Jan 18, 2014

Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies

Sugar Free Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies

This was my  first time EVER to attempt a Sugar Free/Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe and MAN these were awesome! They got a big thumbs up from EVERYONE in my family who didn't even know they were SFLC until AFTER they ate them. They would have had no idea! Now THAT's what I call a success!


Even with a few of my own modifications to make these lower in carbs, I cannot take full credit for this oh so amazing recipe though (which is why I can't post it for those of you asking), you can find the recipe here at ---> (Blondie's Paleo and Keto Journey.) but do take a look at my notes below to see how I changed things up a bit for a friendlier LOW CARB version. These have great texture and REALLY great flavor. I give this recipe 5 stars! 


*Personal Notes and Changes

  • I used Stevia in the Raw for sweetener. No conversions, it is used cup for cup just like sugar!

  • I used Hazelnut flour in place of almond flour. Hazelnut flour is lower in carbs. 


  • You'll see that they are titled coconut chocolate chip cookies, but I only had very little Unsweetened coconut so in case you don't have any, you can omit this and they will still taste fantastic. It's listed on the ingredients as *optional* anyway.Also, you could add coconut extract if you DO want that extra coconutty flavor, but can't get your hands on hard to find (and expensive) unsweetened coconut.


  1. You'll also see listed in the ingredients *chocolate chips. I used Sensato Sugar Free Chocolate Chips, but there are a few other options out there too (including dark chocolate chips, which Hershey makes) if your not extreme low carb, but still want to lower the carb count and can't find the sugar free/low carb kind. 


  • If you like crunchy cookies, leave them to cool on a paper towel and store in the open air. If you like your cookies on the soft side, then put them in a ziplock baggie or cookie jar for a little bit. They will soften up. I did this and I felt they were even BETTER after softening up a bit. 


  • My personal experience is that they are better cold. I keep mine in the freezer and pull one out when my sweet tooth attacks. They don't get overly hard in the freezer, you can literally take it out and eat it right away (without chipping a tooth lol) I've dipped mine in coconut milk too and savored every. single. bite. 


ENJOY


Sugar Free Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies











42 comments:

  1. Thank you, these sound yummy! I really appreciate you posting. I'm sorry people have been ugly-it's pitiful that people waste time being terrible to strangers.

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  2. Where's the recipe?

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  3. I'm just getting started with no/low carb eating. This sounds delightful. Thanks for sharing it. I, too, am sorry people have been ugly to you. Life is too short to be nasty. If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all.

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  4. What is xantham and where do you get it?

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    1. Tesco sell it http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=268920065

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    2. Xantham can also be found with the cake supply stuff at Jo-Ann Fabrics if you have one near you.

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  5. Where is the recipe?

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  6. Where's the recipe? She literally writes: "I cannot take credit for this oh so amazing recipe though, you can find the recipe at Blondie's Paleo and Keto Journey."

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    1. I'm sorry for the confusion, I can't understand though how people are missing the link to the recipe...it's RED, it's in BOLD, and I have a big arrow pointing at it with the preceding words..."you can find the recipe here at...

      Just in case you are still having trouble, here is the link http://blondiespaleojourney.weebly.com/my-blog/coconut-chocolate-chip-cookies-keto-and-lactopaleo

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    2. Because they are so impatient, they don't even read the entire thing.

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    3. in all fairness.....impatience has nothing to do with it. Many people are wary of clicking on multiple links to get somewhere because of all the viruses and malware attached to many blogs out there. I've personally been screwed over by that more than once clicking on a link from a supposedly reputable blogger. It would be nice if the recipe were on THIS page instead of having to go someplace else to find it. After all it wouldn't be that hard to get permission from the original publisher to reprint on your blog. I've seen this done many times as long as proper credit is given.

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    4. if you've changed "their" recipe, then it is no longer theirs and you can post your recipe.

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    5. The recipe link isn't in bold red print on my phone and besides it didn't say Sugar free chocolate chip cookies recipe, it said Blondie paleo.

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    6. And you were literally so rude just because of a question

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    7. WOW!! WHAT A BITCH

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    8. Wow, Sugar Free Like Me. You didn't have to be so rude to someone who was just asking a question. First off, it isn't in red. Second off, you should be nicer to someone who is visiting your website and just in general. You could've been a lot nicer about it. I'm pretty sure your attitude just cost you some followers. Hopefully you'll become less cranky, more understanding, and an overall better person soon.

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  7. I found the recipe through the link to Blondie's paleo at the top of the post. I'm not a paleo follower but I love the idea of this recipe. I will have to collect some ingredients and give it a try. Thanks for sharing your talents to help others

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  8. Hi Jessie, I'm Pam from Skinnysweetsdaily.com
    We happen to share your recipes a lot on Facebook. They're great! I too am sugar free also, gluten free. Love this recipe and am planning on making them. Question, do you use the same amount of Stevia that the original recipe calls for? 1 cup? Was thinking that would be too much. Not sure that's why I'm asking. Keep up the great work! Your recipes rock and we are big fans! Sweet smiles, Pam

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  9. Congrats to you for losing and maintaining!!!! You were and are beautiful!!!! I am just embarking on the low-carb, organic, whole, no sugar eating. Three days in, and I feel really great! Can't wait to try some of your recipes.

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  12. Can't find the recipe? Seriously? For those of you who can't find it, check out the part that says this:

    you can find the recipe here at ---> (Blondie's Paleo and Keto Journey.) - See more at: http://www.sugarfreelikeme.com/2014/01/low-carb-chocolate-chip-cookies.html#sthash.FihMrjvK.dpuf

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  13. Did u still use the tablespoon of coconut flour because I read ur notes about the hazelnut flour and did u use nut butter on top of everything else also do u have a youtube video on this recipe if not would u consider making one or just a rewrite on exactly how u do it u know just the words if ur shy in front of camera

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    1. Coconut flour cannot be substituted cup for cup as it absorbs too much liquid.

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  15. Hi, I just wanted to say how inspirational your blog is to me. I stumbled across it while looking for a low carb recipe and now I enjoy reading it. I am trying to follow the low carb lifestyle and your blog is just what I needed. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  16. Made these a few days ago and they are superb! My kids didn't think they were very sweet but I'm so used to sugar free that I thought they tasted very rich and sweet. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. These cookies are delicious. However, when I enter the recipe in MFP, it shows each of the 24 cookies are 123 calories with 10 g carbs. I double checked my nos. Wonder where the difference is? Please help.

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  18. Seriously no special ingredients?

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    1. CLICK THE LINK ABOVE WHERE IT SAYS:
      you can find the recipe here at ---> (Blondie's Paleo and Keto Journey.)

      ITS IN BIG BOLD AQUA LETTERS......

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  19. I can't find the recipe

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  20. In my opinion you could post your version of the recipe because you changed it so much. And just posted the link for original recipe so she could get credit. I haven't tried your recipe, but plan to. Thank you. It sounds yummy

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  21. Just made these and they ARE delicious! Would like to make again, however I need the carb count. If you have it handy please post. Thanks :)

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  22. I can't find the recipe for these! HELP!

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    1. scroll back up and look for 'Blondie's Paleo and Keto Journey'

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  23. These cookies are really good. Even my kids (12 & 15) love them!

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  24. I read the entire article and a red/ bold recipe link was nowhere to be found for me as well. Must be a reason why some people can't seem to find it. Either way, thanks for posting a link to the recipe itself, I'll be giving these a try soon!

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  25. Thanks for posting. Sounds delicious.

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  26. I made these and they were delicious. Used Coconut Butter. Next time I will use the Hazelnut Flour and not put the coconut in to get less carbs. I am definitely also going to add walnuts too.

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  27. Lol. I love how you wrote a note saying that you are surprised at all the "mean and rotten" comments you receive. Maybe it's because your comments are also mean and rotten. Very distasteful, both your personality and your recipes.

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Thanks for visiting, I love hearing from you, however it still always surprises me how many mean and rotten comments I receive, so please remember that I post what I eat merely as a suggestion of ideas for others. Low carbing is not cut and dry. What works for me may or may not work for you. Also, I live exclusively low carb, but I don't live my life counting them so I don't often include the net carb counts on recipes. Happy low carbing ya'll! :)

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