Are you making sugar cookies this year for the holidays? But don't want all that sugar that comes with it? Try these keto, paleo no sugar cookies and VitaFiber® has you covered with their low carb, sugar-free syrup and is the key ingredient in this recipe. This low carb no-sugar recipe doesn't crumble like most cookies you'll fine out there in the keto world of baking. You'll be so happy rolling out this dough and cutting out the no sugar cookies! Holiday baking is the best time of year and being able to keep your baking tradition alive while doing something healthy to make good gut bacteria is just a bonus. These keto cookies only get better days later! Happy holidays and God bless!
- 2 Eggs
- 1/2 Cup salted butter soft
- 1 and 1/2 Tbsp vanilla
- 4 Oz cream cheese
- 1 Cup VitaFiber® syrup
- 1 Tbsp baking powder
- 1/4 Cup Monkfruit Natural Sweetener
- 1 Cup Almond Flour Blanched
- 1 and 1/2 Cup Organic Coconut Flour
- Keto Butter Cream Frosting (recipe here)
- Pre-heat oven to 350. Baking time is 10-15 minutes depending on how thin or thick you desire.
- Start with mixing the wet ingredients. In a separate bowl add all the dry ingredients. Pour the dry ingredients into the wet and mix with a spoon until it forms a dough. Put the dough in the freezer for 15-30 minutes to chill before rolling it out. You can also leave the dough in the fridge for about 5 days if you want to plan ahead for cookie baking day, or if you just want several days of fresh-out-of-the-oven deliciousness.
- One tip for this recipe is to not transfer the cookies after you cut them out. It's much easier to roll the dough out and cut the cookies on a piece of parchment paper. Cut the shapes and pull away the dough from in between the cookies. Then simply lay that set of cookies on the desired pan and pop in oven. Keep in mind the pan you'll use for the cookies and how you roll them out so you can get the most cookies on the pan. Another tip is to set the leftover dough in the freezer in between the bake times so that it makes it easy to work with.
- If the eggs you're using are larger than average, then you may need another Tbsp coconut flour. The dough shouldn't stick to the parchment paper. If it does then that means you'll need a bit more coconut flour.