Enjoying this edible chocolate chip keto cookie dough right out of the bowl is one of the best things that happened this year!
If you’re just getting to know me, you’ll find that I love food. It’s why I create new keto recipes and run this website. Over the years I’ve invested thousands of dollars in different specialty ingredients as well as thousands upon thousands of hours of time working on reinventing old favorites.
Today, I’m thrilled to bring you this recipe for chocolate chip keto cookie dough featuring Aviate foods lupini flour. I warn you NOT TO MAKE THIS RECIPE WITH ANY OTHER BRAND OF LUPINI FLOUR because it will taste TERRIBLE. Imagine chewing on foil and you’ll have a clear picture of what most lupini flour tastes like. Ingredients are expensive, so trust my testing and don’t waste your money trying other big-name brands. Plus...
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The Best Sugar-Free Chocolate Chip Brands
Be aware when buying sugar-free chocolate chips. The big brands use sweeteners like maltitol that can undermine all your hard work and prevent you from getting the results you want. Further, maltitol tends to lead to gas and bloating as it is digested. Bathroom adventures aren’t something we want to happen to us after enjoying our edible keto chocolate chip cookie dough.
If we’re out and need to find some at a local store, we go to Whole Foods. The store brand of sugar-free chocolate chips is sweetened with Erythritol. They are a darker and harder chocolate chip when comparing them to Lakanto and they don’t melt in your mouth quite as well. But, they are less expensive and the best option next to Lakanto. If you know of another brand sweetened with a healthy sugar substitute, please let me know in the comments and I’ll check it out and add the recommendation to this post so others know about them.
WARNING: Not For Peanut Allergies
Lupin flour is made from Lupin beans which are closely related to the peanut. Therefore, if you have a peanut allergy, Lupin flour is not a good idea. If you ever take these cookies to share, make sure and put a note on the container that the cookies aren’t safe for those with peanut allergies.
Why This Recipe Calls For Warm Water
The warm water mixed with the lupini flour in this recipe is the egg substitute. In Europe, lupini flour is often used as an egg replacement. When I learned this, I thought it could make a delicious edible keto chocolate chip cookie dough - and it did after a little trial and error to get the consistency just right.
If you’re uncomfortable with the warmth of the finished product, just set it in the fridge for ten minutes before enjoying it. The mixture will chill quickly and be the perfect temperature for cookie dough by the spoonful. All while sticking to your keto diet.
Ingredients for Chocolate Chip Keto Cookie Dough
Here's a list of the ingredients you'll need to make this recipe.
- lupin flour (use code TARAKETO20 for 20% off on Amazon)
- baking soda
- Lakanto golden monk fruit
- vanilla extract
- avocado oil (or melted butter)
- sugar free chocolate chips (Lakanto or Whole Foods Brand)
Tutorial Video: Chocolate Chip Keto Cookie Dough
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- Heat water in a glass measuring glass and stir in sugar substitute until dissolved.
- Add the liquid mixture to the lupin flour mixture and stir together.
- Mix in chocolate chips.
- Eat immediately or chill for 10 minutes to firm up your keto cookie dough!