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Low carb sugar cookies are fun for the whole family! Kids love decorating them and everyone loves eating them. They are sugar-free and Trim Healthy Mama approved!

Are Healthy Desserts Tasty?

How can a flavor-packed cookie be low carb?

If you would have offered me a low carb cookie several years ago, I probably would have called you a health nut and politely refuse your cookie.

I would have been the foolish one!

Low carb cookies, if made correctly, are full of yummy flavors and packed with healthy benefits…all at the same time.

Low Carb Sugar Cookies (THM-S, Sugar Free)

Are Low Carb Sugar Cookies Keto-Friendly?

This recipe sure is keto-friendly!

With all the good fats in this cookie recipe, your body is sure to appreciate your good food choice.

Low Carb Sugar Cookies (THM-S, Sugar Free)

Sugar Cookies Are Fun To Make With The Family

You’ve heard stories, and maybe even reminisce about your own childhood days in the kitchen, cutting out sugar cookies with a variety of cookie cutters.

It seems to be a tradition in many families to cut out sugar cookies with their kids during the holidays.

My boys were so excited to pick out the cookie cutter of their choice and press it into the cookie dough to make the shape of an animal or gingerbread man.

There’s something special about having fun together as a family.

I cherish the times when my kids help me in the kitchen!

Ingredients To Make Low Carb Sugar Cookies

The list of ingredients may appear long, but I promise you it comes together pretty quick.

  • butter
  • sweetener
  • cream cheese
  • eggs
  • vanilla
  • baking powder
  • almond flour
  • coconut flour
  • ground flaxseed
  • gelatin
  • salt

Not Crazy About Sugar Cookies?

Some people do not prefer a “boring” plain sugar cookie.

If this is you, then a delicious, low carb chocolate chip cookie may just be the thing!

Low Carb Sugar Cookies (THM-S, Sugar Free)

Baking And Cooling Low Carb Treats

These cookies only take roughly ten to twelve minutes to bake.

One important step you won’t want to skip is this: do not try to take the hot cookies off of the cookie tray right out of the oven.

Because low carb cookies are not made with regular flour and such, they tend to be a little softer, so allow them to cool for about 20 minutes on the pan itself.

Once cooled completely, these low carb sugar cookies are perfect to handle

Are Sugar Cookies Supposed To Be Sweet?

That sounds like an oxi-moron, right?

Honestly, why wouldn’t sugar cookies be sweet?

Everyone has different taste buds and loves their sugar cookies sweeter or not so sweet as the next person.

I chose to use a little less sweetener than the “normal” sugar cookie would call for.

Why? Well, the icing is rather sweet and really balances out the sweetness of the entire cookie!

This recipe is in your hands, though, so add more or less sweetener if you wish.

What Icing Can I Spread On These Low Carb Sugar Cookies?

You can use any low carb, sugar free icing for these cookies.

The icing recipe I used is very simple…literally three ingredients.

Low Carb Sugar Cookies (THM-S, Sugar Free)

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Low Carb Sugar Cookies
Yield: 24 cookies

Low Carb Sugar Cookies

Prep Time: 40 minutes
Cook Time: 12 minutes
Total Time: 52 minutes

Low carb sugar cookies are soft and full of delicious flavor. These cookies are fun to make with the whole family!



  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees
  2. In large bowl, beat butter, cream cheese and sweetener.
  3. Add eggs and vanilla extract. Mix.
  4. Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
  5. Form dough into ball and wrap with plastic wrap.
  6. Allow dough to chill in fridge for about 30 minutes.
  7. Roll dough between two pieces of parchment paper until 1/4 inch thick.
  8. Cut out shapes with your cookie cutters.
  9. Place cookies carefully on your parchment lined cookie sheet.
  10. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until golden.

For Icing:

  1. MIx together 1 stick of butter, 1/2 cup Swerve powdered sweetener and a splash of vanilla.
  2. Mix with your favorite color and scoop into a plastic Ziploc bag.
  3. Snip the corner of the baggie and squeeze icing onto completely cooled cookies.

Nutrition Information



Serving Size


Amount Per Serving Calories 97Total Fat 8gNet Carbohydrates 1g
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