Low Carb Espresso Cookies
I am usually a big fan of baking with sweeteners, like sugary syrup or sugar, because the sweetness comes from the sweetness of the fruit or vegetables. But on occasion, I like to try something a little more exotic. This recipe has a touch of maple syrup in the dough, so it’s not low carb, but the people who are on low carb will think it’s great.
These low carb chocolate espresso cookies are a great snack and are really easy to make. They are also really quick and easy to make. They take less than 5 minutes to make and you only need 8 ingredients. You probably already have all of them in your kitchen. They are gluten free, low carb, and sugar free. You can serve them for any occasion.
If you’re a fan of the Starbucks Caffe Misto, chances are you’ve been eyeing their low-carb espresso cookies. The problem is, they’re not low-carb and don’t taste as good as the original either. So, I made my own, low-carb espresso cookie version that tastes just like the original.
With these Espresso Cookies with Low Carbs, Matt’s favorite low-carb dessert is back on the menu! He claims it tastes exactly like tiramisu but without the effort. That sounds like a dream come true, doesn’t it? We’ve even made the right dip to go with it, so you can serve it at parties and wow your guests!
Is it necessary for me to use espresso grounds?
You don’t need to use them, in a nutshell. Answer I prefer to give: It makes a huge difference if you do, and we strongly advise you to do so! The stronger the flavor of the cookie, the darker the roast. If you’re concerned about the caffeine concentration, don’t be; it’ll be quite low – equivalent to what you’d find in chocolate. If you don’t have espresso on hand, coffee will suffice in this recipe. Let us know how it goes if you use coffee!
It’s Now Possible to Make Keto Tiramisu!
This isn’t your typical tiramisu substitute, and you might be surprised to learn that cookies can take the place of your favorite dessert. However, all of the flavors are present. Simply dip the cookies in the espresso dipping sauce, close your eyes, and eat. We know an excellent low carb replacement when we see one, and you can attest to that if you’ve tried any of our other low carb alternatives. Low-carb butter chicken, chewy chocolate chip cookies, and keto bread all on the menu.
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Cookies with an espresso dipping sauce!
You should definitely bake these cookies if you’ve been craving something sweet or simply enjoy a coffee dessert (my personal favorite dessert growing up was coffee ice cream). Your children will adore them, as will your coworkers, and your spouse will be eternally grateful to you. These low-carb espresso cookies with espresso dip will quench your tiramisu cravings while keeping you on track!
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Espresso Cookies with Low Carbs
Keto cookies with a coffee flavor and an espresso whipped cream topping.
20-minute total time
14 cookie servings
123 calories per serving
Time to prepare: 5 minutes
15-minute rest period
15 minutes to prepare
Preheat oven to 350°F and line one or two baking pans with parchment paper.
Melt the butter in a large mixing bowl with the espresso, almond flour, coconut flour, erythritol, cinnamon, espresso grounds, baking powder, and stevia.
Using a hand mixer, combine the ingredients.
Combine the eggs with the remaining ingredients until a homogeneous consistency is achieved.
Scoop part of the mixture (slightly overflowing) onto the baking sheet with a cookie scooper. We produced 14 cookies in all.
Optionally, before baking, lightly coat each cookie with espresso powder. Preheat oven to 350°F and bake for 12-15 minutes.
Allow 15 minutes for cooling before handling.
Spread the dough out with your palm or a fork if you want thinner, crispier cookies. Leave in cookie scoop form if you want thick and soft (as demonstrated in the video).
Using a hand mixer, whip the cream until stiff peaks form.
In a mixing bowl, combine the stevia and espresso grounds.
Enjoy with cookies that have been allowed to cool.
Serving Size: 1 Cookie Net Carbs: 2g (dip not included)
Low Carb Espresso Cookies
Per Serving Amount
123 calories Fat calories account for 99 calories.
daily value in percent*
11 g (17 %) fat
Carbohydrates account for 31% of total calories.
1g4 percent fiber
2g4 percent protein
* Percent Daily Values (%DV) are calculated using a 2000-calorie diet.
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