Today we are sharing mouth watering keto cookie recipes! We’ve teamed up to feature fellow bloggers and their favorite low carb cookie recipes that are sure to become your family’s new favorites.
In this roundup we are sharing keto chocolate chip cookies, low carb peanut butter cookies, low carb no bake cookies, keto sugar cookies, low carb almond flour cookies and even some no bake cookies and low carb cookie dough! Most of these great recipes are gluten-free too!
Below you’ll find images and links to each blogger’s website where you can click on over to find the recipe. Many of them even include the nutrition information including carb count, sugar alcohols and net carbs so you don’t have to do all of the math!
Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies | Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies
Keto Crunchy Chocolate Chip Cookies
Low Carb Keto Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe
Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate Chip Cookies Paleo
Chocolate Chunk Nut Butter Cookies
Keto Peanut Butter Cookies | Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies
Peanut Butter Protein Cookies
Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies
Low Carb Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
Keto Sugar Cookies | Low Carb Sugar Cookies
Low Carb Sugar Cookies
Low Carb Keto Sugar Cookies
No Bake Keto Cookies | Keto Cookie Dough
Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Bites
Keto Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Fat Bombs
Chocolate Peanut Butter Keto No Bake Cookies
Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
Fun Keto Cookie recipes
Low Carb Thin Mint Cookies
Low Carb Shortbread Cookies with chocolate
Keto Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Cookie Sandwiches
Almond Butter Cookies with chocolate chips
White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies
Hazelnut Flour Keto Cookies
Pin or bookmark this page for later because you can’t just try one of these keto cookie recipes. These are perfect to bring to family or friends gatherings.
Also, if you haven’t already, check out our Holiday Baking Ebook over on amazon. It includes all of our favorite Keto Christmas Cookie recipes that our entire family love! Even the non-keto eaters 🙂
Many of the cookie recipes use sugar substitutes like sugar alcohols and non-caloric sweeteners. If you’re not sure which ones to use, don’t worry. We wrote a whole blog post on sweeteners to use on a ketogenic diet.
HOW TO MAKE KETO COOKIES
First you need to choose which type of cookie you want to make (chocolate chip, peanut butter, sugar cookies or something more fancy). Next, pick your flour or go flourless. Most keto cookies are made either with coconut flour or almond flour, but some have started using sunflower seed flour too! This is next on my list to try.
After that think about your mix ins. I’m a huge fan of adding Lily’s Dark Chocolate chips to cookies, but you can also add in nuts, unsweetened coconut flakes and seeds. After you’ve got your cookie mix ins, try to decide what type of sweeteners you are going to be using. Most use some kind of combination of stevia and erythritol.
Stevia itself has a bitter taste and erythritol has a cooling effect, but when you mix the 2 together they seem to cancel each other out and produce harmonious results in the form of deliciousness.
TIPS FOR MAKING KETO COOKIES
Mix all of your dry ingredients separately before adding them to your wet ingredients. Make sure you store your almond flour or coconut flour in air-tight containers so the do not get moisture in them (this will ruin your cookies). Let your eggs come to room temperature before adding them to your wet ingredients. When warming up butter, make sure not to over melt it because you may end up making clarified butter which can change the consistency and taste of the cookies.
CAN I SUBSTITUTE COCONUT FLOUR FOR ALMOND FLOUR?
Maybe. In most recipes this may work but it is not a 1 to 1 substitution. You will only need ¼ the amount of coconut flour as you do almond flour. This is because of the fiber content of the coconut flour. Don’t use a 1 to 1 ratio or your cookies will come out terribly dry and you’ll cry at wasting all of the ingredients, because we all know keto baking can get pricey.
CAN I USE DUCK EGGS IN A COOKIE RECIPE?
You can! Duck eggs tend to be a little bigger and fattier than chicken eggs, so they tend to be ideal for a ketogenic diet. Just be careful if they are really huge, you may need to increase the flour just a tad in the recipe to compensate for the added liquid.
PS, duck eggs are my (Lara) newest obsession…I get them from my hair dresser. As soon as I get my yard fenced in, I’m getting myself a flock (I think?) of them. It’s going to be duck, chicken and mini goat central over at my place. Slowly I’m creating my homestead…one farm animal at a time!
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