Keto Recipes - Created Date : 5.1.2020
I will never give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time.
We all love some chocolate chip cookie dough straight out of the bowl when we are making cookies. Who cares about raw eggs! Am I the only one that eats enough cookie dough while i’m making cookies that is equivalent to about 5 cookies? I HAD to make a sugar free and low carb version of Keto Cookie Dough for my cookie loving self…it’s one of my favorite Low Carb Desserts!
OTHER LOW CARB DESSERTS YOU WILL LOVE
This keto cookie dough recipe is so easy with only 5 ingredients! The only things you’re going to need for this low carb dessert are softened cream cheese, softened butter, sweetener, vanilla, and chocolate chips.
I first put all of the ingredients except the chocolate chips in a bowl and mixed them together very well with a mixer.
Then I folded in the chocolate chips to the keto cookie dough. I used Lily’s chocolate chips that are sugar free but you could use any chocolate chips you like.
This is such an easy low carb dessert recipe!
After it’s all mixed together, just eat this edible cookie dough with a spoon. But remember this low carb dessert is mostly butter and cream cheese so it is very rich!
Did you make this Keto Edible Cookie Dough Recipe? Tag me on Instagram so I can see! @lowcarbwithjennifer
This recipe is keeping me on track! I have made it twice and love it!!! Thank you! I added a tbs of shredded coconut to my second batch and fewer chips just for something different! This is a fantastic and easy recipe.
Been on keto for a week and i love this recipe, rich and hits the spot when the sweet tooth craving hits, i didn’t have lily’s dark choc chips so i cut up a block of 95% dark chocolate, they came out looking like cookies and cream icecream! tastes like cheesecake truffle. going to add cinnamon next time ?? thank you for the great recipe.
This has become my favorite keto dessert recipe and a great way to bust sugar cravings! I prefer to make this then let it chill in the fridge over night. The consistency becomes much more dough like! Great job!! ????
Made this last night! Omg good. It last like cheese cake cookie batter. I’ll be honest it’s not exactly like cookie dough, but how could it. It doesn’t have the gritty sugar and flour. I consider my self a pick person on low carb diet and this recipe did the trick for me. No funny after taste… just sweet goodness. Taste even better the next day. Definitely making again. Thank you for the recipe!
I’m sensitive to texture and I won’t eat shirataki or substitute cauliflower for “rice” or “pasta”. If there’s a way to make this taste AND feel like cookie dough, I’m listening. If it doesn’t have the texture, there’s no real point; I’ll keep looking for something that is dough-like, not just sweetened paste.
November 27, 2018 at 8:08 am
Then I guess this recipe isn’t for you. You will have a tough time finding something with the same texture, as that texture comes from white flour. I miss it, too.
October 18, 2018 at 11:03 pm
Made it without the chocolate chips bc I’m weird and always want the sweet soft batter without the hard chocolate chips lol. SUPER SWEET. One could even do one tbsp of stevia and be fine, or take out the vanilla extract. However, I softened my butter and cream cheese (it didn’t begin to melt) and after mixing everything in it turned to an ugly lumpy mush… Still tasted great though(: Thanks for sharing!
Top 10 Cookery Schools in America
Working in a restaurant is not like cooking at home for your friends and family, and even for the most passionate chefs, living in a professional kitchen may not be the right choice. Many of them don't understand or do not understand the extraordinary dedication, time and hard work they spend to be a real cook - a real cook alone.
Keep in mind these 10 things before applying to the culinary school and it is very important to get the right education if you still have the courage to offer the intensity of the culinary industry - or if you just burn with an unquenchable passion.
The chef, who wants every candidate, of course wants the best possible training to be the best possible chef. There are many training options for future young chefs, but where do you start? Which schools are the best?
To answer, The Daily Meal worked with Voss Water to present the top 10 culinary schools in America.
Facilities and trainers, diploma programs, reputation and remarkable graduates, length of study, and finally, tuition fees were assessed during the ranking process.
Although many schools offer pastry programs, undergraduate degrees, and hospitality management courses, associate and certificate degree programs have been evaluated primarily for comparison purposes - particularly with regard to the cost and duration of the study.
So if you dream of becoming the next Anthony Bourdain, David Chang or Daniela Soto-Innes, start with this list and choose the right school for you.
10. San Diego Culinary Institute
9. Sullivan University National Center for Hospitality Studies
8. Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts
7. L’Academie de Cuisine
6. Kendall College School of Culinary Arts
5. New England Culinary Institute
4. Johnson & Wales University College of Culinary Arts
3. International Culinary Center
2. The Culinary Institute of America
1. Institute of Culinary Education