Espresso Chocolate Chunk Cookies
These keto cookies are so easy to make and so tasty. If you love chunks of melted chocolate then these espresso chocolate chunk cookies are going to be your favorite. These cookies are soft, chewy and full of flavor. The melted chocolate chunks really give these cookies that perfect chocolate chip cookie taste. They are super easy to make, all you have to do is follow these simple steps.
Can you have cookies on keto?
You can absolutely have cookies on the ketogenic diet. You don’t always have to avoid sweets when trying to live a healthier life. These cookies are sweet, delicious, low carb and has no sugar! One of our other favorite low carb cookies recipes are these White Chocolate Chip Chocolate Cookies.
An easy recipe to make that is perfect for a keto dessert. I love making keto desserts to have on hand, for when I have that craving. Having a low carb dessert on hand makes living a healthier life style a lot easier. What are your go-to keto desserts?
Desserts are one of my favorite things to make. It is fun to create delicious and sweet treats to enjoy. There are probably way more dessert recipes on the blog then regular recipes. I have listed a few of my favorite keto desserts on the blog here for you to check out.
How to make cookies chewy?
I love making chewy cookies, they are so delicious. This is my favorite way to make them chewy. In order to make them chewy you can add gelatin to the recipe. There are different types of gelatin you can use. Beef gelatin is probably the best quality to use. You can also get the Gelatine brand, which is cheaper than beef gelatin.
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Espresso Chocolate Chunk Cookies
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- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
- Add the dry ingredients, almond flour, coconut flour, erythritol, baking powder, gelatin, salt, and espresso powder into a mixing bowl and mix well.
- Melt the butter and brown swerve together in a microwave safe bowl. Once melted mix well and then add the vanilla extract, egg and stevia into the bowl and mix well.
- Combine the dry with the wet ingredients while mixing.
- Add in your chocolate chips or chunks into the mix and fold with a rubber spatula until combined.
- Place even scoops of the dough on a cookie sheet with a silicone mat on it using a cookie scoop.
- Bake for 12 minutes. Let cool for 10 minutes.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 18 Serving Size: 1 cookie
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 100Total Fat: 8.9gSaturated Fat: 3.6gCholesterol: 13.3mgSodium: 98.5mgCarbohydrates: 2.3gNet Carbohydrates: .9gFiber: 1.4gSugar: .5gProtein: 2.6g
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Thanks for the recipe. I may try these once I get gelatin and espresso powder. FYI, I don’t see the chocolate chunks/chips in the ingredient list on the recipe.
Absolutely! You are going to love them. OH BOY! Thank you for letting me know 🙂 The post has been updated.
what can i use instead of liquid stevia
You can just leave it out if you don’t have it 🙂
Is Knox brand unflavored gelatin powder ok? Dying to make these!
Yes, absolutely! I use the same brand and it works great, enjoy!
Why isn’t the gelatin dissolved in water first? What does gelatin do for the cookie?
I don’t find it necessary. I use gelatin to hold the cookies together better and they make them chewy. 🙂 But you can leave it out if you don’t have it.
These look amazing! Can wait to try! Any suggestions on subbing the Stevia?
They are amazing! You can just leave it out if you don’t have it. Stevia is another sweetener which makes them sweeter.