These Keto chocolate chip cookies are the absolute, best keto chocolate chip cookie recipe. It’s the keto cookie that will make you forget carbs.
As far as cookie recipes go, this low carb chocolate chip cookie recipe is one of my favorites. They are the perfect keto cookies for any occasion.
If you have 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 ensure that these keto chewy chocolate chip cookies are the ones you’ll want to make often and share.
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 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
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.
The 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 been wondering how you can create a delicious recipe for keto-friendly chocolate chip cookies that revivals your traditional recipe.
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 of 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 keto-friendly chocolate chip cookies. My second attempt at creating the ultimate ketosis chocolate chip cookie recipe proved to be the winner. Yay me!
The following are the basic ingredients you’ll need:
- Almond flour
- Coconut flour
- Butter, room temperature
- Brown sugar substitute
- White granulated sugar substitute
- Sugar-free chocolate chips
- Gelatin powder
- Sugar-free maple syrup
The first step in making these cookies is the creaming of the butter, sweetener, and sugar-free syrup. Making sure it’s properly mixed will guarantee the texture is spot on.
Then it’s just a matter of adding the dry ingredients including the sugar-free chocolate chips.
Keto Chocolate Chip 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.
You may have noticed from the ingredient list that I also decided to add a tablespoon of gelatin powder to help give the cookies a little more of a chewy 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 a white granulated sugar substitute and Surkin Gold, a brown sugar-free substitute. Using both these sweeteners also played a role in the texture of these keto cookies.
Can I tell you that combining Surkin Gold with a little sugar-free maple syrup turned out to be a brilliant idea? It made a huge difference in creating the proper ketosis chocolate chip cookie flavor.
Looks like Michelle is going to have to give her momma another keto baking challenge because these keto 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.
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In case you don’t know I have authored two books for you, Essential Keto Bread and Essential Keto Desserts both inspired by your requests over the years. It’s my prayer these keto cookbooks will help make keto a delicious breeze for you.
Join Our Jesus And Keto Movement!
If there is one thing I particularly proud of sharing it’s how we combined our Christian faith with the keto diet.
In case you don’t know, Randy and I came to the keto diet looking at it from a Christian perspective. As believers, we live our entire lives supported by God’s grace.
So when the Holy Spirit led us to combine our Christian faith and the keto diet, we did so in hopes of finding lasting transformation.
To say we needed God’s intervention is putting it mildly. When we followed the Holy Spirit’s prompting to we got on the path to real transformation.
Knowing firsthand the benefits of this decision we have created a closed Christian group that is using the keto diet to transform their lives.
I love how supportive and encouraging this group of believers is. It’s exciting to see how people are transforming their lives by combining this lifestyle with the Christian faith.
The testimonies coming out of our Fittoservegroup are what motivates us to continue to share what we’ve learned.
We invite you to join our Private Facebook Group and see if it’s not the key you have been missing.
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Keto Hack To Stay In Ketosis
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Honestly, it’s like having willpower in a cup.
Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies
- 2 cups of almond flour (finely milled)
- ¼ cup of coconut flour
- 2 teaspoons of baking powder
- ½ cup of gold surkin sugar substitute (or any brown sugar-free substitute)
- ½ cup of granulated sugar substitute
- 1 tablespoon of unflavored gelatin powder
- 3/4 cup of butter (1 1/2 sticks) room temperature
- 2 large eggs
- 1 tablespoon of sugar-free maple syrup
- 1 cup of chopped walnuts
- ¾ cup of sugar-free chocolate chips
- 1 ounce of 85% dark chocolate bar roughly chopped (optional)
- 1/4 teaspoon of salt
- Pre-heat oven 350 degrees
- Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper
- In a large bowl beat the room temperature butter, sugar substitutes, and tablespoon of sugar-free pancake syrup.
- Mix until light and fluffy.
- To this mixture add the eggs one at a time and beat well.
- Then sprinkle the gelatin powder and combine well.
- Next mix in the almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, and salt.
- Lastly, add the sugar-free chocolate chips, and walnuts.
- Drop the dough by heaping tablespoons and space about 2 inches apart. Flatten the cookie slightly.
- Bake the cookies for 12-15 minutes.
- Store leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or freeze for up to 3 weeks.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 16 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 256Total Fat: 10.2gSaturated Fat: 7.4gCholesterol: 48mgSodium: 78mgCarbohydrates: 4.5gNet Carbohydrates: 2.4gFiber: 2.1gSugar: 0.9gProtein: 4.1g
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