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37 Low Carb Coconut Flour Cookies

Low carb and packed with fiber, these coconut flour cookies are almost healthy!

That said, they’re just as decadent and sweet as any cookie out there.

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Made from dried coconut meat, coconut flour is a terrific low-carb alternative popular with the keto crowd.

It has a bit of natural sweetness and a slightly nutty taste, making it ideal for cookies!

And from classic chocolate chip to festive gingerbread and buttery shortbread, I’ve got plenty to choose from.

Ready to get baking? Try these coconut flour cookies today, and let me know which you like best!

37 Best Coconut Flour Cookie Recipes for Low Carb Diets

1. Coconut Flour Peanut Butter Cookies

Let me begin with one clarification: coconut flour is often used in keto recipes, but these are not all keto-approved.

Yes, they all use coconut flour, making them lower in carbs than regular cookies.

But you’ll need to double the check the other ingredients (chocolate chips, nuts, etc.) if you need them 100% keto.

Got it? Awesome!

Onto the recipe – these peanut butter cookies are thick, chewy, sweet, nutty, and effortless to whip up.

They need just five ingredients and a few minutes of prep before they hit the oven.

And if you swap out the egg for a mashed banana, they’ll be even sweeter and even more nutritious.

2. Coconut Flour Cookies with Peanut Butter and Chocolate

Nothing beats the deliciousness of classic chocolate chip cookies.

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But if you want to elevate the flavors to new heights, why not use coconut flour and peanut butter?

These cookies are nutty, tender, chewy, and chocolatey, so every bite is like a little bit of heaven.

They’re so good, you’ll want to eat them every day.

3. Vegan Shortbread Cookies

Vegan coconut flour shortbread cookies are the perfect treat for any occasion.

They’re light, airy, and melt-in-your-mouth delicious. The dough is infused with vanilla and maple syrup for a delicate sweetness you’ll love.

Better yet, they’re made with wholesome ingredients, so you can eat them without guilt!

4. Healthy Ginger Snap

Ginger snaps are an old favorite that’s never gone out of style. They’re crunchy, spicy, and sweet – the perfect combination of flavors!

This version features a combination of spicy ginger, sweet molasses, and a hint of cinnamon, all wrapped up in a crunchy, chewy cookie.

But what makes this treat extra special is the addition of coconut flour. It brings an extra dose of protein and fiber to fuel you through the day.

5. Coconut Flour Gingerbread Cookies

Looking for a dessert that’ll get you in a holiday mood? It doesn’t get more festive than gingerbread!

The blend of coconut flour and arrowroot starch creates a firm texture with a slight crunch.

Infused with ginger, molasses, and spices, it’s sweet, heartwarming, and sure to please.

These cookies are perfect for holiday parties! So bust out the icing and let the kids go wild!

6. Keto Sugar Cookies

The next time you’re craving a sweet treat, preheat the oven and make these keto sugar cookies!

As discussed, coconut flour is a fabulous low-carb cookie base for keto dieters. And these bad boys bake up into a moist, light, and fluffy delight.

And if you can find a keto-approved powdered sugar alternative, they’re excellent with a touch of glaze.

7. Chocolate Almond Butter Gluten-Free Thumbprint Cookies

Every time I make these cookies, they’re gone in minutes. My friends and family love them so much that I always make a double batch.

I guess it’s not surprising because they’re delicious!

The soft, chewy center and the crispy edges are pure perfection. And they look incredible, to boot!

They’re rich and decadent and infused with cocoa powder, cinnamon, and almond butter.

Top them with sea salt for an extra special kick to balance the flavors!

8. Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies

These cookies will satisfy your sweet tooth while keeping your diet on track.

The dough is made with coconut flour, your choice of sweetener, eggs, baking soda, and butter.

It’s then studded with chocolate chips and baked until they’re soft, chewy, and impossible to resist.

You’ll love how the chocolate oozes out with each bite of this cookie.

9. Coconut Flour Oatmeal Cookies

Give these coconut flour and oatmeal cookies a whirl if you need something delicious, portable, and healthy to power through the day.

Coconut flour is a good source of fiber and protein. And guess what? So are oats, giving you a double dose of goodness in each bite.

The best part? You can make a batch of these cookies in under 30 minutes!

10. Pistachio Rose Shortbread Cookies

These pistachio rose shortbread cookies are like a little bit of heaven in your mouth.

From the light nutty flavor to the green hue, pistachios are some of my favorite nuts to bake with.

Add delicately sweet and pretty rose to the mix, and these are totally Insta-worthy.

I adore the smooth, buttery cookie too. It crumbles in your mouth like a dream.

11. Coconut Flour Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

I know they get a bad rap, but there are plenty of oatmeal raisin cookie fans out there – including me!

And this one’s for us!

With just five ingredients, they’re super simple to make. And they come together in a flash, so you’ll have a delicious batch of cookies in no time.

They’re soft on the inside, crisp on the edges, and studded with raisins for a sweet, tart flavor. Yum!

12. Peanut Butter Cacao Nib Coconut Flour Cookies 

Have you tried cacao nibs yet? They’re seriously addictive!

From the irresistible nibs and coconut flour to the dreamy peanut butter, these cookies are nutty, tender, and intensely chocolatey.

But since cacao nibs are natural, they’re not cloyingly sweet.

Oh, and did I mention they’re gluten, dairy, and refined sugar-free? So yeah, go ahead and indulge in these delicious treats without any guilt.

13. Spiced Sweet Potato Cookies (AIP/Paleo)

For those that love sugar, spice, and everything nice, you can’t beat these sweet potato cookies!

Somehow, a simple blend of cooked sweet potatoes, coconut flour, arrowroot starch, applesauce, and maple syrup makes magic. 

Throw in some cinnamon, mace, and ginger powder for a rich, warm flavor that’s hard to beat.

These cookies are soft and chewy with yummy browned edges. They’re just what you need for fall.

14. Naturally Sweetened Coconut Flour Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies

The first time I made these banana cookies, I couldn’t believe how delicious they came out.

It’s crazy to me that something so simple could taste so good!

But that mix of coconut flour and mashed bananas makes for one helluva soft and chewy cookie base.

And to be honest, you don’t even need the chocolate chips! They’re scrummy enough on their own.

That said, who doesn’t love chocolate chips?

15. Chewy Chocolate Orange Cookies

If you’re a fan of Terry’s Chocolate Oranges, you have to try this cookie recipe!

Flavored with rich dark chocolate and fresh orange zest, they’re sweet, decadent, and seriously citrusy.

Trust me, you’ll need a double batch of these cookies because they’ll disappear fast!

16. Simple Cinnamon Coconut Flour Cookies

It’s hard to find a cookie that’s healthy and delicious. But these simple cinnamon and coconut flour cookies are just that.

Sweetened with maple syrup, they’re kind of like a cross between a Mexican wedding cookie and a snickerdoodle.

Soft, tender, and deliciously spiced, they’ll have your house smelling amazing too.

17. Zucchini Cookies

Searching for a way to sneak some greens into your kid’s diet? Why not throw some zucchini in your next batch of cookies?

You’ll combine coconut and almond flour, so they’re low-carb and gluten-free.

But don’t worry, they’re still brimming with flavor.

The grated zucchini blends perfectly with the sweet, buttery flavors. Plus, it has chunks of sugar-free chocolate for a guilt-free indulgence.

18. Coconut Sugar and Coconut Flour Anzac Biscuits

Any Aussies in the crowd? You’ll want to try these Anzac biscuits even if you don’t come from the land down under!

This classic treat from Australia and New Zealand is loved for its crisp, chewy goodness.

And this version calls for a combo of coconut flour, coconut sugar, and rolled oats to mimic the OG.

Once you try this recipe, it’ll become a go-to recipe in your house.

19. Keto Italian Ricotta Cookies

Ricotta cheese in cookies? If it works in cakes, why not cookies?

The ricotta brings a delicate, slightly nutty flavor that enhances the buttery base beautifully.

Just like adding sour cream or cream cheese, it ensures the cookies are soft, moist, and melt-in-your-mouth-amazing!

Top them with a sugary glaze for the ultimate dessert to curb your cravings.

20. Chocolate Coconut Flour Cookies

Are you ready to eat the best cookie of your life? Because these chocolate coconut flour cookies are guaranteed to blow your mind.

They’re soft, chewy, and perfect for those with dietary restrictions, like gluten-free and paleo diets.

The rich, chocolatey flavor is genuinely addictive. So much so, one won’t be enough!

21. Double Chocolate Chip Coconut Flour Cookies

If you think coconut flour cookies are boring and dry, try this recipe and get back to me.

I mean, does it get any better than double chocolate chip cookies? They’re crisp, chewy, and full of chocolatey goodness.

They’re sure to please any chocolate lover, and I bet they won’t even notice the coconut flour.

22. Healthy Honey No-Bake Thumbprint Cookies

The last thing you want in the summer is to turn on the oven and heat up the whole house. So instead, try these simple no-bake thumbprint cookies.

You’ll combine coconut flour with oats, cashews, and dates. When blended, you’ll roll it into balls of fudgy, chewy deliciousness.

Plus, they have a little surprise in the center – honey!

23. Keto Thumbprint Cookies

Don’t you just hate those “diet-friendly” cookies that’re low in calories, carbs, and flavor?

Forget the sad store-bought cookies and make these keto thumbprint cookies instead!

From the coconut flour and cream cheese to the heavy whipping cream, they’re moist and wonderfully crumbly.

Plus, they’re filled with strawberry jam for a sweet, tart contrast to the buttery cookie.

I’ve been hooked on these ever since that first bite. And once you try them, I bet you will be too!

24. Paleo Raspberry Coconut Thumbprint Cookies

I’m not sure what I love most about these coconut flour cookies: the sweet, tart taste of raspberry or the chewy coconutty goodness.

All I know is that these cookies are a total delight!

The cookie base is soft and chewy with subtle sweetness from maple syrup. It’s then filled with a spoonful of raspberry jam for a fruity surprise.

The best part? It only takes 30 minutes to make!

25. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Coconut Flour Cookies (Paleo, DF, Gluten-Free)

Bring the flavors of fall home with these pumpkin and chocolate chip cookies!

The cookie dough packs in plenty of pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, and cinnamon for a warm, cozy treat.

Meanwhile, there’s just enough dark chocolate chips to keep things rich and decadent.

I can’t think of a better way to celebrate autumn than with these cookies.

26. Keto Pumpkin Cookies

Here’s another fantastic way to showcase the warm flavors of pumpkin for fall.

Made with coconut flour, pumpkin puree, and spices, these cookies are to die for!

They’re soft, cakey, and crumble with every bite.

The buttery cream cheese frosting elevates the sweetness while ensuring they’re moist and dreamy.

27. Easy No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Cookies (Gluten-Free, Vegan)

Do you need a little pick-me-up but don’t have time to bake? These chocolate and peanut butter protein cookies are just the ticket!

Packed with decadently rich chocolate and creamy peanut butter, there’s also coconut flour and protein powder for an energy boost.

The result is a thick, chewy cookie that’ll keep you going even on the slowest weekday.

28. No Egg Cookies

If you’re on the hunt for a delicious, wholesome treat that doesn’t involve eggs, look no further.

These no-egg coconut flour cookies are the perfect way to satisfy your cravings. They’re sure to impress with their light, delicate texture and buttery taste.

Serve them with your mid-morning tea or coffee, and enjoy!

29. Gluten-Free Coconut Flour Sugar Cookies

I think sugar cookies are the best for light snacking. They’re sweet, soft, and go with just about any topping.

And this recipe makes a gluten-free version that’s impossible to resist, thanks to the coconut flour!

They have the classic deliciousness of sugar cookies but only contain wholesome ingredients.

Topped with vanilla icing for a drool-worthy presentation, they’re ideal for parties.

30. Walnut Snowball Cookies

Here’s another cookie that’s a lot like Mexican wedding cookies; only this version contains walnuts!

These cookies are nutty and subtly sweet, thanks to the ground walnuts, coconut flour, and eggs.

Rolled into tiny dough balls and dusted with Swerve confectioners, they’re perfectly sweet and buttery.

31. Coconut Chocolate Chip Tahini Cookies

It’s hard to resist the smell of fresh-baked cookies. And that’s especially true of these coconut chocolate chip tahini cookies!

You’ll love the nutty flavor from the coconut flour and the unique savory notes from the tahini.

Add some chocolate chips, and you’ll be in cookie heaven.

32. Salted Tahini Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies

Sweet, chocolatey, and fabulously salty – you can never have too many tahini cookie recipes!

These are a little crunchy, a bit chewy, and a whole lot delicious. You’ll fall in love with these cookies at first bite.

33. Vegan Coconut Flour Pumpkin Cookies

It’s fall, and that means it’s time for pumpkin-flavored everything.

The only problem? Most pumpkin treats use dairy, eggs, and butter.

But not these vegan coconut flour pumpkin cookies!

They’re light, fluffy, and perfectly spiced. Every mouthful feels like a hug for the taste buds.

Top them with green pumpkin seeds for a crunchy contrast to the cakey cookies. Delish!

34. Keto Snickerdoodle Cookies

Snickerdoodle cookies are sweet, spiced, and scrummy. But if you’re doing keto, they’re also a big no-no!

That’s why I love this keto-friendly recipe!

Soft on the inside with crisp edges and plenty of cinnamony goodness, they’re insanely good.

35. Keto Lemon Cookies

When life gives you lemons, make keto lemon cookies!

Featuring a coconut flour base infused with lemon extract, these cookies bring a wallop of vibrant flavors.

And the sugary, citrusy lemon glaze rounds out all the flavors flawlessly.

36. Keto Strawberry Cookies (Paleo, Vegan)

Showcase the best flavors of summer with these keto strawberry cookies!

The soft, chewy cookie base contains coconut flour and almond flour.

Dotted with chunks of strawberry and melty chocolate chips, they’re fruity, buttery, and decadent.

These cookies are also gluten-free, vegan, and paleo. So you can go ahead and have two!

37. Coconut Flour Cookies

Satisfy your hunger with these soft, chewy, and incredibly low-carb cookies.

If you’re a fan of muffin tops, this is the only recipe you need. Every mouthful bursts with zingy blueberry flavor.

Swap out the flax egg for mashed banana to make these even sweeter!

37 Low Carb Coconut Flour Cookies

Low carb and packed with fiber, these coconut flour cookies are almost healthy! That said, they’re just as decadent and sweet as any cookie out there.

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Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

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