Mmm...Cookies! One of the most delicious snacks you might be able to think of. But sugar free cookie recipes? That doesn't sound too tasty! After all, sugar is what makes cookies sweet, isn't it?
Well I'm here to tell you that my Sugarless Cookies taste just as good as any other cookies you might eat.
When I first found out I couldn't have Sugar, I thought I would never be able to have dessert again.
Boy was I wrong.
I learned that once you realize what certain foods are made up of, you can find alternative ways to make them. Once you understand cookies, you can improve them!
So let's understand cookies, shall we?
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So what are the main ingredients in a cookie? Most cookies contain:
I'm extremely lactose intolerant, and cannot handle Milk. So I generally will alternatively use "Almond Milk" or any other type of milk (Such as Soy, Goat, or Rice Milk). My preference is the Almond Milk as I find it tastes the best.
Eggs are not a problem, so we won't need to be finding any alternatives for them.
Flour is not a problem either.
Sugar is obviously our main problem here, and we will be having to find a substitute for our sugar.
One sugar substitute that I swear on and use everyday is Agave Nectar.
Agave Nectar comes from the "Agave Cactus" plant, and is a 100% natural, low glycemic (low-sugar) syrup, similar to maple syrup. It is safe to eat for almost anyone who has problems processing sugar, even diabetics.
I recommend speaking to a health specialist (Doctor) or doing some research if you have a particularly unforgiving sugar intolerance.
You can learn more about Agave Nectar on my Agave Nectar Page.
Of course there are other Sugar substitutes such as Erythritol or Stevia that might help too. You can learn more about them on the Sugar Substitutes Page, although most of the recipes I provide on this site will use Agave, Stevia, or Erythritol.
These cranberry chocolate chip cookies are hot as heck - right off the press!
Here's a neat recipe for my sugar free raspberry almond cookies (you know, the one with the raspberry jam in the middle).
Try out my sugar free almond shortbread cookies for a quick afternoon treat.
Oatmeal cookies are great, but I've got a whole new recipe for my sugar free oatmeal raisin cookies that's totally off the walls.
This sugar free coconut macaroon recipe will whip up around 45 macaroons for you.
For starters, why don't we try out my very basic sugar free chocolate chip cookie recipe. It's simple and easy to make (and almost anyone can eat it!)
Another very basic recipe is my sugar free oatmeal cookies recipe. Once again, almost anyone can eat these tasty, tasty treats.
My favorite sugar free christmas cookies are my sugar free gingerbread cookies. Avoiding the brown sugar and molasses, it's a recipe that you will want to use on every holiday!
Another fairly easy to make recipe is my sugar free meringue cookie recipe. Just don't make it while the relatives are over (unless you want them to have an extended stay!)
I spent a fair while trying to find sugar free vanilla wafers that are safe to eat...find out here what the results of my tests were!
This is the easiest recipe I've ever made, with only a 1/10 difficulty level. I present, my sugar free peanut butter cookies!
One really easy recipe to make is my sugar free almond butter cookies. The hardest part of the recipe is putting the almond in the middle (which I assure you isn't difficult in the slightest...)
Using the power of amaretto, we can make an sugar free almond cookie recipe which tastes incredibly authentic and rich.
Want a more international treat? Try these sugar free italian almond cookies for a taste that's outta this...nation...
Or if you want to head down south for a wedding, you might want to bring along my sugar free mexican almond cookies in order to pay your respect to the heritage.
To fit in with those of a higher class, you might want to take a stab at my easy sugar free almond crescent cookies. With these you'll impress...at...least a few people!
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