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BFC Servings Reminder
15/6 = 15 grams sugar/6 carb servings
Carb serving (no more than 2 per meal)
5 grams - 20 grams = 1 serving
20 grams - 40 grams = 2 servings
Eat no more than 40 grams carbs and 5 grams sugar per meal!

Monday, October 24, 2011

Monday October 24

Hi you guys!  I just wanted to pop on and post the cookie recipe that we've been eating a lot of over here.  I make these every Sunday so that I can put them in my son's school lunch.  I always have enough left over so that I can have one or two a day also.  They are made with coconut flour so I think they are permitted on the Fast Track too.

Chocolate Coconut Cookies

5 Tablespoons of butter or coconut oil (I use coconut oil)
1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1/4 cup of cream
1  1/2 tsp. vanilla
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 cup of sugar equivalent ( I use 1/2 cup of erythritol or xyitol plus 1 truvia)
4 eggs
1 cup of unsweetened coconut
1/2 cup of coconut flour


Preheat oven to 350 F

1.) Melt coconut oil (or butter)  and pour in mixing bowl
2.) Whisk in cocoa powder until blended.  Whisk in salt, vanilla and sweetner
3.) Taste.  Make sure it is sweet enough for you.  If not add more here.
4.) Whisk the eggs into mixture until well blended.  Add cream and blend.
5.) Add your unsweetened coconut now while you can still mix.
6.)Add coconut flour and blend well.  The flour will absorb a lot of the moisture and it will look like cookie dough in a minute.

7.)  Using cookie scoop or tsps, drop cookie dough onto cookie sheet.  You can space them pretty close together because they don't spread.

 8.) Push each scoop down and place an almond in middle of each
 9.) Bake at 350 F    I bake mine for about 10 -11 minutes so they are still a little fudge-like.  If you bake them too long they come out too dry (like all coconut flour products that are cooked too long).

Makes about 24 cookies  and per cookie they are 4 carbs, 1 sugar, 2 fibers  (and for those that count 92calories)

Hope you like them, and have a great day!


  1. Thanks for posting the recipe they look yummy and best of all easy for me. I was wondering why my coconut bread comes out a little dry....maybe I am over cooking it.

  2. Those look tasty and I will need to make them at some point for sure!!

  3. Thanks Beth. I am going to try these for sure. they look great!

  4. Yum!! These look heavenly! Do they taste like an almond joy? Do you have any idea of what the fat content would be per cookie? If I know that I could plug the info into my ww calculator & if they arent too many points I will def make them. I "puffy heart" coconut...and almond joys...oh and Fritos too!!! (lol)

  5. Sherri, almond joys are what they are supposed to be like. I checked with "my fitness pal" and each cookies is 8g. fat. Hope that helps!

  6. Delicious, and yes they do look like they would taste like an almond joy.
    Thanks for your support.

  7. This look great, I'll give them a try this weekend.