Keto Edible Cookie Dough

#1 Low Carb & Keto Diet App Since 2010

Track macros, calories, and access top Keto recipes.

Download on the App Store
Get in on Google Play
  • prep time

    prep time

    12 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    0 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    12 min

Keto Edible Cookie Dough

52 ratings

When you get a craving for raw cookie dough, look no further! This dough is soft and vanilla flavored with delicious crunchy chocolate chips inside. They are quick to pull together too!

  • Net Carbs

    0.9 g

  • Fiber

    1.2 g

  • Total Carbs

    3.1 g

  • Protein

    1.8 g

  • Fats

    7.2 g

80 cals

Keto Edible Cookie Dough

#1 Low Carb & Keto Diet App Since 2010

Track macros, calories, and access top Keto recipes.

Download on the App Store
Get in on Google Play


  • Swerve Brown Sugar Substitute

    Swerve Brown Sugar Substitute

    ½ cup

  • Coconut Oil

    Coconut Oil

    4 tablespoon

  • Vanilla Extract

    Vanilla Extract

    1 tablespoon

  • Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    Coarse Kosher Salt by Morton

    ¼ tsp

  • Almond Flour

    Almond Flour

    1-¾ cup

  • Chocolate Chips, Sugar Free

    Chocolate Chips, Sugar Free

    5 tablespoon, whole pieces - regular

  • Heavy Cream

    Heavy Cream

    2 tablespoon

  • Coconut Flour

    Coconut Flour

    1 tablespoon

Recipe Steps

steps 3

12 min

  • Step 1

    In a medium mixing bowl, mix together all the ingredients with a spoon until the mixture is well combined.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Add chocolate chips.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Using a small cookie scoop, scoop each ball into a mini cupcake liner. I left the scoops as they were, but you can roll them each into balls if desired.
    Step 3

Comments 23

  • FabulousAvocado400786

    FabulousAvocado400786 a month ago

    Any suggestions of what to use instead of heavy cream? I’m lactose intolerant.

    • RemarkableMacadamia289292

      RemarkableMacadamia289292 3 months ago

      Just finished making them- popped them into the freezer for now. I’m trying them for my snack after I test my ketones😊- mine are not dry at all- used liquid coconut oil so I’m hoping that wasn’t the wrong coconut oil to use. They were hard to get to stick together.

      • Fatcow

        Fatcow 2 months ago

        They might remain quite soft using liquid coconut oil the regular coconut oil gets hard when cold thus firming up the cookie.

    • gracie62b2d3

      gracie62b2d3 a year ago

      I didn't have coconut flour; what would that tablespoon do? I also chopped unsweetened chocolate for the chocolate chips. Another tweak-I added 2 T chopped walnuts to help with any anticipated grainy texture; I did melt the coconut oil before mixing. I rolled them into 20 little balls that fit into the mini cupcake papers and put them into a ziploc bag and popped them in the freezer for about 15 minutes, then to the refrigerator. I've only had one so far; not bad. They might be pretty good after they sit longer.

      • frommetovuu

        frommetovuu a year ago

        The coconut flour is really for a cookie dough like texture. If you omit it that’s fine! The texture might be a little softer which is ok because it’s to be enjoyed frozen anyways.

    • Roberto F

      Roberto F 2 years ago

      Awesome snack

      • ketohub

        ketohub 2 years ago

        The cooking step is missing. You can't eat raw almond and coconut floor

        • Sharon T

          Sharon T a month ago

          Only if they have raw egg ingredients.

        • Janegj

          Janegj 2 months ago

          Really then I should be dead 71y LOL. but really curious what happens? Some say raw cookie dough? Just want to know. TY

        • SRKennedy

          SRKennedy 2 months ago

          The recipe is for “edible cookie dough” so…no raw eggs. The raw almond and coconut are edible, as they are in their whole food form.

        • Biondanz

          Biondanz a year ago

          Why not, we eat raw almonds and coconut?

      • TeresaZ

        TeresaZ 2 years ago

        Not sure why people are complaining about portion and texture. I followed the recipe they came out fine. Makes 25, 17g portions

        • RemarkableMacadamia289292

          RemarkableMacadamia289292 3 months ago

          I will try weighing next time- I got 25 but eyeballed them!

      • mountaingirl910

        mountaingirl910 2 years ago

        They’re not bad, but a little too much coconut. Next time I make them, I’ll try with a mix of coconut oil and butter instead.

        • coughline

          coughline 2 years ago

          Try neutral flavor coconut oil. No coconut taste at all

      • BlithesomeKale627366

        BlithesomeKale627366 2 years ago

        Pretty good!

        • PropitiousCauliflower369044

          PropitiousCauliflower369044 3 years ago

          These are pretty good! The texture is a little bit mealy, but the chocolate chips make up for that. One hits the spot, two is indulgent! A great low carb substitute for edible cookie dough!

          • GIGI

            GIGI 3 years ago

            Do you eat them raw or cook them? Love raw cookie dough?!

            • Roberto F

              Roberto F 2 years ago

              Raw taste great

          • DD

            DD 3 years ago

            It is pretty good! Made per the recipe. I see some had an issue with texture I melted the oil first...stirred everything together first before adding the almond and coconut flours. That helped. Also maybe try letting it set for 15-20 min in the fridge before scooping.

            • Moshmomma

              Moshmomma 3 years ago

              I made this as described except all I had was coconut flour.. I can’t get this to not be dusty even after adding extra cream and butter!! Help???!!

              • ErinG

                ErinG 2 years ago

                Coconut flour is way more absorbent than flour and using only coconut flour will probably not tatse as the recipe intends to. I make a similar recipe using a vanilla protein powder and it probably tatses similar or better than this one. No flour, just protein powder. This way i'm upping my protein AND fat.

              • FavorableRadish369150

                FavorableRadish369150 3 years ago

                I found if it's really dusty/crumbly, you can always add water to bring it all together. Plus, using water prevents you from messing with the macros. Just add a bit at a time until it comes together. Conversely, you can also mix in the almond flour and coconut flour last and hold back when it started to get too crumbly. That way you can adjust macros if you don't use all of the various flours.