If you love tahini it’s really great as an ingredient in keto bomb dessert recipes. Tahini has its own distinct flavor. Maca adds a nutty flavor to the tahini. But think of the possibilities here… what if you decreased inflammation by adding a touch of turmeric? Or how about a bit of blood sugar regulating power from a little cinnamon?
These Sesame Tahini Herb Balls are packed with all kinds of good for you ingredients. Ginger, which fights inflammation, cinnamon, which helps reverse insulin resistance and lowers blood sugar, rose hips, which are great for anti-aging, beautiful skin, and destroying free radicals, and ginseng, which yields energy and stamina.
In general, Indian food, if it weren’t so packed with MSG at restaurants, would be very very healthy. It’s rich in so many phytochemical and antioxidant-rich herbs.
These Sesame Tahini Herb Balls aren’t for everyone. If you’ve never eaten any sugar free desserts that had herbs added to them, then try this keto desserts recipe and see if you enjoy the combination of sweet and savory flavors. Myself, being that I am already quite keto adapted, prefer more savory sweets than really sweet flavors. My taste buds have so adapted to savory flavors that most sweet things taste almost too sweet for me.
In this and other keto bomb dessert recipes, feel free to alter the herb ingredient list to match your taste buds. You might even start with only using one of the herbs from the ingredient list in your recipe, and then systematically adding some of the others. Keep a record of what you like in your recipe experimentation log.
Sugar free desserts – Whether you’re eating Paleo desserts or keto desserts, they have to taste good and be sugar free. This way they are low in carbs. Even low carb ice creams have to be exactly right in order to count as legitimate keto desserts. Check out more delicious keto bomb dessert recipes today!