Enjoy these enormous chocolate chip keto biscuits!
Make your own keto-friendly baking Crumbl cookies to enjoy this great treat in a budget-friendly way… keto style! Because of how simple these cookies are to create, I’m willing to wager that you’ll like this recipe.
The most incredible, enormous, gourmet cookies are produced by Crumbl Cookies. They have two traditional cookies: chocolate chip and sugar cookies with pink frosting. Then there are some very amazing rotating tastes like Molten Lava, Classic Peanut Butter, Boston Cream Pie, and Carrot Cake.
Share your love of cookies without the added sugar.
I’ll admit it straight up front: I adore cookies. Who, in actuality, dislikes chocolate chip cookies—or any cookies—at all? 🤔 Check out all of our keto cookie recipes if you share this sentiment.
Now let’s return to the recipe! I’m overjoyed with how these keto-friendly Crumbl biscuits came out. To get the recipe just perfect, I had to make a few attempts.
You must understand that this recipe is for a ketogenic diet, so it won’t taste exactly like the original; the almond flour gives it a darker colour and a slightly different texture.
Making the greatest keto-compliant Crumbl Cookies? Here are some tips:
For this dish, I used brown keto sweetener. When conducting study before baking, it appears that brown sugar would be the best choice to achieve the ideal flavor and texture. In light of this, I believe either a granular keto sweetener or the keto confectioners sweetener, which I typically use, would both work.
These keto chocolate chip cookies shouldn’t be overbaked. Only 10 to 11 minutes are required!
The cookies must sit on the baking sheet for at least 15 minutes before being moved; else, they will crumble. My cookies were great even though I left them on the cookie pan for closer to 20 minutes.
I am aware that it is torturous to wait a few minutes before eating warm cookies, but trust me. The secret is to be patient!
Use your preferred keto chocolate chips at your discretion. I made mine with ChocZero Milk Chocolate Chips, and every bite was delicious.
I bet you won’t stop at one!
In fact, I guarantee you wouldn’t even be able to consume one of these keto-friendly Crumbl biscuits! LOL! 😂 They truly are enormous and rather filling. These cookies are so thick and delicious that it took me three tries to finish one! I couldn’t eat the real Crumbl cookies all at once either because they are quite rich.
Crumbl Cookies Keto
- 1 stick of salted butter, and with a half-cup, at room temperature
- 1/2 cup of keto brown sugar
- 1 egg
- 2 vanilla bean seeds
- 0.5 teaspoons of salt
- one tablespoon of baking soda
- 1 and a half cups almond flour
- Coconut flour, 2 teaspoons
- a single cup of keto milk chocolate chips
- Turn the oven on to 350 degrees. Line(parchment paper) a sizable baking sheet.
- To a mixing dish, add butter and keto brown sweetener. For one to two minutes, beat at high speed to thoroughly integrate.
- Beat on medium speed while adding the egg and vanilla. It's okay if the batter appears a little disjointed at this phase.
- On low speed, add the salt, baking soda, almond flour, and coconut flour; scrape down the bowl's edges as necessary.
- Add the chocolate chips gradually while mixing at low speed, just until they are distributed evenly.
- Use a 1/3 cup measuring cup to generously scoop out the cookie dough, shape six large dough balls, and arrange them on the baking sheet. Add any extra dough evenly among the six dough balls if you have any. The dough balls should now be gently flattened and shaped into "hockey pucks."
- When baking the cookies, turn the pan over after 10 to 11 minutes. Avoid overbaking. They will have a subtle brown tinge to the top and margins.
Per serving, there are 485 calories, 41.7g of fat, 35g of total carbohydrates, 14.2g of fibre, 3.7g of sugar, 16g of sugar alcohol, 9.7g of protein, and 4.7g of net carbohydrates.
3 thoughts on “Crumbl Cookies Keto”
I don’t understand the butter in the recipe.
What does “1 stick of butter, and with a half cup “ mean?
Use a half cup of butter. When you buy butter there is some in one pound blocks. So if you buy the four 1/2 cup blocks that’s what they are talking about. Hope this helps.