33 Low Carb Keto Cookie Recipes! No need to cheat when you want a cookie! Here is a cookie recipe for any occasion!
It is cookie season! I used to make dozens and dozens (and DOZENS!) of cookies in December for gift giving and taking to parties and family gatherings. I would start early in the month and freeze as I went. Wow, did I make a lot of cookies! I am now low carb so don’t eat those anymore and have cut down quite a bit in my baking. There are still plenty of the old favorite cookies around for those who eat them but I want some that I can eat and enjoy too! I set out to find a good variety of old favorites and some new ones too. There are lots of low carb options out there! I tried several; those are the ones with pictures included. I also made notes to any changes I made or what we thought of them. If there is no picture, I have not made them yet but they looked good. I would like to share my collection of 33 Low Carb Keto Cookie Recipes.
I know some have nut allergies and can’t use almond flour so have included a note next to each link to indicate which flour is used. Most of these can be substituted with the other flour if you wish. Know though, that coconut flour and almond flour are NOT interchangeable one to one. HERE is a good article that explains how to change which flour you use. Basically, use ¼ cup of coconut flour plus one more egg for each 1 cup of almond flour you are replacing.
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Jello Cheesecake Cookie by Low Carb Diem (almond or half almond/half coconut flour) Ohh, these are good! The recipe calls for 1 pkg of jello and says in the directions to mix in a 4 oz package but Jello doesn’t come in 4 oz. What I did different; I mixed the first 6 ingredients as directed, divided the dough in half and then added one .3 oz package of raspberry Jello to half and one .3 oz package of lime Jello to the other half and then half of the remaining ingredients to each bowl as directed. See what I did there? I wanted to make 2 colors and it worked well. The amount of Jello color and flavor was just right. The directions say, “Thin, flat cookies are crispier, bake more quickly and burn easily.” I didn’t want thin, flat, burned cookies so when I rolled them into a ball, I flattened them slightly with my hands but kept them pretty thick. I baked them at 300* instead of 325* (again, I don’t want burned cookies) for 6-8 minutes. They turned out thick, dense and just right for how we like them. They are so pretty on the plate and have a pleasant fruity flavor. I would do yellow and orange Jello for fall, pastel colored Jello for spring or red and blue for July; so many possibilities for this! 🙂
Five Minute Magic Cookies by Joy Filled Eats (no flour)
Cream Cheese Cookies by Diva Delicious Recipes (coconut flour)
Keto Cinnamon Butter Cookies by Keto Size Me (almond flour)
Lemon Lover Cookie by Tasty Kitchen (almond flour)
Chocolate Peanut Butter Bacon Cookies by Peace Love and Low Carb (no flour) These are very chocolate-y and good! They are SUPER crumbly until they are totally cooled so be patient. I added bacon to only 3 out of 12 cookies because I was a little unsure about that. It was very good in them but I personally don’t need it. The cookies are full of chocolate flavor and the little chunks of peanuts from the crunchy peanut butter are real good in there. I baked mine at 325* for 10 minutes instead of 350* because low carb cookies tend to get too crispy on me. It was perfect.
Almond Joy Cookies by My Montana Kitchen (no flour)
Keto Thick Fudgy Brownie Cookies by Jennifer Banz (coconut flour)
Peppermint Mocha Cookies by Tasty Kitchen (flax meal)
Keto Fathead Sugar Cookies by How to This and That (almond flour)
Gluten Free Keto Amaretti Cookies by Gnom Gnom (almond flour)
Keto Cinnamon Swirl Cookies by Keto Diet App (almond flour)
Pecan Snowball Cookies by Sugar Free Mom (almond flour)
Low Carb Snickerdoodles by I Breathe I’m Hungry (almond flour) I am more of a chewy cookie lover and these came out crunchy but they taste just like a snicker doodle! Maybe I will try a lower temperature for a longer bake time the next time. I used my hands to mix the dough and then rolled into balls and flattened some with my hands before putting them on the pan. I got 16 nice, big cookies.
Chocolate Orange Spritz Cookies by All Day I Dream About Food (almond and coconut flour)
Easy Coconut Almond Macaroons by Mrs Criddles Kitchen (almond flour)
Gluten Free Pumpkin Cookies by Keto Connect (almond and coconut flour)
Low Carb Butter Pecan Cookies by All Day I Dream About Food (almond flour and coconut flour)
Low Carb Raspberry Cheesecake Cookies by Wholesome Yum (almond flour)
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Cookies by Diva Delicious Recipes (coconut flour)
Keto Gingersnap Cookies by Ruled Me (almond flour)
German Chocolate Cookies by My Montana Kitchen (coconut flour)
Fluffy Keto Sugar Cookies by Fit Mom Journey (almond flour)
Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies by Keto Connect (almond flour) I did these just as written except used dark chocolate chips instead of Baker’s Chocolate. NOTE; they baked in 16 minutes; well before the 20-25 minutes in the directions. Check them after about 15 minutes! I got 17 delicious, crispy chocolate chip cookies.
3 Ingredient Paleo Vegan No Bake Coconut Cookies by The Big Mans World (no flour, no bake)
Chewy Keto Chocolate Cookies by All Recipes (no flour)
Homemade Thin Mints by All Day I Dream About Food (almond flour)
Low Carb Shortbread Cookies by I Save A 2 Z (almond flour)
Keto Pumpkin Butter Cookies by Keto Size Me (almond flour)
Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies by Keto Connect (coconut flour)
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