This simple Keto Berry Coulis is the perfect way to jazz up your regular keto desserts and impress guests. With only 3 ingredients, it can be left chunky or strained to create a silky smooth, sweet and lightly tart sauce.
Before you scroll to the recipe, below I’ve tried to answer any questions you may have, including storage tips, sourcing ingredients and substitutions
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Keto Berry Coulis Summary
- Ingredient tips
- Recipe tips
- Substitutions and sweetener tips
- Storage tips
- How many carbs in Keto Berry Coulis?
If you are tired of the same old Keto dessert recipes, try adding this deliciously sweet and tart Keto Berry Coulis!
Coulis just means a thin fruit or vegetable puree, used as a sauce.
It’s made so quickly and keeps in the fridge for ages, if it lasts that long in yours. It never lasts in mine.
See below for some great ideas on how to use this tasty Keto berry sauce – the options are endless!
Ingredients for Keto Berry Coulis
This recipe is so versatile because you can dial up and down the sweetness and tartness to your taste. Adjust the sweetness and berries used depending what you are serving it with.
You will need:
- Mixed berries, or berry of your choice
- Lemon juice
Yep thats it! Just 3 ingredients!
As always, using the highest quality ingredients is super important. With a simple recipe like this Keto Berry sauce, the quality of the ingredients is what makes it delicious.
Substitutions and Ingredient tips
- Fresh and in season is best, but frozen works just as well.
- I like to use a mix of berries as that’s what I usually have in my freezer. This gives it a lovely rich colour that works well with quite sweet dishes. If you wanted a sweeter Keto berry coulis, stick with strawberries and raspberries.
Sweetener – Xylitol
I pretty much always use xylitol in my Keto cooking. Here;s the top reasons;
- It acts like sugar – doesn’t get that weird cooling effect like stevia and erythritol
- it caramelises nicely
- it doesn’t crystalise the next day when left in the fridge, pretty important for this recipe!
- Remember – xylitol is poisonous to dogs.
Fresh is best as always, but I always have a squeezey container of lemon juice in my fridge in case I don’t have any fresh lemons on hand.
The Keto Berry Coulis recipe uses 1/2 – 1 tablespoon, depending on how tart/sour you like your sweets! I use the full tablespoon, but I LOVE all things lemon.
You could also use lime juice, especially with raspberries as they go together so well!
Tips for making Keto Berry Coulis
This is a super simple, forgiving recipe. Below are a couple of tips.
- If using frozen berries, let them defrost. Otherwise, the time on the stove will be close to double (but still quick, around 18- 20 minutes
- You have three options to serve the Coulis: 1. Strain it for a silky smooth, runny sauce. 2: Leave it completely chunky if you like the texture. 3: blend it in a food processor/blender to keep the seeds but remove the chunks
- As the fruit breaks down, you can help it along by mashing it with a fork.
- If you decide to strain it, keep that delicious fruit pulp! Stir in a couple of tablespoons of chia seeds and refrigerate for an amazing Keto Berry Jam.
- Keep in a sealed jar in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.
- Freezer: Pour into ice cube trays and freeze, then pop out and keep in a resealable bag. Great to keep on hand for when you’re craving something extra!
How many carbs in Keto Berry Coulis?
As you will see in the nutrition panel below, this Keto Berry Coulis has 2 grams of carbs and 1 gram of fiber per serve, so only 1 gram of net carbs. Each serve is around 1 heaped tablespoon.
Berries are on the higher side with carbs, but you only need a tablespoon or so.
Perfect Pairs for Keto Berry Coulis
Serve this delicious berry sauce with Keto Ice Cream
Slather over some fresh baked Keto Brownies
Smother my silky smooth, creamy Keto Burnt Basque Cheesecake in the tangy coulis – my favourite combo!
Enjoy a sweeter breakfast! I often have the chunky coulis poured over some greek yoghurt and my crunchy cinnamon Keto Granola.
- 350 grams mixed berries, fresh or frozen
- 1/4 cup xylitol
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- Add all ingredients to a small saucepan. If using frozen berries, you can let them defrost or cook from frozen.
- Put over medium heat on the stovetop and simmer away until the berries are softened.
- Break up the berries as you go with a fork. Cook for about 10 - 12 mins for fresh berries and 18 - 20 minutes for frozen.
- Let cool and serve.
- Optionally, strain the seeds and pulp out for a silky smooth sauce. Keep the pulp for muffins, jam or stirring through a cheesecake!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 20 Serving Size: 1 grams
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 9Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 0gSodium: 1mgCarbohydrates: 2gFiber: 1gSugar: 1gProtein: 1g
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Not sure how to start Keto?
Here’s some resources to help you!
- What is Keto?
- What Can I eat on Keto?
- How Much Should I Eat on Keto?
- What To Expect On Keto
- Ketogenic 21 Day Meal Plans
- Preparing for the Ketogenic Diet EBook
- Understanding Net Carbs and Total Carbs