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Delicious sugar free chocolate chip cookies recipe. One bowl easy low carb cookie recipe with coconut flour, cashews and stevia.

LOW CARB CHOCOLATE CHIPS COOKIESSay hello to my low carb chocolate chip cookies or the best guilt-free low carb cookies.We all love a sweet and crispy chocolate chip cookie right? So what about an easy Sugar free chocolate chip cookies recipe that don’t blow your sugar level! It sounds unbelievable but I did it.  You know how much I love sharing easy low carb recipes on the blog. Trust me, those sugar free Chocolate Chip Cookies are the most delicious low carb cookies I made.

Low carb Chocolate Chip Cookies with macadamia nuts

I read all your emails, comments and lot of you requested easy low carb chocolate chip cookies. So here I am sharing with you my new creation. A one bowl food processor cookie recipe, because I love my recipe to be fast and easy. All you need to make those keto chocolate chips cookies are:

  • Macadamia nuts – macadamia are very low in carbs and contains a good amount of fat. It is a great nuts to use on low carb keto diet and it blend really well. You can use cashews as a replacement but be aware of carbs! Cashews have more carbs.
  • Unsweetened desiccated coconut 
  • Coconut oil – use refined coconut oil if you don’t like the flavor of coconut
  • Eggs
  • Coconut flour
  • Vanilla extract
  • Sugar free crystal sweetener – I love Monk fruit or erythritol


The best chocolate chips cookie texture

If you love crispy borders, moist nutty center and melted sugar free chocolate chips, make those now ! You won’t regret it. I am using sugar free chocolate chips, you can use either sugar free dark chocolate or milk chocolate chips If you can’t find sugar free chocolate chips at the store, make your own following my chocolate chip recipe. Last option, replace the sugar free chocolate chips by roasted cocoa nibs. It won’t melt but it doesn’t contain sugar and it has a strong cocoa flavor.


Another great thing about those Sugar free Chocolate Chip Cookies: they don’t use flour. They are made of low carb ingredients that create the most delicious crunchy cookies: coconut, coconut flour and macadamia nuts. Coconut flour is essential in this recipe. It brings all the ingredients together to create a crunchy cookie. LOW CARB CHOCOLATE CHIPS COOKIES

You can store those sugar free chocolate chip cookies in a metallic box up to a week. I hope you enjoy those cookies.  Happy sugar free baking and if you love my clean eating recipes leave me a comment!


Sweetashoney Carine Claudepierre


low carb chocolate chip cookies

Delicious sugar free chocolate chip cookies recipe. One bowl easy low carb chocolate chips cookie recipe with coconut flour, macadamia and erythritol. Healthy gluten free chocolate chip cookies for diabetic.
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
Author: Carine
8 cookies
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  • Preheat oven 320 F (160 C).
  • Cover a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Set aside,
  • In a food processor, with the S blade attachment, add all the ingredients except the chocolate chips and process until it forms a cookie dough.
  • Transfer the cookie dough into a mixing bowl and using your hands incorporate the sugar free chocolate chips into the dough.
  • Remove from the bowl and shape 8 cookies into ball similar to golf ball size.
  • Place cookie balls on the prepared baking tray leaving 1 thumb between each cookies.
  • Flatten with your hand palm. If crumbly on the side reshape slightly with your finger until the sides looks smooth.
  • Bake 15-20 minutes  or until slightly golden on the edges. Some oil may slightly release on the tray and that is fine.
  • Remove from oven and using a spatula transfer the cookies on a rack to cool down for 1 hour to firm up. They will harden when cooling down.
Storage: Store well in an airtight container or cookie jar up to 1 week.
Sugar free chocolate chips alternatives: cocoa nibs or make your own following my sugar free chocolate chips recipe.
Nuts: you can use roasted or un roasted nuts in this recipe. Macadamia nuts replacement can be cashews (more carbs!) or blanched almonds.
Nutrition Facts
low carb chocolate chip cookies
Amount Per Serving (1 cookie)
Calories 285 Calories from Fat 73
% Daily Value*
Fat 8.1g12%
Carbohydrates 8.1g3%
Fiber 4.6g19%
Sugar 2.2g2%
Protein 4.1g8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.



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  1. This looks amazing
    I will try it tonight
    The blad i have for the food processor does choo z, cis this the one ?
    If not Can i mix without a food processor ?
    Thanks a lot
    Cant wait to try them

    • Hi, I never tried the recipe with something else than coconut but rolled oat may work as well – but it will increase the carbs! Enjoy the cookies! Carine

    • Hi Micaela, It is simply coconut meat that has been shredded. You can buy this in any baking aisle of your local supermarket. Simply watch for no sugar added version to keep the recipe healthy and low carb! You can read more about desiccated coconut here if you like. See you on the blog soon! Carine.

    • Bonjour Pauline, sorry for missing that step! I updated the recipe now. You add the chocolate chips after the batter has been processed into the food processor. Transfer the processed cookie dough into a bowl and use your hands to incorporate the chips. You can also swap the chocolate chips by dried raisins, goji berries or nuts if preferred. A bientôt sur le blog et merci de me lire ! Carine,

    • Hi Ilona, Great news! I recommend you to buy cashew pieces, it is way cheaper and it will work well with those cookies anyway! Enjoy and let me know if you like them! Carine.

  2. 5 stars
    these look great, also good to know theres not so much flour in the mix. its true about not baking for too long so it wont be hard,the last set of cookies i baked were too hard. ill be careful next time. thanks for sharing.

    • Hello, Thank you ! I love low carbs cookies and those one are my favorite, coconut and cashews are such a great combo! But yes be careful on your baking time. This cookie recipe is using coconut oil which harden when cooling down. So even if the cookies looks soft after 10-15 minutes of baking they will harden after an hour at room temperature. Well, crunchy cookies taste good too but I prefer if the centre is a bit moist and soft. Enjoy them and see you soon on the blog! Carine.

  3. 5 stars
    This is a great recipe ^-^ I make it for my mum as she can’t have the usual sweets. The only thing I changed is the sweetener as I do enjoy Coconut sugar ^-^

    • Hello! I am glad you love them! It is always a big hit in my house too but I never tried with coconut sugar. I will give it a try 🙂 Carine.

  4. These look really good; can’t wait to try them. Are the cashews raw or roasted? Thank you. P.S. I’m so jealous that you live in New Zealand. Everything I’ve read and pictures I’ve seen indicate it’s a beautiful country that I hope to visit someday.

    • Hi Karen, I used raw macadamia nuts for this recipe but I am sure cashew works, roasted or not. Enjoy, XOXO Carine.

    • thank you Sara! I love anything low carb low sugar so you should fine plenty of healthy baking recipe around the blog 🙂 see you soon ! Carine

    • Coconut flour is such an healthy flour full of fibre and low carbs. But it could be very tricky to bake with it as it is really absorbent and you can not use much of it in recipes. I love using it in those cookies it really add something ! Enjoy them! Carine.

  5. These got to be the healthiest cookies ever!!! I mean seriously…who can beat a cookie that looks so good as the ones in your pictures and its healthy too!!! Amazing!!!

    • Hi Manal, Thank you for your lovely message. I love paleo cookies so much healthier and ‘guilt-free’ for those days when you really need a sweet treat 🙂

    • ahah well, mine are sugar free choc chips sweetened with natural stevia so definetely super healthy to support my diabetes. Enjoy!