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No Bake Coconut Clusters

​Looking for a quick and easy keto cookie?

Keto No Bake Coconut Clusters

Then, make these no bake almond and coconut clusters. They are quick to make, requires no baking, are keto friendly and your kids will love them too...

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​No Bake Almond and Coconut Clusters

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Low Carb No Bake Coconut Cookie

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Yield: 12 Clusters

No Bake Coconut Clusters

No Bake Coconut Clusters

Easy no bake low carb chocolate and coconut clusters...

Prep Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Melt the baking chocolate and coconut oil together in a small sauce pan over low heat, whilst stirring.
  2. When the chocolate is melted, add the sugar and vanilla and stir until mixed in.
  3. ​Remove from the heat and mix in the almonds and coconut flakes.​
  4. ​Scoop the mixture into bite sized clusters and drop them onto parchment paper.
  5. ​Let the clusters harden in the fridge for about 30 minutes.

Enjoy or store the clusters in an airtight container.

Notes

For flavor variations, be sure to check out our tips and other ideas.

If you count net carbs, then deduct the fiber from the total carbs.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

12

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 96 Total Fat: 9g Carbohydrates: 4g Fiber: 2g Protein: 2g
Nutritional information can vary depending on the specific ingredients you use. Always double check with a carb calculator like MyFitnessPal.

Nutrition

Depending on the size of your clusters, you can expect to get 12 almond and coconut clusters.

The macros will vary depending on ingredients and the actual size of each snack.

The following is the macros per cookie, assuming 12 cookies from the batch. 

  • Calories - 96 
  • Net Carbs  -  2 grams 
  • Fat  -  9 grams
  • indent
    Protein  -  2 grams

​​Variations and Ideas

​For a more intense flavor, lightly toast the coconut and almond chips in the oven for a few minutes. Let them cool down before covering them with the chocolate mixture.

Instead of baking chocolate, you can also use a 3.5 oz 85% dark chocolate bar. If you do, use less sugar as these chocolate bars contain some sugar.

You can also make these without sugar, as the coconut is naturally sweet. 

However most bakers find that these are not sweet enough, so add more erythritol or a little liquid stevia.

I find melting chocolate messy and you lose some of the chocolate that gets stuck in the pot or microwave dish. If you regularly melt chocolate, then why not consider getting one of these melting pots that will melt your chocolate within 10 minutes and is really easy to clean.

Looking to buy cookies, then you may want to try these Fatsnax Cookies...

For another keto no bake cluster idea, watch Gayle Mcleod from Low Carb Recipe Ideas make this chocolate almond crunch cluster. 

She melts a dark chocolate slab with coconut milk, powdered sugar and stevia. She then drops this mixture onto almond portions. (3 almonds per portion)

Let us know which recipe you will be making...

I find melting chocolate messy and you also

lose some of the chocolate that gets stuck

in the pot or microwave dish. If you

regularly melt chocolate, then consider

getting one of these melting pots that will

melt your chocolate within 10 minutes.

Looking for more keto dessert recipes? Then you might like Dessert in Five...

Dessert in Five

​These scrumptious recipes are all made with 5 ingredients or less and have 5 or fewer net carbs.

Or check out our keto diet snacks, which includes nine popcorn substitutes.

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Keto No Bake Almond and Coconut Clusters

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Noline
 

Noline is a chartered accountant and therapeutic reflexologist who converted to the keto lifestyle after losing 55 pounds without counting calories or starving herself. She is a student of Professor Tim Noakes and the Nutrition Network and feels compelled to share the low carb lifestyle with as many people as possible. She does this at Essential Keto where she shares resources, recipes and her experiences, whilst working on losing that last 10 pounds.

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Susan - February 4, 2019

I don’t know what kind of erythritol was used in this recipe. I use Swerve and 1/2 T is not nearly enough for baking chocolate! I kept adding tablespoons, then had to add coconut oil because it became too thick. I also added a dash of salt and another 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. Adding a spoonful of nut butter balanced out the flavor more to me. Then I had more chocolate, so added more coconut & nuts. But my taste test was yummy! I plan to sit them in the refrigerator to set up.

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Dena - August 19, 2018

Yikes, these are bitter! Definitely need to adjust this recipe for a little sweetness.

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    Kiana - January 31, 2019

    Very bitter. I had a batch of it that I didn’t know what to do with since I couldn’t eat it.

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Jade - July 20, 2018

The link to the unsweetened chocolate is a 12oz bar that is $84!!! I will find a suitable substitute for Canadian bakers 😉

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    Noline - July 28, 2018

    That is crazy. I can’t see to which product Amazon divert Canadian visitors, when the US product is not available. But once you mentioned it, I searched the Canadian store and like you I found nothing at a reasonable price. 🙁

    Please share an alternative when you find one.

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    Tammy - August 5, 2018

    It’s $24 USD for 6 (4oz) bars. $1.04 per oz. Not sure where you get $84?

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      Noline - August 7, 2018

      Hey Tammy, this was in the Canadian store. The US price is very reasonable.

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Janee - July 7, 2018

These are a great idea. I think this recipe definitely calls for more sweetener- they are too bitter otherwise. Aside from adding more sweetener I also added a small sprinkle of sea salt on top once slightly set which was really tasty.

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Val - May 27, 2018

Made them they are ok but not sweet at all, very bitter.

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    Noline - May 31, 2018

    I am very sorry, they didn’t weren’t sweet enough. I am going to retest the recipe, but I think sweetness is very much a personal preference. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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Hope Gonzales - May 13, 2018

I made these but YES, needed more sweetness… So, I added about a teaspoon of liquid stevia & it’s now soooo yummy!!! THANK YOU! I’m happy these were so quick & so easy!

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    Noline - May 14, 2018

    Hey Hope, I am happy you enjoyed them. Thank you for the feedback. 🙂

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Jeff - May 5, 2018

Finished my first batch about an hour ago. Very good and simple but I’ll add a little more erythritol next time. Thank you!

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    Noline - May 7, 2018

    I am glad that you enjoyed them Jeff, thanks for sharing.

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Debra - April 14, 2018

I put in the vanilla then the powdered erythritol started to stir and it changed to one big blob. no way to mix in almonds.

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    Noline - April 16, 2018

    Hi Debra, I am really sorry the recipe didn’t work out for you. 🙁

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    Joyce - November 20, 2018

    You may have over heated the chocolate. A double boiler is the best way.

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Stephania - March 28, 2018

Can i make it with coconut sugar instead off the stevia

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    Noline - April 2, 2018

    Hey, if you are not counting carbs, it should be okay. If you do try it, please let us know how it worked out?

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Saritah - February 7, 2018

What are the Macro’s on these?

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    Noline - February 15, 2018

    I added the macros, enjoy…

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      Donna - February 13, 2019

      I still don’t see any macros. Where are they listed? Thanks.

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        Noline - February 14, 2019

        Hey Donna, the macros are under the nutrition section, which is below the recipe and above the variations and ideas. Enjoy…

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Caitlyn - February 6, 2018

These are delicious!! Really easy and quick to make. I didn’t have coconut oil on hand so I used olive oil – Still so delicious. These are definitely going to a staple in our now keto Home! Thanks for sharing!!

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    Caitlyn - February 6, 2018

    Also do you have the nutrition facts for this, ie carbs, fat, protein and calories?

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      Noline - February 15, 2018

      I am happy that you enjoyed them. I have now added the macros. Enjoy…

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Phyllis - February 3, 2018

What is powdered sugar like zylitol or erythritol?

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    Noline - February 15, 2018

    Hey Phyllis, the correct term is really confectioners sweetener. 🙂 I have added a link in to make it clearer. Thanks for your question.

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Michelle - January 26, 2018

Can you provide the nutritional value for this recipe?

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    Noline - February 15, 2018

    Hey Michelle, I added the nutritional values. Enjoy…

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mama owl - January 20, 2018

WAIT! recipe says unsweetened baking chocolate but the link sends you to cocoa powder! which is it? i used baking chocolate not cocoa powder!

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    Noline - January 27, 2018

    Thank you for letting me know that I linked to the wrong page. I have corrected it now. You definitely want to use baking chocolate and not cocoa powder. 🙂

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mama owl - January 20, 2018

i don’t necessarily like overly sweet things. i have more of a savory tooth, but this was severely lacking in sweetness! i ended up putting the equivalent of 1/2 cup sweetener and it still was not sweet enough! ?

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    Noline - January 27, 2018

    I am sorry this recipe didn’t work out for you.

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Kay - January 14, 2018

Also, maybe I missed it, but what is the total carb count per cookie? Thanks.

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    Noline - February 15, 2018

    The net carb per cluster is 2 assuming you get 12 clusters. I now added the detailed macros.

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Kay - January 14, 2018

What is vanilla essence?

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    Noline - February 15, 2018

    Hey Kay, it is vanilla extract. I updated the recipe to make it clearer. Thanks for asking.

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Bobbie L Martinolich - January 12, 2018

look and sound delish. Do you know the macros for them? and are you using unsweetened coconut?

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    Noline - February 15, 2018

    Hey Bobbie, I have now added the macros and yes I use unsweetened coconut.

    Try them and let us know how you liked them…

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Michele - January 3, 2018

These were delicious

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    Noline - January 18, 2018

    Happy to hear that, thanks for your feedback. 🙂

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Tara - December 19, 2017

I added 2 drops of liquid stevia and they turned out perfectly! Thanks for sharing.

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    Noline - January 18, 2018

    I am glad you enjoyed them Tara. Thank you for the feedback. 🙂

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Renee - December 2, 2017

These are good, although I think they could use just a little more sweetness. Easy to make and satisfying.

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    Noline - December 4, 2017

    Thank you Renee, I am glad you enjoyed them.

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Shirley Downing - November 27, 2017

I did enjoy your video on the low carb coconut almond clusters

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    Noline - November 29, 2017

    Good to hear that, thank you Shirley.

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