Keto Brownie Cookie Recipe

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Keto Brownie Cookie

Keto Brownie Cookie Recipe

Keto brownie cookie is a tasty recipe made made by my wife Angel.  I loved this recipe and I think you guys will really enjoy the keto brownie cookie recipe!

Check out Angel’s website, and instagram where she shares stories and pics about our life. She also has a great YouTube channel you can check out as well.

If you enjoy recipes like this, you may be interested in my advanced nutrition and recipe book the Keto Metabolic Breakthrough.

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Keto Brownie Cookie Recipe





Yield 12 Cookies


2 Tablespoons butter, softened

1 pasture-raised egg

2 Tablespoons stevia, powdered

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

7 Tablespoons sugar free chocolate chips

1 Tablespoon butter

6 tablespoon almond flour

1 tablespoon raw cacao powder

1/8 teaspoon baking powder

1/8 teaspoon pink salt

1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum

1/4 Cup chopped pecans


Step #1:  In a medium bowl, using a hand mixer, beat together 2 tbsp. butter, egg, sweetener, and vanilla until well combined.

Step #2:  In a separate bowl, heat up 6 tbsps. of chocolate-chips and the 1 tbsp. of butter until melted.

Step #3:  Beat the melted chocolate into your egg/butter mixture until smooth.

Step #4:  Stir in the rest of the dry ingredients just until combined and then fold in the pecans and the final tbsp. of chocolate-chips.

Step #5:  Place your batter in the freezer for 7-8min and preheat your oven to 350*F.

Step #6:  Spray or grease a large baking sheet with oil. Drop the batter by heaping tbsp.’s onto the cookie sheet.  Lightly flatten each with the back of an oiled spoon.

Step #7:  Bake for 8-10min. (The should still be a bit soft when they come out! Do not over-bake). Let the cookies sit on the tray to cool for 10-15 min before moving onto a wire rack.

Step #8:  Enjoy immediately or store in an air-tight container on the counter or in the freezer for a quick snack later on!

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 cookie

Amount Per Serving

Calories 88

% Daily Value

Total Fat 9 g


Total Carbohydrates 4 g


Dietary Fiber 2 g


Protein 2 g


* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

keto brownie cookie

Special Notes:

This recipe uses stevia which is an all natural sweetener that does not impact blood sugar levels.  If you don’t like stevia, you can also try this monk fruit sweetener which doesn’t impact blood sugar at all.  Other sweetener options include honey, coconut nectar and organic sugar but all of these impact your blood sugar and insulin levels and are not keto.

If you are sensitive to almonds, you can try using coconut flour, but I would increase your eggs to 4 for the same amount of flour as coconut flour is very dry and you need a lot of liquid and sticky substances like eggs to absorb it.

Dr Jockers Comments

If you are looking for a sugar-free, keto treat than try out this brownie cookie recipe.  It tastes amazing and is full of nutrient dense ingredients that help you burn fat for fuel.

A ketogenic nutrition plan is high in healthy fats, contains a moderate amount of protein and is very low in net carbs.  You calculate net carbs by taking the total carbs – fiber.  Fiber has no impact on blood sugar levels for most people and it helps support the microbiome.  A properly formulated ketogenic diet is relatively high in fiber but it is low in overall net carbs.

Non-processed chocolate is called cacao and this food is rich in polyphenolic antioxidants and theobromine which help support blood flow into the brain.  Chocolate is also very high in natural PEA’s that support neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine.  These neurochemicals help us to feel good, stay focused and be happy!

Enjoy this fantastic brownie cookie recipe and if you are looking for other good keto dessert recipes than check out this run down.  If you want a detailed training on how to get into a fat burning state of ketosis, than check out my entire keto program here

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Dr. Jockers

Dr David Jockers is passionate about seeing people reach their health potential in mind, body and spirit. He is the host of the popular “Dr Jockers Functional Nutrition” podcast and the author of the best-selling books, “The Keto Metabolic Breakthrough” and “The Fasting Transformation.”


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  1. Hello
    I think i registered for keto training & help from your pkg several months ago. Nopaper work but I used my visa/mc.
    I’m not good at email, so it has been a challenge.

    I got the cookbook and various recipes but it is hard to find many things in my small city. I have autoimmune disorder (Multiple Sclerosis) so night shades are out for me!
    I try to follow Dr.Gundry also. My gi-gut is improving but i feel 2 steps forward & 3 back; as I am not successful at this holiday time.

    I enjoyed many recipes but i hate cooking for one.
    Even with eating this way, my joints and bladder are issues!
    I’m also allergic to Almonds so bowls get involved!
    I’m changing to vegetables primary…depressed at Christmas time again. No candy for me!

    Cathie Kemp –

  2. Cathy, I hear you. My problem is leaky gut. I have realized that weight isn’t coming off as I like. I realize since menopause it has been painful to see myself grow in the wrong way. I have decided to get rid of the sugars and carbs. Eat fresh vegetables, meat and fish, avocados and have at least 8-9 hours of sleep at night. Drink at least 120 ounces of water or tea a day. For exercising walking and if you can’t move your arms and neck.

  3. I think you have a serious problem with craving ultra sweet things. The two tablespoons of stevia called for in this recipe is just one example I have observed in your recipes. It seems to me you should be encouraging people to get away from the need to have things so sweet.

  4. Question: I’d like to try these but, is the Xanthum Gum necessary? I don’t want to have to buy another ingredient. Will the cookies be okay if I omit this ingredient?

  5. The ingredients list 1 Tablespoon of butter to mix with the choc chips but in the description it says to melt choc chips with 1 tsp butter.
    Which is correct?

  6. This is absolutely one of my favorite keto desserts! I’ve made these several times with and without nuts and my family loves them. I love the texture. I dislike the texture of most keto baked desserts but this one is perfect! One added tip for me is that they don’t look done, but they are! 10 minutes max works for me and they come out super soft and moist. I’m considering using this same recipe as a start for a regular chocolate chip cookie that has the same texture!

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