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6 Valentine’s Day Desserts Recipes


Nothing says “I love you” like homemade dessert. Making your own low carb Valentine’s Day desserts also ensures you will avoid the dreaded sugar crash and is a great way to spend quality time with loved ones -- gal pals included! So serve up something sweet to your sweetheart with these easy Valentine’s Day dessert recipes.

Berries with Chocolate Ganache


Take traditional chocolate covered strawberries to the next level with this easy Berries with Chocolate Ganache recipe. Approved for those in Atkins Phase 2 or higher, homemade ganache is drizzled over strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries for a sweet but healthy dessert with 9.5g net carbs per serving.

Decadent Chocolate Cake


Chocolate lovers will fall for our deliciously rich Decadent Chocolate Cake. This easy, low carb Valentine's treat has 3.1g net carbs, 4.7g protein per serving, and is so yummy you may not want even to share with your valentine.

Raspberry Cheesecake in a Cup

This Raspberry Cheesecake in a Cup will not only satisfy your sweet tooth, it is the perfect Valentine's Day dessert for two because you don’t have to make a whole cheesecake. This low carb take on cheesecake has 4.9g net carbs and 8.4g protein per serving.

Chocolate Ice Cream


Indulge this Valentine’s Day with this Atkins-approved, homemade Chocolate Ice Cream (4.2g net carbs and 3.2g protein per serving). This low carb recipe comes together in 10 minutes, but requires some freezer time, so we recommend doing the prep work the night before or morning of Valentine’s Day.  

Strawberry Shortcake Trifle


Impress your sweetheart with this delicious and dazzling Strawberry Shortcake Trifle (6.7g net carbs and 7g protein per serving). The red and white ingredients of strawberries, cream, and homemade low carb biscuits put the perfect Valentine’s Day spin on this classic layered dessert.

Atkins Triple Berry Martini


Make your dessert a drink this Valentine’s Day with an Atkins Triple Berry Martini. With 2.1g net carbs per serving, you can sip stress-free this holiday. Not one for cocktails? A 3.5-ounce glass of red wine contains 2.6g net carbs. Cheers!

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