Keto Peanut Butter Pie


Keto peanut butter pie is sweet, creamy, and decadent, and the best part is that it’s a no-bake recipe (except for the chocolate cookie crust)! The pie tastes like it would be loaded with carbs and sugar, but it’s not. There are only 5g net carbs per slice of keto pie.

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Chocolate Pie Crust Ingredients

  • 1 1/4 cups almond flour
  • 3 tablespoons coconut flour
  • 1/4 cup Cacao Bliss or 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon xanthan gum
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 4 tablespoons butter, cubed & chilled
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Sugar Free Peanut Butter Filling Ingredients

Keto Whipped Cream Ingredients

Keto Peanut Butter Pie Directions

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    a fork sliding into a slice of cream pie

    Keto peanut butter pie is sweet, creamy, and decadent, and the best part is that it’s a no-bake recipe (except for the chocolate cookie crust)! The pie tastes like it would be loaded with carbs and sugar, but it’s not. There are only 5g net carbs per large slice of keto pie.

    This keto peanut butter pie recipe has all of the components of a perfect dessert! It is made with a delicious chocolate cookie crust that we create with a raw cacao powder superfood blend called Cacao Bliss. We partnered with Earth Echo for this recipe as their Cacao Bliss is ideal for adding a rich chocolate flavor to any of your keto bakes. 

    Next, the pie crust is filled with a creamy peanut butter filling. Then it is topped with a light and fluffy sugar-free whipped topping. You can even drizzle chocolate and add crushed peanuts on top for a crunchy texture. 

    This recipe is super easy to make, and it is a no-bake recipe, so we simply put it in the fridge to set. If you are looking to serve a keto pie for the holidays or bring one to a party, this keto peanut butter pie is definitely the recipe to go with. Your guests won’t even be able to tell it is keto!   

    a bag of cacao bliss next to a peanut butter pie and plates

    Keto Chocolate Pie Crust

    One of the most important parts of any pie is to have a perfectly paired pie crust. To make my favorite chocolate cookie pie crust with almond flour for this keto peanut butter pie, I partnered with Earth Echo who makes Cacao Bliss. Cacao Bliss is a keto-friendly cocoa powder with a rich, chocolatey taste that will curb any chocolate cravings. It is made with raw cacao powder and superfoods such as turmeric and coconut nectar with anti-inflammatory properties. 

    Cacao Bliss can be used to replace unsweetened cocoa powder for all of your keto baking recipes. It is also dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free, and 100% vegan while tasting exactly like regular cocoa powder. This way, you can enjoy chocolatey baked goods while eating healthy. I even add it to my morning coffees for that delicious rich chocolate flavor and to get a healthy start to my day.

    Use my code KETOFOCUS at checkout to try out Cacao Bliss and get 15% off your order! 


    You can use either unsweetened cacao powder or Cacao Bliss which is slightly sweetened with Monk Fruit, a sugar-free sweetener. If you substitute unsweetened cocoa powder for Cacao Bliss, be sure to get the 100% unsweetened cocoa powder or raw cacao powder since some brands may have added sugars and you will only need 2 tablespoons in the keto pie crust since the unsweetened cocoa powder is pretty rich for your chocolate peanut butter pie.

    The final whipped topping can also be removed if you want to decrease the number of calories and carbs in the keto peanut butter pie.

    As far as other nut butters go, you can probably get away with use almond butter but I haven’t tried it yet, so let me know if you do substitute with a nut butter.

    Another substitution, is to use coconut cream instead of the heavy cream. Make sure you whip it up like you would for making whipped cream.

    a slice of peanut butter pie with chocolate drizzled on top and crushed peanuts over

    Is Peanut Butter Keto?

    Yes, peanut butter is keto-friendly. That being said, peanuts do contain carbs, so it is still best to eat them in moderation. In ¼ cup of peanuts, there are around 2.79g net carbs. When you select a peanut butter for this keto peanut butter pie recipe, make sure to check to see that the peanut butter has no added sugars. Many brands of peanut butter will add sugar for sweetness and flavor.


    This is one keto pie recipe that can be made ahead of time, which is ideal if you have lots of other cooking or baking to do. This sugar free peanut butter pie will hold it’s shape and the flavor is still just as good if not better, the next day. Store your pie in the refrigerator for up to 4-5 days. Don’t keep the pie at room temperature for very long as the whipped cream might start to melt.

    Nutritional information & Macros

    Nutrition Information

    Keto Peanut Butter Pie

    Servings: 12

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 399
    Fat 37.3g
    Protein 8.5g
    Total Carbs 8.8g
    Net Carbs 5g

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    1. Thank you for such a fabulous recipe! When people say you’ll fool people not knowing it’s a keto creation it’s usually not true, but in this case, you certainly can. Made this yesterday and it is awesome. A slight improvement in taste the second day. This is a tasty, beautiful pie!!

    2. Thank you for this realy nice recipe! I just finished making it and can’t wait for the dessert time tonight!

      there is just one thing which went not well. I believe that in this recipe we have to use blanched grounded almonds which are more greasy than the almond flour we find here (really fine and looking just like wheat flour) because my crust was really dry. I had to put more butter but it still was not looking nice.
      I will not make the mistake next time 🙂

    3. Oh man!!!! I made it for my Christmas dessert and it did not disappoint! It was soo good! Thank you for a delicious dessert!

    4. This is truly a wonderful recipe! I made it for my peanut-loving husband’s birthday last year and he loved it…and so did I although I am not crazy about peanuts (but I am about this pie!). So it has become his new favorite “traditional” birthday treatas well as a great dessert to make any occasion special.

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