Low Carb Cookie Skillet

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Indulge in the ultimate comfort food with our decadent sugar-free chocolate chip cookie skillet. The rich, buttery dough melts in your mouth while the gooey chocolate chips provide bursts of sweetness with every bite, transporting your tastebuds to paradise. Serve it on its own, or pair it with a scoop of low-carb vanilla ice cream for a warm and cold contrast that will leave you feeling satisfied and nostalgic for childhood treats.

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    What can I expect? 

    Better than any restaurant or store-bought cookie skillet, all you have to do is prepare a batch of sugar-free chocolate chip cookie dough. Once chilled, this cookie skillet bakes in a matter of minutes with crisp, golden edges and a warm, gooey center. 

    Unlike traditional cookie skillets, the dough used for this recipe is made with sugar-free chocolate chips and natural, sugar substitutes for a healthy dessert that will satisfy your sweet tooth with zero guilt. 

    Made without any chemicals or additives and topped off with a scoop of low-carb vanilla ice cream, it’s a crowd-pleasing treat you can feel good about serving! 

    Is This Cookie Skillet Healthy? 

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      Let’s look at the main ingredients: 

      • Eggs
      • Almond flour 
      • Butter
      • Cream cheese
      • Chocolate chips
      • Sweetener

      Eggs and almond flour are natural, nutritious foods. Each has its own health benefits and provides a great source of healthy omega fats for healthy sugar-free chocolate chip cookies. 

      But what about butter and cream cheese? What about the added milk in chocolate chips? Is dairy healthy? 

      Here’s what we know. Dairy is full of vitamins, minerals, protein, and natural fat energy. But if everyone consumed dairy all of the time, dairy farming would become abusive and unsustainable…

      Let’s be mindful of our dairy intake. Buy dairy that comes from pasture-raised cows and limit consumption.

      Sugar is what makes food unhealthy.

      Add 40g of sugar (20g/serving) to this recipe and you’re looking at heartburn with an energy crash. (And you’ll be scouring the pantry for your next sugar snack within the hour.) 

      Substitute the sugar for quality sugar alcohol, and this dessert becomes nourishment. The ingredients provide vitamins, minerals, and long-lasting energy. 

      Enjoy this sugar-free cookie skillet knowing it supports your well-being. Learn more about eating less sugar here.

      Cookie Skillet Tips

      1. Use room-temperature ingredients 

      To allow for super easy mixing and to avoid overworking the batter, let your butter, cream cheese, egg, and egg yolk come to room temperature before combining the ingredients. 

      2. Use a mini cast iron pan

      This cookie skillet is best cooked and served in a mini cast iron pan. The cast iron keeps your cookie warm and gooey. And you can eat from the skillet with a metal spoon. 

      3. Include different mix-ins

      We love the simplicity of classic chocolate chip cookie dough but feel free to mix and match your favorite add-ins to make this cookie skillet your own. For instance, chopped nuts or raisins are a great way to add extra nutrients and texture to the dish. 

      4. Add your favorite toppings

      We like to top our cookie skillet with a scoop of low-carb vanilla ice cream. However, it also tastes great with a drizzle of sugar-free chocolate syrup, sugar-free caramel sauce, or even melted nut or seed butter instead.  

      5. Prepare in advance 

      Make the cookie dough ahead of time, and keep it on hand for a quick treat whenever a craving hits. Spread the dough in a skillet, and keep it covered in the fridge for up to 2-4 days before baking. 

      6. Have leftover chocolate chips? 

      Use them to make our apple samoas cookies or sugar-free chocolate toffee!

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        Cookie Skillet

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        Cookie Skillet
        Prep Time:10 minutes
        Cook Time:15 minutes



        • Prepare 1 batch of the Neutral Eating cookies, but don’t bake.
        • Optional, but recommended, chill cookie dough for 1 hour or overnight.
        • Fill mini cast iron, or oven-safe skillet, with cookie dough leaving about ½ inch at the top. (for a 4” cast iron this is approximately 4 tablespoons or 4 cookie dough scooper scoops).
        • Bake at 350 F for around 13 minutes until the top is turning golden.
        • Let cool before enjoying.
        • Serve as is or with a scoop of low-carb vanilla ice cream.



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        Recipe from Neutral Eating: https://neutraleating.com/cookie-skillet
        Servings: 2
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