Coconut Chocolate Chunk Cookies with Sea Salt- Low Carb Keto Cookies

There is only one thing better than chocolate chip cookies ...Coconut Chocolate Chunk Cookies with Sea salt, which are the perfect sweet and salty keto cookie recipe.

This easy recipe uses both coconut flour and almond flour, but is the first cookie recipes with no butter I've ever tried an dit didn't disappoint!

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The Easiest Cookie Recipe

This is a really easy recipe, you basically mix all your wet ingredients, egg, vanialla, and melted coconut oil. Then you mix the keto approved dry ingredients, I used my usual Now Foods almond flour, now foods coconut flour and Lakanto Monkfruit sweetener. You combine the wet and dry ingredients and fold in the chocolate chunks.

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Don't Judge Me

If you know me, you know I'm a stickler for using clean, usually organic ingredients, so it might be a surprise to you that for this recipe I just used Herseys mini sugar free chocolate bars and cut them into chunks.

Honestly, making these cookies was a last minute thing. I was craving cookies and of course they had to be keto cookies, but I didn't want to drive around in search of a chocolate bar that was made with stevia or settle for a unsweetened chocolate chunk that didn't give me that sweet tooth fix! 

After I had everything mixed together I was a little nervous because the "dough" seemed really dry and I wasn't to sure how if they would stay together in the cooking process, they obviously did, but you defiantly need to give them time to cool down and set once you take them out of the oven.


Recipe makes about 18 cookies

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook time: 12 minutes



  1. Preheat oven to 350F 
  2. In a medium bowl, mix together egg, melted and cooled coconut oil, Lakanto Monkfruit Sweetener  and vanilla extract
  3. Add in flour almond flour, coconut flour, unsweetened coconut flake and baking soda, combine and form a dough. (note* the dough does seem a bit more dry than what you are use to) 
  4. Cut chocolate bars into chunks and fold into dough
  5. Use a cookie scoop or a large table spoon to drop dough onto baking sheet (I lined mine with tin foil) gently flatten the dough so its less of a ball and more of a cookie shape 
  6. Sprinkle with course sea salt 
  7. Bake for about 12 minutes or until edges are slightly browned 
  8. Cookies will be very soft when you first take them out so let them cool for 5 to 10 minutes before enjoying! 

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Count Net Carbs Not Total Carbs

I have found that most people starting out on keto don't realize that you should be counting Net Carbs when following a Keto Diet. So when you look at the nutrition label you subtract Fiber from the Total Carbs and that equals Net Carbs.

The Recipe makes 18 cookies, each cookie has 5.3g total Carbs, 1.7g 5.3 - 1.7 =3.6  Each Cookie is only 3.6g Net Carbs.

Based on the Recipe yielding 18 cookies. 1 cookie = 1 Serving


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Nutritional information is provided, and I keep it as accurate as possible.  Keep in mind nutrition facts on all ingredients may vary depending on the different brands you may use.

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