The ultimate low-carb and keto cookie collection
When in search of low-carb or keto cookie recipes, there are actually more delicious possibilities than one might think.
In fact, in this collection alone, we’ve included several traditional cookie recipes that are low in carbs and require minimal ingredients.
There’s everyone’s favorite — the chocolate chip cookie — made with sugar-free or dark chocolate. Or, if you’re a big fan of peanut butter cookies, you have to try our simple recipe, which uses ingredients you likely already have in your kitchen pantry.
Additionally, we’ve rounded up healthy cookie options for various holidays, changing seasons, and from different countries around the world.
Keep reading to find the keto and low-carb cookies of your dreams. Trust us when we say, these cookies will hit the sweet spot.
Struggling with eating just one serving?
If you think about it, cookies could be considered the “perfect” keto dessert because there’s built-in portion control — at least as long as you stick to a single serving size.
And remember, most cookies freeze well. Once wrapped and in the freezer, they won’t call to you like they might from the countertop or the fridge.
Cookies are also a delight to share, especially with youngsters who can enjoy the event of making homemade cookies as much as they enjoy eating them.
Top keto and low-carb cookie recipesNext, we have everyone’s favorite, simple-to-make cookie, the keto chocolate chip cookie.
Our version is made with sugar-free or dark chocolate. If you’re a peanut butter friend, try our simple keto peanut butter cookie recipe that uses ingredients you likely have stored in your kitchen.
Celebrate fall with our low-carb pumpkin spice cookies, which include all the best flavors of pumpkin spice.
Try this Argentinian classic, keto alfajores, which features a caramel filling in a shortbread cookie. Or, bake these low-carb chocolate tim tams, which are a favorite in Australia, and are made up of a soft filling, crisp cookie layers, and a decadent chocolate coating.
We’ve also included a traditional Swedish keto hazelnut cookie. These crisp cookies feature the earthy goodness of hazelnuts and look super cute with a whole hazelnut tucked into the center of each one.
Keto cookie dessert creations
You might also begin with a delicious ice cream base and add cookie dough bits for another truly delicious low-carb ice cream and cookie duo dessert.
Our latest keto and low-carb desserts
A little sneak peek…
If you want to lose weight while still enjoying amazing food, we’ve got the perfect meal plan for you.
To help turn you into a fat-burning machine, we’ve decided to employ intermittent fasting (16:8) in this week’s meal plan. This means your first meal will be at lunch — but feel free to drink coffee, tea, and of course, water throughout the day.
This mouth-watering ketogenic menu will keep you way below 20 grams of carbs per day. It includes some popular budget-friendly meals, such as our No-bean keto chili and Crispy tuna burgers, plus a few more elevated meals like our
Ribeye steak with loaded cauliflower mash.
Remember, you can always swap pricey ingredients such as ribeye with cheaper protein options such as chicken thighs or pork chops. Just make sure to adjust the cooking time as needed.
By skipping breakfast, you’ll automatically save money that you could potentially spend on higher-quality ingredients such as grass-fed beef and organic eggs — a good investment for your body, the animals, and the environment.