Keto Avocado Chocolate Cookies | Low-Carb, Rich, & Delicious!

Keto Avocado Chocolate Cookies

yield: 12 SERVINGS

prep time: 10 MINUTES

cook time: 10 MINUTES

total time: 20 MINUTES

Directions

1

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.

2

In a medium-size mixing bowl, add avocado cubes and keto sweetener. With an electric mixer, mix together avocado and keto sweetener until creamy.

3

Add in egg, unsweetened cocoa powder, coconut flour, baking soda, vanilla, and salt. Mix ingredients with a spoon until you have a thick cookie batter.

4

Stir in chocolate chips.

5

Scoop out about a tablespoon size serving of the cookie batter onto the lined baking sheet. Slightly flatten out cookies by pressing down with the back of a spoon.

6

Bake in the preheated oven for 10-12 minutes.

7

Allow cookies to cool for 10-20 minutes before serving. Enjoy!

Nutrition Information

Yield: 12, Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: 66 Calories | 4.7g Fat | 15.5g Total Carbs | 5.2g Fiber | 0.2g Sugar | 8.0g Sugar Alcohol | 2.0g Protein | 2.2g Net Carbs

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holding a keto avocado chocolate cookie

Calling all keto Cookie Monsters!

If you have avocados that are about to go bad, don’t toss them out! Instead, use them to make these delectable and super easy low-carb cookies.

These keto avocado chocolate cookies are everything!

I know it may sound crazy, but using avocado when making keto cookies (or brownies) makes them taste 10x’s better, and you’ll never be able to tell they are the secret ingredient!

keto avocado chocolate cookies

Inspired by a classic!

A while back Collin visited the amazing Miraval Resort in Austin, Texas, and instantly fell in love with their delicious chocolate avocado cookies. These cookies are a signature item from Miraval and the recipe is popular on the internet. In true Hip2Keto fashion, we’ve adapted their recipe and switched out some of the ingredients to make them oh so keto-friendly.

keto avocado chocolate cookie

Don’t judge a book by its cover!

Now, I know what you may be thinking, these keto avocado chocolate cookies may not be the prettiest cookies you’ve ever seem, but oh boy they sure make up for it with their rich, chocolatey taste. One bite and you’ll be in chocolate heaven. I dare you to try to eat just one!

avocado chocolate cookies

Hip tips for making the best keto avocado chocolate cookies:

    • Make sure your avocados are very ripe. In fact, it’s totally okay if they’re even a little brown on the inside.
    • I only used 1/2 cup of Lakanto golden monk fruit sweetener because I wanted the dark chocolate flavor to come through, however, you can totally use a little bit more if you want a sweeter cookie.
    • I threw in 1/2 cup of ChocZero dark chocolate chips to bring in some extra chocolatey sweetness. There’s really no such thing as too much chocolate, right? 😋 Use promo code HIP2KETO at checkout for 10% off!
    • After adding the unsweetened cocoa powder, be sure to stir the mixture with a spoon instead of a mixer! Take it from me, my kitchen was covered in cocoa powder when I used my mixer. Oops! 🤪
    • Be sure to let these delicious avocado chocolate cookies cool for about 20 minutes before eating so they have a little time to firm up.
    • Store in an air-tight container on the counter. Avoid putting them in the fridge as they may start to get a little mushy.

ingredients for keto avocado chocolate cookies

avocado halves

adding cocoa to smashed avocado

Stirring keto cookie dough

scooping out keto cookie dough

keto avocado chocolate cookies on baking sheet

baked keto avocado chocolate cookies


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Keto Avocado Chocolate Cookies

yield: 12 SERVINGS

prep time: 10 MINUTES

cook time: 10 MINUTES

total time: 20 MINUTES

Rich cookies made with simple ingredients like avocado, cocoa powder, and keto-friendly monk fruit sweetener.

Directions

1

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.

2

In a medium-size mixing bowl, add avocado cubes and keto sweetener. With an electric mixer, mix together avocado and keto sweetener until creamy.

3

Add in egg, unsweetened cocoa powder, coconut flour, baking soda, vanilla, and salt. Mix ingredients with a spoon until you have a thick cookie batter.

4

Stir in chocolate chips.

5

Scoop out about a tablespoon size serving of the cookie batter onto the lined baking sheet. Slightly flatten out cookies by pressing down with the back of a spoon.

6

Bake in the preheated oven for 10-12 minutes.

7

Allow cookies to cool for 10-20 minutes before serving. Enjoy!

Nutrition Information

Yield: 12, Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: 66 Calories | 4.7g Fat | 15.5g Total Carbs | 5.2g Fiber | 0.2g Sugar | 8.0g Sugar Alcohol | 2.0g Protein | 2.2g Net Carbs

Brought to you by Hip2Keto.

holding keto avocado chocolate cookie

Oh avocado, I think I love you! 🥑

These keto avocado chocolate cookies are rich with chocolatey goodness, and without the guilt of all the added carbs and sugar. Thanks to the avocado, these cookies are next-level yum and add a dosage of some healthy fats!

Make a batch for your kiddos for a delicious after-school snack – my boys sure loved them!

Keto Chocolate Avocado Cookies

Here’s what my teammate Jenna had to say after making these keto chocolate avocado cookies:

“These are definitely a good treat for curbing those sugar cravings. The avocado is such a great ingredient and makes the avocado chocolate cookies taste like a decadent brownie. They aren’t over-the-top sweet, which I actually like, and the dark chocolate chips are the star of this recipe!”


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Comments 10

  1. dawnajean

    Is there a printable copy of this recipe?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yes! Be sure to click on the print option at the top right or bottom right of the recipe in the post! Hope that helps!

  2. tandapanda

    Can you use swerve confection sweetener in place of the monk fruit if you have it on hand?

      • tandapanda

        Thanks! My more specific question is, can I use a white confection sugar replacement in place of a golden ( like monk fruit) – does that make a difference? Similar to how using plain white sugar might not be best if the recipe called for brown sugar. Some clarity would help 🙂 Can’t wait to try!!

        • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

          You’re welcome! We haven’t used that sweetener for these. It may change the consistency or taste a bit. Let us know how they turn out, if you decide to give it a try!

  3. Lou

    I love the ingredients in this recipe, but this one was not for me. 1/2 cup of sweetener to the 1 cup of chocolate was what did it. :/ I did add extra chocolate chips and a lot more sweetener and they were (in my opinion) acceptable. 🙂

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for your feedback, Lou. Good to know what you thought of it.

  4. Cindy

    Can frozen avocados be used in place of ripe avocados?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      That may work too, Cindy! Just be sure to fully defrost them. Let us know how they turn out if you give it a try!

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