Chocolate Fudge Keto Cookies | Low Carb Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe | LESS THAN 1 NET CARB

keto chocolate chip cookies
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The BEST Keto Cookie Recipe if you LOVE Chocolate. These low carb double chocolate chip fudge cookies have less than 1g NET CARBS and are SO EASY to make. Plus, unlike a lot of other chocolate fudge keto cookie recipes, there are NO AVOCADOS needed to make these!

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FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE:

THINGS I USED IN TODAY’S CHOCOLATE KETO COOKIE RECIPE:

Kirkland’s Almond Flour:

Confectioners Erythritol:

DARK Unsweetened Cocoa:

0 NET CARB Chocolate Chips:

1 NET CARB Chocolate Chips:

Pure Vanilla Extract:

Food Scale:

Cookie Scoop:

Large Baking Sheet:

Darth Vader Slippers:
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KETO COOKIES MACROS:

81 Calories
1.5g Protien
3.5g Carbs
(2.75g fiber)
.75g NET CARBS
7.5g Fat

NOTE*
The Macros DO NOT include the “carbs” from Swerve. Swerve has 0 calories, so it should be tracked as 0 carbs. The FDA makes food companies list “sugar alcohols” as carbs, but that doesn’t mean they should be tracked as such. That’s why it’s ALWAYS important to look at the calories of sweeteners and determine the true carb count FROM THE CALORIES!

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21 thoughts on “Chocolate Fudge Keto Cookies | Low Carb Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe | LESS THAN 1 NET CARB”

  1. Too good!!! I made these for the first time today. Wow! They are so good. Thanks so much for this great recipe 😃

  2. You should talk about what is inside confectioner swerve rather than the brand, it's much more useful & honest information. Unless your primary concern is getting paid by that company.

  3. My keto app counts these as 2 net carbs per one cookie 🍪 which also has two 2protein per cookie…. I’m mad I can’t really add it without to taking away from my total carbs for the day. I know that it equals to zero net carbs but it still counts it lmao 😂😭😂

  4. Here's the recipe if anyone wanted it:

    DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE (Low Carb)
    Preheat oven to 325º.

    2.5 T. (35 g) unsalted butter
    1.5 T. (25 g) Lily's semi-sweet baking chips
    Melt 15-30 seconds in microwave and mix.

    Add to chocolate sauce:
    1 scrambled egg
    1 t. vanilla extract
    Mix well.

    Then add and mix well:
    2/3 c. (74 g) almond flour
    1/3 c. (60 g). Swerve Confectioner's
    3.5 T. (18 g) Dutch Cocoa
    (One brand: Hershey's Cocoa Special Dark 100% Cacao)
    1/2 t. baking powder
    Pinch of salt
    3/4 T. (14 g) Lily's baking chips

    Will make 11 cookies with 1 T. scoop.
    Flatten cookies with spatula or cup.
    Add 3-4 chips to each one.
    Bake 8-10 minutes on parchment lined cookie sheet.

  5. Godiva has some of the best cocoa powder, comparing it to hersheys you would be shocked the color difference <3

  6. I made your Disney chocolate chip cookies on Saturday. My only mistake was only making a single batch. They were gone by Sunday night!! Today I’m making a double batch and these double chocolate chip cookies!!! If they’re as good as the Disney cookies, I’ll be in chocolate heaven!!

  7. Fantastic recipe…sounds and looks so good. Since its minus 7 degrees here in Colorado I'm going to bake!!

  8. Ok I did everythiiiing exactly like you…why does my cookie dough look more grainier than yours and I used Everything you did..why does your look like "harder" dough and mine looks melty 🤔

  9. I sure do love chocolate chip cookies but really don't like the cooling effect of swerve. Can you recommend any there keto friendly sugar substitutes that would work well with this recipe. I just had to throw away the whole batch 🙁

  10. I tried this recipe with a bit of skepticism but it turned out just amazing . Both my wife and I enjoyed it a lot! Just melt in your mouth delicious!! Thanks Joe

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