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Keto Berry Crisp

Keto Berry Crisp

Prep Time
8 mins
Cook Time
35 mins
Total Time
43 mins

Out of all the recipes I could find the on internet this one was the most fresh one I found for keto fruit diet. This Keto Berry Crisp is a low carb, sugar free dessert for using up summer berries. Also, an easy dessert that takes less than 10 minutes to prepare using fresh or frozen blueberries, raspberries and blackberries.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: berry crisp, berry crisp recipe, best fruit dessert recipe, cast iron skillet dessert, fruit desserts, keto, keto dessert, keto dessert recipe, low carb, low carb crisp, low carb dessert recipe
Servings servings
Calories270 kcal
  • 2 cups raspberries , fresh or frozen (and defrosted)
  • 1 cup blueberries , fresh or frozen (and defrosted)
  • 1 cup blackberries , fresh or frozen (and defrosted)
  • 1/4 cup monk fruit sweetener , or maple syrup for paleo
  • 1 teaspoon xanthan gum leave out if preferred OR use arrowroot starch for paleo
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
Crisp Topping:
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In a medium bowl, toss the berries with sweetener, lemon juice and xanthan gum, if using. Pour into a lightly greased 8 or 9″ cast iron skillet.

  3. Rinse and dry the same bowl and add the almond meal, coconut, coconut oil, vanilla, cinnamon, and salt. Use a fork or clean hands to combine the mixture until it forms small pea-sized clumps. Stir in the chopped pecans.

  4. Spread mixture evenly on top of berries with your hands and press down lightly.

  5. Bake for 28 to 35 minutes, or until golden brown and the edges are bubbling. Serve warm.

Nutrition Facts for

Keto Berry Crisp

Amount Per Serving (1 serving)
Calories 270 Calories from Fat 216
% Daily Value*
Fat 24g     37%
Carbohydrates 14g   5%
Fiber 7g     28%
Sugar 5g       6%
Protein 5g 10%
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* Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy using the WPRM recipe calculator. It is best to make your own calculations to ensure accuracy. We 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. Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Low Carb Fruits: The Best Fruits to Eat On the Keto Diet

Healthy pineapple, mango smoothie bowl with coconut, bananas, blueberries and granola. Top view table scene on a dark background.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but it also blows your keto diet.

When your keto diet allows you around 20 carbs a day, and apple alone has 25, what’s a fruit-loving keto dieter to do?

You discover low carb fruits. Not every fruit at the supermarket will blow your keto diet for the day. If you choose carefully, you’ll find yourself with an array of fruits that will tickle your sweet tooth and fill you with nutrients as well while helping you maintain ketosis.

See the following articles for more “Keto & Carbs”

Fruit as Nature’s Sweet Treat

Many people refer to fruit as nature’s dessert. That makes sense considering the number of carbs in most servings of fruit.

Look to Fiber

To find the best keto-friendly fruit, start by looking at the fiber content. High fiber foods naturally keep you fuller longer because your body takes longer to digest them. So a high-fiber piece of fruit has the potential to keep you from reaching for seconds of an already delicious treat.

Berries, in particular, work well because of their low carb count and high fiber amount. You can enjoy berries in moderation on a keto diet.

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Think Tart

Also, look for the not-so-sweet fruit. Think tart instead of sweet or savory, and reach for that fruit because it most likely doesn’t have the sugars that will throw your body out of the keto state you worked so hard to put it in.

Define Fruit Botanically

Consider the definition of fruit from a botanist’s point of view. You may immediately picture juicy grapes or a crunchy apple. However, tomatoes, tomatillos, avocados, and any seed-bearing vegetable are fruits from a botanists’ point of view.

Furthermore, when you eliminate sugars and carbs, you quickly discover more foods have some sweet in them than you realize, and you begin to enjoy the full flavor of them. Lettuce does have flavor.

Several fruits, including all of the fruits in the list below, have less than 7 grams of net carbs per 100 grams.

  • Green olives
  • Avocados
  • Coconut
  • Rhubarb
  • Black olives
  • Carambola aka starfruit
  • Blackberries
  • Lemon juice
  • Lime juice
  • Raspberries
  • Strawberries
  • Casaba melon
  • Prickly pears
  • Acerola aka West Indian Cherry
  • Oheloberries
  • Boysenberries
  • Grapefruit

You may not think of fruit when you look at this list, but from a botanical view, they qualify.

The Best Low Carb Fruit: a Breakdown

If you’re looking for the best bang for your buck, you need to consider some of these low carb fruits side-by-side. After all, if you only have a 20 carb limit, you don’t want to blow your macros in one place.


You may not think of fruit when you think of an avocado, but it qualifies. Not only does this keto superstar have just 1 net gram of carbs per 1/3 of medium fruit, but it also has healthy monounsaturated fats, vitamins, minerals, and fiber.

So while your old-school nutritionist would caution you to stay away from the “fatty” avocado, your keto-loving crew puts their wholehearted stamp of approval on it.


Berries fill the shopping carts of the savvy, keto dieter. When you shift from a carb-heavy diet to a keto diet, you will most likely experience some gastrointestinal distress. In particular, you’ll get constipated.

Keto dieters need fiber, and berries have just what they need. In particular, blackberries have 8 grams of fiber in just a single cup. And in that cup, you have just six grams of net carbohydrates.

So a single serving of blackberries, made up of a 1/4 cup, will give you just 1.5 grams of carbs.


Blueberries have a few more carbs than blackberries but still qualify as a keto-friendly fruit. One cup of blueberries has 17 grams of carbs, so stick with 1/4 cup serving that has 4.25 grams for your sweet treat of the day.


A 1/4 cup of raspberries has 1.5 grams of net carbs, but these berries also have an impressive amount of vitamin C and K. Furthermore, raspberries are soft, berries that taste good on just about anything if you can get over the seed content within the berry itself.

Strawberry isolated on white background with clipping path, strawberries assortment, top view


Strawberries have a half a gram more net carbs than the 1/4 cup of raspberry serving, coming in then with 2 grams of net carbs per serving. You can add them to the full-fat Greek Yogurt that helps boost your protein and fat intake, or you can make them the star of your favorite keto dessert.

Strawberries also work well to flavor water. Just toss them into your water bottle for the day. They also add some sweetness to your favorite salad.


Coconut has 13 grams of healthy fat in 1/2 cup serving. It also has just 2.5 grams of net carbs.

Coconut might intimidate you, especially if you’ve only eaten the sweetened coconut that comes from the bag next to the chocolate chips in the baking aisle. But you can buy your fresh coconut from the store either whole or already flaked.

Just make sure you do not purchase sweetened coconut. That is the wrong kind of sweet for a keto diet.


You might not imagine yourself sucking on a lemon for a keto diet, but you can use this keto-friendly fruit to jazz up your water. A healthy squeeze from a lemon wedge has less than 1/2 gram of net carbs and just 2 calories. It also gives you a healthy dose of vitamin C and calcium.


Limes have the same macro and nutrient content as a lemon with just 1/2 gram of net carbs and 2 calories. But, of course, they offer a bit more of a tart flavor when you squeeze them in your water.

fresh green olives on the tree


You most likely do not think of olives as a fruit, unless you’re botanists. These salty nuggets are packed full of healthy fat ad antioxidants. Each olive has 10 grams of healthy fat, and a palm’s worth of fruit has just 3 grams of net carbs.

Keto Meals with Keto-Friendly Fruit

You don’t have to scoot past the fruit in the produce aisle when looking for keto-friendly foods. Just shop with some savviness, and you’ll end up with a grocery cart full of things you can eat on your keto diet.

For all of your ketogenic diet needs, check out our ECO keto meal delivery service. We can include all of the low carb fruits that work well in a keto diet to keep you full and healthy.