20 Keto Christmas Cookie Recipes You’ll Want to Make ASAP
No cheat days needed: These keto Christmas cookies bring classic flavors and sweetness into every bite, all without the gluten and grains that can make you crash or break your diet. Make these Christmas cookie recipes for craveable cookies so good, even your non-keto friends will love them. Don’t believe us, just ask Santa!
Keto Christmas cookies are the perfect solution when sugar cravings strike. Using low-glycemic sweeteners and rich flavors like chocolate, ginger, and coconut, these recipes deliver big satisfaction without making you feel deprived. Stick with high-quality ingredients and sweeteners that won’t spike your blood sugar for best results.
Have your cookies — and eat them, too — with these delicious and simple keto cookie recipes:
Keto Christmas cookies
At 1.1 net carb apiece, you’ll want to make this recipe your new sweet standby. Not only does a blend of almond flour, grass-fed ghee, and vanilla create a melt-in-your-mouth keto cookie, a dip in creamy coconut icing takes them to a whole new level.
A rich, buttery batter infused with gelatin allows these cookies to hold their shape for cookie cutters and rolling. Top with a creamy vanilla icing for tasty 1-carb cookies you can make in 30 minutes flat. To keep this recipe more Bulletproof, use a grass-fed gelatin, grass-fed butter, birch xylitol, and a high-quality almond milk.
This recipe delivers that a great-tasting keto-friendly Christmas cookie that looks the part. White chocolate and cranberry bring flavors of the season to these tender, beautiful cookies with a texture much like a chocolate chip cookie. In addition to the recipe, there’s a handy video to walk you through the process.
Four simple ingredients transform into delicious, buttery biscuits with this keto cookie recipe. Simply mix, chill, cut, and bake for light and crisp cookies with only .3 net carbs each. Stick with non-GMO erythritol and grass-fed butter to keep it all more Bulletproof.
Using simple ingredients like almond flour, ghee, and vanilla, these keto cookies taste just as good as the classic recipe — without the sugar crash. Top with a melty chocolate glaze for a classic flavor combo, or customize the batter with add-ins like lemon zest or dried lavender.
Chocolate chip keto cookies
Heat-safe and flavorless collagen peptides add a gut-friendly source of protein to these classic cookies. Almond flour and rich chocolate chunks create a base for a crispy or chewy final product, depending on how thick you make them. These cookies bake up at just over 1.5 net carbs apiece.
Chocolate lovers, this recipe is for you. These cookies get a one-two punch from cocoa powder and melty dark chocolate chunks, creating a rich and chewy cookie perfect for dipping in coffee. Best of all, each cookie tallies up to 2.5 net carbs each.
Your favorite keto fruit can do just about anything — including creating the base for a rich and fudgy cookie. This recipe swaps the butter you’ll find in most keto cookie recipes with mashed avocados, creating a dense, high-fat cookie with just over 2 net carbs (and no avocado taste whatsoever).
Ok, fine. They aren’t chocolate chip… but they are chocolate! This recipe is so good we had to squeeze it in here. With 2.6 grams of net carbs per cookie, as well as being grain-free and dairy-free, you’ll find these indulgent cookies cure cravings without crashing your diet.
Spiced keto cookies
Buttery shortbread biscuits get a fragrant upgrade from dried lavender in this slice-and-bake keto cookie recipe. These cookies also contain no nuts, and swap almond flour with keto-friendly coconut flour. Keep this recipe Bulletproof with grass-fed butter.
With anti-inflammatory spices like ginger and cinnamon, plus pantry staples like almond butter and erythritol, you can make these holiday keto cookies year-round. You can make this sweet and spicy recipe in just 20 minutes for 2.3 net carbs per serving.
These fresh and minty cookies taste just like the original recipe, but swap the gluten and grains with low-carb staples like almond flour and cocoa powder. These thin and crisp cookies bake up at 1 net carb apiece. To stay more Bulletproof, simply avoid eating too much xanthan gum.
These sweet, swirled keto cookies use basic ingredients like almond flour, butter, and erythritol: Mix, divide the dough, and roll into a swirled pattern. Make these 2-carb cookies more Bulletproof with grass-fed butter, non-GMO erythritol, and Ceylon cinnamon.
No-bake keto cookies
With a naturally sweet coconut butter glaze and pieces of fresh ginger, these zesty keto cookies deliver on flavor with just minutes of prep time. Each cookie is just over 4 net carbs and packed with satisfying fat and protein.
These five-minute keto cookies use four low-carb ingredients to create simple chocolate-dipped treats. Create a base out of homemade coconut butter, sweetener, and coconut milk, then roll into cookies and dip in chocolate. Each serving is just 1 net carb — and to keep it more Bulletproof, use non-GMO erythritol to sweeten and full-fat canned coconut milk.
This macaroon-style cookie rolls up ingredients like shredded coconut and coconut oil into a naturally sweet and high-fat treat. These ultra-coconutty cookies tally up at under 1 net carb apice. To keep it all more Bulletproof, use birch xylitol and top with high-quality chocolate that contains at least 85% cacao.
Get rich flavor and texture from these easy keto cookies: Crunchy macadamia nuts rest in a “nest” of coconut oil, raw cacao, and shredded coconut for a satisfying high-fat treat. Stay more Bulletproof and use raw macadamias for this recipe.
Keto cookies: Edible cookie dough
You’ve never seen cookie dough like this: With power-packed ingredients like Brain Octane Oil and collagen protein, these keto cookies support fat burning and silence hunger pangs.
For a keto cookie fix without the bake time, make this ultra-rich recipe. A base with butter, cocoa powder, and coconut flour gets studded with rich chocolate chips for a scoopable cookie dough with only 2 net carbs per serving. Stay more Bulletproof and use grass-fed butter, non-GMO erythritol, full-fat canned coconut milk, and chocolate chips with at least 85% cacao.
For a dippable, poppable take on keto cookies, transform them into fat bombs with this recipe. Season an almond flour and butter base with vanilla and dark chocolate chips, then dip in a silky dark chocolate coating. Every satisfying bite is just 1 net carb. Make this take on keto cookies more Bulletproof and use chocolate with at least 85% cacao.
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