Keto Recipes - Created Date : 7.1.2020

Attention, cookie lovers! You can bake delicious keto pumpkin chocolat...

Attention, cookie lovers! You can bake delicious keto pumpkin chocolat...



Attention, cookie lovers! You can bake delicious keto pumpkin chocolate chip cookies that taste AMAZING! These cookies are gooey, soft, and guilt-free! Plus, they happen to be easy to make and something to add to your fall baking list of goodies.

If you’re craving chocolate, these addicting cookies will do the trick!

Fiber and erythritol (the main ingredient in Swerve) do not affect blood sugar in the same way that regular carbs do, so we’ve subtracted them from the total carb count. You’ll see that the net carbs are much lower once you remove the sugar alcohols and fiber.

Yummy cookie heaven!

Oh my goodness, these are an awesome treat! So perfect for fall, and such a perfect family-friendly dessert idea! Have your kids help with this easy one-bowl recipe! SO fun.

Followed the directions exactly & measured correctly, but these cookies did not turn out well. The dough was very soft, not stiff like cookie dough usually feels. The cookies didn’t seem to cook so I had to leave them in the oven longer (almost double the time listed) and as they began to get too brown around the edges, they still looked uncooked in the middle! Eventually, after they cooled, they tasted OK but they were much flatter than pictured. Not sure if I will make these again.

Pumpkin chocolate chip cookies are amazing!! Have tried many keto cookies, some are meh, some are horrible. These are delicious- you can’t even tell they are keto. Soft, delicious, easy to make. Will add them to my regular recipe collection!

I’d like to add on to the comments about the cookies being mushy in the middle and not rising….When I use a regular, old school basic oven, no problems. However, my parents have an energy star rated convection oven, which many readers may also use. Their oven has without fail, messed up biscuits, brownies, cinnamon rolls etc. Keto or not! Supposedly, there is different functions you can use before baking, but the results still yield over cooked on the edges, doughy in middle, won’t rise. Someone suggested we alter every recipe, cook longer but with a lower temp. I have not got this down for everything, but it seems to help, somewhat. The recipe or ingredients themselves may not be the problem at all.

Also, I’d like to note I have tried some of Lina’s recipes and if she recommends a certain brand, it’s probably because that’s what will yield the best result, plain & simple. I took it upon myself to try Splenda Naturals (supposedly a less bitter Stevia) in one of the cookie recipes over Swerve and they were not good. Lesson learned! Thanks for all the great, low carb recipes :))

Thanks so much for your feedback, Judy! We have taken a look at our numbers again. We still find them to be correct for the serving size of 2 small cookies. We have added this note to the post – “Fiber and erythritol (the main ingredient in Swerve) do not affect blood sugar in the same way that regular carbs do, so we’ve subtracted them from the total carb count. You’ll see that the net carbs are much lower once you remove the sugar alcohols and fiber.”

Hi! I just imported this recipe into my Carb Manager and the calorie count for 1 cookie showed 104 calories, not 54. I actually went back in and scanned my exact ingredients and still came up with the same calorie count. The net carbs were the same as you reported, but the calories are way off. Am I confused?

These were the best keto pumpkin cookies I’ve ever made! I used the confectioners swerve and it’s delicious and warm and perfect for Halloween or fall! Way better than trick or treating ?? Looking forward to making more of your recipes!

I made this recipe tonight and it was very good. My dough was really wet before I scooped onto baking sheet so I added a little coconut flour to absorb some of the liquid. They came out perfect and quite delicious. Kept the same baking time

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