Easy No-Bake Pecan Cluster Keto Cookies (Just 1 Net Carb Each)
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We love a yummy no-bake keto cookie!
Some low carb desserts can seem overwhelming to make, but that’s definitely not the case with our keto no-bake pecan cluster cookies! This super easy keto cookie recipe is the perfect cookie when you want to kick those sweet tooth cravings.
This recipe is low maintenance with a low net carb count!
Our keto pecan coconut clusters are so simple, you won’t hesitate making them weekly. And I thought not having to turn the oven on was the best part about this recipe, but the fact that each cookie is just 1 net carb is a home run!
I’m currently thinking about how many of these keto no-bake cookies I “need” to have today! 😋
I love the staple superfoods like pecans and shredded coconut in this recipe, and I also used ChocZero Chocolate Chips to take the cookies to the next level. I also thought why use just one flavor when I could combine the richness of white chocolate with a bittersweet kick from dark as well. Yum!
Want to take this recipe even further flavor-wise? Try adding a scoop of peanut butter powder to the mix. Using sugar-free PB Fit Powder really gives you that pea-nutty flavor without adding a bunch of extra sugar or affecting the texture!
No-Bake Pecan Coconut Cluster Keto Cookies
yield: 24 SERVINGS
prep time: 25 MINUTES
total time: 25 MINUTES
Flavorful no-bake keto cookies made with shredded coconut, pecans, and ChocZero chocolate chips for extra sweetness.
- 3/4 cup butter
- 5 tablespoons brown Swerve Sweetener
- 5 tablespoons Lakanto Golden Sweetener
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 2/3 cup heavy cream
- 3 cups pecan halves
- 1 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
- 1/4 cup ChocZero dark chocolate chips
- 1/4 cup ChocZero white chocolate chips
Melt butter in a saucepan over medium heat.
Once the butter has completely melted, add in brown Swerve Sweetener and Lakanto Golden Sweetener. Stir until dissolved. Add in heavy cream, vanilla, and stir occasionally until the mixture has thickened. This will take about 7 minutes.
Remove saucepan from heat and add in pecans and coconut flakes. Let the mixture sit for about 10-15 minutes to cool.
Scoop out a large tablespoon and place it on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Keep doing this until all tablespoon-sized clusters are on the parchment paper. Sprinkle clusters with ChocZero white chocolate and dark chocolate chips, pushing them in a bit so that they stick to the clusters. Place baking sheet in the refrigerator to allow pecan clusters to harden. And don't worry, they may appear like they won't hold together, but after refrigerating and firming up, they'll be easy to pick up and hold!
Store in an air tight container. Enjoy!
Yield: 24 cookies, Serving Size: 1 cookie
Amount Per Serving: 216 Calories | 22.0g Fat | 9.0g Total Carbs | 2.9g Fiber | 5.0g Sugar Alcohol | 2.0g Protein | 1.1g Net Carbs
Keto pecan coconut clusters are a new holiday favorite keto cookie recipe!
Every time I make a new treat, I usually say it’s my favorite, but I gotta tell ya, these are so simple to make that they’ve now taken one of my top spots! The rich flavor is just so satisfying.
My book club friends and I do a cookie exchange every year and I’m going to be adding this one to the rotation for the holidays. They’ll never know they’re keto! 🤫
My team member, Jenna, gave this recipe a test for me, and here’s what she had to say:
“There is nothing I love more than a no-bake cookie, especially during the busy holidays. These keto cookies taste incredible and I have seriously been snacking on them for two days straight! I love how tasty the recipe turned out and my kids kept sneaking to get more when I wasn’t looking. I’ll for sure be making more of these soon!”
Adding these to my keto cookie list. Thank you!
Yay! You’re so welcome! Enjoy!
Why use 2 different “brown sweetners”?
Hi Rhonda! Great question. We love love how the Swerve melts down like a normal brown sugar. However using the golden granular helps balance the cooling effect that some granular sweeteners can cause. In this case swerve by itself can cause this effect. Hope this helps❤
Hmmmm…. I don’t have any Lakanto and won’t have time to order any (as I don’t think any stores locally carry it). Could I use just plain sweetener in place of the Lakanto? Maybe Allulose or Bocha Sweet? And maybe add some Yacon syrup..? Any ideas?? These look amazing!!!
Hi Julie! You can use any keto sweetener that you prefer. Hope this helps!❤
Could I make these without the chocolate chips or do they help the consistency or something?
Yes, you can absolutely skip the chocolate chips, if you prefer. Enjoy❤
I made them and it was so easy and delicious!!! You mention vanilla extract in the recipe list but nowhere did I find it in the directions. When I read and followed the directions, I didn’t put it in. I later reread the directions and list and then saw it was left out. It still was so delicious without it. And only 1 carb each!!!
I’m so glad you enjoyed them! We will make sure to get the recipe directions updated with that vanilla!
I am getting ready to try these. They look delicious! Do you use salted or unsalted butter? In your photo it shows unsalted, but I don’t see anything about it in the actual recipe. Thanks!
Hi, Shae! That’s a great questions. On this recipe you can use either- plus if you like a punch of sea salt you could sprinkle some on top!
Would this work ok without the coconut.
Hi Sharon! You could try that! It will alter the nutritional values. It may also change how each cookie holds together.
Looks super yummy! Can’t wait to make these. I want to try them with Lily’s chocolate chips and butterscotch chips!
Let us know how they turn out!
Is there a dairy free option?
With more than one dairy item in this recipe, I’m afraid it would not turn out how it should be. You could make these Keto peppermint patties by subbing out the HWC for a dairy-free alternative.
These are terrific! Like little sweet bombs to help you stay KETO and feel very spoiled too. They taste like something out of the candy shop. I used just chocolate chips because I did not have the white chocolate ones, and they were still wonderful. I feel like I am getting away with something eating these!
What a nice way to describe these treats! I’m so glad you love them and they help keep you on track! Thanks for stopping by, Regan Tate!
Can I use Walnuts instead of pecans.
Yes, but it may change the nutritional value a little. Enjoy – I think walnuts sound fabulous in this!
I only have the brown Lakanto in my pantry. Can I simply double it and omit the brown swerve? Will the Lakanto not melt properly if it’s the only sweetener?
Yes, you can do that! It should be just fine in this recipe, Yvonne!
Could I use anything besides heavy cream? What about evap milk or coconut milk/cream? Cant do heavy cream….
Hi there! It looks like you could try almond milk + butter OR possibly a condensed milk such as this one https://hip2keto.com/recipes/keto-substitute-sweetened-condensed-milk-recipe/ Let us know how it turns out if you give it a try!
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