Not only are these keto paleo cookie dough balls delicious, but they are also really easy to make. You can whip up a batch in probably 5-10 minutes. You can also make them low carb and keto with a few swaps!
The other day I was making some chocolate chip cookies and, like most people, I snuck a couple bites of the cookie dough. Why is it that the cookie dough is always better than the cookie?
Even though there are quite a few ingredients in cookies, there doesn’t have to be in a simple cookie dough that you’re not intending to bake. So, I made this recipe up so the paleos and vegans can enjoy a tasty cookie dough without any grains, dairy or eggs!
Paleo Cookie Dough Balls (Keto & Vegan)
Not only are these keto paleo cookie dough balls delicious, but they are also really easy to make. You can whip up a batch in probably 5-10 minutes.
To make the coconut butter more pliable you can microwave it for 30 seconds to 1 minute or place the sealed jar in a pot of warm water. Don't make it too runny or it will be hard to form the balls. If you coconut butter is too runny, let it harden in the fridge for a while.
Combine coconut butter, almond butter and sweetener in a bowl and mash together with a fork until all the ingredients are combined and you have a dough-like consistency. If you almond butter is very oily or runny you may need to add more hardened coconut butter.
Add the chocolate chips and mix well.
Form small spoonfuls of the dough into balls. Refrigerate for about 30 minutes to harden. Enjoy them as they are, or add them to this dairy-free ice cream to make cookie dough ice cream…my favorite!
There are only 1.6 net carbs per ball when you use swerve and lily's stevia chocolate chips. When you calculate net carbs you subtract both the fiber and the sugar alcohols from the total carbs. These nutrition facts don't show sugar alcohols.
Nutrition facts shown are for recipes made with swerve and lily's stevia chocolate chips. It will be different if you use other sweeteners and chocolate chips.