Whip up this thick and delicious low carb keto cookie dough dip recipe in seconds, with NO sugar required!
Keto cookie dough dessert dip
Bring it to your next party, and watch it disappear.
Rich, smooth, creamy, and perfect for dipping, the recipe tastes like the lovechild of chocolate chip cookie dough and New York style cheesecake.
And you only need five or six ingredients!
The dip was inspired by this Keto Cheesecake
Sugar free party recipe
Ever since I first posted the original Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip recipe, I’ve gotten so many requests for a keto version without sugar.
Readers are always asking, “What can I substitute for the sugar and the beans???”
So here is a creamy and low carb cookie dough dip, with no beans.
Just like the original recipe, this one also has no eggs or flour. So you can eat it unbaked and by the spoonful.
Or use as frosting for Keto Brownies
Keto cookie dough dip recipe video
Watch the step by step video – above
How do you serve it?
Try serving the recipe with any of these Healthy Cookies Recipes.
Or add chopped up chocolate pieces or your favorite sugar free chocolate bars.
Use it instead of cream cheese icing for Keto Muffins.
I served mine at a holiday party with fruit and gingersnaps. If you are not worried about making the recipe keto, then those are great options.
Try sliced strawberries and bananas, apples, pretzels, or graham crackers.
Or you can mix it into Coconut Ice Cream or Keto Ice Cream along with crumbled chocolate chip Keto Cookies, to make keto cookie dough ice cream!!!
Of course, you can also just eat it with a spoon.
Ingredients for keto cookie dough dip
Here’s what you need: cream cheese or a plant based alternative, butter or nut butter of choice, sweetener, a little salt to bring out the sweetness, pure vanilla extract, and of course chocolate chips.
I recommend using either regular butter or a neutral nut butter unless you want a peanut butter flavor. Macadamia nut butter is a tasty and keto diet friendly option.
Any all purpose powdered or liquid sweetener will work. For the thickest texture, use powdered erythritol, xylitol, or a monk fruit allulose blend. Real powdered sugar is also fine to use for a non keto version.
If you are feeling adventurous, vary the flavor by stirring in sugar free white chocolate, semi sweet chocolate, dark chocolate, or Peanut Butter Chips.
How to make the recipe
Gather your ingredients, as well as a food processor or blender and a serving bowl.
Add the cream cheese, butter, sweetener, salt, and pure vanilla extract to the blending machine. Blend until the mixture is thick and completely smooth.
Turn off the machine, and stir in the chocolate chips with a spoon.
Transfer to the serving bowl, then serve and enjoy.
Refrigerated in an airtight covered container, leftovers should last around three to five days. For best creamy texture, we do not recommend freezing this dessert dip.
The recipe was adapted from these creamy homemade Coffee Truffles.
Blend all of the ingredients except chocolate chips until smooth. (I used a Cuisinart Food Processor.) Stir in the chocolate, then serve and enjoy. Refrigerate leftovers in a covered container 3-4 days.View Nutrition Facts
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