With the holidays coming up, I thought it would be a good idea to start working on some holiday-inspired recipes. My first cookie recipe this season is a moist and soft keto gingersnap cookie. Only 77.8 Calories! Keto Gingersnap Cookies – You must try this recipe.
Keto ginger cookies are one of my favorite sweet treats when it’s cold outside. They are crispy and buttery with a gorgeous spicy kick and ready in less than 30 minutes. During the Christmas season, you can use the recipe to make gluten and sugar-free gingerbread men!
Keto Gingersnap Cookies are essentially ginger snaps made sugar free and gluten-free. Did you know that the name refers to the snapping sound the cookie makes when broken in half or bitten into?
Well, I looked it up for you guys – ginger snaps are a derivation of gingerbread and they’ve been around for hundreds of years. Basically, it’s gingerbread that’s been rolled out extra thin and left in the oven a little longer to brown.
If you like this, you can try similar recipes:
- Keto Gingerbread Christmas Cookies
- Low Carb Gluten Free Ginger Cookies
- Keto No-Bake Cookies
- Keto Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Keto Vanilla Cinnamon Cookies
- Keto Cream Cheese Cookies
- Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Keto Chocolate Sea Salt Cookies
- Keto Peanut Butter Cookies
- Keto Cranberries and Walnuts Cookies with Almond Flour
Let us know if you liked this recipe. Try the other keto / low-carb recipes as well!
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