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In the test photo on the blog, I used a couple of different ingredients to attempt to show you how using alternatives might affect the quality of the cookie.
You can also substitute with Gelatine (use the same amount as xanthan gum dissolved in hot water)
Where Can I Purchase Sugar-Free Chocolate Chips?
Lillys do a great quality sugar-free chocolate chip which works fantastically in this recipe. However, if you don’t have access to those specific choc chips, you can always just use chopped up 90% Lindt chocolate.
As shown in the statement above, I wouldn’t use coconut flour for these cookies as they do not flatten out. Just in case you’re allergic to nuts and still, want keto chocolate chip cookies 😉
My Cookies Aren’t Flat Like Yours? What did I do wrong?
If you are not using 100% pure erythritol, your cookies will not flatten. I use So Nourished erythritol in this recipe, and it works every time.
If you notice that your cookie dough is quite dry, I would suggest pressing them down on your baking tray to avoid this confusion.
Last Resort: If you watch the cookies cooking in the oven, and they don’t flatten after 5 minutes, you can remove them and press them down during the cooking process no worries.