Our No-Bake Vegan Keto Coconut Cookies take first prize for being the easiest cookie recipe in the world! I kid you not. These cookies have 3 ingredients and require no baking! Wow!😮
No-Bake Vegan Keto Coconut Cookies – A Cookie Monster’s Dream
Our no-bake vegan keto coconut cookies take 5 minutes to whip up. All you need to do is put them in the fridge to harden and Voila! Cookies!
I am a loud and proud cookie fiend. I cannot resist a biscuit. In fact, when I started eating vegan keto, cutting out wheat-based cookies was almost as daunting as leaving cheese behind.
In retrospect, I see that I had nothing to worry about. Now I get to indulge my cookie addiction without a care in the world. The cookie recipes that have been modified for our vegan keto lifestyle are way better than carb-laden cookies. Straight up, no doubt!
Only 3 ingredients! All you need is shredded coconut, monk fruit syrup, and melted coconut oil. Mix into a cookie dough consistency, roll into balls, flatten with a fork, put them in the fridge to cool. Your 3-year old can make these!
But as delicious as these vegan keto coconut cookies are… they do not touch sides on some of my other faves. You have to try our Vegan Keto Avo Brownies. You have not lived until you’ve scoffed a tray of these babies. Get the recipe here. And when you’ve sampled the brownies, you seriously need to try our Vegan Keto Peanut Butter Fudge Cups. Sublime!!! Get that recipe here.
But back to our no-bake coconut cookies. If you want to get a bit more creative, try adding chia seeds. Soak the seeds in water and let them stand until all the water has been absorbed. Then just add to the mix. you only have to add 1/4 cup of the already-soaked chia. It adds fiber, and as you know getting enough fiber in is crucial on this kind of diet.
How Easy Is This Recipe?
Like I said, your 3-year can make them.
Will They Break The Vegan Keto Bank?
Ridiculous question! Unless you plan on feeding the State of Texas!
Vegan Keto Coconut Cookies Hero Ingredient
As you know, artificial sweeteners are poison. And overpriced. Also, many sugar substitutes still contain ..well, sugar. So much hype surrounds replacing sugar but the reality is that even sugar replacements can wreak havoc on your blood sugar levels, and insulin sensitivity. Sugar can be called many things but if it’s breaking down into glucose there’s no difference.
Enter monk fruit. Monk fruit contains mogrosides. Mogrosides are antioxidants. All this means is that using monk fruit (or stevia) will not get you out of keto, will not mess with your gut bacteria, and won’t trigger an insulin response.
This recipe calls for monk fruit syrup but you can use Sweetleaf Stevia Syrup instead. I would suggest using the syrup over the drops because it will give the cookies more “hold”.
- Baking tray (line the tray with your silicone baking sheet instead of parchment paper)
- Mixing bowl
What mood drives you to the cookie jar? These vegan keto Coconut Cookies will fit in with all my moods. Actually, this is a good time to share something with you. When I ate carbs I used to be an emotional eater, often turning to cookies for solace. But these days I don’t get into those moods. I wonder if the change of diet rectified the issue?
Have any of you experienced the same freedom from going vegan keto? Leave a comment, I’d love to know if this is a thing, or if it’s just in my head.
Thanks for reading…..Our Vegan Keto Coconut Cookie Recipe.
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- 1 ½ cups shredded coconut
- ½ cup coconut oil, melted
- ¼ cup monk fruit syrup
- Combine all ingredients into a large mixing bowl.
- Line baking tray or a big plate with parchment paper.
- Form small balls with your hands and place them on a parchment paper on a distance 1-2 inches.
- Press down onto each cookie using a fork. Refrigerate until firm.