Chewy Cinnamon Almond Cookies
Made with almond flour and honey, these chewy cookies are lightly sweet and full of cinnamon flavor. They spread into large cookies when baked that are moist and satisfying when eaten as is. They can also be used as the sandwich for an ice cream treat. Versatile and easy to make, these low-carb cookies are sure to become a family favorite thanks to the health tasty flavors.
Ingredients: Butter, honey, almond flour, vanilla extract, sea salt, baking soda and cinnamon.
Chocolate Shortbread Cookies
The trick to this cookie recipe is to chill the dough before baking to set the butter to keep them from spreading on the pan- don’t forget that as you start baking! One taste of these crunchy, melt-in-your-mouth delights and you’ll forget they are gluten-free, grain-free, and sugar-free. Chocolate gives them a richness that adds that extra something special.
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Ingredients: Butter, applesauce, almond Flour , vanilla extract, cocoa powder and salt.
Chocolate Coconut Macaroons
In the list of low-carb cookie recipes, baking doesn’t get much easier than coconut macaroons. They use a minimum number of ingredients, most measured by the tablespoon, and cook in just fifteen minutes- what more could you ask for?! Adding chocolate raises these traditional treats to a new level. Chewy and slightly sweet, they bridge the distance between cookies and candy.
Ingredients: Coconut, egg, agave, cocoa powder, butter, coconut oil, vanilla and salt.
Flourless Chocolate Biscuits
These thin, crisp chocolate cookies are made without the addition of any kind of flour. Instead, they rely on cocoa powder and cream cheese to provide body and a rich deep chocolaty flavor- and it works! Prep time and cooking time combined is only twenty minutes making them perfect for a quick gluten-free low-carb snack.
Ingredients: Cocoa powder, granular sugar substitute, butter, cream cheese, eggs and vanilla extract.
Peanut Butter Cookies
Low-carb peanut butter cookies are a snap to make with this simple recipe. Flourless and sugar-free, they fit well into any low-carb lifestyle. Just three main ingredients mean these cookies won’t break the bank either or take hours to prepare. They pair nicely with a low-carb ice cream for a cool summer treat and can be made with almond butter for a change in taste. You’ll never grow tired of these!
Ingredients: peanut butter, erythritol, stevia, egg, vanilla and sea salt.
This classic Christmas cookie has been remade for a low-carb lifestyle. Creamy peanut butter and a dark chocolate center bake into a soft sweet cookie ready for any holiday celebration or late-night snack. With the added benefit of being gluten free, they will satisfy anyone’s peanut butter and chocolate cravings while sticking to a diet plan.
Ingredients: Peanut flour, almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, salt, peanut butter, eggs and vanilla.
Homemade Thin Mints
Who can resist crisp minty chocolatey cookies? This classic Girl Scout icon has been reborn in a homemade version that is fresher, crisper, and better for you. They are sugar-free and loaded with rich dark chocolate. The thin crunchy wafers are drenched in smooth, peppermint laced chocolate for a low-carb delight. These may take a little time to prepare but every minute is worth it!
Ingredients: Almond flour, cocoa powder, erythritol, baking powder, salt, egg, butter and vanilla extract.
Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies
The combination of crispy cookie and soft creamy filling make sandwich cookies a must-have item in any kitchen. These low-carb peanut butter cookies are created with a surprise ingredient to add a new twist to an old favorite- can you guess what it is?! Easy to make, they can be adapted by using other nut butters as well.
Ingredients: Water chestnuts, peanut butter, butter, stevia sweetener, coconut flour, baking powder and salt.
Sane Meringue Cookies
If you thought you could never eat meringues again on a low-carb menu, think again. The only trick to this three ingredient recipe is having the patience to let them dry out before devouring them. Give them the time they need to dry completely! Elegant, crispy, and sugar-free they are perfect for an addition to a holiday basket or a gorgeous dessert at the end of a dinner. No one will ever guess they are low-carb.
Ingredients: Egg whites, lemon juice and xylitol.
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
Soft, cakey and oh so good, this version of low-carb chocolate chip cookies will delight everyone and have your kids asking for more. Made with coconut flour, they are free of nuts and sugar, perfect for diabetics or anyone eating low-carb. Packed with pumpkin they offer a high protein, high fiber snack with bites of chocolate laced throughout. Perfect for the fall pumpkin season or anytime you just need a low carb cookie!
Ingredients: Maple syrup, pumpkin, butter, vanilla, egg, coconut flour and cinnamon.
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