These Cookies are so easy to make and they are kid approved! Make them anytime you get that chocolate chip cookie craving…without the guilt! Sugar free, gluten free, and absolutely delicious. Bacon Chocolate Chip Keto Cookies – You must try this recipes.
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Start to Finish: 45 minutes
- 2 cups fine ground almond flour
- 3 tablespoons grass-fed butter or ghee
- 3 tablespoons collagen peptides
- 2 tablespoons granulated non-GMO erythritol or birch xylitol, or more to taste
- 2 teaspoons vanilla
- 1 egg
- 1/2 teaspoon paleo baking powder
- 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
- Pinch of salt
- 1/3 cup chocolate chips or chunks with at least 85% cacao
- 4 slices cooked and cooled pastured bacon, diced finely or crumbled
- Preheat oven to 340 degrees. Line two baking trays with parchment paper.
- In a mixing bowl, add almond flour, collagen, sweetener, and salt. Mix, and add baking powder to the top.
- Pour apple cider vinegar on top of the baking powder so it reacts (you’ll see it bubble and fizz).
- Add butter or ghee, vanilla, and egg, and mix thoroughly. Add chocolate and bacon pieces, and mix once more.
- Roll the dough into balls and place on the lined baking trays.
- Press the balls flat into cookie shapes. Press flatter for a crunchier cookie, and leave more rounded for a softer, chewier cookie.
- Bake for 15 minutes, or until golden.
- Remove trays from oven and gently place cookies on a wire rack to cool.
- When cooled, store leftover bacon chocolate chip cookies in a covered container.
Nutritional Information (per serving):
- Calories: 139
- Fat: 12g
- Saturated Fat: 2g
- Cholesterol: 21mg
- Salt: 72mg
- Carbs: 4.7g
- Fiber: 2.4g
- Sugar: .7g
- Sugar Alcohols: .67g
- Net Carbs: 1.6g
- Protein: 5.3g
- Vitamin A: 2%
- Vitamin C: 1%
- Calcium: 5%
- Iron: 10%
Note on ingredients: Except for coconut, all nuts are considered “suspect” on the diet because of their high levels of omega-6 fats that can oxidize and contribute to inflammation. Nuts are also susceptible to mold and contain lectins, nutrient-sapping compounds that can be tough on your gut. Use nuts in moderation, or remove them from your diet and reintroduce in small amounts to test your sensitivity.
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