Ket-Oreos! (Low-Carb Oreos)

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Every once and a while I get a craving for super-processed-magically-delicious Oreos. Yeah, I know…they are absolutely terrible. Maybe it’s just childhood nostalgia. Yeah, let’s go with that.

I decided to make a healthier, low-carb version!

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These are pretty simple to make! Basically, it’s a chocolate shortbread cookie filled with cream cheese icing! They really kill a sweet tooth and go great with coffee or a nice glass of flax milk!

The ENTIRE batch had about 34 net carbs. So the individual cookies are less than 1 net carb each!

Keto Oreos

  • Servings: 30-40 Cookie Sandwiches
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Ingredients

Cookies

Cream Filling

  • 4 oz. cream cheese – softened
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup powdered Swerve (you can grind granulated Swerve in a spice grinder)
Method:
  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In a medium bowl mix together the dry ingredients.
  3. In a separate bowl, cream together the Swerve and butter until light and fluffy, about 2 minutes.
  4. Add egg and vanilla, mix until fully combined.
  5. Add dry ingredients and mix until combined.
  6. Roll out dough between two sheets of waxed paper to a rectangle about 1/8 of an inch thick. Using a circle cutter, cut out as many cookies as you can. Place them onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet. Re-roll out cookie dough until you run out!
  7. Bake cookies for 12 minutes. Let cool completely before filling.

To make filling:

  1. Using a food processor, cream together cream cheese, and butter.
  2. Mix in vanilla extract.
  3. Gradually mix in powdered Swerve.
Low Carb & Keto Oreo Cookies

49 responses to “Ket-Oreos! (Low-Carb Oreos)

  1. Could I substitute 1/2 cup Stevia for the Swerve? I like the ingredients in Stevia better than in Swerve.

  2. Is the xanthan absolutely necessary? I would love to make these, but I’ve never used it, and would rather just do without πŸ˜› is it possible?

  3. I just made these and they are fanglorious. The texture of the cookie is perfect and the cream….mmmm. Thanks for the recipe. Obvious skill went into itπŸ˜‰
    I’m hoping to make your gnocci soon.

  4. …anndd THANK YOU for not making a complicated million step recipe with hard to find ingredients. I’ve seen some other LC “oreo” recipes and they are too much work.

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  8. Hi there, do you know if these will freeze well? How long do you think they will last in the fridge if not? Thanks so much! Can’t wait to try them for my T1D girls.

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  14. Just made these tonight! So yummy. But i halved the recipe and (stupid question but I’m not a baker…) want to know what the cookie texture would be like if I didn’t half the egg… which I might have meticulously done…

  15. Does anyone have a recommendation or a conversion for using stevia? or xylitol? I want to make these SO bad…but I don’t want to buy a bag of swerve just for this when I already have stevia and xylitol. Thanks!:)

  16. Please list the carb counts when posting low card foods. You can say low carb, but to some, 20 carbs per item is low. I only eat 40 carbs a day so a treat has to be very low carb.

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