Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies
This was my first time EVER to attempt a Sugar Free/Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe and MAN these were awesome! They got a big thumbs up from EVERYONE in my family who didn t even know they were SFLC until AFTER they ate them. They would have had no idea! Now THAT s what I call a success!Even with a few of my own modifications to make these lower in carbs I cannot take full credit for this oh so amazing recipe though (which is why I can t post it for those of you asking) you can find the recipe here at —> (Blondie s Paleo and Keto Journey.) but do take a look at my notes below to see how I changed things up a bit for a friendlier LOW CARB version. These have great texture and REALLY great flavor. I give this recipe 5 stars! *Personal Notes and Changes
- I used Stevia in the Raw for sweetener. No conversions it is used cup for cup just like sugar!
- I used Hazelnut flour in place of almond flour. Hazelnut flour is lower in carbs.
- You ll see that they are titled coconut chocolate chip cookies but I only had very little Unsweetened coconut so in case you don t have any you can omit this and they will still taste fantastic. It s listed on the ingredients as *optional* anyway.Also you could add coconut extract if you DO want that extra coconutty flavor but can t get your hands on hard to find (and expensive) unsweetened coconut.
- You ll also see listed in the ingredients *chocolate chips. I used Sensato Sugar Free Chocolate Chips but there are a few other options out there too (including dark chocolate chips which Hershey makes) if your not extreme low carb but still want to lower the carb count and can t find the sugar free/low carb kind.
- If you like crunchy cookies leave them to cool on a paper towel and store in the open air. If you like your cookies on the soft side then put them in a ziplock baggie or cookie jar for a little bit. They will soften up. I did this and I felt they were even BETTER after softening up a bit.
- My personal experience is that they are better cold. I keep mine in the freezer and pull one out when my sweet tooth attacks. They don t get overly hard in the freezer you can literally take it out and eat it right away (without chipping a tooth lol) I ve dipped mine in coconut milk too and savored every. single. bite.
ENJOY! Base Recipe adapted from site