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15+ Keto Christmas Cookies to celebrate without carbs!

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By Carine - - 7 Comments

These 15+ Keto Christmas Cookies are 100% sugar-free and perfect for celebrating Christmas without guilt. Bonus, all these keto cookie recipes are gluten-free with some dairy-free and vegan options to make sure you can share them with the whole family and friends!

Keto Christmas cookie recipes

How to make keto Christmas cookies?

You know how much I love sugar-free cookies sweetened with natural sweeteners, right? As Christmas is coming, it is time to share my favorite recipes of diabetic Christmas cookies. I had pre-diabetes, my mum is a type 2 diabetic, and we enjoy diabetes-friendly cookies for Christmas every year.

So first, let me tell you what makes a Christmas cookie diabetes-friendly?  

Low-Carb flours

Low carb flours are rich in fiber, which means they will slow down your body’s sugar absorption. Fiber is very fulfilling, and you won’t overeat cookies. On top of that, fiber is also amazing for your gut health! In my low carb cookies recipes, I love to use these low carb flours. Below is a list of delicious healthy low carbs flours (or meal) that can be used in diabetes-friendly cookies (affiliate links).

Read my Keto Flour Guide to learn some more!

Healthy fat

Great options for low carb keto baking to make delicious healthy low carb cookies:

Natural sugar-free sweetener safe for diabetics

Stay away from artificial sweeteners and focus on natural sugar-free sweeteners. All these natural sugar-free sweeteners contain almost NO carbs, just a few calories, and they won’t impact your sugar levels while tasting good!

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Read my Keto Sweetener Guide to learn some more!

1. Sugar-free Crystal sweeteners

Great to use as a white sugar replacement, usually these brands can be swapped 1 cup for 1 cup.

  • Swerve: Sugar-free crystal sweetener made of a blend of erythritol and stevia. Exists in sugar-free confectionery crystals.
  • Lakanto: Monk fruit and erythritol blend.
  • Erythritol: 100% natural erythritol.

2. Stevia drops

Perfect for adjusting the sweetness of your baking without impacting the texture or for enhancing drink sweetness. Drops don’t add bulk in baking, so I never use them as a whole recipe sweetener.

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3. Liquid maple-flavored syrup

The best way to replace liquid sweeteners like honey or maple syrup. This natural liquid sweetener is made of Monk fruit. It is a low-carb, sugar-free fruit like stevia. It adds sweetness without the carbs.


That is all you need to know to make delicious diabetic Christmas cookies this year. So now that you have all the ingredients, let’s have a look at my top 15+ diabetes-friendly Christmas cookies recipes.

15+ Keto Christmas cookies to celebrate without sugar

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xoxo Carine

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    7 thoughts on 15+ Keto Christmas Cookies to celebrate without carbs!
  1. 5 stars
    Your snowball keto cookies are delicious! Made them yesterday. Surprisingly easy and perfect. Thank you so much! Your recipe will become a must in our French home sweetketo home.

  2. Thank you so much for all the great recipes. Thanks in part you have helped my husband put his diabetes into remission and he has maintained his weight loss.
    Happy Christmas to your family from mine

    • That is th mot beautiful thing I read this morning! I am so happy that your husband is getting so much better. Enjoy all the recipes on the blog, Merry Christmas and lots of love, XOXO Carine.

  3. 5 stars
    I just needed to Thank You. I came across this as I want to be able to have my dad enjoy those Christmas cookies he so loves withoutpaying the price of a diabetic. This was so resourceful, educational and I truly learned a lot. Again Thank You from bottom of my heart. I’m sure these recipes will not only fullfil his sweet tooth but wi be 100% healthier for him.
    Happy Holidays????

    • Oh thank you! I am so glad you will bring some of easy diabetic cookies recipe to your dad Christmas table. All my recipes on the blog are diabetci friendly. Enjoy and Merry Christmas, XOXO Carine


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