Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes – Low Carb NOT Low Taste!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes, Low CARB, NOT low taste!

Cookies! I gotta have COOKIES! LOL, everyone knows the wonderful blue Cookie Monster character from Sesame Street… and who doesn’t absolutely LOVE chocolate chip cookies and any other dessert that smacks of them??? I certainly do so when Carolyn of All Day I Dream About Food posted that she was making homemade, low-carb chocolate chips I just knew I had to go on the hunt for the BEST chocolate chip recipes I could find by some of the BEST cooks on the Internet! We’ll start out with traditional chocolate chip cookies like mom used to make and go from there….

Sugar Free Chocolate Chips

Photo courtesy of All Day I Dream About Food

Let’s start with Carolyn’s recipe for the actual CHIPS! Yes, homemade, low carb chocolate chips to include in all these wonderful treats!

Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

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What will Carolyn use these tasty treats IN? Why her OWN Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe of course! The addition of unsweetened coconut flakes to the batter adds a chewy addition that is sweet without being cloying.

Chocolate Chip Cookie for One

Photo Courtesy of Grass Fed Mama

Next up we have Angela of Grass Fed Mama that makes one HUGE cookie rather than a whole lot of small ones! Angela is always cognizant of keeping it natural and simple so you can rest assured her take on the chocolate cookie not only was a hit with her 3-yr old but will be with you and your family too! Oh and did I mention? You can microwave it in about 2 minutes! WOW! Who doesn’t like that?

Low-Carb Sugar-Free Chocolate Chip Recipe

Photo courtesy of Sugar Free Like Me

You now that when Jessie, who lost 160# eating low carb and now shares her story on Sugar Free Like Me, publishes a low carb chocolate chip cookie recipe  it is going to be YUMMY and very low carb to boot!  This beautiful stack of cookies certainly fulfills both those criteria! Can you say D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S?  

Low-Carb Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Photo courtesy of Food Stories

Next we have a low-carb spin on the traditional tollhouse cookie recipe as Food Stories give us just that! Simple and straight forward and everything we want in a chocolate chip cookie of our childhood.

Look how EASY chocolate chip cookies can be! Lisa Magary is a nurse practitioner with a passion for health and cooking and it comes through in her YouTube video:

Low Carb Chocolate Cookie Dough Balls

Photo Courtesy of Key Ingredient

Moving on from traditional chocolate chip cookie recipes we have a wonderful treat with the Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls recipe shared by Melissa S. on Key Ingredient! Part cookie, part candy and pure deliciousness! You’ll be an INSTANT HIT with your kids!

Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Taking it one step further and bringing us full circle back to Carolyn at All Day I Dream About Food we have  a chocolate chip in a skillet. While Carolyn calls it a cookie you can scoop it out like a cobbler, pair it with some low carb ice cream and sugar-free whipped cream and you have a great ooey gooey dessert you’ll LOVE! NOW you SEE why Carolyn wanted to make homemade sugar-free chocolate chips! She sure did… and much MORE!

Which is YOUR favorite way to use chocolate chips? What type of chocolate chip is your family’s must have cookie when it comes to dunking them into their big glass of ice-cold milk? Share your thoughts with your comment below!

In the meantime, CIAO for now!

Ciao! Marge

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