Sugar Free Snickerdoodle Cookies

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snickerdoodle cookies

Sugar Free Snickerdoodle Cookies

This snickerdoodle cookies recipe is by my friend Kelcie Yeo. She has one of my favorite recipe blogs “Kelcie’s Kreations” that you can find here.  I know you will love this great tasting sugar free snickerdoodle cookies recipe!

Sugar Free Snickerdoodle Cookies

Prep

Cook

Total

Yield 12 cookies

Ingredients:

Instructions:

Step #1:  Whisk together the eggs, melted butter, vanilla, stevia and keto maple syrup.

Step #2:  Add in the coconut flour, baking soda, salt, baking powder, cinnamon and nutmeg.

Step #3:  Form the mixture into balls and flatten slightly.

Step #4:  Bake these at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes

Notes

***The nutrition info for this recipe is based on the linked ingredients above**  

**Nutritional info does not include optional ingredients. 

Courses dessert

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 cookie

Amount Per Serving

Calories 188

% Daily Value

Total Fat 16 g

25%

Total Carbohydrates 12 g

4%

Dietary Fiber 10 g

40%

Sugars 1 g

Protein 3 g

6%

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

Dr Jockers Comments:

Snickerdoodle cookies are a traditional holiday favorite for many!  I wanted to make a grain-free, ketogenic version that was full of anti-inflammatory nutrients.  We found the right combo with this recipe so you get the incredible flavor and texture without the sugar and inflammatory ingredients.  In fact, this recipe is full of fat burning, blood sugar stabilizing ingredients.  This is a must have for your holiday parties!

These are grain-free cookies that are rich in good fats and clean protein.  Grass-fed butter and pasture-raised eggs are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, CLA, choline, vitamin A and other carotenoid anti-oxidants.  The coconut flour is basically made up of good fats and fiber and has no effect on blood sugar and is good for the gut lining.

This recipe uses ketogenic sweeteners in stevia, monk fruit and erythritol.  Cinnamon helps improve blood sugar sensitivity as well making this recipe very anti-inflammatory.  You and the family will absolutely love these cookies!

Let us know what you think of this recipe in the comments box below!

Dr. Jockers

Dr. David Jockers is a doctor of natural medicine, functional nutritionist and corrective care chiropractor. He currently owns and operates Exodus Health Center in Kennesaw, Georgia. He has developed 6 revolutionary online programs with thousands of participants.

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  1. Hi Dr. jockers,
    I enjoy your recipes and newsletter. Thank you for sharing so much good information. I’m getting ready to try this cookies recipe but I would like to know the carb count per cookie so I can keep within my 50 grams. I woukd appreciate the information.

    Thanks

  2. Can I leave out the keto maple syrup and only use stevia to sweeten instead, maybe some water for fluid?
    Do you know what the sweetness of monkfruit is from – frcutose, glucose or any other sugar? Never found any information on this so far (monkfruit is ingredient of the keto maple syrup)
    Thank you!

      1. Thank you! This sounds really interesting. Unfortunately I don’t get it in my country.
        I confused it with Lucuma, to which I found conflicting information on wikipedia. Do you also have information on the sugar content of this?

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