Keto Cookies with Coconut Flour
If you are a fan of cookies, you are probably a bit obsessed with all things coconut! In particular, cookies with coconut flour are incredibly hard to resist. Coconut flour is just coconut meat water and is a delightful alternative to regular flour and other grain-based flour.
Healthy Wealthy Food
This ingredient is particularly well suited for desserts whether you're making a luscious coconut cream pie for your family or a moist-wet cakes, biscuits or brownies for the whole family, coconut flour is the way to go! For many years, the coconut tree has been grown in large plantations around the world, but it is only in the last century that coconut milk products have become widely available. Coconut water is even harder to resist, and it's even been rumored that drinking a glass of coconut water after meals can help digestion and also clear the system of toxins.
Get Your Cookies With Coconut Flour
Cookies with coconut flour are super-nutritious and a wonderful way to bring wholesome, natural ingredients to your baking palette. Because of its ability to be soaked up by enzymes, coconut milk is an excellent alternative to soy and refined vegetable oils which are often used in so many other cooking styles.
Coconut oil, on the other hand, is a superfood that contains healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins A and E as well as healthy proteins like amino acids, which help heal muscles and keep them flexible. Coconut flour is also paleo-friendly and contains none of those unhealthy carbs found in so many other flour mixes. So, what makes cookies with coconut flour so special?
Cookies and Cupcakes
Coconut flour has a texture slightly different than regular flour, but it has the same ability to rise and develop into cookies or other baked goods. It also contains trace amounts of fiber, which means it retains much of the nutrients from the foods that it is baked with, including B vitamins, in order to provide you with maximum health benefits. For this reason, some people even believe that coconut cream pies and other baked goods that use coconut milk are healthier than other recipes with all-natural ingredients.
Another great thing about cookies and cupcakes with chia seed and coconut oil is that they will significantly cut down on your daily total carbohydrate intake. Since carbohydrates are broken down into sugars, more food calories are consumed resulting in weight gain. However, since these baked goods contain very little carbohydrate content,
the overall effect on your weight will be less than if you were eating a number of carbohydrates equal to or more than the calories in the cookie. This is because the body does not need all the extra energy to make delicious cookies.
Cookbooks and Vegan Recipe Websites
Chia Seed Cookies With Coconut Flour Beat just about every other recipe for vegan cookies out there hands down. I've tried dozens of recipes from all different cookbooks and vegan recipe websites and I still come away surprised at how delicious vegan cookies can be made with little effort and no refined sugar.
It may seem like a new concept to many readers, but the fact is that the lack of sugar and other refined sugars in this type of flour makes for an incredibly rich flavor. The use of chia seeds also adds protein to the mix as well as calcium, fiber, and vitamin E. There is simply no comparison to the taste of freshly baked, crunchy, cookie-like cookies. For these reasons, chia seed cookies are a huge hit among vegan and gluten-free dieters.
No matter what time of day it is, a great cup of hot tea can make my day, which is why I'm so excited to share today's recipe for my friend Linda who lives in Tennessee. Linda's friend borrowed my recipe for her mug cake and was amazed at how moist and delicious her new recipe was.
She had been looking forward to trying the recipe for a long time, and when I told her how good Linda's version was, she said she was going to get the recipe to replace her old favorite.
Without Diabetes Dish
Diabetes does not have to mean you have to avoid sweet desserts. You don't have to worry about watching your diet or thinking about the ingredients. In fact, one of the best things about desserts for diabetics is that they can actually be very tasty and nutritious. There are many recipes out there that are made for people with diabetes and taste great. These desserts can actually improve the health of diabetics by keeping them feeling full and satisfied for hours. They are satisfying because of the nutrients they contain and the way they are decorated.
If you look around, you'll find that there are many desserts that taste great, are satisfying, and are low in carbs. But, desserts with coconut flour are one of the few that combine the best of all worlds. These cookies are not only low in carbohydrates, but they are also very rich in nutrients and taste incredible. In fact, if you put together two of my favorite desserts, the chocolate avocado cake and the cinnamon flavored keto cookies, you'll have a perfectly healthy and flavorful dessert. The next time you want to have an incredible dessert, try a recipe using coconut flour.
How to make coconut flour cookies
- Start by measuring out your ingredients.
- Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit, and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. (If using a silicon baking mat, you can skip the parchment.)
- In a mixing bowl, stir everything together to form a cookie dough, then roll the dough into balls. Place on the prepared baking sheet.
- The cookies don’t flatten on their own, so I like to press them down into cookie shapes before baking. If you prefer cookie balls, this step isn’t required.
- Cook on the oven center rack for 22 minutes.
- They will still look soft and undercooked when you remove them from the oven, so let the coconut cookies cool completely, during which time they will firm up considerably.