The holidays call for cookies, and if you’re like me, you want them keto friendly, sugar free and gluten free.
This means the cookies will be made with some combination of almond flour and coconut flour with the Swerve sweetener (powdered erythritol).
I’ll admit that baking cookies without wheat flour and sugar is a challenge, but I’ve made these cookies so many times, I have confidence for your success.
All of these cookies freeze really well. Either freeze cookie dough or freeze baked cookies after they cool completely.
Main Ingredients for Most of the Christmas Cookies
- Almond Flour
- Coconut Flour
- Choc Zero Dark Chocolate Chips
- Choc Zero White Chocolate Chips
- Swerve Granulated Sweetener
This is such a favorite keto cookie because you have that sweet and salty and the bacon adds an extra texture from the crispy bacon. I make them bakery size, but you can make them smaller.
My number one favorite cookie. Admittedly, macadamia nuts are pricey, but make these for the holidays. The tart, sweet and salty is a combination that cannot be beat.
Pecan tassies are a childhood favorite and I was thrilled when a keto recipe worked and worked well. This has all the feels for Christmas.
How adorable are these. You must take your time, keep the dough really cold, but once you get the feel for it, these are amazing, and they freeze really well.
The above cookies are crisp and easy to cut out. These soft sugar cookies are fluffy and more cake like. Change the flavoring from vanilla to lemon or orange for a twist.
Easy to make, easy to pop in your mouth. This recipe is easier on the budget because it only requires coconut flour.
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