October 22, 2021
Have you been craving the best chocolate chip cookies? No matter what diet you're following, this recipe has been designed to keep your carbs under control. Besides being easy to make, you can munch on them guilt-free.
These keto chocolate chip cookies are easy to make and contain ingredients that are readily available. They are absolutely tasty and your kids will definitely love them.
Since traditional flour doesn’t follow the rules of a keto diet. Therefore, we are going to use almond flour as an alternative. Almond flour cookies contain a high amount of fiber and healthy fats, which makes them extremely filling.
Several reasons make almond flour a must-have for the keto kitchen: it's a great source of vitamin E, magnesium, iron, manganese, calcium, and potassium. In addition to the nutty flavor, it also lends a moist, slightly dense quality to baked goods.
Chocolate chips that are sugar-free are typically low in carbohydrates. The low carb content of these chocolate chips, along with the fact that there is no sugar in them, makes them ideal for those trying to live a healthier lifestyle and for those on the ketogenic diet.
You can easily find it in the stores. If you can’t find sugar-free chocolate chips, you can go for keto-friendly dark chocolates that can be cut into chunks and sprinkled on top.
Xanthan gum is an optional ingredient, but it basically adds a chewy texture to the cookies and helps the flour hold together. The cookies won't beak if you add Xanthan gum.
Erythritol is a perfect substitute for sugar and can be used in baking. A sugar substitute with about 70 to 80% of the sweetness, erythritol has zero calories. The amount of carbohydrate per teaspoon is 4 grams, but the net carbohydrate is zero, so it doesn't count towards your daily carb allowance.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Total time: 35 minutes
Calories: 180 Kcal
You can store the cookies in an airtight container for 7 days.
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