Wed. May 22nd, 2024
Keto Christmas Cookies

Delicious and sugar-free Snowball Keto Christmas Cookies are available. Soft, shortbread-like cookies. It’s a good thing you can satisfy your sweet desire in just 20 minutes!

The holidays are here! And to celebrate, we’re baking a batch of our favorite shortbread biscuits made with almond flour. We’ve only chosen to give them a healthy makeover this year.

WHAT MAKES THESE KETO CHRISTMAS COOKIES SO ADDICTING

They are buttery and soft.
beautifully sweetened. Not too little, not too much. Exactly right.
You can have an extra cookie if it doesn’t include sugar. Or add three more.
A baking sheet, one bowl, and one spoon are all that are needed for this incredibly simple Christmas cookie recipe.

We think they resemble Christmas ornaments because of the small cranberries on top. So joyful!

INFORMATION ON HOW TO MAKE THESE ALMOND SNOWBALL COOKIES

Making these keto Christmas cookies is incredibly simple. However, there are a few pointers to follow to ensure they are flawless.
Use softened butter wisely. I remove the butter from the refrigerator as soon as the thought of cookies crosses my mind. To become really soft, it must spend several hours at room temperature. Cut the quantity needed for this recipe, or 1/2 cup, into small pieces if you’re in a hurry. Compared to a brick of butter, the little bits will soften considerably more quickly.

Employ fine almond flour. Avoid using almond meal for the best texture. Because of its coarser texture, the cookies will be denser.

Warmth will help it adhere better.

Remain patient. Warm cookies have an undercooked flavor. Waiting for them to cool will make them better.

WHOSE HEALTHY CHRISTMAS COOKIES ARE THEY MADE FROM?

We utilize the sweetener erythritol to make these cookies sugar-free.

A naturally occurring sugar alcohol called erythritol can be found in several fermented foods. (However, the ingredients in this recipe that you purchase at the supermarket are artificial.)

Although it has a sweet flavor and functions in cooking like sugar, it is not digested by the body and is excreted from it. It doesn’t raise insulin levels and contains no calories or net carbohydrates.

Therefore, we begin by using erythritol to create nutritious keto Christmas cookies. Then, we incorporate some nutritious almond flour, which is rich in healthy fats and protein. Finally, we utilize butter, which can be grass-fed if you so choose.

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Because they contain almond flour, they are soft, buttery, and absolutely tasty. They are nutritious Christmas cookies, but nobody will ever guess that!

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 ½ cups almond flour
  • ¾ cups powdered erythritol, divided
  • ¼ teaspoon sea salt
  • ½ cup butter, softened
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 26 dried cranberries

Christmas Cookies Keto

Instructions

  1. Oven’s temperature 350. Take a bowl(large) and mix 1/2 cup of the powdered erythritol, sea salt, and almond flour. Once a soft dough develops, add the softened butter and vanilla and stir.
  2. Scoop the cookie dough with a tablespoon, then form it into 26 balls. On two baking sheets, spread them out 1 inch apart.
  3. Bake for TEN minute. Remove from oven. Put to cooling rack(cool slightly). Each one should have a dried cranberry on top before being dusted with the remaining 14 cup of erythritol powder.

NOTES

It is advisable to wait until these cookies are totally cold before eating them because they will taste undercooked if you do.

Nutrition Facts

serving: 1 cookie, 96 kcal, 3g of carbohydrates, 2g of protein, 9g of fat, 3g of saturated fat, 1g of polyunsaturated fat, 1g of monounsaturated fat, 1g of trans fat, 9mg of cholesterol, 54mg of sodium, 2mg of potassium, 1g of fiber, 1mg of vitamin C, 24mg of calcium, and 1mg of iron.

 

Another Recipe For Keto Christmas Cookies

Christmas is finally here, and there is no better time to get the cookie cutters out and bake some keto treats. If you’re following a low-carb diet this season and searching for keto holiday recipes, you might be concerned about the selection of festive treats you have available to you. These keto Christmas cookies are a delightful addition to your holiday baking bucket list, and I have a few other keto Christmas dishes as well.

KETO CHRISTMAS COOKIE METHOD

There are a ton of recipes for keto Christmas cookies, but you’ll love mine. You may discover a bit of everything on this page, whether you’re looking for keto Christmas desserts or low carb Christmas dishes.

The majority of the components for these simple keto Christmas goodies are probably already in your pantry.

You will begin by creaming together your butter, keto sweeteners, egg, and vanilla. It usually works best to use a stand mixer or hand mixer because you want this to become rather frothy. Of course, you could beat it by hand with a little elbow grease!

Next, combine salt, a little xanthan gum, almond and coconut flours, and oil. The latter isn’t absolutely necessary, but I’ve discovered that a tiny bit helps the cookies maintain the proper shape and texture.

 

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup butter
  • TWO tbsp. coconut oil
  • 1/4 xantham gum
  • 1/4 tsp. salt
  • 1/3 cup coconut flour
  • 2 cups almond flour
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 tsp Liquid Monkfruit extract
  • 1/3 cup Lakanto golden Sweetener
  • 1/3 cup granulated allulose

 

 

Instructions

  1. In a mixing bowl, combine the egg, vanilla, butter, coconut oil, allulose, Lakanto golden sweetener, liquid monkfruit extract, and the ingredients. Mix at a medium speed until fluffy and thoroughly blended. (A stand mixer is preferred, although a hand mixer or a few minutes of manual beating also work.)
  2. Add the salt, xanthan gum, coconut flour, and almond flour. Combine thoroughly after mixing.
  3. For around 10 minutes, place the mixing bowl containing the dough in the freezer.
  4. Set the oven’s temperature to 350.
  5. Remove the refrigerated dough and sandwich it between two pieces of parchment paper. Roll out the dough(1/4 inch).
  6. Place the rolled dough on a baking sheet or cutting board, still enclosed by the parchment paper, and freeze it for five minutes. Put parchment paper on a different baking sheet in the interim.
  7. Remove the dough from the freezer once it has cooled for a few minutes, then cut the dough into the shapes you choose with your cookie cutters. On the baking sheet with parchment paper, arrange the cutout cookies.
  8. Bake(7-9 minutes) the cutout cookies on the baking sheet. Remove from the pan after letting cool fully. Enjoy!

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