Flourless Sugar-Free Chocolate Almond Fudge Cookies are grain free, gluten free and low carb!
Nothing better than a fudgey cookie, at least in my opinion. I've been a chocolate lover for as long as I can remember. Always been into creamy, dreamy, thick and fudgey cookies.
But what I'm not really into is fussy baking.
I want easy and I want fast and I want fool proof. Is that too much to ask when it comes to cooking making?
I don't think making sugar free, grain free cookies should be difficult. When it comes to baking without flour and sugar, well sure it can be a challenge.
In fact I've had to make these cookies 3+ times to get them "just" right. Or at least just right to my liking.
I don't like dry cookies. Does anyone?
I think the only cookie that should be "dry" is a biscotti and even then, not so dry you need something to drink after each bite. 🙂
These chocolate fudge cookies make life a little easier.
No messing with flours.
No messing with too many ingredients. Simple enough for a kid to make really.
You could even skip the chocolate and almond topping to make life even easier.
BUT if you are making these for a special occasion perhaps giving them as a gift on a cookie tray for neighbors for Christmas, then by all means make them fancy and add those toppings!
I made a little video to show how easy it is to make these yummy cookies!
My teen made this video for me.
I paid him.
Worth every dollar.
Granted he did it in about 10 minutes where as I would have taken an hour to learn to do. So yes, I bribe with money and I'm not the least bit ashamed. 🙂
Add these cookies to your holiday baking and you'll surely impress your friends and family!
This post is sponsored by Sweetleaf Stevia. You'll find this fantastic recipe over on the Sweetleaf Website where I am a monthly contributor. Thank you for supporting the brands I enjoy working with.
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Unfortunately, it looks like the link below is either broken or removed from their site, as I get the 404 Page Not Found message when I click on it. Would you happen to have it published somewhere else? Looks delicious. Thank you.
In the recipe it says add the dry ingredients. What dry ingredients?
The cocoa powder mixture.
In my email I can see the pics, your comments in between, the video but NOT the recipe. Where do i find that?? Am I missing some link?? These look so yummy, i definitely wud like the recipe. Please help. Thanks
The link to the recipe is at the very bottom of the page. It's on the Sweetleaf website where I am a contributor. Here's the link:http://sweetleaf.com/low-sugar-chocolate-almond-fudge-cookies/
These look incredible! Thank you for the recipe. I just ordered some of the SweetLeaf Double Chocolate sweet drops to make them with; but in the mean time... I have some of the Liquid stevia chocolate (SweetLeaf brand) would this be an equal substitute? Or would I need to add something else to make the chocolate flavor stand out?
Thanks for the help and the recipes! I'm 25 weeks pregnant (gestational diabetes) and your recipes are a great help - I used a lot of them before pregnancy!
Thank you so much Becca! The chocolate stevia should work just as good but the double just gives a little more depth.