No Bake Coconut Clusters
Are you looking for a quick and easy keto coconut cluster?
Then, you'll want to make these no-bake chocolate almond and coconut clusters.
They are quick to make, require no baking, are keto-friendly, and your kids will love them too.
But, if you are looking for a standard chocolate chip cookie recipe, then go here.
No-Bake Keto Coconut Clusters
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- 3.5 ounces of dark unsweetened baking chocolate
- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon of confectioners erythritol sweetener
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
- 1/2 a cup of sliced almonds
- 1/2 a cup of big coconut flakes or big chips
- Melt the baking chocolate and coconut oil together in a small sauce pan over low heat, whilst stirring.
- When the chocolate is melted, add the sugar and vanilla and stir until mixed in.
- Remove from the heat and mix in the almonds and coconut flakes.
- Scoop the mixture into bite sized clusters and drop them onto parchment paper.
- Let the clusters harden in the fridge for about 30 minutes.
Enjoy or store the clusters in an airtight container.
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.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 96Total Fat: 9gCarbohydrates: 4gFiber: 2gProtein: 2g
Nutritional information can vary depending on the specific ingredients you use. Always double check with a carb calculator like MyFitnessPal.
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.
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 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, why not consider getting one of these melting pots that will melt your chocolate within 10 minutes and is easy to clean.
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!
These tasty recipes are all made with five ingredients or less and have five or fewer net carbs.
Or check out our keto diet snacks, which includes nine popcorn substitutes.
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