Low Carb Raspberry Crumble Recipe
This is an easy low carb dessert recipe you can make with any berries you have on hand, but I espeically like it with raspberries. Keto raspberry crumble is combines a juicy raspberry syrup with a buttery crumb topping. It is a low carb dessert you can make when berries are in season or for the holidays as an easy keto dessert recipe you can share.
The thickener use to thicken up the raspberry syrup layer is xanthan gum. If you don’t have xanthan gum, arrowroot powder makes a fine agent to thicken any keto liquid.
Are Raspberries Keto?
Yes! Raspberries are one of the few fruits you can enjoy on the keto diet. Raspberries are low in carbohydrates. One cup of raspberries only has 6.7 net carbs! If you don’t like raspberries or don’t have access to them, you can substitute with blackberries or strawberries in this recipe. You could also use blueberries; however, blueberries contain more carbohydrates compared to the other berries. Another delicious option is to use a combination of all of the keto approved berries.
In this low carb dessert recipe, I use a food processor to make the crumble topping. The food processor I recommend is by Cuisinart. If you don’t have a food processor, you can still make the crumble topping. Just use a blender instead.
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What to Serve with Keto Raspberry Crumble
This recipe for keto raspberry crumble is delicious on it’s own but it is amazing when paired with keto vanilla ice cream and homemade whipped cream.