Edible keto cookie dough is easy to make in just 5 minutes. These keto chocolate chip cookie dough bites are made with almond flour, coconut flour, and keto sweetener. Enjoy a delicious no-bake keto treat that happens to taste just like the real thing!
Let me tell you that I am completely obsessed with these keto cookie dough bites. It is a no-bake keto recipe that’s sugar-free, grain-free and it’s 100% delicious. And the best part, it’s ready in less than 5 minutes.
Eating raw cookie dough is my biggest pleasure ever since I was a child. Whenever my grandmother was making cookies with sugar and tons of butter I sat there waiting for the perfect moment to steal a few cookie batter bites.
She told me that eating raw cookie dough can be dangerous, but I still loved it and I’m still alive, so I guess it wasn’t entirely true. I had to come up with a balanced edible keto cookie dough version of it.
Is there anything better than keto cookies? No matter how much we love keto chocolate chip cookies, flourless double chocolate cookies, or keto lemon cookies, sometimes I crave raw cookie dough.
Watch our quick video to see exactly how to make the keto cookie dough recipe.
You’ll need a few ingredients to make this delicious keto dessert. You probably already have them in the house. So, what are you waiting for? Grab all the low carb ingredients and turn them into a delicious keto cookie dough. Here’s everything you’ll need:
- almond flour
- coconut flour
- keto sweetener
- butter or any nut butter or coconut oil*
- heavy whipping cream or coconut cream*
- vanilla extract
- a pinch of salt
*replace if you want vegan paleo keto cookie dough
The instructions for this recipe are so simple. All you need to do:
- Mix all the dry ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, sweetener, and salt.
- Add in softened butter or coconut oil, heavy whipping cream or coconut cream, vanilla extract, and mix well.
- If the batter is too dry, add more unsweetened coconut milk or almond milk until desired consistency.
- Fold in the chocolate pieces and roll into balls for easier portion control.
I divided my batter into 16 equal pieces that came out to 2g net carbs each. Here’s a list of the full macros:
- 98 kcal
- 3g carbohydrates
- 1g fiber
- 2g net carbohydrates
- 2g protein
- 9g fat
The best part is that with a few twists, you can turn it into a paleo-approved recipe. Use coconut oil instead of the butter and replace the heavy whipping cream with coconut cream. With these alterations, the recipe is also vegan, so it’s great to try a vegan high-fat keto diet.
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Edible Keto Cookie Dough
- 1 cup almond flour
- 1/4 cup coconut flour
- 3 tbsp Sweetener
- a pinch salt
- 4 tbsp butter softened
- 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream or coconut cream
- 1 tbsp vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup dark chocolate or sugar-free chocolate chips
- 2-3 tbsp almond milk or coconut milk unsweetened
- In a bowl mix the almond flour, coconut flour, the sweetener and a pinch of salt.
- Add the butter, whipping cream, vanilla extract and mix well until all the ingredients are well incorporated.
- Add a few extra tablespoons of unsweetened milk if the dough is too dry or crumbly. The dough should be creamy.
- Use a spatula to fold in the chopped dark chocolate or sugar free chocoalte chips.
- Roll the cookie dough into balls. Enjoy!
- My cookie balls weighed around 20g each and they are big enough for 2 bites.
- You can adjust the sweetens of the keto cookie dough to your taste. Mine are slightly sweet. You can either add more keto sweetener or less.
- Keep the keto cookie dough in the refrigerator for up to a week.
- Eat it raw and don’t try to bake, it won’t turn into cookies.
- You can use sugar-free chocolate chips instead of the chopped chocolate.
How do we calculate the nutrition info?
These nutrition facts listed are determined using nutrition information from the USDA Food Database. Our nutrition facts are accurate, but if you are using different products, please make your calculations. Net carb count is calculated by subtracting both fiber and sugar alcohols because they don’t raise blood sugar.
The full recipe is in the recipe card below. Readers that love this aslo made these recipes:
These are not vegan as the title suggestions.
Hey Lisa! I gave all the details on how to make a vegan cookie dough in the blog post.
Can you put the keto cookie dough into a silicone mould?
That would be great! Perfectly shaped.