Sugar-Free No-Bake Cookies
Sugar-Free No-Bake Cookies are easy low-carb peanut butter chocolate cookies packed with healthy coconut oil, flaxseed meal, and walnuts.
It’s a delicious sweet treat, 100% dairy-free, vegan, gluten-free, and sugar-free.
What Are Sugar-Free No-Bake Cookies?
These sugar-free no-bake cookies are inspired by the popular Afghan biscuit recipe.
Traditional Afghan cookies are delicious but carb-loaded cocoa buttery biscuits with crunchy pieces of cornflakes in the middle, covered with chocolate glazing and a half walnut in the middle.
While these sugar-free no-bake cookies will only bring
Why You’ll Love These Cookies
I love these cookies because they are so easy to make and delicious but also:
- 10 Minutes of Prep
How To Make Sugar-Free No-Bake Cookies
These sugar-free no-bake cookies look like Afghan biscuits and the pieces of walnuts mimic the usual cornflakes used in the classic recipe.
But they are made entirely with only low-carb ingredients.
No-bake recipes are the best way to enjoy a healthy sweet treat in less than 30 minutes.
All need to make these no-bake cookies are:
- Almond Flour – prefer ultra-fine almond flour to avoid this gritty texture that a coarser almond meal can sometimes bring. Almond flour is one of the best keto-friendly flours.
- Walnuts – make sure you roughly chop them, you want to keep bites and pieces of walnuts to mimic the cornflakes that you would find in an Afghan biscuit.
- Flaxseed Meal – it adds a good bunch of fiber and healthy fats to these bars.
- Sugar-free Crystal Sweetener – I love to use erythritol or Monk fruit sugar. Both are natural, sugar-free, and low-carb sweeteners, safe for diabetics. If you are on a paleo diet, coconut sugar would work as well but would up the carbs.
- Coconut Oil – refined or unrefined depending on how you like coconut flavor. The refined coconut oil doesn’t add a coconut flavor to your baking.
- Peanut Butter – or any seed or nut butter you like I also love to use almond butter or sunflower seed butter for nut-free butter. Sugar-free desserts like this must be made with natural peanut butter, containing no sugar.
- Cocoa Powder – prefer unsweetened cacao or cocoa powder.
- Sugar-Free Chocolate Chips – I used stevia-sweetened chocolate, but any dark chocolate >85% cocoa is a healthy option. You can also make your own sugar-free chocolate chips.
- Coconut Cream – or full-fat cream if you are not vegan and tolerate dairy.
- Almond Flour: if you’re allergic to almonds, you can try oat flour or sunflower seed flour, but the macros would be different.
- Walnuts: or any other nut such as pecan nuts, Brazil nuts, or even seeds such as sunflower seeds.
- Erythritol: you can use any crystal sweetener such as allulose, tagatose, or coconut sugar.
- Peanut Butter: substitute the peanut butter for any other nut butter (cashew butter or almond butter), or seed butter such as sunflower seed butter.
These sugar-free no-bake cookies are perfect for storing for up to 4 weeks in the fridge.
You can also freeze them, simply defrost them an hour before snack, and they will be delicious.
Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely, there’s no need for sugar in no-bake cookies. They are delicious without.
To make these cookies less sweet, reduce the sweetener to 1/4 cup.
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Sugar-Free No-Bake Cookies
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