Is there anything better than the smell of fresh baked cookies? This collection of the BEST Keto, gluten-free cookies is sure to satisfy any cookie craving!
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Talk about perfect timing! This Keto Cookie Roundup comes to you just in time for your holiday baking. And the best news is that those on a low carb diet don’t have to miss out. Each one of these cookie recipes uses Keto friendly ingredients but trust me, no one will ever know it!
There’s something for everyone in this cookie collection. I mean, seriously, who doesn’t love a warm Keto chocolate chip cookie or a soft and chewy snickerdoodle, or even quick and easy peanut butter cookies?
With the hustle and bustle of the holidays, staying on track with your diet can be difficult. Cookies are the perfect make a head solution.
You can bake a batch or several batches and have them on hand to take along on your next get together or exchange some at a cookie swap and you don’t have to worry about missing out on all the goodies!
With such a variety of delicious morsels, they aren’t just for the holidays! These quick and easy recipes are great for any occasion or just when you’re wanting a low carb snack!
Can I Eat Cookies on Keto?
Sure you can! With a few substitutions that is. By substituting traditional flour for gluten-free flour and using a low carb sugar substitute you can enjoy many of your favorite cookies with little to no difference in taste or texture but with a HUGE difference in carbs.
Here are a few tips and substitutions that will make all your homemade gluten free cookies no-fail every time:
Which Gluten Free Flour is Best for Cookies?
You’ll notice one common ingredient in most Keto cookie recipes is almond flour. That’s because it contains only one ingredient, ALMONDS! And since almonds are full of healthy fat, that makes cookies made with almond flour a great Keto sweet treat.
When you mix almond flour with another gluten free ingredient, like oat fiber or coconut flour, you can achieve the same wonderful texture of traditional cookies without all the carbs.
What Keto Sweetener is Best for Cookies
Do I need Special Equipment to Make Homemade Keto Cookies?
You only need a few regular kitchen essentials used for most baking. It’s good to have these things on hand because you’ll find many uses for them other than just cookies:
- Sheet Pan– baking cookies almost always starts with a good sheet pan
- Silpat– though not required, a Silpat helps ensure your cookies do not stick to the sheet pan
- Cookie Scoop– evenly baked cookies are easily achieved when you use a cookie scoop to portion out the dough
- Measuring Cups– let’s face it, all kitchens need a set of measuring cups. Baking is a little bit like science, precise ingredients create best results.
I hope you have found these Keto recipe ideas helpful! If you decide to make any of these, please leave a comment and let us know how you enjoyed them!
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