These Low Carb Chocolate Covered Cookies are made with superfine almond flour, coconut flakes and then covered in chocolate sweetened with Stevia.
Holy moly guys! Just when you think you have everything under control life does a somersault! I guess that is bound to happen when work, home, and play have been calm and smooth sailing for quite awhile!
I have everything under control at my day job, and there are no major must fix home improvements necessary for “this old house” and I’ve been so happy with the recipes that I’ve worked on for so many cool brands. Pinch me, right?
Then I threw my name in for a promotion to work in another department and they said YES. I decided to renovate my home office – right NOW, so over the holiday weekend I spent two days painting and clearing out the space. Oh, and I just can’t stop fine tuning recipes and playing with my camera, so I brought you cookies.
I’m pretty much bursting with excitement and juggling EVERYTHING at lightening speed including some baking that I have lined up to share because the holidays are just around the corner!
Low Carb Chocolate Covered Cookies aren’t just for the holiday season!
These low carb chocolate covered cookies are fabulous! I added shredded coconut, covered them in chocolate and topped them with more coconut flakes and chopped almonds.
Delicious treats and although they look pretty for the holidays these can be enjoyed all year long!
The base for these cookies are from the back of a package of superfine almond flour, which I’m finding is perfect for baking. The almonds are ground so powdery fine it’s hard to tell you aren’t baking with all-purpose flour.
There is one step in this recipe that makes a world of difference when baking a cookie that is gluten free and low carb (approximately 7). After baking like you would a traditional cookie recipe, cool the cookies completely, and then rebake at a super low heat for about an hour.
That extra step gives you a firm cookie that doesn’t fall apart when you bite into it. Add this low carb chocolate covered cookie to your cookie tray!
Recipe adapted from Wellbee’s (recipe on back of almond flour package)