Overhead view of Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies on a white surface that are studded with chocolate chips and chunks.

Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies


Indulge your sweet tooth with those Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies (and receive our 3 strategies for making healthy baked products )!

A cookie cutter made for cookie fans. 

There are several things as yummy and reassuring as a chocolate chip cookie still warm from the oven. Soft and garnish using melty chocolate bits which have not even had the time to place. You understand just what I’m referring to and now that I’ve your FULL cookie-loving focus, let us discuss those Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies which are every bit as great from the oven since they are the following day and another (because I am going to assume right now that you are already likely to make a double batch…).

Close up shot of a Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookie made with Wholesome Allulose Zero-Calorie Granulated Sweetener.

A game made in cookie paradise.

Chocolate and mint collectively are, for a number people, a more natural and more intoxicating set than peanut butter and jelly. Dark and wealthy + cool and sharp, these Low Sugar Double Chocolate Cookies remind me of this Thin Mints I adored as a child (and peddled to everyone I understood as a Girl Scout). 

While they are not chocolate coated, these Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies are studded with chocolate chips. ) And that the best part is they’re not packed with sugar and starch, making them a cure that I could feel good about sharing with my loved ones. In truth, they are not made with almost any sugar in any way, but instead a new all-natural sweetener, Wholesome Allulose.

A clear glass bowl with dry ingredients to make Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies featuring Wholesome Allulose Zero-Calorie Sweetener.

What is Allulose? )

In the event you have not discovered, allulose is a natural, zero-calorie sweetener that is naturally found in figs, raisins, and kiwi. It’s not especially practical to extract which sweetness in yourself, so choose to utilize Wholesome Allulose instead, a tasty calorie-free granulated sweetener that tastes just like sugar using a gentle, clean sweetness, no bitterness, and no aftertaste. Allulose is ideal for people that are wanting to reduce their sugar consumption whilst enjoying an occasional sweet treat. It dissolves readily with granulated and liquid choices and may be substituted for sugar in cakes, breads, biscuits, muffins, and sandwiches if you need a softer, fluffier texture. 

Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies on a parchment lined baking sheet ready to go into the oven.

What we adore about Wholesome Allulose.

Other compared to the simple fact that it is a excellent way to reduce the glucose content of our favorite baked goods and also for adding a little bit of sweetness to oatmeal, hot cocoa, coffee, or tea, it has no aftertaste and can be slightly sweet. We also adore that Wholesome Allulose is free of additives and tastes which makes it the great zero-calorie sweetener. Wholesome Allulose is Non-GMO Project Verified, Keto Certified, Gluten-Free, Vegan, and Kosher and contains zero glycemic effect. 

Now with Wholesome Allulose, that you are able to create your favorite baked goods sweet without all the sugar. But do not stop there because we have got a couple more hints for creating your baked products healthier. 

A stack of four Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies on a wire cooling rack ready to be enjoyed!

3 Tips for Making Healthier Baked Goods

  • Add healthful carbohydrates — Mix on your favorite seeds or nuts for crunch, taste and healthful fats. Chopped walnuts could require those Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies over the top (believe: mint brownie).
  • Lower the sugars With most baked products, you may safely decrease the amount of sugar called for in the recipe by 1/3 or even 1/2 without affecting the flavor or feel. It’s often tricky to substitute granulated sugar with sweeteners that are liquid, particularly in cookie bites, so we like that Wholesome Allulose is a granulated sweetener (11/3 cups sweetens like 1 cup of sugar) since it does not alter the feel of the batter or dough. 
  • Use dark chocolate to get an antioxidant boost — As you understand, we are about everything you ADD than that which you must take out, so obviously, we would suggest the addition of high quality dark chocolate (70% cocoa or high ) or utilizing cacao instead of coconut cocoa. You may also stir in a couple of tablespoons of cacao instead of some of the flour in many recipes to add a subtle chocolatey taste plus a dose of antioxidants (cacao is also a fantastic addition to your favorite slow-cooked chili to improve the taste ).  

A pile of Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies on a round, black cooling rack next to a bag of Wholesome Allulose Zero-Calorie Granulated Sweetener.

Here’s to loving your favorite cure made obviously candy — and those Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies — minus the sugar wreck. 

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Let’s Get Cookin’

Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies

  • Author: Jessica Beacom
  • Prep Time: 20 mins.
  • Cook Time: 11-13 mins.
  • Total Time: 30-33 mins.
  • Yield: 22 biscuits 1x
  • Cuisine: Grain-Free, Vegan Option
Low Sugar Double Chocolate Mint Cookies studded with chocolate chips and chunks on a white surface surrounded by fresh mint leaves.

Ingredients

Ingredients:

  • 2/3 cup Wholesome Allulose Zero Calorie Granulated Sweetener
  • 1 cup (6 oz ) chocolate chips, split (we utilized sugar-free chocolate chips for a non sugar alternative )  
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil
  • 11/2 tsp. peppermint extract 
  • two 1/2 cups finely ground almond milk
  • 1/4 cup + two Tbsp. Cocoa powder
  • 1/2 tsp. Baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp. Salt
  • two big eggs*

Instructions

  1. Preheat the toaster to 350℉. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking cubes. 
  2. In a small saucepan over medium-low warmth, mix 2/3 cup chocolate chips and coconut oil. Stir always until just melted and smooth (you do not need the chocolate to be too hot). Remove from heat and stir in peppermint extract. Set aside. 
  3. In a medium bowl, combine together the almond milk, Allulose granulated sweetener, cocoa powder, baking powder, and salt. 
  4. To the bowl, add the melted chocolate and egg whites. Mix to blend well. Fold from the additional 1/3 cup of chocolate chips (ensure that the dough is not too warm differently the chips will melt). 
  5. With that a spatula, scoop the dough (about 2 Tbsp.) Into balls and drop them on the prepared baking sheets. The dough will be slightly sticky and you need to wind up with approximately 22 balls. 
  6. With marginally moist hands, press the dough to form into biscuits about 1/4-inch thick (dough won’t spread out considerably with coconut ). Top every cookie using a couple additional chocolate chips if desired, marginally push them in the dough. 
  7. Bake the biscuits in a skillet for 11-13 minutes, rotating the pans from front to back and top to bottom halfway through baking time. Remove biscuits in the oven and let them cool on the baking sheets for 10 minutes prior to transferring to a wire rack to cool completely

Notes

*For an egg-free (vegan) alternative: Mix two Tbsp. flax meal + 7 Tbsp. Water and allow the mix to sit for 5-10 minutes to thicken before adding into the bread and chocolate mix. 

Cookies can be kept in a covered container on the counter for up to 5 days or frozen for longer storage. )  

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1 Cookie
  • Calories: 139
  • Sugar: 1g
  • Sodium: 70milligrams
  • Fat: 13gram
  • Carbohydrates: 11gram
  • Fiber: 7g
  • Protein: 4g

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