5 Decadent Low-Carb Slow Cooker Desserts (With Less Than 8 Grams of Sugar)

Pop these recipes into your slow cooker and come home to a top-notch dessert.
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Warm soup, spicy chili, tender meat and now low-sugar dessert? What ​can't​ your slow cooker do?

While a box of cookies or bar of chocolate may be your evening go-to, these low-carb slow cooker dessert recipes will satiate your sweet tooth with less than 10 grams of sugar. And, they'll be ready to eat by the time you walk through the door for dinner.

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1. Sugar-Free Chocolate Molten Lava Cake

This luxurious lava cake is sugar-free and packs some fiber.
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  • Calories:​ 157
  • Sugar:​ 0.2 grams

Lava cake is sort of like a hybrid between chocolate cake and chocolate pudding. And while traditional lava cakes are often packed with sugar, this recipe calls for a sweetener alternative.

This lava cake recipe also provides about 3 grams of fiber, which is roughly 11 percent of your daily recommended value — not bad for a dessert. Fiber is an essential nutrient that helps keep your blood sugar levels stable, promotes satiety and encourages digestive regularity, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Get the Sugar Free Chocolate Molten Lava Cake recipe and nutrition info from Sugar-Free Mom.

2. Slow Cooker Blueberry Crisp

This blueberry crisp provides some heart-healthy unsaturated fats.
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  • Calories:​ 299
  • Sugar:​ 7 grams

A crispy blueberry pastry is the perfect non-dessert dessert for those that prefer to keep their after-dinner snack low in sugar.

This Slow Cooker Blueberry Crisp calls for a cup of chopped walnuts or pecans. Nuts are high in unsaturated fats, which can help promote heart health, according to the Mayo Clinic. Eating nuts is tied to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels, improved artery lining and lower levels of inflammation.

Get the Slow Cooker Blueberry Crisp recipe and nutrition info from Kalyn's Kitchen.

3. Keto Slow Cooker Low-Carb Custard

You don't need fall or winter weather to enjoy this maple-flavored custard.
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  • Calories:​ 212
  • Sugar:​ 1 gram

Instead of standard milk, this Slow Cooker Low-Carb Custard recipe calls for a half cup of coconut milk, which packs about 21 percent of your daily recommended iron value, according to the USDA. Iron is a mineral that helps keep your muscles strong and maintain proper hormonal function, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Get the Keto Slow Cooker Low-Carb Custard recipe and nutrition info at Sugar-Free Mom.

4. Low-Carb Tiramisu Poke Cake

Boost your daily protein intake with this high-protein dessert.
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  • Calories:​ 291
  • Sugar:​ 1.9 grams

Tiramisu is nothing short of decadent, but that also means it can be high in calories and sugar. Luckily, this amended recipe is low in both.

This Low-Carb Tiramisu Poke Cake is also a great source of protein, providing about 11 grams per serving. Eating a higher-protein dessert is a great way to boost satiety, which means this tiramisu is not only tasty but filling, too. Unlike carbs, protein takes longer to digest, which is why it leaves you feeling full longer, according to Harvard Health Publishing.

Get the Low-Carb Tiramisu Poke Cake recipe and nutrition info from KetoDiet.

5. Crock-Pot Peppermint Fudge

Get your cocoa fix in less than 100 calories with this fudge recipe.
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  • Calories:​ 62
  • Sugar:​ 0.1 grams

If loving chocolate is your vice, a sugar-free peppermint fudge may be just the trick to crush those cravings. And at only 62 calories per serving, this recipe makes the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.

The coconut milk in here not only provides some iron but magnesium as well. A half-cup of coconut milk supplies about 12 percent of your daily recommended magnesium value, per the USDA. Magnesium helps your body produce energy and transport calcium, according to the NIH. This nutrient will also keep your muscles and nerves functioning properly.

Get the Crock-Pot Peppermint Fudge recipe and nutrition from Sugar-Free Mom.

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