If you’re on a keto or paleo diet and love pumpkin, you’re in the right place. We have the best keto and paleo pumpkin recipes just for you. They’re tasty, easy to make, and you’ll enjoy them as a side dish, snacks, desserts, or treats. You can choose from roasted buttermilk squash with cranberries and pecans, pumpkin spice keto creme brulee, paleo protein balls with chocolate and pumpkin, keto and low carb pumpkin spice muffins, and more. It’s up to you – choose, prepare, serve, and enjoy!
This chocolate pumpkin bark recipe is absolutely amazing, and the combination of pumpkin seeds + chocolate is perfect when you want a snack. Plus, it’s paleo, gluten-free, and vegan. They’re made with three ingredients, just follow the instructions and keep them refrigerated when you’re not eating them. Enjoy!
Flavorful and with a lovely texture, this roasted buttermilk squash with cranberries and pecans recipe is a perfect paleo-friendly side dish for any fall holiday party. In less than half an hour, you’ll have a delicious vegetable crowd-pleaser dish that works well as a make-ahead recipe. Enjoy!
Low carb and keto, these healthy pumpkin cookies are perfect desserts that you’ll not stop eating. They’re ready in a total time of 35 minutes, just follow the cooking steps and enjoy them. Plus, they will last up to a week in the fridge. If you want, you can top the cookies with cream cheese frosting or sandwich them with it. It’s up to you!
If you want to eat a low carb dessert, then this pumpkin spice keto creme brulee is a new way to enjoy pumpkin. It’s a lusciously creamy and super satisfying – creamy custardy texture inside and a delightfully crunchy top. Follow the instructions and serve it garnished with a sprinkling of a pumpkin spice mix. Enjoy!
Flavorful and crunchy, this caramel pumpkin spice granola is loaded up with nuts + seeds, and it’s completely gluten-free, dairy-free, keto, and low carb. Just follow the instructions, remove from the oven, and break up into chunks. If you follow the cooking steps, you’ll have perfect granola for up to six months, if you can make it last that long without eating it all!
These delicious paleo protein balls with chocolate and pumpkin are super easy to make and totally Paleo compliant. It’s a no-bake recipe made with just a few delightful, clean, and whole ingredients. You just blend the ingredients, chill the mixture in the refrigerator, roll into balls, and enjoy!
These keto and low carb pumpkin spice muffins are perfect to go with your coffee in the morning as a delicious sweet treat. Plus, they’re without sugar and grains and are ready in a total of 35 minutes. Follow the instructions and bake for 25-28 minutes. You can freeze these muffins for up to 4 months or place them in an air-tight container and keep them fresh all week. Enjoy!