Strawberries are a good choice for a snack while you are in ketosis. They have a small number of carbs while also having a large amount of fiber and as a berry, they also give you a good source of important antioxidants. Half a cup of strawberries contain 4 grams of net carbs.
Strawberry season is in full swing! With greenhouse farming, strawberries are now available throughout the year, but the best fruit is those that are locally grown and start bearing fruit in late spring. Juicy, ripe, red strawberries are a great snack on their own, and even better when used in cakes, parfaits, ice creams and beverages.
We've rounded up our favorite No-Sugar Added and Keto Strawberry Recipes that we think you'll love.
Ripe, juicy strawberries made into jam makes the most drool-worthy condiment but usually is accompanied with loads of sugar. Ditch all the added sugar by making your own homemade sugar-free strawberry jam with this recipe using Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener.
Nothing tastes as much like summer as a juicy, frozen popsicle. With a hefty portion of strawberries you're sure to get your fix—not to mention lots of smiles and good memories. These sweet and tangy popsicles are sure to please everyone and easy to make strawberry popsicles come together with just a few ingredients.
This easy Keto Strawberry Milkshake is thick, creamy and will satisfy your sweet tooth. Ready in just 3 minutes, you’ll love that this low-carb strawberry milkshake is made with natural ingredients you most likely already have and contains only 3.5 net carbs.
This is an easy recipe for a creamy strawberry flavored treat that's perfect for a keto diet. They are quick and easy to whip up and have the rich, creamy, lushness of strawberry cheesecake.