3 Vegan Keto Cookie Sandwich (Gluten Free)

3 Vegan Keto Cookie Sandwich (Gluten Free) - Flourless Avocado Cookies - Chocolate Chip - Peanut Butter Stuffed Cookies - Cheesecake Filled Snickerdoodle Cookies - 3 Ingredients - 1 Bowl - Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Paleo, Low Carb, Almond Cream Cheese, Whole Food + Video

Just looking at a cream filled stuffed cookie gets me excited for life! I wanted to make these vegan cookie sandwiches simply for the joy of looking at them. Not a strange thing to say at all.

As I’ve mentioned a million times here on the blog I’m not a great baker. I cling to the notation that a disclaimer is required when I post about baked desserts.

I didn’t want to make a massive batch of cookies so feel free to double or triple the recipe. I had tons of left over cream cheese filling. You’re welcome cut the filling recipe in half. Or top each cookie with filling and eat them open faced! All good options.

If you’re living a sugar filled life feel free to make these recipes with regular sugar instead of the sugar free options I’ve used here.

  • Vegan
  • Egg Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Sugar Free & Low Carb
  • Paleo & Keto Friendly
  • Easy to Throw Together
  • Just a Handful of Ingredients
3 Vegan Keto Cookie Sandwich (Gluten Free) - Flourless Avocado Cookies - Chocolate Chip - Peanut Butter Stuffed Cookies - Cheesecake Filled Snickerdoodle Cookies - 3 Ingredients - 1 Bowl - Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Paleo, Low Carb, Almond Cream Cheese, Whole Food + Video

Vegan Keto Avocado Chocolate Chip Cookie – Double Chocolate
These were soooo easy to make and by far my favorite of the three! These flourless avocado cookies we’re just so good. Dude these tasted like fudge brownie cookies with chocolate mousse filling. DIVINE!

COOKIE: 1 ripe avocado (large), 1/4 cup sugar free syrup (I used Lakanto maple flavored syrup), 1.5 TB flax meal, 3 TB water, 1/2 cup peanut butter, 1/2 cup cocoa powder + sugar free chocolate chips

FILLING: 1 ripe avocado (large), 2 TB keto sweetener (I used powdered swerve), 2 TB cocoa powder

  1. Mix 1.5 TB flax meal with 3 TB water and set aside for 15 minutes.
  2. Blend all the cookie ingredients in a food processor except chocolate chips. Be sure to add the flax gel to the food processor.
  3. Spread cookie batter into cookie shapes. These doesn’t spread so however you put them in the over is how they’ll come out. Top with chocolate chips.
  4. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Let them completely cool.
  5. Blend filling ingredients in food processor til smooth. Pipe into cooled cookies. ENJOY

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3 Vegan Keto Cookie Sandwich (Gluten Free) - Flourless Avocado Cookies - Chocolate Chip - Peanut Butter Stuffed Cookies - Cheesecake Filled Snickerdoodle Cookies - 3 Ingredients - 1 Bowl - Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Paleo, Low Carb, Almond Cream Cheese, Whole Food + Video

Vegan Keto Peanut Butter Cookie Sandwich
These are so easy to throw together! THREE ingredient cookies!!!! I hope you’re feeling my excitement through the screen πŸ™‚

The original cookie recipe called for 3 TB coconut flour but my cookie batter was so thin and watery I ended up add 4 additional TB of coconut flour. I’m not sure if that was because my peanut butter was super thin. I probably could have gotten away with using less coconut flour but this recipe was super forgiving.

COOKIE: 3/4 cup peanut butter, 4 TB sugar free syrup (I used Lakanto maple flavored), 3 TB coconut flour (+ additional if needed, I used 7 TB total)

FILLING: almond cream cheese (I used Kite Hill), 2 TB sugar free sweetener (I used powdered swerve), 2 TB peanut butter

  1. Mix all the cookie ingredients together. If cookie dough is too liquid add more coconut flour.
  2. Add each pieces of cookie dough to a baking sheet. Press down with a fork.
  3. Bake at 350 for 12 minutes then let cool completely
  4. With a fork cream the sweetener and peanut butter with almond cream cheese. Pipe into cooled cookies. ENJOY

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3 Vegan Keto Cookie Sandwich (Gluten Free) - Flourless Avocado Cookies - Chocolate Chip - Peanut Butter Stuffed Cookies - Cheesecake Filled Snickerdoodle Cookies - 3 Ingredients - 1 Bowl - Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Paleo, Low Carb, Almond Cream Cheese, Whole Food + Video

Vegan Keto Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Cookie Sandwich
These were inspired by two recipes on my blog including the dough from my Vegan Keto Cinnamon Toast Cereal post.

Now when I made the keto cereal dough I took some of it and baked a cookie with it. It was the best cookie. So fluffy and perfect! This batch didn’t come out like that at all. there were two things I did differently. #1 the stove we have in the place we live now just doesn’t not bake things as beautifully. Nothing comes out the same since we’ve moved. #2 I didn’t let the dough rest like i did the first time. Below I’m going to recommend the extra steps of chilling the dough. Just know that I didn’t do that with this batch.

If you’re not Gluten Free & Eat SUGAR then I recommend this regular Vegan Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Filled Cookie Recipe. I can not stress how pillowy and soft that recipe is. This keto recipe didn’t come out quite as nice.

COOKIE: 60g almond flour (more or less), 1/8 ts xanthan gum (I found a cheap bag in the bulk section of natural grocer), 1/8 ts baking soda, 1/2 ts cinnamon, 20g vegan butter, 24g swerve (I got confectioner), 1 ts vegan egg powder (follow your heart) + 2 TB cold water

COOKIE DUST: 1/2 TB xylitol, 1/2 ts cinnamon

FILLING: container almond cream cheese (I used kite hill), 2 TB sweetener (I used powdered swerve), 1/2 ts cinnamon

  1. Mix almond flour, xanthan gum, baking powder and cinnamon together
  2. In a new bowl cream room temp vegan butter with swerve. *I used a fork. I also used a hot bowl over my cold vegan butter for about a minute to soften the vegan butter.
  3. Prepare vegan egg by mixing powder with cold water. Add vegan egg to creamed vegan butter. Mix together.
  4. Add almond flour mix to the butter/egg mixture. If too wet add a little more almond flour.
  5. Once mixed wrap dough in cling wrap and chill in fridge for at least an hour
  6. Divide dough into each pieces and roll in cookie dust. I used a cookie scoop.
  7. Press cookies into desired shapes, these don’t spread.
  8. Freeze dough for 10 minutes then bake at 350 for 15 minutes. Let cool completely.
  9. Cream filling ingredients together with a fork and pipe onto cookies. ENJOY

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17 comments

  1. OMG, those chocolate avocado cookies look divine!!! Am totally drooling on my keyboard. The other two look delish also — I LOVE peanut butter — but it’s the avo cookies that made my eyes pop out of my head, just like a cartoon character, ha ha. All of them look ridiculously decadent!!

    I’d recommend picking up an oven thermometer; they’re only about ten bucks, but invaluable in figuring out how far off your temps are so you know how much you have to compensate.

    It goes without saying, but I am always HUGELY appreciative when you do keto recipes, as I am always looking for inspiration <3

    Last but not least, your teensy-tiny whisk is the cutest thing πŸ™‚

    • yay! dude let me know what you think of any of these. And as always feel free to use your intuitive baking skills when making these. πŸ™‚ I never know about my baked dessert recipes.

      I want more avocado cookiesssssssssssssss!

      • I have all the ingredients to make the avo cookies, except for the syrup! Will try to track down the one you used. I’ve seen the Lakanto “sugar” in the stores, but not the syrup. Or any kind of syrup I can use, because a lot of the sugar substitutes either drive my blood sugar levels up or don’t agree with me πŸ™

        However, your snickerdoodle recipe doesn’t use syrup so I will make that if I am unsuccessful in my quest — there will be homemade cookies in my near future, dammit!!

        • I was considering making the avocado cookies with maybe a dash of water and powdered swerve.

          The only sugar free syrup I found was at whole foods. it was the first place we went to. I’m glad I grabbed it there. Everywhere we went to after that had ZERO sugar free syrups which i was not expecting!

  2. Thanks, I’ll try Whole Foods! I hate shopping there, because it’s so damn spendy but I really, REALLY want to make those avo cookies.

    There are several sugar-free syrups out there, but the ones I’ve come across are made with not-good-for-me ingredients. I’ve never tried anything with monk fruit in it, but I’ve heard good things so I’m hopeful πŸ™‚

    • No joy at Whole Foods πŸ™ The Lakanto syrup is available on amazon.ca but the cheapest price is $21.25, which is OBSCENE. But dirt cheap compared to the other keto syrup they have — Choc Zero is $45.99, WTF!!!

      I am going to sulk now. (Not entirely kidding.)

  3. https://postimg.cc/nC9SgHYV

    Voila! They turned out a bit more cake-like than I expected, but then again I made some changes, ha ha. Mostly because I had to compensate for using icing sugar Swerve instead of syrup. So, here are the changes I made: I used 1.5 small avocados instead of one big avocado (because that’s what I had), 2 tablespoons of Swerve instead of 1/4 c syrup (I was worried about making the batter too dry, so I didn’t replace the syrup one-to-one), 2 tablespoons of coconut-PB instead of 1/4 c PB (it was what I had on hand), 2 tablespoons of cocoa instead of 1/4 c (it was all I had left in the container), and I added a pinch of salt.

    I didn’t end up making the filling (the other two avocads I had were still too firm), but these were still yummy! Next time, I think I will add the full amount of cocoa powder, so it’s super chocolate-y!

    • Those look so good! I’m glad they worked out. Mine were super fudgy so I’m not surprised yours came out like cake. Dude i love cake.

      I’m going to write down avocado on my grocery list to make these again. I’m not sure what sweetener I’ll use yet πŸ™‚

      • Ha ha, yes, cake-like is a good thing! The other thing I might do next time I make these is add nuts or shredded coconut or cacao nibs, just for fun. This really quite a forgiving recipe so I think you can really go to town making changes πŸ™‚

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