Get your pumpkin spice fix with our collection of 10 amazingly simple, insanely delicious, keto-friendly Pumpkin Spice Recipes. From low-carb Pumpkin Spice Lattes to Snickerdoodle Cookies to easy Mug Cakes, we’ve got you covered.
There’s no reason to miss out on all the tasty pumpkin spice recipes that are flooding our feeds at this time of year. It’s easier than ever to stay on track with your ketogenic diet over the holiday season.
I like to make up a batch of some of some of these recipes and freeze them. Then I have a ready supply of low-carb food for those times when you need a quick fix.
My favorites to freeze are the Pumpkin Muffins and Pumpkin Pie Bites. They are both seriously yummy, along with all the recipes that I’ve picked for this list!
If you prefer to make your own pumpkin spice or need a substitute, scroll down to below the recipes for more information. All recipes are sugar-free and use natural low-carb sweeteners.
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KETO PUMPKIN SPICE MUG CAKE – make it in 5 Minutes
KETO PUMPKIN SPICE MUG CAKE from Appetite For Energy
The world has gone crazy for mug cakes and pumpkin spice! This recipe combines both of these delights into one, easy and delicious recipe. Make this low-carb pumpkin spice mug cake in 5 minutes and serve with a dollop of heavy cream.
Mug cakes are quick, easy and are a handy snack to pull together in a pinch using pantry ingredients.
★ Pro cooks tip: If you prefer not to cook using the microwave or don’t have one, cook this mug cake in an oven-safe ramekin for 15-20 minutes at 350°F (180°c) until a skewer comes out clean
PUMPKIN MOUSSE RECIPE – LOW CARB, SUGAR-FREE – make it in 5 minutes!
PUMPKIN MOUSSE RECIPE – LOW CARB, SUGAR-FREE from Lisa at Low Carb Yum
This easy Pumpkin Mousse whips up in just 5 minutes using an electric hand mixer. Enjoy the exquisite flavors of fall with this combination of cream cheese, pureed pumpkin, pumpkin spice and whipped cream.
If you’re looking for a great pumpkin spice recipe for entertaining guests and dinner parties, then this is my pick.
★ Pro cooks tip: This tasty sugar-free mousse can be served as is or added to a pie crust to make a no-bake pie, such as the one used in this recipe.
SUUUPER CREAMY PUMPKIN SPICE LATTE – make it in 7 minutes!
SUUUPER CREAMY PUMPKIN SPICE LATTE from Paola at gnom gnom
Don’t miss out on enjoying a steaming hot mug of Pumpkin Spice Latte because you follow a low-carb lifestyle! Make your own keto-friendly pumpkin spice latte with this simple recipe.
★ Pro cooks tip: Make a large batch of Pumpkin Spice Latte mix and simply add your freshly brewed coffee each day. As an optional fat burning extra – add MCT oil powder and/or grass-fed butter to bulletproof your coffee.
HEALTHY PUMPKIN BARS WITH CREAM CHEESE FROSTING – make them in 30 minutes!
HEALTHY PUMPKIN BARS WITH CREAM CHEESE FROSTING from Maya at Wholesome Yum
These low-carb pumpkin bars really are healthy, using canned pumpkin, coconut oil, almond flour, and no refined sugars. They are sweetened with the natural low-carb sweetener, erythritol. Despite the unnatural sounding name, erythritol is derived from plant sources.
Healthy pumpkin bars would be perfect to serve for a kid’s birthday party (see tip below) or enjoy them without the frosting for an everyday snack.
★ Pro cooks tip: Make Healthy Pumpkin Bars in a muffin tin to create a cupcake version of this recipe.
PUMPKIN SPICE BOOSTED KETO COFFEE – make it in 5 minutes!
PUMPKIN SPICE BOOSTED KETO COFFEE from Kyndra at Peace Love & Low-Carb
Who doesn’t want to make a recipe described as Pumpkin Spice Latte meets Bulletproof Coffee? Sounds like an epic movie to me!
This decadent and creamy coffee recipe uses pumpkin spice, MCT oil powder and collagen to make it nice and frothy.
★ Pro cooks tip: To boost the pumpkin spice flavor of this recipe, add some MCT oil powder in Salted Caramel Flavor, sugar-free caramel syrup or sugar-free vanilla syrup.
PUMPKIN MUFFINS WITH COCONUT FLOUR & ALMOND FLOUR – make them in 35 minutes!
PUMPKIN MUFFINS WITH COCONUT FLOUR & ALMOND FLOUR from Maya at Wholesome Yum
Craving a muffin? Keto pumpkin muffins combine coconut flour and almond flour to create the perfect light, fluffy muffin texture. Make a batch and enjoy with a hot cup of tea.
★ Pro cooks tip: Substitute golden flaxseed flour for the almond flour if you want to make a nut-free version due to allergies or for school lunches. To make them quicker, make mini muffins! Pumpkin muffins freeze well too.
KETO PUMPKIN SNICKERDOODLE COOKIE – make them in 25 Minutes!
KETO PUMPKIN SNICKERDOODLE COOKIE from Craig at Ruled Me
What I love most about these low-carb pumpkin snickerdoodle cookies is the sweet pumpkin pie spice mixture that you make to sprinkle over the top of the baked cookies.
Put 2 tsp of erythritol and 1 tsp of pumpkin pie spice in a spice grinder and process. This makes a shimmering, sugar-free mixture that really takes these cookies to the next level.
They also look fancy so are ideal to take to holiday parties and impress your friends and family!
★ Pro cooks tip: Do not store cookies in the fridge. Store in an airtight container as this helps the moisture redistribute throughout the cookie. The flavor actually improves when kept at room temperature!
PUMPKIN PIE BITES – prep it in 20 Minutes!
PUMPKIN PIE BITES from Vicky at Tasteaholics
This roundup would not be complete without a pumpkin spice recipe for fat bombs. This easy, ketogenic recipe uses coconut butter as the star ingredient.
If you haven’t used coconut butter yet, get ready to become a true fan. It is pureed coconut meat (also known as coconut manna) and for those of you (like me) that do not like the taste of coconut oil, coconut butter tastes nothing like it!
★ Pro cooks tip: Place Pumpkin Pie Bites in the freezer to firm up more quickly (20-25 minutes) and store them in the refrigerator (or freezer). If you don’t have pecans, try flaked almonds or just chop up any low-carb nuts such as macadamia nuts, almonds or walnuts and sprinkle over the top.
COCONUT FLOUR PALEO PUMPKIN MUG CAKE – make it in 2 Minutes!
COCONUT FLOUR PALEO PUMPKIN MUG CAKE from Lisa at Low-Carb Yum
This tasty mug cake involves nothing more than tipping the ingredients into a mug and microwave for a minute and a half. It doesn’t get much easier than this to satisfy a sweet tooth when following a keto diet!
The recipe uses pumpkin puree as well as pumpkin spice for that authentic fall flavor.
★ Pro cooks tip: Make a mini cake by slicing the mug cake in half to create 2 rounds. Add frosting between the layers and on top or just use cream cheese or whipped cream. Use Lisa’s frosting recipe or the recipe from Wholesome Yum’s Pumpkin Bars recipe above!
FUDGY PUMPKIN BROWNIES – make them in 30 minutes!
FUDGY PUMPKIN BROWNIES from Katrin at The Sugar-Free Londoner
We’ve saved the best for last in our pumpkin spice recipe collection!
These fudgy, chocolatey spiced pumpkin brownies don’t last long at my house! They are low-carb, gluten-free and grain free but who cares about that??? I just can’t think straight when thinking about these pumpkin brownies. Off to make a batch right now……………..
★ For a more cake-like texture, add ¼ cup almond flour or 3 tbsp coconut flour to the recipe
IS PUMPKIN A LOW-CARB FOOD?
Yes, pumpkin is reasonably low in carbohydrates and can be eaten in moderation on a low-carb or ketogenic diet. Half a cup of mashed pumpkin contains 6g of net carbs. A good way to incorporate pumpkin into a low-carb diet is through desserts such as mug cakes or brownies as these recipes use smaller amounts of pumpkin and when combined with other ingredients, ensure that only small amounts are consumed.
WHAT CAN I SUBSTITUTE FOR PUMPKIN SPICE?
Make your own Pumpkin Pie spice by mixing these ingredients in a bowl:
- 4 tablespoons cinnamon
- 2 tablespoons ground ginger
- 2 tablespoons nutmeg
- 1 tablespoon cloves
If you don’t have all the individual spices, use cinnamon on its own.
WHAT IS A SUBSTITUTE FOR CANNED PUMPKIN PUREE?
Canned pumpkin puree is not commonly found in many countries outside the U.S. such as Australia. If you cannot easily buy canned pumpkin puree, then making your own is easy. Bake a halved pumpkin (seeds removed) in the oven, covered in foil for an hour at 320°F (160°c). When the flesh is tender, use a spoon to scoop out the flesh and puree in a blender or food processor. The puree can be kept in the fridge for 3-5 days or frozen in small portions for baking.
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Everything looks so delicious! I’m on a huge pumpkin kick, so I’ll need to make my way through the list. The hard part is figuring out where to start. Thanks for sharing!
I’m a big fan of the mug cakes, so that’s a good (and quick) place to start!
Great collection of fall recipes for the Keto followers!!!
Hope you enjoy them!
I’m so happy to find so many great recipes on this list. This makes my recipe planning go so much faster!
I’m glad you enjoyed the recipes, Michelle.
This collection looks delicious! I was just looking for some healthier fall desserts!
These are all healthy, sugar-free options….enjoy!