Whether you're looking for a low carb fall dessert that's elegant enough to serve at a Thanksgiving feast or just want a simple seasonal treat, these desserts won't dissapoint. Some are premade which making them a major time saver. While others require a little baking magic to bring them to life.  Either way all of them are perfect for fall.

Pumpkin Truffles

From: Low Carb Yum

With a pumpkin flavored, creamy peanut butter like consistency, coated in a superb sugar free chocolate ganache (that somehow manage to have less than 1 net carb each) these trufles are an amazing low carb fall treat. Just like the pecan pie protein bites, they are perfect to serve at a holiday gathering or give out as gifts. The combined total of the prep and cook time is about 30 minutes. However, the recipe makes 45 truffles...so 30 minutes of time seems well worth it.

Keto Pumpkin Cream Cheese Pound Cake

From: Fit To Serve

This pound cake recipe definitely has some work involved with it. However, if you're willing to put in the work you'll be rewarded with a super moist, yet light, tasty pumpkin dessert that only has 3.5 net carbs per serving. It's so tasty and is pretty to look at that it's probably my favorite low carb fall dessert idea. If you are looking for a spectacular Thanksgiving dessert to serve at your feast, look no further than this pound cake.

Keto Peanut Butter Pie

From Fit Mom Journey

This keto peanut butter pie is probably the most decadent keto friendly dessert I've discoved. If you love really sweet desserts, this is for you. I'm pretty sure it can tackle the most savage of sweet tooths. It's also very filling which is great when you want a satisfying low carb fall dessert for those cold, crisp autumn nights.

It's no bake, but both the filling and pie crust need to be made from scratch. But despite that it's still a pretty easy dessert to prepare.

Cinnamon Apple Crumb Cake

From: I Breathe, I'm Hungry

This recipe is delicious! Not only is it low carb but it's gluten free too. While I love just about all things pumpkin during the fall season, I equally love apple and cinnamon flavors and scents too! If you're looking for a low carb fall dessert that isn't pumpkin based, at only 5 net carbs per slice, I'd recommend trying out this recipe.

In full disclosure...it does require a good amount of preparation and baking, so you'll want to make sure you have some free time on your hands. On the upside, it will make your house smell amazing as it bakes.

P.S. This cinnamon apple crumb cake is great to serve as a low carb Christmas dessert too.

Pumpkin Cupcakes

From: Keto Cookie Christian

Celebrate fall with these sweet, low carb pumpkin muffins. Looking at them, it's hard to believe that they are only 4 net carbs each. They are great treat to indulge in at home but are elegant enough to serve at your Thanksgiving Day feast.

If you like the combination of pumpkin and chocolate, try mixing some keto friendly chocolate chips into the batter.

Pumpkin Snickerdoodle Bites

Snickerdoodle anything is perfect to serve in fall and straight through the holiday season. And if you like all things snickerdoodle and pumpkin, these snickerdoodle bites are sure to hit the spot. The combination of the two flavors makes for a super festive, low carb fall dessert. They have the taste of a traditional snickerdoodle with the perfect amount of pumpkin flavor. They are made from scratch and offer an a gluten free option too.

Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake

From: Orison Orchards

Get ready for a showstopper because this is no ordinary keto friendly, cheesecake. It's an exceptional double layer, phenomenon! The bottom layer is plain cheese cake, topped by an oh so delicous pumpkin flavored cheesecake. At only 4.2 net carbs per serving, the end result is the most decadent low carb fall dessert you can dream of.

No Bake Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake Bites

From: Beauty And The Foodie

If you're looking for a delicious (yet quick) low carb fall dessert, these no bake pumpkin pie cheesecakes bites are an excellent choice. The recipe doesn't call for many ingredients making them a cost effective treat. They also don't require any baking and only take 15 minutes to prepare. Best of all they only have 2 net carbs per serving. So whether you need to whip up a dessert for a party or simply want an indulgent dessert for yourself these are a great option.

Pecan Pumpkin Spice Keto Mug Cake

From: Sugarless Crystals

If you haven't tried some version of a mug cake, you don't know what you're missing out on. Mug cakes are a microwavable treat that are super easy to prepare. When the air is cold and you've had a long day and desperately could use something warm and sweet this mug cake is your best friend.

This pecan pumpkin spice mug cake deliciously incorporates all of the classic flavors of fall and will warm you up making it a delightful low carb fall dessert. Don't have the energy to bake?  No worries, this recipe only takes 3 1/2 minutes to prepare and 1 1/2 minutes to cook.  It doesn't get much simpler than that.

Fudge Stuffed Peanut Butter Cookie

At 7 net carbs per cookie these are a little bit higher than some of the other low carb fall dessert but because each cookie contains good amount of fat and protein (almost 10 grams) it is a very filling treat. So you may find that just one cookie hits the spot.

Each peanut butter cookie is packed with a rich, fudgy filling that's completed with chococlate drizzled over the top of the cookie. Despite it's rich chocolate flavor these cookies are low in sugar and are gluten free.

Cinnamon Roll Cookies

The combination of the cinnamon flavor and sweet frosting on these cookies is amazing! This low carb fall dessert is an excellent alternative to a traditional cinnimon rolls. The flavor is so good it's hard to believe that it's low carb...but it is. It's only 2.8 net carbs per cookie. And there is a gluten free option available.

Low Carb Pecan Pie Protein Bites

Andrea's Protein Cakery

You know the saying...a picture speaks a thousand words. And boy does the picture of these pecan pie protein bites. I mean seriously, how adorable are they? These little cuties contain all of the delicious flavor of a pecan pie. They are the perfect low carb fall dessert to serve at Thanksgiving, give as a thank you gift and of course to be enjoyed at home. They are simple to make and only have 5 net carbs per square.

Low Carb Pumpkin Cake Mix

This low carb pumkin cake mix is a great option if you like to bake but want to use a baking mix made of quality ingredients. The mix is both sugar and gluten free. There is also a dariy free option.

The cake batter is super easy to prepare. Only butter, eggs and canned pumpkin need to be added to the mix. Then in just over 20 minutes you'll have a scrumptious pumpkin cake that is only 3 net carbs per serving. The cake freezes well so it's a great low carb fall dessert to keep on hand for the holiday season.

You can also add on a streusel topping mix. The only ingredient that needs to be added to that is coconut oil. Not a fan of streusal topping? Try topping the cake with a low carb vanilla frosting.

Low Carb Pumpkin Pie

From: LowCarbYum.com

What says fall more than pumpkin pie? But this fall fovrite tends to be loaded with sugar and carbs. That's what's great about this pumpkin pie, it's low carb, low in sugar, packed with protein and gluten free as well. You can't say all that about a traditional pumpkin pie.

Keto Pecan Glazed Pumpkin Pie

From: Fit To Serve

This keto dessert is a tasty, jazzed up version of a traditional pumpkin pie. By incorporating a pecan glaze to this classic dessert, it adds another dimension fall, inspired flavor. It does require making everything including the crust from scratch, but considering it's only 4.1 carbs per slice, I'd say it's worth the work.

Low Carb Butter Pecan Cookies

From: All Day I Dream About Food

This recipe is so simple yet so good. It has all of the flavor of a traditional buttery, shortbread cookies The texture is perfect too. They are crispy on the oustside and soft on the inside. The addition of pecans makes them a festive, low carb fall dessert. It's easy to whip up batch of these delightful treats too. And it's only 2 net carbs per serving...but guess what? A serving size is 2 cookies! Score!

Keto Cinnamon Cookies

These cinnamon keto cookies can be enjoyed all year long, but when fall rolls around and you're looking for a fall flavored treat that doesn't require any prep work these are a fantastic choice. They are chewy, moist and packed with protein. Each cookie is indiviudally wrapped making it convenient to throw in your bag and take on the go.

Low Carb Protein Candy Corn

If you love candy corn and are willing to put in a little bit of work, using this recipe you can actually create a yummy, low carb, high protein, replica of this classic fall candy. This recipe uses wholesome ingredients and creates about 150 pieces of candy corn.

A serving size is a whopping 25 pieces that has 11 grams of protein and only 3 net carb (which means not only will you're sweet tooth be satisfied but it will also fill you up and you won't experience a sugar induced crash after the fact. Whereas a serving size of Brach's candy corn is only 11 pieces and has 27 grams of carbs and 0 grams of protein.

Pecan Low Carb Chocolate Cookies

If you love pecan flavored treats, these pecan cookies are worth checking out. Each cookie is topped with a pecan and drizzled in decadent chocolate. They taste amazing and you'd never guess that there is only 1 net carb per cookie. They are freshly baked and delivered right to your door.

Apple Pie Protein Shake

If you prefer cold beverages year round but want a seasonal treat, sure you could go to Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks and indulge in one of their seasonal beverages that have a coma inducing amount of carbs OR you could try this delightly good apple pie protein shake. Using a small amount of unsweeted apple juice with a hint of apple pie spice it gives it a nice apple cinnamon flavor.

It's loaded with nutrional ingredients that can be quickly combined in a blender for this delightful treat. I get that shakes like these are commonly used a for breakfast or lunch meal replacedment. But I added it to this list of low carb fall dessert because it satisfies those after dinner ice cream cravings as well.

Pumpkin Cookie Mix

This low carb pumpkin cookie mix is quick and easy to prepare. The cookies have good pumpkin flavor and the texture is light and airy. While these cookies are good, if you're in the mood for an extra rich treat, try topping them with this low carb cream cheese frosting.

Chocolate Brownies

Okay so maybe brownies are more of a year round dessert, however, as the fall months roll around it's likely you'll have some Halloween Parties to attend and of course there's Thanksgiving Day. And brownies are a classic treat to bring to either event. And keep in mind as the Christmas approaches there are even more events to attend which means you'll be around lots of tempting food. So if you're trying to watch your waistline and want easy yet delcious treat to bring along to your fall / holiday gatherings, these low carb chocolate brownies are a great go to.

Low Carb Pumpkin Shortbread

From: Meat Free Keto

These pumpkin shortbread cookies are only 1.5 carbs each! And have all of the pumpkin flavor that you'd want in a low carb fall dessert. The batter for these bad boys can be whipped up in about 5 minutes...it seriously doesn't get any easier than that. You can shape them into traditional cookie shapes or if you're in the mood to fully embrace fall, use these fun fall cookie cutters to make fun fall shaped cookies.

Flourless Pumpkin Spice Blondie Brownie

When the air turns crisp it signals that it's time for pumpkin everything. So during this time of the year when a pumkin craving hits but you've had an insanley long day, you need a quick fix that doesn't involve any baking. Enter these low carb pumpkin spice blondie brownies.

They are a premade, individually wrapped, pumpkin miracle. The texture is rich and moist and has a similar taste to a pumpkin spice cake. So if you're looking for a no bake, low carb fall dessert that you can enjoy after a long hard day or one that you can take along with to a P.T.A. meeting, give these a try.

Pumpkin Spice Donuts

While these pumpkin donuts certainly make for a delicious breakfast, I love to have them for an afternoon snack or dessert paired with a steaming cup of hot coffee. It's pure's bliss. These donuts have an amazing pumpkin pie like flavor and only contain 4.2 carbs. Another thing that I love about them is that they don't contain any refined sugar and have a pretty good amount of protein.

Gluten Free Pumpkin Bars

From: LowCarbYum.com

These pumpkin bars are low carb, gluten free and delcious. If you don't mind a little baking this is a great recipe to keep on hand throughout the fall season. The recipe includes some of the most fall festive spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ground cloves making them an ideal low carb fall dessert. They are so super moist are so delicious that you may want to consider serving them at Thanksgiving.

High Protein Pumpkin Spice Latte

A list of low carb fall dessert just wouldn't be complete without a hot, pumpkin flavored beverage (and lattes happen to be one of my favorite). The problem with most lattes is that they tend to be loaded with sugar (and of course carbs). Protein Wise has perfected a much lower carb version of this seasonal treat. Plus it's packed with protein. So not only do you get an energy boost, but it's also filling making it a great afternoon / evening snack or dessert.

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