Low Carb Carbalose Giant Ginger Cookies. I have often wondered why it seems so difficult to get a crispy low carb cookie and now I know-it is. This is my first attempt at making cookies with Carbalose flour so I have no basis of comparison but I know this: there is no almond flour and no coconut flour. Don’t know for sure but this must be some kind of secret. Anyway, these are delicious & crispy and every once in a while, crispy is good.
I have made and taken new pics on the top and is the way they should look. They say true confessions are good for the soul so here goes another one: I did not have the right Just Like Sugar for the first pics (at the bottom now). I had the Baking but not the Granular since I don’t use much of it and there is a difference so…use the right product for the job…but the taste-ooh la la.
Down below in the notes I said I would be testing another recipe using these cookies and it didn’t take me long to come up with these Ginger Cheesecake Tarts
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- 2¼ C Carbalose Flour***
- 3 Sticks Butter
- ½ C Just Like Sugar Brown***
- ½ C Just Like Sugar*** +
- ⅓ C Just Like Sugar Brown***
- ¼ C Molasses
- 1 Egg
- 1 T Dried Ginger
- ¾ t Cinnamon
- ½ t Dried Clove Powder
- ½ t Mace Or Nutmeg
- Preheat oven to 350°
- With electric mixer begin to slowly cream butter. Add egg, molasses and then then slowly add Just Like Sugar Brown and ½ C Just Like Sugar until well incorporated. Mixture will be thick.
- In larger bowl mix all dry ingredients. Add wet to dry and with same mixer mix until completely incorporated. It will take a bit of time but it needs to be done.
- Use a 2” ¼ C scoop, make 15-16 2” balls and place evenly on a parchment papered cookie sheet pan. I have a sheet pan that I could fit all 15 cookies on. Generously sieve on ⅓ C Just Like Sugar Brown and using a flat disc (I used my Norpro pounder), or even your fingers, flatten the balls to about ¼".
- Cook no more than 10-12 minutes, leaving on sheet about 10 minutes before putting onto cooling racks.
- Cookies should be surprisingly nice and crispy.
- 15 Servings
- 146 Calories, 5.2g Protein, 11.2g Fat, 10.9g Carbs, 4.5g Fiber, 6.4g Net Carbs
- Based on the crumb of these cookies I'm going to make a prediction here. I think if you ground them and added enough melted butter, they would make a kick butt base for a cheesecake or anything else you needed a cookie or graham cracker base for. I will be testing this in the future but...you can test it now...if you want.