These delicious and healthy keto Halloween cookies are the perfect treat for low carb dieters this Halloween season. Although the recipes are modified and are mostly sugar-free, they taste like the real deal. In fact, even kids with a sweet tooth will love them, too and won’t know they are low in carbs!
From monster-looking cookies to spooky black skull treats and scary witches’ fingers, these keto Halloween cookies will make for a perfect guilt-free Halloween treat!
If you want to provide more than cookies then take a look at these ideas for 7 Healthy Keto Halloween Sweet Treats.
If you are looking for more than cookies then check out these Easy Low Carb Halloween Recipes for inspiration or these Keto Halloween Recipes. Or perhaps you would like these Low Carb Halloween Dessert Recipes.
Keto Halloween Cookies
1. Low Carb Halloween Monster Fur and Googly Eyes Cookies
Delight your little ones with these monster fur and googly eyes cookies! This low carb sugar-free cookie recipe is from Laura of Sugar-Free Sprinkles and is made entirely of keto-friendly ingredients, such as almond flour, coconut flour, cream cheese, and unsalted butter.
The recipe uses powdered erythritol to sweeten the cookies. Meanwhile, the frosting used for decorating the cookies and the googly eyes are also keto-approved, so you can be sure that these cookies won’t kick you out of ketosis.
2. Keto Frosted Pumpkin Spice Halloween Cookies
These frosted pumpkin spice Halloween cookies are the healthiest treats for trick or treating. They might look sinful, but these cookies are healthy and absolutely low in carbs.
The recipe is from Ketogenic.com and baked using almond flour, coconut flour, and other keto-approved ingredients, such as sugar-free syrup and Xanthan gum. The cookies are made even more flavorful with the addition of the pumpkin spice.
As for the frosting, the author uses Swerve for sweeteners. Therefore, you can be certain these cookies are safe for everyone on a low carb diet.
3. Keto Severed Witches’ Fingers Cookies
Halloween is all about the spooky stuff, so it’s fitting to serve these scary-looking severed witches’ fingers cookies to friends and family.
The recipe is from Angeal Wilkes of Keto Meals and Recipes and is made entirely of low carb ingredients, such as low carb flour alternatives, like almond flour and coconut flour.
It also uses whey protein isolate, a great addition to your keto diet. The bloody liquid consists of frozen raspberries, gelatin powder, and monk fruit sweeteners.
4. Keto Halloween Peanut Butter Cup Cookies
Peanut butter is a common ingredient for keto. So, it just makes sense to use peanut butter as the main ingredient for keto Halloween cookies. If you need inspiration for a peanut butter cookie recipe, check out these Keto Halloween Peanut Butter Cup Cookies from Annie of Keto Focus.
5. Keto Halloween Butter Cookies
These Keto Halloween cookies from Angela of Divalicious Recipes are baked using almond flour and shaped into skeletons and mummies. The recipe is based on the Keto Butter Cookie Recipe, which uses only four main ingredients, almond flour, butter, low-carb sweetener, and vanilla extract.
Decorated using low carb cream cheese icing, these keto Halloween cookies are super easy to make and contain only 2 grams of net carbs per cookie.
6. Keto Angry Pumpkin Cookies
Your kids will surely be delighted to see these angry-looking pumpkin cookies for your Halloween trick or treat. The recipe is from Tisa of My Sweet Keto and is guaranteed keto-friendly.
The ingredients used are all keto-approved, such as coconut flour, almond flour, and powdered erythritol. As for the decoration, the author used melted dark chocolate, powdered erythritol, and matcha powder for the green color.
With only 1 gram of net carbs per cookie, these cookies can make for a fun, guilt-free Halloween celebration!
7. Easy Halloween Low Carb Mummy Cookies
If you’re looking for an easy recipe for keto Halloween cookies, try these Low Carb Mummy Cookies from Megha of Keto Connect. Since they are easy to make, you can have the kids join you in preparing the cookies, which makes for a fun bonding experience.
As expected, the recipe uses low carb flour alternatives, and none of the ingredients will kick you out of ketosis. Even the glaze, vanilla, and chocolate frosting for decorating are made with keto-friendly ingredients, such as Swerve confectioner, butter, unsweetened cocoa powder, and heavy whipping cream.
8. Keto Black Skull Cookies
Another easy cookie recipe for Halloween is this Keto Black Skull Cookies Recipe from Anela of Kiss My Keto. The recipe requires only a handful of ingredients and can be prepared in only ten minutes. So, it’s the perfect recipe for busy moms who don’t have the luxury of time to prep some fancy cookies for Halloween.
Made with almond flour, unsalted butter, cocoa, and powdered erythritol, they are guaranteed low carb. As for the icing used for decoration, the author used almond milk and a scoop of protein powder. With only 1.3 net carbs per cookie, this cookie recipe is safe for the low carb diet.
9. Keto Halloween Cookies with Icing
These keto Halloween cookies from Angela of Keto Vegetarian Recipes are baked using almond flour, coconut flour, butter, and monk fruit sweetener. Therefore, they are the perfect cookies to serve on Halloween if you’re on the keto diet.
To keep up with the Halloween theme, the author added pumpkin spice to the ingredients. The cookies are then decorated with low-carb cream cheese frosting. Each cookie contains only 2 grams of net carbs, so you can have a cookie or two and not worry about getting kicked out of keto.
10. 3-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Spooky Spider Cookies
This 3-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Spooky Spider Cookies Recipe from Emma of Better with Cake tastes so good that no one will even recognize they are low in carbs unless you tell them.
For this recipe, the three main ingredients are flourless cookies, peanut butter, and dark chocolates. To bake the flourless cookies, you will need peanut butter, monk fruit sweetener, egg, and tapioca.
Once you have the cookies, it’s time to make the keto Halloween cookies. Decorate the cookies with melted dark chocolates and use a toothpick to create googly eyes. Place the peanut butter cup in the middle of the cookie, and you now have guilt-free Halloween cookies to delight your friends and family!