Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies
These Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies are really good! They turned out great! I honestly like them better than regular chocolate chip cookies. This is a great keto recipe for a cookie addict like me! These will be my go to cookie recipe for years to come. Now you can make the chocolate chips at home! All you need to do is, follow the recipe Homemade Keto Chocolate Chips
- 2 1/2 cup Blanched almond flour
- 6 tbsp Butter (softened; can use coconut oil for dairy-free, but flavor and texture will be different) *
- 1 large Egg
- 1/2 cup Erythritol (or other granular sweetener of choice)
- 1 tsp Vanilla extract
- 1 tsp Blackstrap molasses
- 1/2 cup chocolate chips
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (177 degrees C). Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
- Use a hand mixer or stand mixer to beat together the butter and erythritol, until it’s fluffy and light in color.
Beat in the egg, vanilla extract, and blackstrap molasses. Beat in the almond flour, 1/2 cup (118 mL) at a time.
- Fold in the chocolate chips.
Use a medium cookie scoop to drop rounded tablespoonfuls of the dough onto the prepared cookie sheet. Flatten each cookie to about 1/3 in (.8 cm) thick. (You can make them thicker or thinner to your liking. Keep in mind they only spread a little and don’t thin out during baking, so make them as thin as you want them when done.)
- Bake for about 12 minutes, until the edges are golden. (Time will vary based on your oven and thickness of your cookies.) Allow to cool completely in the pan before handling.
Amount per serving. Serving size in recipe notes above.
Total Carbs 6g
Net Carbs 4g
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Recipe by: Helen Bora