Ultimate Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies

Keto chocolate chip cookies
 

These Keto chocolate chip cookies are the absolute ultimate ketosis chocolate chip cookie recipe. With a recipe like this, it will be so much easier to stay compliant while doing a keto diet.

Can we agree that very little can compete with freshly baked chocolate chip cookies? Nothing like the smell of cookies that came straight out of the oven. Only problem is that chocolate chip cookies are loaded with carbs and therefore not keto-friendly. 

But have I got a treat for you. Because if you have you been wondering how you can create a delicious recipe for keto-friendly chocolate chip cookies that revivals your traditional recipe.

Search no more, because I’ve worked hard to perfect these keto chocolate chip cookies and I am confident you’re going to love them too.

That’s right, imagine being able to enjoy a rich chocolate chip cookie without worrying about the carbs and the risk of being kicked out of ketosis. 

Once again, I was challenged by our daughter to create a keto recipe to replace one of her traditional high carb favorites. Seems like our Michelle is enjoying putting her momma to the test.

Thankfully, this recipe for chocolate chip keto cookies passed her challenge and the test allowed for another easy recipe to add to our list of growing Keto Cookies.  If you’re a fan of chocolate chip bars do remember to also check out our recipe for Keto Soft-Baked Chocolate Chip Bars.

Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies

Keto Chocolate chip cookies

Creating recipes like this ketosis chocolate chip cookies is important if you want to ensure that you are doing a keto diet and don’t want to risk being kicked out of ketosis.

There are keto hacks to get into ketosis quickly and we are fans of these tips because it makes the ketogenic diet more sustainable. 

BUT ultimately the goal is to not get kicked out ketosis, to begin with.

How To Make Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies

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I had attempted to make keto chocolate chip cookies before but they were not up to my standard. Just because I’m doing a ketogenic diet doesn’t mean I can’t have a keto cookie that will fool my tastebuds.

So I went back to the drawing board in an attempt to perfect my recipe for a ketosis-friendly chocolate chip cookies. My second attempt at creating the ultimate ketogenic chocolate chip cookie recipe proved to be the winner. Yay me!

The Keto Cookie Dough

In the end, I went for a combination of both almond and coconut flour in this recipe. It’s what ensured the perfect flavor and texture. 

This time I also decided to add a tablespoon of gelatin powder to help give the cookies a little more structure. Guess what? It worked!

I also added a sneaky item that I felt would further enhance the flavor of these low carb cookies. Any guess on what that was?

Well, these keto chocolate chip cookies include an added tablespoon of sugar-free maple syrup. Why? I was trying to get the brown sugar flavor profile without having to use the extra carbs from molasses. Oh, boy was this the right choice. 

This recipe also features Surkin Gold, a brown sugar-free substitute. This stuff is amazing and one I will use more in coming recipes.

Can I tell you that combining Surkin Gold with a little sugar-free pancake syrup turned out to be a brilliant idea? It made a huge difference in creating the proper ketosis chocolate chip cookie flavor.

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Looks like Michelle is going to have to give her momma another keto baking challenge because these ketosis chocolate chip cookies are one for the record books.

Or maybe you all want to be next? How cool would that be?  So don’t be shy and send them my way.

I sure hope you will give this recipe a try. Once you do, make sure you remember to tag us on Instagram and Facebook. It’s what keeps this girl encouraged to keep sharing and perfecting her recipes.

Michelle understands the benefits of being in ketosis because she has seen firsthand the power of ketones has had on her parents.  You can read more about our ketosis transformation here.

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By using exogenous ketones you will naturally elevate your ketones allowing you to enter into ketosis more quickly.

Being at a deeper level of ketosis will help reduce your appetite, carb cravings, and give you lasting energy.  It’s been our experience that the use of exogenous ketones helps make the low carb keto lifestyle a viable sustainable option.

Honestly, it’s like having willpower in a cup.  Learn more about the science behind both exogenous and endogenous ketones and have your questions answered from a doctor’s perspective.

Make sure you also pick up your free and complete guide to understanding ketosis. Then begin the keto easily with this Start-Up Guide to the Ketosis Diet.

Wondering which foods you should avoid when doing Keto? This Keto Food Guide will assist you in doing the Keto Diet correctly.

Don’t start the Keto Diet until you calculate your Keto Macros easily  Using this calculator will customize the diet according to your goals and help you do the Keto Diet properly. 

Scientific Studies On The Benefits Of Ketosis

Long-term effects of a ketogenic diet in overweight patients

Ketogenic diets and physical performance

Effects of exogenous ketones on cognition 

Dietary ketosis enhances memory in mild cognitive impairment

Ketones suppress brain glucose consumption

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Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies

Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies

Yield: 16
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

A recipe for keto chocolate chip cookies. The ultimate low carb keto chocolate chip cookie recipe. This ketosis chocolate chip cookie is low enough in carbs to be keto-friendly.

Ingredients

Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven 350 degrees
  2. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper
  3. In a large bowl beat the room temperature butter, sugar substitutes, and tablespoon of sugar-free pancake syrup.
  4. Mix until light and fluffy.
  5. To this mixture add the eggs one at a time and beat well.
  6. Then sprinkle the gelatin powder and combine well.
  7. Next mix in the almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, and salt.
  8. Lastly, add the sugar-free chocolate chips, and walnuts.
  9. Drop the dough by heaping tablespoons and space about 2 inches apart. Flatten the cookie slightly.
  10. Bake the cookies for 12-15 minutes.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 16 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 256 Total Fat: 10.2g Saturated Fat: 7.4g Cholesterol: 48mg Sodium: 78mg Carbohydrates: 4.5g Fiber: 2.1g Sugar: 0.9g Protein: 4.1g
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7 Comments

  1. Hey! I’m making these but the salt is not included in the recipe amounts. I’ll just add about 1/2 tsp but I’d love to know the “real” amount when you can. Thanks so much for all you do to help us live a healthier Keto lifestyle—and praise Jesus as we do. Blessings!

     
    • Hi Tamera, you could add anywhere from 1/4 teaspoon to 1/2 teaspoon and be ok. The recipe should have stated 1/4 tsp. Thanks for being patient with me and for your encouragement. I will update the post ASAP. Blessings

       
  2. Thanks, Hilda! They’re in the oven now and smelling delicious!

     
  3. One last thing… THESE ARE SOOO GOOD! I ended up with 36 cookies so I must have made mine smaller than yours. But oh, so good! This was my first time to use the Swerve brown sugar substitute and wow. Delicious difference. Thanks again.

     
  4. Hilda, it’s a fluke that I found your website this morning and I’m so thankful I did. We’ve been on keto and intermittent fasting for over a decade. I’ve been successful and I’m happy on “my program”, but chocolate chip cookies haven’t been seen or eaten at our house for longer than that. I love the idea that there’s a recipe for cookies that look beautiful and probably taste wonderful. I’m impressed by your knowledge of cooking, for instance adding the low carb syrup to the recipe…something that not just anyone might be aware of. It takes a keen palate to understand the niceties of foods. And your knowledge of low carb ingredients is wonderful; I know I’m going learn a lot as I read through your recipes. Thank you for your public website, you’re very generous.

     
    • Hi Mary, Congrats on being keto for over a decade it’s been 5 1/2 years for us and I can’t imagine ever going back. Thank you for the lovely encouraging comment darling. It truly made my day.

       

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