The Real Deal “Sugar” Cookies (Keto, Low Carb)

I almost can’t type this article fast enough. Since the beginning of my healthy eating ventures baked goods almost always meant splurge. Baked goods=sugar. Whether honey, coconut sugar, or agave, truth be told, you can only eat so many Paleo baked goods before you inflate like a balloon. The struggle is so real, you can cut it with a cookie cutter!
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Enter Swerve. Ah Swerve, the lovely sweetener that has zero effect on your blood glucose levels and is literally ushered out through…..ehem, peepee…. No seriously, you get to taste of this lovely just-like-sugar sweetener and then not reap any of the repercussions that honey and regular sugar bring (weight gain, blood sugar spikes, feeding cancer cells, yikes!). Swerve is what has changed my baking game. I can still Keto or Paleo with the help of my little friend!Fun & friendly home décor, decorative accents, great gifts, and cozy apparel by Evergreen, New Creative, and Cypress Home.

Today’s sugarless cookies are brought to you by high fat and LOW carb delish-US almond flour, coconut flour and BUTTA!!! Can you pick up on how excited I am that I just listened to Bing Crosby singing Away in a Manger and baked these and have absolutely no food guilt? No 2 hours in the gym unless you eat the whole batch in one sitting (which might be incredibly tempting). Let’s get to the goodness!
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These guys are super soft after exiting the oven, but once completely cool are the perfect marriage of a soft and crunchy cookie, you JUST HAVE TO experience these to believe me! I found that after exactly 9 minutes, they were just perfect, 10 was too long, 8 was too short. Play with this in your oven on the first pan full and adjust as needed 🙂

Keto Sugarless Cookies

1 1/2 cup butter, softened

1 3/4 cup Swerve, Confectioners (must be confectioners)

4 eggs

1 Tbsp vanilla extract

1/2 tsp almond extract

1 tsp baking soda

1 tsp sea salt

4 1/2 cups almond flour (I used Blue Diamond)

1 cup coconut flour

Cream together butter and swerve until fluffy (I mean it’ll take a few minutes, but when it looks like whipped cream or whipped butter). Next add eggs while the mixer is going one at a time, then vanilla and almond ext. Mix Dry ingredients in a separate bowl and add to slow mixer one cup at a time until all ingredients are incorporated. Add dough to a gallon sized zip top bag and mash into a disc, refrigerating for 1 hour-overnight. Roll out dough 1/4″ thick between 2 pieces of parchment paper and preheat oven to 350º. Cut out shapes desired and bake on parchment paper for 8 minutes (light browning around the edges indicates doneness).

*sugar free sprinkles can be mashed into the dough and baked the same way


1 cup swerve

1 stick butter

1/4 tsp vanilla extract

3 tbsp coconut milk or heavy cream

food coloring

Mix well and add drops of food coloring to desired color. Store in air tight container and frost when cookies are totally cool.



14 Comments Add yours

  1. Patsy Voyles says:

    Is there a way not to use the coconut flour?

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    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      You could try doubling the amount in almond and see how it turns out, but coconut flour gives these their texture which is important, so tread carefully and bake on!! 👍🏻🙂🙂


  2. Carol Moore says:

    What is approximate yield?? That’s ALOT of flour!!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Paleomomnoms says:

      This will make several dozen. I’ve never wanted to make a small batch of Christmas cookies 😂


  3. MJ says:

    Do you have a nutritional value per serving? Wondering about how many carbs, fats, etc. These look fantastic and I’m looking forward to making them for the holidays!!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. I don’t have the values, BUT! I’d just plug these ingredients into recipe calculator, so feel free to try that!! 😘♥️


      1. Maja says:

        Can I use coconut oil instead of butter?

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      2. I haven’t tried but usually that works. Flavor might need a pinch more salt


  4. Lori says:

    Do you have nutrition information for these cookies?

    Liked by 1 person

    1. I have not calculated these, but I really like using because they let you enter the ingredients and will calculate it for you if you’d like to try that 🥰


  5. Jaime says:

    Salted or unsalted buttah? For the cookies and icing.

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    1. I always use salted, I like the way it tastes 😋


      1. Stephanie says:

        Any idea how these would be with an egg replacer? My son is on very strict keto for seizures(so I need to plug in the info for nutrition) but we are having a social group this week and I just got an awesome wheelchair cookie cutter I want to try to take cookies made with. And he’s allergic to egg…
        Any thoughts welcome

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      2. I’ve never tried it, but if you do, I’d love to know how they turn out.
        I hope your son gets every possible benefit from this way of eating. For many of us it’s been a literal lifesaver ♥️ I pray God bless you and provide your family grace!


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