How to Make Low-Carb Shortbread People Crow About!

I was scrolling through my Facebook feed this morning and stumbled across a recipe for some chocolate orange shortbread sticks to die for! Of course I shared that with all our Low Carb Challenge members but then I just knew I needed to get started ASAP on a shortbread recipe roundup!  What follows is a tasty roundup of delicious coffee dunkers you are going to love!

How to Make Low-Carb Shortbread People Crow About!

Here’s the “culprit” that started it all:

How to Make Low-Carb Shortbread People Crow About!

sensato_sf_choco_chipsAs you can quickly see most recipes start off with the fundamentals of almond and coconut flours. It’s where they go from there that makes the difference. So have fun and experiment! Just about any of them would be good dipped in chocolate like the orange shortbread sticks that inspired this whole roundup! I like having sugar-free mini chocolate chips in the house to use in baking. The grandkids use them on their ice cream too! Shhh! Don’t tell them they are eating low carb and sugar free! What they don’t know won’t hurt them! 

If you come up with a great certified low-carb delicious feel free to submit it using our “Submit Your Recipe” link located in our righthand sidebar! In the meantime enjoy any or all of these and feel free to share them with all your friends with the social media links below.

Ciao! ~Marge Burkell










p.s. if you would rather buy than bake you might like to look into these low-carb shortbread cookies!


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