KETO CINNAMON COOKIES MADE WITHOUT THE CARBS AND LOTS OF LOVE
These soft keto cinnamon cookies are low-carb and perfect as breakfast cookies with a hot beverage or a snack throughout the day. Best of all they are sugar-free.
Who doesn’t love the taste and smell of cinnamon?
Every time I walk through a mall with a Cinnabon shop where they make the most delicious smelling cinnamon buns I get weak at the knees.
If you or someone you know enjoy a low-carb high-fat or keto lifestyle these Keto Sweetheart Cinnamon Cookies make the best homemade gifts.
With Valentine’s Day ahead a few days you can spread some low carb love and bake up a batch, even if they are for yourself.
This recipe for soft keto cinnamon cookies use both almond flour and coconut flour for texture and flavour purposes.
Both the almond and coconut are a low carb flour and used in many dishes along with lupin flour.
What is lupin flour?
Lupin flour is produced by drying and grinding the lupin bean. You may also know these as lupini beans (rubbery outside skin) you can buy in cans at the grocery store in the International aisle.
We’ve recently purchased lupin flour from Amazon Canada but have yet to use it in any baked goods.
I tested this recipe using two different baking methods and times to transform these soft keto cinnamon cookies into crunchy cinnamon cookies without burning them.
What I ended up with was exactly what I was hoping for although making anything crunchy that is keto or low-carb has to be baked low and slow.
Just the other day I made a batch of keto double chocolate biscotti cookies and boy did they turn out nice.
I’m not a low-carb, keto diet eater but I do test what we make and I can see why certain recipes are very appealing and others not so much.
Crunchy Keto Cinnamon Cookies vs. Soft Keto Cinnamon Cookies
For soft keto sweetheart, cinnamon cookies bake as directed below.
I personally like the soft cinnamon cookies but Mrs. CBB says she sometimes craves crunch so either will do for her.
For crunchy Keto sweetheart cinnamon cookies;
- Flatten before baking
- 10 minutes at 300 degrees
- flip 10 mins at 200 degrees
- flip 10 minutes at 200 degrees
- Cool then freeze
What are hidden carbs?
This is a very common question for anyone who is starting out eating a low-carb or keto diet.
Are there carbohydrates in cinnamon?
Yes, there are carbs in cinnamon as do many spices so it’s important if you are on a low-carb high-fat diet or keto diet such as Atkins that you include every ingredient when tallying up your net carbs.
For every 1 teaspoon of cinnamon, this equals 6 calories, 1.2g dietary fibre, and 1.84g of carbs. – source
How to make Keto Sweetheart Cinnamon Cookies
You’ll find this is a simple keto cookie recipe that doesn’t take long at all to make.
You can enjoy them fresh after they have cooled or they are even great right from the freezer.
We often find that after a day or so the cookies have a stronger flavour as they’ve had time to rest.
I like to use the Kirkland brand cinnamon or if I can find a good organic cinnamon for all of my baking.
- 1/2 cup Almond Flour (not Almond meal)
- 1/2 cup Coconut Flour
- 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup ground Erythritol or sweetener of choice
- 1/4 cup unsweetened Almond Milk
- 2 large eggs
- (extra cinnamon to dust the cookies on top)
- Add all of your ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix until combined
- Cover with plastic wrap and chill in the refrigerator for 30 minutes
- Scoop balls with melon ball scoop and place on Silpat lined baking sheet and bake for 5 minutes at 300 degrees.
- Take the baking pan out from the oven and using a fork press down on the top of each cookie to make a fork indent.
- Put the baking tray back in the oven for a further 10 minutes until golden
- Dust with cinnamon and let cool
- Freeze up to 3 months
There really is no reason to make low carb baking complicated especially when you are working with some of the best ingredients around.
Enjoy your Soft Keto Sweetheart Cinnamon Cookies with a cup of coffee, tea or dunk them in milk.
Have you tried any of the low carb flours I’ve discussed in this post today?
Per 1/24 Recipe: Calories 135 per cookie, 0.41 Carbs per cookie *Using Atkins Carb Counter
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