ketocookies #lowcarbdesserts

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Family traditions: Frosting the cookies

Frosting the cookies at Christmas is a laughter-filled, colorful tradition kids look forward to every year! For me, Christmas traditions are all about family and home and being present to enjoy time together. We have the busy outdoor activities like ice skating, snowman building, Christmas lights viewing, and so many more. Don’t neglect the cozy around the kitchen projects!

Whether we like it or not, food brings us together. Of course, I love food as does anyone, but it makes it difficult for those with allergies or health restrictions. This recipe gives us a chance for everyone in the family to participate and share in laughter together.

When we make cookies, I let the kids select the frosting colors to use. We generally separate the frosting out into about 4-5 different colors. You can find some great natural food coloring options or use the normal set from the grocery store.

Kids making keto cut out sugar cookies. #kidsbake #ketocookies

 

C is for cookie, that’s good enough for me!

Cookie Monster

To make keto cut out sugar cookies you’ll need: 

What you need for Christmas cookie baking. #christmascookies #lowcarbcookies

How to make keto cut out sugar cookies

Cut out cookies can seem intimidating, but they’re really actually pretty easy! All you have to do is follow the steps, and you’ll get a pretty, buttery, cookie anyone would love to eat at a holiday party.

First, get all the ingredients and supplies out and preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Second, prepare 2 baking sheets with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat. Then, take out a large bowl and beat together the butter and sweetener. Add the eggs in one at a time beating them as you go.

After that, take another bowl and whisk together the almond flour, gelatin, salt, and baking soda. Slowly add the dry ingredients to the wet and mix them in slowly until everything is fully incorporated and a dough is formed. Chill the dough in the refrigerator for at least half an hour.

I take half the dough out to roll to about 1/4 of an inch thick and leave the rest in the fridge to continue to chill.

Keto Cut Out Sugar Cookies closeup

Tip: Roll the dough out sprinkling on some extra almond flour. If it sticks you can roll it between two pieces of parchment paper handling it as little as possible.

Have all members of the family pick out their favorite cookie cutters and cut out the cookies! Put them on the baking sheets about an inch apart, and bake them for 10-12 minutes or until the edges only just start to brown.

Let the cookies cool for 20 minutes on the pan until they can be moved to a cooling rack. Once completely cooled, you and the kids can top your cookies with your favorite keto frosting. Have fun decorating!

Keto Cut Out Sugar Cookies frosted in fun colors #familychristmas #lowcarbrecipes

It’s hard to be sad when you’re eating a cookie!

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Family time around the holidays

I have some of my favorite family memories around Christmas time. It can be difficult to plan activities and be actively involved with the kids and other family members, but it is so important! Not everything has to be Pinterest perfect, mine are not. However, my kids LOVE to take time to play a board game, play basketball, or make cookies. My mindset has to change to make time to separate work time and time for family.

Cookie baking and everyday activities are priceless memories to a child when you do them together! So have fun, be silly, and enjoy your time together! They will remember it!

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Keto cut out sugar cookies are delicious, buttery, goodness. A great low carb recipe for Christmas family time. #ketocookies #lowcarbrecipes

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Merry Christmas and happy cookie decorating!

 

Keto Cut Out Sugar Cookies Printable Recipe

Keto Cut Out Sugar Cookies

Festive keto cut out sugar cookies are just like you used to make as a kid! Use different cutter shapes for every holiday and let the kids go wild with these delicious cookie treats!
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time12 mins
Chill time30 mins
Total Time27 mins
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American, Gluten-Free, Keto, Ketogenic, Low Carb
Keyword: keto cut out sugar cookies
Servings: 24
Calories: 131kcal
Author: Lauren Gonikishvili

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup butter softened
  • 1 cup sweetener Swerve Confectioner's
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 3 cups finely ground almond flour
  • 1 tbsp gelatin
  • 1 tsp salt

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit and prepare 2 baking sheets.
  • In a large bowl, beat together the butter and sweetener then add the eggs in one at a time.
  • Take another bowl and whisk together the almond flour, gelatin, salt, and baking soda.
  • Slowly add the dry ingredients to the wet and mix them in slowly until fully incorporated.
  • Form into a dough and chill for at least half an hour.
  • Roll the dough out between two pieces of parchment paper to 1/4 of an inch thickness.
  • Bake for 10-12 minutes or until the edges just begin to brown.
  • Let the cookies cool for 20 minutes on the pan until they can be moved to a cooling rack.
  • Once completely cooled, top your cookies with your favorite keto frosting. Have fun decorating.

Notes

Nutrition Facts

Servings 24.0
Amount Per Serving 1 cookie
calories 131
 
Total Fat 12 g  
Saturated Fat 3 g  
Monounsaturated Fat 6 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 2 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 26 mg  
Sodium 156 mg  
Potassium 107 mg  
Total Carbohydrate 3 g  
Dietary Fiber 1 g  
Sugars 1 g  
Protein 4 g
*Nutrition Facts per MyFitnessPal.com. For most accurate facts, calculate your own with the exact ingredients you use in the recipe.

Need more keto cookie recipes?

Does your family love pumpkin at Christmas? Try these keto pumpkin cookies.

Stack of keto pumpkin cookies, pumpkin spice and chocolate gluten-free, low carb goodness! #sugarfreecookies #ketopumpkin

Nutrition Disclaimer

Please be aware I am not a medical specialist or nutritional professional. On this blog, I share recipes and what works for me. Please do not take anything on this blog as medical advice and always consult with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program. I use MyFitnessPal.com to calculate nutrition facts as a courtesy to my readers, and I remove erythritol from the final carb count and net carb count because does not affect my own blood glucose levels.
This is as accurate as possible, but it’s best to independently calculate nutritional information on your own with the specific ingredients you use. I expressly disclaim any and all liability of any kind with respect to any act or omission wholly or in part in reliance on anything contained in this website.

Keto Coconut Lime Dessert Mousse

Keto Coconut Lime Dessert Mousse

Creamy with a punch of lime! Can you believe this fabulous coconut lime dessert mousse is keto? Sugar-free, low carb, and gluten-free, you can even make it vegan if you wish by subbing a vegan gelatin like agar powder!

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Lately, I’ve been in a citrusy spring sort of mood. We’ve had fabulous 70s and sunshiny weather so the kitchen’s been full of lemons, limes, and all citrus scents! These always have the desired effect of getting me in the mood for spring and summer weather. Citrus not only wakes you up but is generally cheerful and refreshing.

Did you know lime in particular also has cleansing benefits great for purifying? So that means it can purify your skin, the air, get creative! Moreover, in my book, it also means it’s a great choice for a dessert! A coconut lime dessert? Yes, please!

Coconut lime dessert mousse side view with lime slices

Low carb coconut lime dessert mousse

To be honest with you, I came up with this dessert more as a snack for myself. I’d envisioned it for the warm mid-afternoon time when you need a little treat to hold you happy until dinner. I discovered that others in my family quickly snap them up as well (as long as I don’t tell my son they’re sugar-free!). So I thought about it, and in a pretty dish, I decided they’d make a very nice dinner or late lunch dessert. Do you know what? I was right!!

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Coconut lime dessert mousse close-up overhead

We use quite a bit of gelatin collagen protein around here for summer desserts. It’s a good option when you want to get away from ice cream or something frozen. Be choosy about your gelatin to get the most health benefits! Do some exploring, but try to use a grass-fed gelatin similar to this one: Great Lakes Gelatin, Certified Paleo Friendly, Beef Gelatin Collagen Protein. Collagen is amazingly good for you and helps out with skin and hair health. It can reduce joint pains and other inflammation, heal the inside walls of your gut, and so much more! Hey! That covers a ton of my extended family’s health issues so I know I need to take huge advantage of this beneficial ingredient. There are a lot of ways to eat it I’m just now starting to explore.

Note: If you eat vegan, you can make the recipe substituting a vegan gelatin. I would suggest agar powder, although I haven’t tried it that way. Let me know how it comes out if you do!

How to make a keto coconut lime dessert mousse

First

To make your coconut lime dessert, first, you’ll want to gather all your ingredients and kitchen supplies. The recipe makes six servings so get out six ramekins or other pretty individual dessert dishes. Here’s another hint! If you’re not serving them for after dinner and they’re just for snacks, I’ve been known to put them in glass containers with snap-on lids for easy storage in the refrigerator! Then they wait for me to grab them for a quick mid-afternoon snack. I love it!

Coconut lime dessert mousse vertical overhead

Second

Once you have all the ingredients out, take out a saucepan and a medium-sized bowl. Usually, the full-fat coconut milk comes in a 13-14 ounce can, and you will use the entire thing. Also, it will separate in the can so pour about a fourth of a cup of the liquid portion in the bowl with a tablespoon of gelatin. You may have to use a spoon to dig through the solidified coconut milk to get to the liquid, but don’t worry! It’s there!

Next

Mix together the gelatin and 1/4 cup coconut milk in the bowl for the gelatin to soften then turn your attention to the saucepan. In it, pour one cup of unsweetened almond milk and the rest of the can of full-fat coconut milk. Heat this mixture on a medium-high heat until the solid portion has melted and the milks mix together to nearly boiling, but not quite.

Then

After that, take the saucepan off the heat and add the teaspoon of vanilla. Pour the milk mixture into the gelatin and whisk it together. Continue to whisk and add in the sweetener (I use Swerve confectioners but use the sweetener of your choice). Now you’re going to add your lime flavoring. I personally like to use 4-5 drops of lime essential oil, but I know many people do not keep those on hand! It’s just so easy, and I admit it’s great if you’re trying to get your coconut lime dessert in the fridge in a hurry.

However, if you’re going to use a fresh lime, zest and juice it. Then, add both the zest and juice to your milk mixture. Now, right here I think, milk? Lime?! Together? That will curdle! But don’t worry, you’re using coconut and almond milk in your coconut lime dessert so it’s not going to be a problem.

How to get mousse bubbles

You can tell already this is not your normal coconut lime dessert mousse recipe. So how do you get those delightful little pockets of air in your mousse? Well, in this case, there’s this magically wonderful appliance called a blender. I’ve talked about how much I love my high powered blender in other blog posts so I won’t proliferate on the subject today. Only this – I LOVE my Vitamix and use it practically every day! If you don’t have a high powered blender you can use a regular one, but you may have to blend it a little longer to get those awesome bubbles!

Coconut lime dessert mousse with tea towel

Blend the mousse on high speed for a good 40 seconds or until you can see bubbles forming and everything is well mixed. This will also break up any lumps of sweetener or larger pieces of zest that may otherwise be tempted to sink to the bottom. If it’s not well combined and quickly put in the refrigerator, it can separate.

Once it’s had a good blending, pour six equal portions into your serving dishes. Chill it in the refrigerator for at LEAST two hours to set. Before serving, sprinkle a good teaspoon of unsweetened shredded coconut on top along with more zest and a half a slice of lime for decoration. I like it just like that, but you could also whip up 1/2 a cup of heavy cream with 1 tablespoon of sweetener for topping if you wish.

Want more keto recipes?

Try this amazing low carb skillet breakfast hash!

Low carb skillet breakfast hash

Benefits of dessert

What are your favorite summer desserts? I love to get ideas and play with them to make them keto. This is selfishly for myself, but also for others eating a ketogenic diet to enjoy! In addition, the bonus with using a sweetener like Swerve or monk fruit is you still get to enjoy those desserts while staying sugar-free! Pretty desserts have great benefits in improving my mood and making my stomach happy.

So imagine yourself now, sitting outside in a beach lounge chair. You have a fabulous floppy sun hat, the sea or a lake in the distance, and a good book, like my current read, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. You’re calm and happy and friends are coming over for dinner. You’re not worried! You have the meat and grill ready, the table’s set, and the rest is in the fridge ready to go, including your beautiful coconut lime dessert mousse!

Now, if you please, list your favorite desserts in the comments you’d like to see with a new keto makeover!

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor or medical practitioner. Please consult your own physician for any medical advice. I share only what has worked for me and the recipes I love!

Coconut lime dessert mousse

Keto Coconut Lime Dessert Mousse

A creamy low carb coconut lime dessert or snack with a refreshing punch of lime.
Prep Time15 mins
Total Time2 hrs 15 mins
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American, Gluten-Free, Keto, Low Carb
Servings: 6 servings
Calories: 131kcal
Author: Lauren

Ingredients

  • 1 can canned coconut milk (full-fat) 13-14 oz.
  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 tbsp unflavored gelatin grass-fed
  • 1/2 cup sweetener confectioner's style (Swerve or monk fruit)
  • 3 tbsp lime juice (or use 4-5 drops of lime essential oil)
  • 1 tbsp lime zest
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp shredded coconut unsweetened

Instructions

  • Prepare 6 ramekins or dessert dishes.
  • Add about a fourth of a cup of the liquid portion of the coconut milk in a bowl with a tablespoon of gelatin.
  • Mix it together for the gelatin to soften.
  • In a saucepan, heat the rest of the coconut milk and 1 cup almond milk on a medium high heat until nearly boiling. The solidified coconut milk will melt down and mix with the almond milk.
  • Take it off the heat and add 1 teaspoon of vanilla.
  • Pour the mixture into the bowl with the gelatin.
  • Whisk together the gelatin and milk.
  • Then whisk in the 1/2 cup of sweetener.
  • Mix in the lime essential oil or zest and juice.
  • Pour the mixture in a high power blender and blend on high for 40-50 seconds.
  • Divide the mixture evenly between the 6 dessert dishes.
  • Refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
  • Just before serving, sprinkle about a teaspoon of unsweetened shredded coconut on each as well as a bit of extra lime zest for color (optional).

Notes

Fat and calories per My Fitness Pal.

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