Keto Christmas Cookies

keto cookies

Christmas season has finally arrived! And what better way to get in the mood than making Christmas cookies. Even if you’re following a strict diet, we’ve transformed these tasty Christmas cookies into a keto friendly recipe.


The perfect treat for you to nibble on this Christmas without disrupting your strict protein-fat-carbs ratio and to help you stay on track! Carry on reading to discover this delicious easy keto recipe.




What is Keto?


If you’re new to the term keto, you might be wondering what Keto is. No, it’s not a new flavour or spice to add to your recipes, the term keto is what we often hear with diet. Understandably, that might not make it any clearer. So, to break it down even further, the keto diet is a process that puts your body in a state of ketosis. Ketosis is a process that occurs when the body burns fats instead of carbs as its main fuel source.


When following keto, the main focus is introducing good fats, protein and some good carbs to your everyday diet. As a rule of thumb, the average person should consume:


  • 70-80% fats
  • 20-25% protein
  • 5-10% carbohydrates


How to Make Keto Christmas Cookies?


In case you’re following keto, we’ve adapted the recipe to avoid too many refined carbs and sugar, all the stuff you should avoid on a keto diet. We’ve also added our Keto Organic MCT Powder to deliver you some added sweetness without the need for additional sugars and sweeteners, which could disrupt your keto diet.



This easy keto recipe can be adapted to include your preferences and switch up the flavour each time! Carry on reading to check out all the ingredients you need to make this keto snack.


Keto Christmas Cookies






  1. In a bowl, throw in all the dry ingredients and whisk them all together.

  2. Using a food processor, mix together all your wet ingredients and slowly start to apply the dry ingredients into the processor. Continue to mix until all ingredients are combined evenly.

  3. Place the mixture into the fridge, and leave it in the fridge for 45 minutes.

  4. While your mixture is in the fridge, pre heat the oven to 180°C and line a baking tray with baking paper.

  5. Remove the mixture from the fridge and make 1-inch balls, then roll in some icing sugar.

  6. Once you’ve got your desired shape, place on the baking trap. Continue until you have no mixture left.

  7. Gently press down on each cookie to flatten them down, then add them to the oven to bake for 14 minutes.

  8. Once cooked, allow to slightly cool, then finish with another dust of icing sugar!

  9. You could also accompany these keto cookies with some sugar free ice cream to make the perfect keto dessert!




If you’re looking for more keto recipes, that won’t stump your keto diet, check out this tasty keto pancake recipe:


Keto Pancake Recipe


Keto Pancake Recipe

Learn how to make keto pancakes.

2021-06-17 11:20:48By Garden of Life

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