Unbeatable Keto Pie Recipes for Every Occasion
By: Amanda Suazo
Make baking fun again with these sweet and flaky keto pie recipes. From childhood classics to no-bake varieties, you can create a sweet finish that won’t max out your macros or disrupt your keto meal plans.
Using low-glycemic sweeteners, healthy fats, and craveable flavors, these tasty keto recipes taste just like grandma’s—all without the carbohydrates or gluten that will make you foggy. These recipes create pies so convincing, even non-keto guests at your table can enjoy them.
Whether you want to celebrate or just need a sweet treat to silence your cravings, keto pie recipes go big on satisfying flavor and quality fats.
Keto pie crusts
Sometimes all you need to create a showstopper dessert is the perfect pie crust. These flaky, gluten-free, low-carb pie crusts are the essential first step. So get your pie pans and low-carb recipes for pie filling ready; it’s pie time.
With a keto pantry staple like almond flour on-hand, you can make this easy low-carb pie crust from Wholesome Yum in about 15 minutes start to finish.
Fill it with your favorite keto-friendly fillings—each slice sets you back 2 grams of net carbs. Add a touch of sweetness with vanilla extract, or leave it out for savory fillings. To stay Bulletproof, make sure you use Bulletproof Grass-Fed ghee.
You only need four simple ingredients to create this nut-free keto pie crust from Sweet As Honey: coconut flour, eggs, coconut oil and salt. Just preheat your oven, follow the mixing instructions in this blogger’s recipe and you’re 30 minutes away from a delicious pie filling!
Each luscious serving takes up 1.5 grams of net carbs and works well with sweet or savory recipes. Baking a sweet pie? Any granulated sweetener should work, like stevia, erythritol or Swerve.
This unconventional keto pie crust from The Frugal Farm Wife requires only two ingredients: shredded coconut and coconut oil. For pie recipes that pair well with coconut, you can bake it or leave it raw—perfect for citrus, fruit or even chocolate fillings.
Chocolate lovers, keep this rich low-carb pie crust from Sugar-Free Mom at the ready! In under 20 minutes, you can mix nut flour, salt, butter, cocoa powder and sweetener to make a tasty base for all your favorite pie fillings. (Can anyone say cheesecake?)
This crust will run you 3.6 grams of net carbs per serving.
No flour needed to make this perfectly freezable, bakeable and flavorful pie crust recipe from Gnom-Gnom.
Simply toast almond flour in a dry skillet and mix with butter, cinnamon, salt and erythritol—just 3 grams of net carbs per serving. Fill with cream cheese filling, chocolate pudding or any low-carb filling your heart desires.
Keto fruit pies
One dessert easy to miss on the keto diet is a rich, sweet, sometimes tart fruit pie. Thankfully, there are many low-carb pie recipes to enjoy. The following fruit pies are a must to anyone that needs a low carb dessert that satisfies all of those fruit pie cravings.
Just like the original recipe, this keto pie from Keto-Paleo creates a lemony filling with butter, sweetener and lemon juice, then pours it into an almond and coconut flour crust before topping with a whipped meringue topping.
This show-stopping pie contains 6 grams of net carbs per slice.
Tip: Bulletproof Collagelatin is a great alternative to conventional gelatin.
This pie from Low Carb Yum makes the most of chayote squash to create apple-like slices that soften and blend seamlessly with cinnamon and ginger.
This buttery pie filling bakes up in a tender almond and coconut flour crust for perfectly sweet results at just 3.7 grams of net carbs per slice.
With this keto pie recipe from Sweet As Honey, you’ll bake up a light coconut flour crust and fill it with silky sugar-free lemon curd.
While you can prep it with the meringue-style frosting, it also tastes amazing with fresh raspberries or blueberries on top. Each slice runs you just over 3 grams of net carbs.
Gelatin helps create a perfectly set pie filling in this delicious sugar-free recipe from Wholesome Yum. After prepping a coconut flour pie crust, mix up a sweet filling out of strawberries, erythritol and gelatin.
This high-protein dessert clocks in at 6 grams of net carbs per slice.
While many keto pie recipes call for heavy cream, this one from Low Carb Yum incorporates fats from coconut milk, butter and shredded coconut. Perfect for anyone avoiding lactose or cutting back on dairy.
Once you bake it, each slice sets you back only 3 grams of net carbs.
Chocolate keto pies
Who says you can’t enjoy a decadent low-carb dessert on the keto diet? Perfect with low-carb ice cream, these chocolate pie recipes don’t sacrifice flavor for carbohydrates.
This spin on keto chocolate pie from All Day I Dream About Food creates a simple almond and coconut flour crust, then tops it with a rich brownie-style filling and a fluffy whipped cream topping.
At less than 6 grams of net carbs per slice, this recipe delivers ultra-decadent chocolate flavor. Don’t do well with dairy? Swap whipping cream with coconut cream chilled overnight in the fridge.
Instead of butter, this silky keto pie from Meat Free Keto incorporates almond butter and coconut milk to make a rich vegan filling—with just over 5 grams of net carbs per slice.
This is a great option if you’re craving a chocolate peanut butter pie but are avoiding legumes or have an intolerance to peanuts.
Can’t decide between fudge and pie? This recipe from Fittoserve Group delivers the best of both: a rich and smooth fudge filling, plus a buttery coconut flour crust.
You can have it ready in under an hour at just over 2 grams of net carbs per serving.
You won’t believe that this keto pie from Healthful Pursuit includes a hidden veggie—shredded zucchini!
Blend it with coconut oil, dark chocolate, sweetener and pecans for a creamy dessert with just over 3 grams of net carbs.
Sometimes that pesky pie craving hits when you don’t have anyone to share with. This mouthwatering “for one” dessert recipe from Gnom-Gnom creates a classic chocolate chip cookie flavor with almond and coconut flours, butter and rich chocolate chunks.
Best of all, you can enjoy the whole thing for 3 grams of net carbs.
If you miss a certain chocolate hazelnut spread, try this keto pie recipe from Pretty Pies.
Hazelnuts and dark chocolate combine into a rich filling that only tastes indulgent with just 5 grams of net carbs.
Keto no-bake pies
No-bake pies are the best combination of ease and convenience. All you need is a fridge, a pie plate and a little patience, and you can create a delicious low-carb dessert.
Using grass-fed Bulletproof Collagelatin and a simple coconut crust, this keto pie captures the smooth, wobbly texture of a conventional pumpkin pie—plus a dose of quality fats from coconut cream and coconut oil.
This holiday classic contains under 6 grams of net carbs per serving.
Avocado adds a green tint and healthy fats to this keto pie from Gnom-Gnom without any off-putting flavor.
Instead, tanginess from fresh lime juice and sweetness from powdered xylitol make this recipe taste just like the original version—with only 3 grams of net carbs.
Not a xylitol fan? Have dogs and avoid keeping it in the house? Any granulated sweetener, such as monk fruit or erythritol, can become powdered using a spice grinder and used in this dish.
With no oven time, this minty cream pie from Pretty Pies comes together in about 15 minutes—the hardest part is waiting for it to chill.
Raw cashews and baby spinach create a creamy green filling, while walnuts and cacao form a dark and dreamy crust. Use the suggested low-carb substitutions for the sweetener and crust to keep this tasty recipe keto. (They’re easy swaps, we promise!)
Although this keto pie recipe from Gnom-Gnom contains half an avocado, you won’t be able to taste it after mixing it with cocoa powder and rich coconut milk using an immersion blender or food processor.
This recipe takes only 20 minutes of active time and creates a delicious single-serve dessert with 5 grams of net carbs.
Make this next: Looking for more low-carb keto desserts? Try these Keto Desserts That’ll Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth.
Want more recipes?
Subscribe to our Recipe Lab newsletter where deliciousness is delivered to your inbox every week!