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Magic Keto Cookies (GF)

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These cookies are SUPER EASY to make. A blend of nuts, coconut, and chocolate chips, these are sure to please.  These mounds of joy are low carb, gluten-free, and keto friendly. I found this recipe on https://www.delish.com/magic keto cookies

These cookies come out chewy and delicious.  Very hardy as well, I love mine with a cup of coffee or tea

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3.72 from 265 votes

Magic Keto Cookies

Course Dessert
Keyword gluten free cookies, keto cookies, low carb cookies
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 25 cookies
Calories 129kcal
Author WhollyCupcake

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup coconut oil Solid(do not melt)
  • 4 Tbsp unsalted butter, softened
  • 3 Tbsp Sweetener I used Swerve
  • 1 cup sugar free chocolate chips I used Lily's
  • 1 cup coconut flakes Unsweetened
  • 1/2 cup pecans chopped
  • 1/2 cup walnuts chopped
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 4 egg yolks
  • sea salt flakes for sprinkling on top (optional)

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350F, and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper
  • In a large bowl stir coconut oil, butter, sweetener, vanilla extract,and egg yolks. Mix in chocolate chips, coconut, and nuts.
  • I used a cookie scoop and got 25 cookies, or you can use a spoon to drop even amounts of dough onto baking sheet. Sprinkle with the sea salt if desired
  • Bake 12-14 minutes until light golden brown

Notes

***Please note there will be some oil coming out of these as they bake because there is no flour to absorb it. Let them cool on the cookies sheet for about 10-15 mins then transfer to cooling rack with paper towel underneath.

Nutrition

Serving: 1cookie | Calories: 129kcal | Carbohydrates: 1.9g | Protein: 1.9g | Fat: 12.5g


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You can refrigerate them for up to a week. Take them out to room temp 30 mins before eating ( optional) If you make this recipe and love it, please rate it at the bottom

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Enjoy ❤️❤️❤️

Ralu

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Vera

Made these just now! Read all the comments. I used Swerve confectioners sugar, add 1 Tablespoon of coconut flour, used coconut flakes and cooked them in a metal mini cupcake tin. Let them cook in the tin 12 minutes and let them cool for 15 minutes in the tin and they are now on a rack cooling. Tasty! Thanks for the recipe!

Jen
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Jen

I’m trying these now – baking in the oven as I type – so excited to try!

Brock
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Brock

We love these!!!! This is our go to treat. Not just because they are keto. They are amazing! So easy and soooooo good.

Lisa
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Thank you for the recipe..I am not a fan of coconut so I replaced with oat meal 😊

Laura
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Laura

Can you tell me the net carbs on these?

Christine
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Christine

Just made these – fantastic. I used shredded coconut instead and took the advice of another commentor about adding a tablespoon of almond flour.. I also only had a small tart pan with 24 individual tarts – perfect size as I got 22 servings. These are really tasty and does not trigger sugar cravings.

kileen
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kileen

Is there any reason not to double the recipe and bake it as a cookie bar in a 9×13?

Kari
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Kari

Good stuff! After reading comments I too added 1 tbls of coconut flour to make sure they held together and absorb the oil. Really good!

Jan N
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Jan N

I made these and they are DELICIOUS!!! The extra oil was absorbed quickly just as advertised. I must’ve used a smaller scoop and got 36 cookies. Only 24 or so would fit on my pan so I put the rest in a mini muffin pan. They all turned out great! Thanks so much for the recipe 🙂

Robyn May
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Robyn May

Oh my yumminess!!! Thank you for creating this recipe and sharing with us! They are so good! My only complaint-I can only have 1 to stay within my macros today!!! 🤤

Heather
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Heather

These are awesome!!! Thanks!

Heather
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Heather

These are awesome!! Thanks!

Rebecca
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Rebecca

Hello! Any thoughts on egg subs? I’m allergic 🙁

Lois
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Lois

I have made this recipe a few times. My daughter begs me for more every time she comes to visit! These are her new favorite cookie.

Jennifer
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Jennifer

I wonder if you could use honey as a sweetener and how much you would put in as a sub of swerve. I have never used swerve but I loathe sweeteners that have a weird aftertaste.

Liz
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Liz

Easy to make and delicious. Simply amazing!!

Melissa
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Melissa

Did you use the Swerve granular or confectioners sugar?

Nicole
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Nicole

Love them! These little treats took care of my sweet craving! Thanks for the recipe.

Nicole
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Nicole

Hi! Do you know the carb count?

Jan N
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Jan N

Is that net carbs?

Jen
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Jen

This recipe is probably great but use a baking sheet WITH SIDES.. The oil dripped down off the sheet and ended up pooling at the bottom of my oven and smoking terribly. Ruined the entire batch. I just wasted a ton of $$$ on the ingredients and my oven needs a deep clean now.

Lindy
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Lindy

I am always appreciative of anyone that puts in the effort to trial and post recipes but I am wondering if this recipe has the wrong quantity of ingredients as most of the coconut oil ends up covering the whole tray, what a waste of an expensive ingredient. Wouldn’t it be better to have the ingredient stay in the items you are cooking than covering the tray? Maybe the addition of some coconut flour to absorb and curb this seepage ? Just seems like a dreadful waste.

Lindy
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Lindy

mmm, I’m wondering how that’s possible.. mine just seeped all over the tray and stayed there, coconut oil also completely saturated the paper towel I rested them on so all in all I think there was more coconut oil on the parchment paper and paper towel than in the cookies ; )
I suspect, like the comment below from Toscha – coconut flour to absorb the liquid fat so it ends up in your tummy and not in the bin.
Thanks to you anyway Ralu and your efforts.

Kim
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Kim

These truly are amazing! 😋👍

gail
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gail

these are super easy to make and the are outstanding to eat!

Caroline
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Caroline

Y’all! I have scoured the recipe and I keep missing the nutritional info! Please help!!

Kristi
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Kristi

I have made this twice and they are just PERFECT!! I love this recipe! Thank you so much for sharing

Doreen
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Doreen

Delish! Problem is that when I make Keto snacks I tend to overeat them an mess up my carbs. It’s so frustrating because I want that sweet treat once in a while but portion control is an issue. I can easily pop 3-4 of these into my mouth at one time because they are small and so good!
The butter melt caught me off guard but they did cool off and stayed intact.

Stephanie
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Stephanie

These look great! I dislike the taste of coconut though, can I substitute something else? Cream cheese?

Brandi
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Brandi

These were so good!! What a “life saver” doing KETO. Thanks for the recipe!

Toscha
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Toscha

I loved these!!! The liquids did spread all over the pan. I added 1/4 cup of coconut flour and they are more solid now. Thank you for sharing this with us!!

Doreen
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Doreen

I’m going to try that. The butter melting was weird. LOL They are really good though.

Shannon
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Shannon

Absolutely DELICIOUS!

Zein
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Zein

Hello, great taste. I am just hesitant as I don’t know the net carb in them. Did anyone plug the ingredients in and figured it out?

Susan Bostic
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Susan Bostic

This is by far one of the easiest and best keto treats!! I typically triple and sometimes quad the recipe because so many keto/non-keto friends want them too! I always make them before I travel so that I can enjoy a little sweet treat on the road. Yes, there is oil on the pan when they come out of the oven but I just tip the cookie sheet a bit and let them cool 10-15 minutes before transferring them to the cooling rack! Also, I don’t always add all the sweetener called for, maybe about 3/4 of it and they’re… Read more »

Gloria higley
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Gloria higley

THE BEST KETO TREAT…. thank you for this delish recipe. It is probably one of the Keto recipes I’ve ever made.

Randy
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Yum yum, these are really good. Thank you for sharing this recipie.

Johny
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Johny

I make a different recipe every day to try out ones that my family will like. Only about one out of six don’t end up in the trash. This is our number one “dessert” recipe for the fifth week running….Thanks for making something that is AWESOME!

Shairyl
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Shairyl

So I just made these cookies. They are pretty good, they satisfied a craving which is a huge plus. I am glad you mentioned that a lot of the oil would be on the cookie sheet after baking, that would have been a bit of a shock. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

Su B
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Su B

I wanted to have snacks available for the upcoming weeks and had everything needed to prepare this recipe. They came together quickly and baked beautifully at 14 min. I didn’t change any part of the recipe. I am glad you made the note re the oil after baking….I would have been concerned to see that! After 1/2 hr they were ready to eat. I loved them!
Thank you so much for this recipe….it will remain in my arsenal and become one of my favorites I am sure.

Emma
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Emma

I live in northern Scandinavia, even in the summer coconut oil is rock solid most days because of the temperature. Last year we had record heat during the summer (and lots of forest fires which made them ban using an outdoor grill) and it was the first time I ever had soft coconut oil. As we still have patches of snow and ice, I don’t think I can count on any record heat sometime soon.

Does it really ruin the cookies if I melt the coconut oil? Can I replace it with butter in that case?

Trish
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Trish

I am on the Keto Diet and I see the nutrition facts. So the fiber cancels out the carbs?

Patti
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Patti

what about 2 whole eggs instead of 4 yolks?

Julie
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Julie

Hi there. I wonder if you could use unsweetened applesauce instead of coconut?

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