Snowball cookies are so delicious!
Never believe anybody who says that low carb desserts aren’t amazing. They never disappoint, and they are always bursting with sweetness each and every time. Because we are committed to making sure people understand just how diverse the keto diet is, we definitely want to spend some time talking about the dessert options! Snowball cookies just happen to be one of our favorites!
If you’re in the mood for cookies, then you have to check out this low carb option! It’s everything you love about a cookie without all of those extra carbs or added sugar. If you want to satisfy your sweet tooth without sacrificing your keto diet, then this is the recipe you’ve been waiting on.
Coconut flour serves as the base for this cookie. No need to use white flour when coconut flour adds a little flavor and desired texture. Liquid stevia and powdered erythritol act as the sweeteners that your body can process more easily. This recipe is proof that you don’t have to have those unhealthy ingredients to create a delicious dessert!
You’ll love the blend of sweetness with peek-a-boo walnuts mixed right in. It’s the perfect blend of soft cookie with a little crunch packed right in. Simply combine all the ingredients then pinch off about 16 cookie-size balls. Place in the oven for only 30 minutes and then allow to cool before enjoying. You will absolutely LOVE this!
Snowball cookies are a great low carb recipe to have on hand. It’s simple to throw together but can certainly make a statement. You can whip up this dessert just because or take it to a potluck to show off to the crowd. Either way, this is the perfect dessert for any occasion. What are you waiting for? You HAVE to try this one ASAP!
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