Who doesn’t love a good chocolate chip cookie? The one problem with going to keto is finding a good keto chocolate chip recipe that tastes just like the real thing.
But, there are some really good ketogenic chocolate chip cookie recipes out there!
The first keto chocolate chip cookies recipe comes from the website, Fat For Weight Loss. Aaron has an awesome cookie ingredient guide image to show you what different ingredients do to these keto cookies.
The recipe uses 9 ingredients, with almond flour as the base. The recipe makes 12 cookies with 2.3 total carbs per cookie. The recipe doesn’t offer the net carbs, but the post is jam-packed with ideas for making the best chocolate chip cookies.
Jennifer Banz has some amazing keto recipes, and that includes her recipe for a keto-friendly chocolate chip cookie recipe. Her recipe calls for 8 ingredients, including Lily’s Chocolate chips which is sweetened with stevia.
The ketogenic cookies make 21 servings. And, it comes out to 4 total carbs or 2 net carbs per cookie. I like that she includes additional information, such as freezing information. I know I like to freeze my own cookies when I can!
Chocolate Covered Katie isn’t known as being a keto or low carb blogger, but she does occasionally put together some amazing keto or low carb friendly recipes.
Her version of keto chocolate chip cookies are truly no different than the other so far. But it’s another option of a delicious cookie that’s keto-friendly! The recipe comes out to 3.3 total carbs or 2.2 net carbs.
What makes these keto cookies chewy is the added beef gelatin in the recipe. If you don’t have beef gelatin, you should be able to use gelatin packets from the store. It’s just the same thing!
Each ketogenic chocolate chip cookie comes out to a total of 5 carbs or 1.7 grams of net carbs. And, the recipe makes a batch of 16 cookies. They recommend using butter over coconut oil for a traditional chocolate chip cookie taste.
The claim to fame for this cookie recipe is the fact it takes under 10 minutes to whip together. With only 7 ingredients, it looks on par with other the other recipes. The batch makes 20 cookies for a total of 6 carbs or 4 net carbs.
The main difference between this cookie and the rest is the use of blackstrap molasses. I’ve learned that little blackstrap molasses can definitely turn the flavor of a cookie around. So it’s worth adding if you have the chance to.
If you’re looking for a keto cookie that’s also paleo-friendly, then here’s a good recipe to try. Personally, I don’t see much difference between this recipe and the other ones listed so far. So it looks like most of the ingredients are naturally paleo-friendly, anyways.
This recipe uses coconut oil in place of butter, which may be best for those who are avoiding dairy. Carb wise, the total carbs come to 5 carbs per cookie and this recipe makes 16 cookies. The recipe doesn’t list the net carbs, so you’ll have to use something like My Fitness Pal.
If you’re looking for a cookie that has a low net carb, then give this one a try. For 1.5 grams of net carbs, you can enjoy a couple of these cookies. The batch makes 18 cookies for a total of 3 carbs, overall. Not too shabby!
Interestingly enough, her recipe calls for konjac powder which is what is used in skinny pasta. This recipe also calls for an added touch of blackstrap molasses and golden erythritol, which mimics a brown sugar flavor. The combination of the two sweeteners sounds delicious!
For this low carb chocolate chip cookie recipe, it makes up to 24 cookies. And, much like the previous recipe in this list, it calls for golden erythritol to mimic the brown sugar taste. But there are no blackstrap molasses in this recipe.
Each cookie comes to 3.2 total carbs or 2 net carbs, assuming you make 24 cookies from this batch. If you don’t have any golden erythritol, you should be able to use regular erythritol in the recipe. The taste just will not be 100% the same.
Unlike the previous recipes which call for erythritol in some form, this one uses Truvia. Which for most people might be more affordable, and easier to find in the supermarket. And, just regular sugar-free chocolate chip cookies.
This keto cookie recipe makes a batch of 24 cookies. To top it off, each cookie comes out to 3 total carbs. I couldn’t find anything that mentions net carbs in the recipe, so you’ll need to use something like My Fitness Pal to figure that out.
These cookies look a lot different than the previous cookie recipes I posted about. Apparently, it’s chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside. The secret? It’s an adaptation of a family recipe using heavy whipping cream!
Because of the heavy cream, the cookies taste richer and creamier. For a batch of 10 cookies, the carbs come out to 3.6 total carbs or 1.8 net carbs per cookie. This looks like a great cookie to try!