Keto Gingerbread Cookies
These Keto Gingerbread Cookies are easy healthy almond flour gingerbread cookies without sugar.
A healthy gingerbread cookie recipe that kids love with or without frosting!
Are Classic Gingerbread Cookies Keto?
No, classic gingerbread cookies are made with golden syrup, brown sugar, and all-purpose flour.
All these ingredients are high in carbs and one classic gingerbread cookie contains no less than 18 grams of net carbs per serving.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
You know how much I love keto Christmas cookies. It’s a big family tradition to make plenty of homemade cookies to share on Christmas night.
This year, I chose to fill the cookie box with keto vegan Christmas cookies to share with my vegan husband.
There are many diets in the family, and I want to make sure we can enjoy cookies from the same jar.
How To Make Keto Gingerbread Cookies
Finally, a healthy gingerbread cookies recipe that you can share with everyone. Yes, these cookies tick all dietary requirements: keto, gluten-free, vegan, and dairy-free.
Let’s see all you need to make these keto gingerbread cookies this Christmas.
- Almond flour or almond meal – both work very well. Read my Keto Flour guide for help on choosing and using Keto flour.
- Egg or chia seed egg – if you eat eggs, use 1 egg. The color of these gluten-free gingerbread cookies will be even more beautiful. Otherwise, use 1 tablespoon of chia seed soaked in 3 tablespoons of water as an egg replacement!
- Sugar-free sweetener – I love to use a combo of Monk fruit and erythritol, golden or classic, both work. Use my Sweetener converter to convert from one sweetener to another.
- Spices – I used a good amount of cinnamon, cloves, and ginger.
- Vanilla extract
- Blackstrap molasses – I usually make the cookies without it, but I provide an option with molasses for vegans as it is an amazing way to add iron to your cookies. My husband is vegan, and I do the molasses recipe for him.
- Extra virgin coconut oil – you can probably use a different oil, but I like the flavor of coconut in this recipe. If you are not a big fan of coconut flavor, use refined coconut oil.
Decorating Keto Gingerbread Cookies
The healthiest way to decorate your keto gingerbread cookies recipe is to use 3 simple natural ingredients:
- Sugar-free powdered monk fruit
- Guar gum – optional, but hold the keto royal icing better.
You can prepare these gingerbread cookies up to 2 weeks before Christmas and store them in my cookie jar.
This recipe has a strong gingerbread flavor, so store them in their own cookie jar or they will pass their flavor to the other cookies.
More Keto Christmas Cookies
If you love keto Christmas cookies and treats I recommend trying these:
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Keto Gingerbread Cookies
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