There is only one thing better than chocolate chip cookies; Keto Coconut Flour Cookies sprinkled with Sea salt. These Sugar-free Chocolate chip cookies are the perfect sweet and salty low carb cookie recipe for your Keto diet dessert menu.
How to Make Sugar Free Cookies
Keto sugar-free chocolate chip cookies are easy to make. For this recipe, you will use a few staple Keto ingredients, coconut flour, almond flour, and butter.
And then to keep these sugar free cookies, you’ll replace regular sugar with Lakanto Golden Monk Fruit Sweetener (a natural Keto friendly brown sugar replacement) and a Lily’s Dark Chocolate Bar chopped up for the chocolate chips.
To start, set six ounces of Kerry Gold grass-fed butter on medium-low in a medium sauce. You’ll want to scrap the bottom with a spatula every once in a while to be sure no butter burns on the bottom of the pan. The butter will start to bubble a little and turn a golden brown color, which is your sign to remove it from the heat and let cool.
In the meantime, in a small mixing bowl combine all the dry ingredients, almond flour, coconut flour, baking soda, salt and sift it all together.
In a medium mixing bowl combine the butter and Lakanto Golden monk fruit sweetener. Once the sweetener/ butter mixture is room temp, add the eggs and mix it all up.
Then combine both mixtures until well incorporated. Chop a Lily’s Dark Chocolate bar sweetened with stevia and chop it into small chunks and add to the batter.
Prepare two baking sheets with parchment paper and portion out 18 cookies. The cookies will not change shape like regular cookies, so whatever shape you put them in the oven is the same shape they will be when you pull them out.
Finally, bake your Keto Coconut Flour Sugar-Free Cookies for 10-12 minutes at 350 F and sprinkle with sea salt as soon as you take them out of the oven.
If you try to eat them right away, they will fall apart, but if you are patient and let them cool completely then you will have the perfect Keto chocolate chip cookies!
For all of my Keto Recipes, I prefer Lakanto Monk Fruit Sweetener because it is zero calories, zero glycemic sweetener . It doesn’t have the aftertaste like swerve and other artificial sweeteners , made from Monk Fruit, non-GMO, No Maltodextrin , no Artificial flavoring , Vegan and Keto friendly.
For this sugar-free cookie recipe, I used Lakanto’s Golden Monk Fruit Sweetener, which is a brown sugar alternative. If you have a brown sugar alternative you prefer, then you are good to go.
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There aren’t many sugar-free chocolate chip options out there. Most of them have maltodextrin or Splenda chocolate chips yuck! What I like to use are Lily’s Dark Chocolate Bars that are sweetened with stevia, cut the bar into chunks and use that in place of chocolate chips!
Other Sugar-Free Desserts You’ll Love:
Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies
For this recipe, I used Bob’s Red Mill Coconut Flour and a little Bob’s Red Mill almond flour as well. Coconut Flour is perfect for keto cookies because it’s high and fiber, grain free, gluten free and I love the flavor the coconut flour adds.
Bob’s Red Mill Organic Coconut Flour also has no preservatives, additives or chemicals, which is the main reason I love and recommend this brand.
low carb cookie recipe with coconut flour
Since you are eliminating the white or wheat flour from these cookies and using coconut and almond flour instead, which are higher in fiber and adds a moderate amount of protein they fit perfectly on your keto diet.
Each Coconut Flour Sugar-Free Chocolate Chip Cookie is only 1.6 net carbs, 12.3g Fat, 2.1g protein
If you try out this recipe be sure to tag me on instagram @themermaidwithmuscles so I can see how it turned out!
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. I am not a doctor and advise solely from personal experience. Please consult your doctor before adding any supplements or foods to your current diet.