Cookie Monster Chocolate Chip Cookies

In a quaint, colorful kitchen nestled in the heart of a bustling neighborhood, where the laughter of children playing echoed through the streets, lived an enthusiastic home baker named Rosie. Rosie, with her boundless energy and a heart as big as her oven, had earned the affectionate nickname “Cookie Monster” from the neighborhood kids for her legendary cookie baking marathons. Each batch of cookies was a testament to Rosie’s love for baking and her mission to spread joy through her sweet creations.

With a special bake sale approaching, organized to raise funds for the local community center, Rosie knew it was her time to shine. She decided to bake her signature Chocolate Chip Cookies, a recipe she had perfected over the years, now adapted to cater to her recent switch to a healthier, ketogenic lifestyle. These weren’t just any chocolate chip cookies; they were Cookie Monster Chocolate Chip Cookies, destined to become a legend in their own right.

Rosie’s cookies were a masterpiece of keto baking, combining superfine almond flour and coconut flour to create a dough that was both tender and satisfyingly chewy. She carefully balanced the sweetness with a mix of Swerve and Lakanto sweeteners, ensuring each cookie was delightfully sweet without the sugar crash. Grass-fed butter gave the cookies a rich, melt-in-your-mouth texture, while vanilla extract added a warm, aromatic depth. The addition of two large eggs helped bind the dough, promising cookies that were just the right amount of crumbly.

But the true stars of Rosie’s cookies were the Lilly’s chocolate chips, generously strewn throughout the dough, their sugar-free composition perfect for a guilt-free indulgence. As Rosie folded the chocolate chips into the mixture, she could almost hear the delighted giggles that would follow each bite.

The day of the bake sale dawned bright and cheerful, much like Rosie herself. Her Cookie Monster Chocolate Chip Cookies were the highlight of the event, drawing people from all corners of the neighborhood. Each cookie sold was a step closer to their community goal, but more than that, it was a moment of shared happiness and indulgence.

Rosie’s cookies sold out in record time, leaving behind a trail of smiling faces and requests for the recipe. The Cookie Monster Chocolate Chip Cookies were more than a delicious treat; they were a symbol of Rosie’s dedication to her community and her passion for bringing people together, one cookie at a time. In the heart of the neighborhood, Rosie had proven that kindness, like her cookies, was an essential ingredient in the recipe of life.

Cookie Monster Chocolate Chip Cookies

  • 2 cups almond flour (super fine )
  • 1/4 cup coconut flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon pink Himalayan (salt)
  • 1 cup grass fed butter (2 sticks )
  • 3/4 cup swerve ( or xylitol sweetener)
  • 3/4 cup lakanto (sweetener)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla (extract)
  • 2 eggs (large)
  • 2 cups Chocolate chips (Lilly’s )

Step One: Preheat Oven to 375 degrees

    Step Two: Mix Ingredients

    1. Cream together butter, swerve, and Lakanto golden.
    2. add eggs and vanilla extract, salt, baking soda
    3. add coconut flour
    4. add almond flour 1/4 of a cup at a time and mix.
    5. form 18 cookies
    6. Please note, especially in the summer refrigerate the dough for a 2 hours or freeze it for 45 minutes.

    Step Three: Bake

    1. Place in oven on greased cookie sheet
    2. Bake for only 8-10 minutes.
    3. The cookies should be perfect.
    4. Cool on a wire rack

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