Deep, rich, fudgy, and completely flourless homemade keto chocolate cookies!
Keto Chocolate Cookies
Don’t be surprised if the entire batch quickly disappears.
The recipe can be vegan, gluten free, soy free, low carb, paleo, and keto friendly.
It’s been a while since I last posted a keto recipe, and I’ve received a ton of emails from you guys about it. Hopefully these delicious seven-ingredient chocolate fudge cookies can more than make up for it!
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I first made the non keto version of this recipe with regular powdered sugar and LOVED them.
Then I sent the recipe to my mom, asking if she could test them out with erythritol.
She’s not on a keto diet and is usually very skeptical of anything low-carb (She loves carbs!!), so I wasn’t sure what to expect.
But a few hours later, I received a text with a bunch of chocolate cookie photos. It said:
“Possibly my newest favorite cookie of all times.”
So there’s that.
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Chocolate Cookie Ingredients
Instead of regular flour, these cookies are made with almond flour, so they’re great for someone on a low carb or gluten free diet.
If you want to make them keto, use powdered erythritol as the sweetener.
Or the recipe also works with regular powdered sugar or unrefined powdered sugar, which you can make by simply pulverizing coconut sugar or raw sugar in a blender until powdered.
So you have lots of options here… Just don’t skip the mini chocolate chips!
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And of course the classic Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies – one of the most popular recipes on my blog.
Above – watch me make the keto chocolate cookies!
Keto Chocolate Cookies
- Preheat oven to 325 F. Stir dry ingredients very well. Add wet to form a dough. (If you’re a visual person, feel free to watch the quick video above of me making the cookies.) If too wet, refrigerate until firm enough to roll into balls with your hands or a cookie scoop. Bake on a greased or parchment-lined tray for 11 minutes. If you want flatter cookies, press down with a fork or spoon. Let cool before handling. If desired, roll in additional powdered sugar or erythritol. Note: Don’t omit or cut back on the amount of chocolate chips or the cookies will not be as fudgy and delicious!View Nutrition Facts
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