These Keto Copycat Crumbl Cookies Outshine The Real Deal
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Say hello to making your own copycat Crumbl cookies at home! Better yet, we made them keto.
Indulge in these ginormous keto chocolate chip cookies! 🍪
Bake your own keto copycat Crumbl cookies to not only save money but also to be able to enjoy this amazing delicacy… keto style! These cookies are so easy to make, and I’m willing to bet money that you might prefer this recipe. 😉
Crumbl Cookies are known for making the most amazing, giant, gourmet cookies. They have two classic cookies – their pink frosting sugar cookie and chocolate chip cookie. And then they have some pretty incredible rotating flavors like Carrot Cake, Boston Cream Pie, Molten Lava, and Classic Peanut Butter.
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Spread the cookie love without the sugar.
I’ll come right out and say it — I LOVE cookies. They’re my favorite dessert and you can’t go wrong with a classic chocolate chip cookie. Really, who doesn’t like chocolate chip cookies, or any cookies for that matter?! 🤔 if you feel the same, check out all of our keto cookie recipes.
Okay, back to this recipe! I’m incredibly pleased with how these keto copycat Crumbl cookies turned out. It took me a few tries to get the recipe just right.
Now, you have to note that because it is a keto recipe, it’s not going to taste exactly like the real thing; The color is a little darker and the texture is slightly different due to the almond flour. But overall, success! 🏆 I even got approval from my husband!
Tips for making the best keto copycat Crumbl Cookies:
- I used brown keto sweetener for this recipe. When doing research prior to baking, it seems that brown sugar would be the way to go to get the flavor and texture just right. With that said, I usually use keto confectioners sweetener, so I think that would also work, or you could use a granular keto sweetener.
- Do not overbake these keto chocolate chip cookies. They only need 10 to 11 minutes!
- Leave the cookies on the baking sheet for at least 15 minutes before moving them as they will fall apart if you move them too soon. I actually left mine on the cookie sheet for closer to 20 minutes and they were perfect. I know it’s torture to not eat cookies straight out of the oven, but believe me, they need to sit for a bit. Patience is key!
- Feel free to use your favorite keto chocolate chips. I used ChocZero Milk Chocolate Chips for mine and loved every morsel.
Keto Copycat Crumbl Cookies
yield: 6 SERVINGS
prep time: 15 MINUTES
cook time: 10 MINUTES
total time: 25 MINUTES
This easy recipe makes 6 giant copycat Crumbl Chocolate Chip Cookies that will have you drooling before you can even take a bite.
- 1/2 cup salted butter (1 stick), softened/room temperature
- 1/2 cup keto brown sweetener
- 1 egg
- 2 teaspoons vanilla
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 1/2 cups almond flour
- 2 tablespoons coconut flour
- 1 cup keto milk chocolate chips
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
Add butter and keto brown sweetener to a mixing bowl. Beat on high until well combined, about 1 to 2 minutes.
Add in the egg and vanilla and beat on medium speed until well incorporated. The batter might look a little separated at this point but that's okay.
Mix in the salt, baking soda, almond flour, and coconut flour on low until combined, scrape down the edges of the bowl as needed.
Slowly mix in the chocolate chips on low speed until they are just evenly distributed.
Generously scoop out the cookie dough using a 1/3 cup measuring cup to form six large dough balls and place them on the baking sheet. If you have any leftover dough, evenly add it to the six dough balls. Then slightly flatten the dough balls and form them into a "hockey puck" shape.
Bake the cookies for 10 to 11 minutes, turning the pan halfway through. Do not overbake. They will be slightly browned on top and around the edges. Let the cookies sit on the baking sheet for 15 to 20 minutes before enjoying!
Yield: 6 cookies, Serving Size: 1 cookie
Amount Per Serving: 485 Calories | 41.7g Fat | 35g Total Carbs | 14.2g Fiber | 3.7g Sugar | 16g Sugar Alcohol | 9.7g Protein | 4.7g Net Carbs
Bet you can’t eat just one!
Actually, I bet you can’t even eat one of these keto copycat Crumbl cookies! LOL! 😂 They really are giant and very filling. It took me three attempts to eat one of these cookies — they’re that deliciously rich! The real Crumbl cookies are very rich as well, and I couldn’t eat that one all at once either.
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I do, and please let me know what you think!
Should we do a keto copycat version of another Crumbl cookie? 🤔
Here’s what my Hip sidekick Erica had to say about these keto copycat Crumbl cookies:
“These Crumbl cookies are incredible! These were so easy to make and taste SO GOOD! The inside stays so moist even while the outside starts to brown. I used Lily’s chocolate chips and they sweetened the cookie so perfectly – love their chocolate chips! 🙌🏻 My kiddos really enjoyed these cookies too. This is definitely a recipe worth trying – YUM! “
Looking for more incredible keto desserts? Try our raspberry cheesecake keto ice cream!
These look great! When you say ‘turn’ during baking do you mean turn the pan or turn over each cookie?? Thanks.
Hi Daisy, it means to turn the pan. I’ve updated the recipe. Sorry for any confusion! Let us know if you make them and what you think!
I made these and they looked just like the pictures until I baked them. After turning the pan half way through the cook time I could see them spreading out. By the time was finished all the cookies had spread and were melted together. They tasted great but really big and flat. Is there anything that can be added to help them keep their thick shape?
Hey there! SO happy to hear you enjoyed their taste! You might check to be sure the butter is not melted or too soft, as that’s usually what causes the big/flat cookie. Hoping this is helpful! 💕
It says wait 15-20 min… don’t do it… don’t touch the cookie! They are still too warm, they will crumble and you will doubt your cookie making skills. Let them sit for an hour, then put them in a baggie in the fridge. Chilling the cookie, solidifies the butter and gives it the chewy cookie texture that’s so satisfying. It’s obviously not a cake flour based cookie, it doesn’t taste like a crumble but it’s thick and good! I thought this was a no, but after chilling it’s a YES!! Add some choczero spread and it’s a super fun dirty keto splurge ❤️
I made mine a bit smaller. There was some spread while cooking.
I ended up 10, thick, ~ 4” diameter cookies.
Thanks for sharing these helpful tips, Kimberly! SO happy to hear that you enjoyed this cookie recipe! ❤️
This looks so good. Could you try to make Crumbl Sugar Cookie with the pink almond frosting keto? That is my absolute favorite!!! So yummy!
Hey LeeAnn! You could try one of these recipes on the cookie – the buttercream one, and the cream
cheese one. Hoping this is helpful! 💗
I can’t wait to make these at home! I would love to try a peanut butter version of the keto ‘Crumbl’.
Thanks Emily. It’s a bonus reward knowing you are a nutritionist as well.
How sweet! Thanks for the kind comment! I’ll be sure to pass this along to Emily! 🥰💞
Thank you! Yes, a keto peanut butter version would be super tasty too!
I just made these and I now have a new favorite recipe! Thanks for sharing!
YAY! You’re welcome! SO happy you’re loving this recipe, Velma! Thanks for letting us know! 🥰
Too bad the Swerve sweetener leaves a not so pleasant cooling after taste. I would love to make these sugar free if only there was an alternative sweetener with no after taste.
Hi Dawn! 💞There are other sweetener options you can try. Hoping this might be helpful! 🤗
I haven’t made this cookie yet, but the sweetener I use is Allulose and it has no aftertaste, doesn’t crystallize, doesn’t hurt my tummy at all, is natural etc. Also, with my experience, it’s been 1 1/3 of other sweeteners.
Thanks for the helpful response on the sweetener you’ve been using, Laura! 🤗
Dawn… I agree with you about Swerve. ☹️ Have you ever tried making your own brown sweetener, using Pyure.
Do you know if these can be frozen?
We haven’t tried that, however I bet they would freeze just fine! Let us know how it works out for you, Cindy! 💞🤗
I just ordered 60 cookies from Crumbl for a party!!! 😱 I’ll have to try these after the party when I start back my diet 😂
Hoping you love them, shandabell! Enjoy your party! 🎉💞
I’ve made these twice now. First time, I made as directed but a little smaller—the batch made 10. I froze them (they freeze nicely) and could break in half still frozen. Just made them a2nd time—added 2/3 c PBFit to make them into PB cookies! Probably could have increased PBFit to 1cup. Also used a small scoop (made 31) will freeze them for a quick snack!
So great to hear that they froze well for you, btraut! Thanks a bunch for sharing about the peanut butter version you tried out! 💗
I have tried making these twice now and each time they flatten out and spread. They are not thick like the picture. Any suggestions? I followed recipe to a t.
Oh bummer! SO sorry to hear that, Suzanne. The butter may be too melted. You could also try refrigerating the dough before baking the cookies. Hoping that is helpful! 🤗💖
Perfection! These are the perfect sweetness and a great base cookie. I only had almond on hand, but I loved them. I used Lilly’s milk chocolate chips, but I think next time I’m going to try white chips. Very satisfying for a keto life-style🤩
YUM! Happy you enjoyed these, Kimi! Thanks for letting us know how you made yours! The white chips sound yummy too! 😋🙌
Way too salty with 1/2 tsp salt and salted butter😢
Thanks for the honest feedback! Sorry to hear that, Anne. You can use unsalted butter or reduce the salt to 1/4 tsp. Hope that is helpful!🍪💕
These look amazing! I’m very sensitive to the cooling effect of Erythritol. Would these work with a monkfruit and allulose sweetener?
Hey Vanessa! We haven’t tried that sweetener swap yet, but I bet they would be similar! Here’s a post on swapping out sugar options, if that might be helpful! Let us know how they turn out for you if you decide to try it this way! ❤️🍪
I’ve made these twice and they are amazing! I put some in the freezer and ate them over a week. I really appreciate you figuring this out and posting it for us.
You’re welcome! So happy you’ve enjoyed this cookie recipe, Terry! 🍪 Glad to hear they stored well in the freezer for you too! 🙌❤️
My husband is allergic to tree nuts. Can I use coconut flour instead? Any suggestions of flour he can have? Thanks in advance for the feedback.
Hi Nicole!❤️ We haven’t made them that way. We do have a flour guide with alternative keto flour options and how to use them over here – https://hip2keto.com/tips/gluten-free-keto-flours-recipes/ Hope that is helpful! 💞🤗
I made mine vegan and I used regular brown sugar. They turned out great!
YAY! SO happy to hear you enjoyed your cookies, Candace! Thanks so much for the feedback! 🍪💕
Amazing! Truly taste like Crumbl. The texture isn’t identical but the almond flour gives them a great taste. Followed recipe and came out perfect!!
Woohoo! SO glad these were a hit for you, Andrea! 💞🙌 Thanks for taking a moment to share how much you enjoyed them!
These are some of the best keto cookies I have made. Absolutely delicious!
YAY! Happy to hear how delicious these cookies were for you, Nan! Thanks for the feedback! 🍪🥰
Recipe looks amazing .. would love to try but it says 1 cookie is 35 carbs .. why is this “low carb”??
Thanks, Lisa! Sorry for any confusion. ❤️ These have 4.7g of net carbs per serving.
Here is some information on Total and Net Carbs that may be helpful! 🥰