Keto Strawberry Cream Cheese Cookies

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  • prep time

    prep time

    45 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    18 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    1 h 3 min

Keto Strawberry Cream Cheese Cookies

10 ratings

These little bite-sized cookies are soft pillows of cream cheese heaven! Each cookie embeds a slice of strawberry, adding just a touch of extra flavor that pairs perfectly with sweet vanilla and coconut flour. Ring in Spring with this recipe or enjoy any time of year you can get your hands on juicy strawberries!

Jessica L.

  • Net Carbs

    3.6 g

  • Fiber

    2.7 g

  • Total Carbs

    6.2 g

  • Protein

    2.4 g

  • Fats

    8.8 g

113 cals

Keto Strawberry Cream Cheese Cookies

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  • Cream Cheese

    Cream Cheese

    4 ounce

  • Butter, Salted

    Butter, Salted

    2 tablespoon

  • Stevia In The Raw, Bakers Bag

    Stevia In The Raw, Bakers Bag

    ¼ cup

  • Raw Egg, White

    Raw Egg, White

    1 large

  • Vanilla Extract

    Vanilla Extract

    ¼ teaspoon

  • Coconut Flour

    Coconut Flour

    ½ cup

  • Baking Powder

    Baking Powder

    ½ teaspoon

  • Strawberries


    16 slice

Recipe Steps

steps 8

1 h 3 min

  • Step 1

    In a stand mixer with a paddle attachment, cream together the cream cheese, butter, and stevia. Mix until you have a creamy, lump free batter.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Mix in the egg white and vanilla. Again, make sure you mix until there are no lumps.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Mix in the coconut flour and baking powder. You should end up with a fairly sticky but workable batter.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Transfer the batter to a piece of parchment or wax paper. Use the paper to roll the batter into a rectangular log (you can also make a round log if you prefer) about 8 inches long. Wrap up your log and set it in your freezer for 30 minutes.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    While your cookie log is setting, prepare 16 slices of strawberry. Pat them dry with a paper towel and leave them out to air dry for the remainder of the recipe. When you’re ready to bake your cookies, preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
    Step 5
  • Step 6

    After your cookie log has set, slice the log into 16, ½-inch thick cookies and lay them on a sheet tray lined with parchment paper. The cookies should be about 2-bite cookies in size. Bake the tray of cookies for 8 minutes (no strawberries yet).
  • Step 7

    After the first round of baking, press a strawberry slice into each cookie gently. If any cracks appear on the edge of the cookies, you can gently press them back together. Don’t push the strawberries too hard into the cookie.
    Step 7
  • Step 8

    Bake for a final 10 minutes. Let the cookies cool completely before eating. It is best to store your completely cooled cookies in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
    Step 8

Comments 20

  • Maiden Minnesota

    Maiden Minnesota 3 years ago

    Last I checked, Stevia in the Raw contained maltodextrin, which is a pseudonym for sugar. NOT keto! Use a true keto sweetener, like erythritol, monk fruit or allulose.

    • StellarMacadamia187263

      StellarMacadamia187263 a year ago

      Monk fruit in the raw has maltodextrin

  • Mommyofmany

    Mommyofmany 3 years ago

    Can the flour be replaced with something else? Allergy

    • IncredibleKale490150

      IncredibleKale490150 3 months ago

      Almond flour

    • recipewriter

      recipewriter 3 years ago

      Yes. Coconut flour can be replaced with fine-ground almond flour. Your cookies will bake to a denser texture, but you can combat this by whipping your cream cheese for extra time to incorporate more air.

  • SuperKetone991364

    SuperKetone991364 3 years ago

    Very good thanks

    • Cynthia

      Cynthia 4 years ago

      Tasty, but I found them a bit dry. I think they would be better without the strawberry cooked on top. I may try them again, unsure at the moment.

      • Tea

        Tea 4 years ago

        Could you use a little sugar free strawberry flavour jello crystals

        • Eklund RN

          Eklund RN 4 years ago

          Can I use almond flour instead? Allergic to coconut


   3 years ago

            Almond flour is not a 1:1 sub for coconut flour. Coconut flour is much more absorbent.

          • recipewriter

            recipewriter 4 years ago

            Yes you can. The texture may be slightly denser and you'll be missing the coconut flavor, but almond flour is a good sub!

        • Evecruz420

          Evecruz420 4 years ago


          • Patheart84

            Patheart84 5 years ago

            Made them and were delicious! Will have to make them for my co workers too.

            • Porter15

              Porter15 5 years ago

              Can I make a huge batch and freeze them? I have a 48oz block from Costco.. Won't do that again 😂

              • recipewriter

                recipewriter 5 years ago

                Since this recipe uses fresh strawberries, they may not seem as appetizing once they are thawed from frozen. You could leave the strawberries out and enjoy the cookies plain from frozen. In fact, these cookies are so soft, they could make a yummy frozen treat as well!

            • NWitt

              NWitt 5 years ago

              Stevia in the Raw Has Maltodextrin as the main ingredient. Maltodextrin has a high glycemic index about 106-136. Not good for someone who needs to keep there blood sugar under control. I wrote to this company and they totally do not care - they said that “in the raw” does not mean their product is healthy.

              • Maiden Minnesota

                Maiden Minnesota 3 years ago

                @Mamalouise: Um...yeah, it does. That's the main ingredient. That's how they're able to fill bags that size. It's right here:

              • Mamalouise

                Mamalouise 5 years ago

                Stevia In the Raw baker’s bag doesn’t have maltodextrin, just the packets.

              • crharty2

                crharty2 5 years ago

                Can you use Curve sweetener? Is that the same thing or is it any better?

            • Sherri

              Sherri 5 years ago