Enjoy frosted sugar cookies!
Sugar cookies make an excellent go-to dessert during the holiday season. Not only is it a delicious treat, but it can be a fun activity for people to enjoy together. It’s always fun to decorate sugar cookies while hanging out with the people we love the most!
While you may have assumed that following a low carb diet means that you can never enjoy sugar cookies again, you’d be sadly mistaken. With a few minor adjustments, you can indulge in this classic cookie without any of the guilt.
You’ll notice in the ingredients that there isn’t actually any sugar in this keto version. Instead, the recipe calls for powdered erythritol which is just as sweet as regular sugar but has virtually no calories, carbs, or glycemic index score. With this one simple ingredient, you can still have the sweetness without those common disadvantages. Why isn’t everybody doing this?!
What else makes this recipe slightly different? There is no white flour. Instead, the recipe calls for almond flour which achieves that cookie-like texture we all know and love, but with fewer carbs. Are you beginning to see a pattern here? Being low carb doesn’t mean avoiding desserts, it just means learning to bake with purpose.
You could easily serve this up to a crowd of people and they will likely not notice a difference! This is an excellent recipe if you want something healthier to place on the dessert table.
During the holiday season, many people are tempted to eat whatever is served even if it doesn’t coincide with their dietary goals. However, you can change the game by committing to serving low carb options that can still cure your sweet tooth. Make your very own traditions by baking up this keto version of the frosted sugar cookie. You are sure to love it right down to the very last crumble!
If you enjoyed this recipe, you must try these Keto Sugar Cookies from Appetite for Energy! Made under 30 minutes, they make for the perfect low-carb snack for you to enjoy with your friends and family during the holiday season.
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