Check out this low carb gingerbread cookies recipe!
Is it really even the holidays without gingerbread cookies?! Yeah, we didn’t think so either! Gingerbread cookies have to be the most adorable dessert on the planet. But the good news is that they taste just as good as they look! Before you go out and buy a bag of them at the store, maybe you should consider whipping up your very own homemade batch!
So many of us have holiday traditions that involve food. Perhaps in your family, you enjoy baking a batch of yummy cookies to decorate together. Whether you love to decorate or just prefer to eat the end product, gingerbread cookies are a perfect choice.
You’ll absolutely adore the combination of clove, nutmeg, and cinnamon. It’s all the flavors that make up a traditional gingerbread cookie! However, the low carb secret is found in the flour and the sweetener. Rather than white flour, we use almond flour, and monk fruit sweetener is responsible for all of that sweetness you taste! As you may already know, monk fruit is much sweeter than regular sugar but happens to be much easier for the body to process.
For all of you low carb foodies out there, this is the low carb dessert you need to file away for the holiday season. It’s simple to make and only requires a few minutes to mix together and pop in the oven. It’s as simple as that. Not only will your home smell warm and inviting, but you’ll have a perfectly golden cookie, too! Talk about a double win!
Low carb gingerbread cookies are everything! They are such as staple for the holidays. Serve this up to your family and friends this year and see just how much they love you for it. It’s so good!
If you enjoyed these cookies and are looking for more gingerbread recipes, you should try these Keto Spice Cookies from Yellow Glass Dish. These cookies are a combo of speculaas cookies and gingerbread and are low carb and gluten-free!
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