Keto Mint Chocolate Cookies

Keto Mint Chocolate Cookies

Keto Mint Chocolate Cookies. Grain Free, Sugar Free and Dairy Free!

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Keto Mint Chocolate Cookies
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 21 Cookies
Calories 67 kcal
Author Becky Craigo


Cookie Dough

Chocolate topping


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and place a silpat or parchment paper on a cookie sheet. Next, measure into a medium sized bowl the butter or coconut oil, sweetener, stevia and mint extract. "Cream" the ingredients together with a hand mixer until combined. Add the eggs to the bowl and combine using the hand mixer. 

  2. Add the coconut flour, gelatin, cocoa powder and baking powder to the bowl and stir with a wooden spoon until combined. 

  3. Roll the cookie dough in between the palms of your hands into 21 balls about 2 inches in diameter. Place the cookie balls on the silpat and press lightly with the back of a measuring cup and squish them just slightly. Bake the cookies in the oven at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes then transfer the cookies on to a cooling rack. Place the cookies inside of the freezer for about 20-30 minutes until frozen

  4. Meanwhile, place the coconut oil and bakers chocolate in a glass measuring cup and melt using the microwave. I highly suggest using 15 second intervals so that the chocolate does not burn. Stir the stevia and mint extract into the melted chocolate mixture and set aside.

  5. Take the frozen Keto Mint Chocolate Cookies out of the freezer and place the cookies back on the cooling rack. Drizzle the melted chocolate on top of the frozen cookies. Store the keto cookies in an air tight container in the refrigerator as soon as the chocolate has dried. Share with your family and friends this holiday!

Recipe Notes

This recipe makes 21 cookies

Nutrition Facts
Keto Mint Chocolate Cookies
Amount Per Serving (1 Cookie)
Calories 67 Calories from Fat 59
% Daily Value*
Fat 6.5g10%
Carbohydrates 0.6g0%
Protein 1.7g3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.