These cookies are seriously magical. Super easy to make and without, you can feel good about eating way more than just one.
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I love simplifying recipes. As a mom of four with number five arriving within the next month simple is key. I love my Magic Cookie Bars and I consider them a fairly easy recipe but the prep for those is about 25 minutes when you consider having to cook the sweetened condensed milk. And then that’s an additional pot to wash. I wanted a simpler version for when I don’t already have a batch of condensed milk ready to go in the fridge.
These magic keto cookies are so easy and flavorful. The taste exactly like Magic Cookie Bars without the crust. And that’s what they are. Crustless magic cookie bars. They are going to be my new go-to dessert to hide in the back of my fridge where my kids can’t find them.
Feel free to customize these keto cookies to your tastes. Don’t like walnuts? Use pecans. Don’t like coconut? Use extra nuts. The main thing is to have 1.5 cups of mix-ins. I’m planning on trying these with white chocolate and unsweetened dried cranberries this fall.
Feel free to use different nuts, chopped milk chocolate, or any other type of yummy sugar-free sweet in these magical keto cookies.
Ingredients in Magic Cookies
Coconut Cream – Coconut cream is the thick part of coconut milk. It either comes in small cans or you can refrigerate a can of regular coconut milk and just use the solid part.
Sugar-Free Sweetener – I like to use a blend of xylitol, erythritol, and stevia in my recipes. You can purchase this pre-mixed from the Trim Healthy Mama website or mix your own according to my recipe. By using a combination of sugar alcohols and stevia you can use half the amount required of regular sugar. Since these sweeteners can be more expensive this helps with my food budget.
Sugar-Free Chocolate Chips – I use Lily’s Chocolate Chips most of the time.
Unsweetened Coconut Flakes – these are the larger coconut chips, not the finely shredded coconut. These have a chewier texture that is great in granola, cookies, and trail mix.