16 Keto Low Carb Homemade Cookies Recipes

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Now Let’s Eat Some Ketogenic Cookies!
I tried to include a wide variety of keto cookies so you weren’t just looking through a list of 16 chocolate chip keto cookies (there are a lot of recipes for those) and three others. Nope, every single one of these recipes is quite different. Enjoy!

16 Keto Low Carb Homemade Cookies

#1: Soft n’ Chewy Low Carb Cookies

(by Forget Sugar Friday)
keto cookies piled on a cutting board next to a glass of milk

#2: Keto Sugar Cookie Macaroons

(by Forget Sugar Friday)
Yep, these macaroons really taste like sugar cookies! Plus, they’re super easy to make.
keto cookies macaroons triple stacked on a marble background

#3: FatSnax Cookies: Chocolate Chip and Peanut Butter

If you’re like me, you LOVE convenience, so I wanted to share these two pre-packaged keto cookie options. No time in the kitchen necessary! They taste great, plus they come individually packaged so you don’t have to worry about your inner Cookie Monster eating the whole batch. 😉

FatSnax Chocolate Chip Cookies (2g net carbs/cookie)

FatSnax Peanut Butter Cookies (1g net carbs/cookie)

#4: Sugar-Free Paleo Pecan Snowball Cookies

(by Sugar-Free Mom)
snowball keto cookies sitting on a silicone baking sheet
Check out those beautiful keto treats! These Sugar-Free Paleo Pecan Snowball Cookies are perfect for the holidays or anytime you want a buttery, sweet treat. (FYI, the recipe uses a buttery spread, but you can opt for regular ‘ol butter.)

#5: Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies with Coconut Flour

(by Drop the Sugar)
keto cookies on a white plate sitting next to a jug of milk and a half eaten keto cookie
Um, chocolate chip keto cookies. Who doesn’t love chocolate chip cookies? According to Lisa, the recipe creator, these have a texture between a soft chocolate chip cookie and a hard chocolate chip cookie. (And taste incredible, of course.)

#6: Low Carb Flourless Chocolate Cookies

(by Low Carb Joy)
chocolate keto cookies on a blue plate with a floral design
Have a chocolate craving? These chocolaty ketogenic cookies will take care of that! The ingredient list is short, so you’ll be able to whip them up in no time to satisfy your craving. (Chocolate cravings are always an emergency, right?)

#7: 4-Ingredient Gluten-Free Shortbread Cookies

(by Wholesome Yum)
a stack of keto cookies tied with a red ribbon on a white background
Look at those cute cookies! Don’t you just want to untie that ribbon and snag one? 🙂 I know I do!

#8: Tagalongs Cookies

(by Wholesome Yum)
tagalong keto cookies stacked with a bite taken out of front stack
Yes, those are tagalongs, like the Girl Scouts cookies. Yes, they are low carb. No, I am not messing around with you. Yes, you need to make them right now. (Now wipe that drool off your keyboard!)

#9: Peanut Butter Cookies

Check out that easy recipe! It’s a keeper for sure. Important: I was confused by the “stevia sugar” reference, so I looked up the original recipe. You actually should use erythritol, like Swerve.

#10: Chocolate Peanut Butter No-Bake Cookies

(by Peace, Love, and Low Carb)
It doesn’t get any easier than no-bake cookies! Unlike traditional no-bake cookies that use oats, these no bake cookies use coconut flakes (brilliant!).

#11: Bacon Onion Cookies

(by Peace, Love, and Low Carb)
No, that isn’t a typo. These really are bacon onion cookies. Before you turn your nose up at this recipe, think of it as a thick cracker. A thick bacon onion cracker? Now we’re talkin’!

#12: Low Carb Coconut Chip Cookies

(by Ruled.me)
coconut keto cookies on a baking rack with frosting drizzled on top
Would you take a look at those cookies?! Yes, these low carb keto cookies actually have a glaze on top. (A pretty brilliant glaze, if I might add.) If that’s not decadent, I don’t know what is!

#13: Gingersnap Cookies

(by Ruled.me)
plate of peanut butter keto cookies sitting on a red kitchen towel
If you’re looking for a refreshing and sweet keto treat (hey, that rhymes!), you’ll love these Keto Gingersnap Cookies. According to the creator of the recipe, they’re hard on the outside but soft and chewy (and buttery!) on the inside.

#14: Low Carb Butter Cookie Energy Bites

(by Low Carb with Jennifer)
four keto cookies bites stacked on a floral towel
Okay, so I cheated slightly with this recipe, but I don’t think you’ll be too mad. This recipe is actually for chewy energy bites, not cookies, but they’re made with the Danish butter cookie in mind. The best part of this recipe is you can add all sorts of mix-ins and flavorings! (Check the recipe for details.)

#15: Low Carb Cookies

(by Real Balanced)
If you just want a simple but delicious low carb cookie recipe, this one’s the one! Unlike many of the other recipes I’ve shared with you that use Swerve as a sweetener, this one uses (sugar-free) golden monk fruit sweetener, which you’ll learn about on the recipe page.

#16: Low Carb Snickerdoodle Cookies

(by Real Balanced)
Like the low carb cookie recipe above, this one also uses monk fruit sweetener. In addition to the cookie itself containing it, it’s also mixed with cinnamon to serve as the tasty snickerdoodle coating. (Mmmm. Sounds amazing!)

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