Soft, fluffy keto zucchini chocolate chip cookies loaded with crunchy pecan, sugar-free chocolate chips, and spices for an amazing sweet keto breakfast. Bonus, these zucchini cookies are gluten-free and dairy-free too!
Zucchini is a fantastic keto vegetable to make healthy baking recipes, let me tell you why :
So know that let us jump to the recipe and see how you can make keto chocolate chip zucchini cookies for breakfast.
These keto almond flour cookies are very easy to make in one bowl. All you need are:
First, shred the zucchinis, skin on, using a hand grater or food processor. The trick to making soft, fluffy zucchini cookies is to use drained shredded zucchinis. It means you have to remove all the water from the zucchinis before using in the recipe.
In most keto cookies recipe, the egg is in contact with butter or coconut oil. Therefore, it is important to use ingredients at room temperature to avoid a shock of temperature. In fact, the hot melted butter will cook the egg creating egg lumps or a cold egg would solidify coconut oil creating oil lumps.
It sounds obvious, but baking cookies in a preheated oven is very important. If you place cookies or any baked goods in a cold oven, the batter would not cook evenly, and cookies would spread out.
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These keto zucchini chocolate chip cookies are very soft after 12 – 15 minutes baking time, and that’s what you want. You know they are ready when their color is golden brown on the side. Then, to achieve the best pillowy texture, cool the cookies in two steps. First, cool them down for 10 minutes on the cookie rack. Then, cool completely onto a wire rack.
These cookies contain grated zucchinis and eggs so they will not store for more than 4 days in a cookie jar at room temperature. However, you can freeze your cookies in a zip lock bag or airtight container for handy keto snacks. Defrost the cookies 3 hours before, on a rack at room temperature.
These keto zucchini cookies are fantastic breakfast cookies. They taste like regular oatmeal cookies, without the carbs or sugar! So, if you are looking for an egg-free keto breakfast, this is a great option. It contains all the nourishing healthy ingredients you need to start the day with only 2.7 g net carbs. Usually, two zucchini cookies with a bulletproof coffee makes the best fulfilling keto breakfast.
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