Edible Cookie Dough – Low Carb Dessert An easy 5 ingredient low carb dessert for delicious edible cookie dough! This cookie dough low carb dessert is flour free and sugar free!

edible cookie dough in a ball on a plate

We all love some chocolate chip cookie dough straight out of the bowl when we are making cookies. Who cares about raw eggs!  Am I the only one that eats enough cookie dough while i’m making cookies that is equivalent to about 5 cookies?  I HAD to make a sugar free and low carb version of Edible Cookie Dough for my cookie loving self…it’s one of my favorite Low Carb Desserts!

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This recipe is so easy with only 5 ingredients!  The only things you’re going to need for this low carb dessert are softened cream cheese, softened butter, sweetener, vanilla, and chocolate chips.

I first put all of the ingredients except the chocolate chips in a bowl and mixed them together very well with a mixer.

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Then I folded in the chocolate chips to the edible cookie dough.  I used Lily’s chocolate chips that are sugar free but you could use any chocolate chips you like.

This is such an easy low carb dessert recipe!

chocolate chips added to edible cookie dough

After it’s all mixed together, just eat this edible cookie dough with a spoon.  But remember this low carb dessert is mostly butter and cream cheese so it is very rich!

edible cookie dough on a plate

Edible Cookie Dough - Low Carb Dessert

An easy 5 ingredient recipe for delicious edible chocolate chip cookie dough! This cookie dough is flour free and sugar free! 
4.6 from 10 votes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 6
Calories: 220



  • Mix together the cream cheese, butter, sweetener and vanilla in a medium bowl with a mixer.
  • Fold in the chocolate chips with a rubber spatula
  • Transfer to an airtight container and keep refrigerated.


For 1 serving (1/4 cup): 220 calories / 2.83g protein / 3g carbs / 23g fat


Calories: 220kcal
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    • Kristin
    • July 16, 2019

    This recipe is keeping me on track! I have made it twice and love it!!! Thank you! I added a tbs of shredded coconut to my second batch and fewer chips just for something different! This is a fantastic and easy recipe.

    • Heather
    • June 28, 2019

    My daughter and I just made these…. we love them!!!! Thanks for the amazing recipe!

    • FloridaMomof3
    • June 16, 2019

    Not bad but tastes like cheesecake batter rather than cookie dough

    • bree
    • June 2, 2019

    Been on keto for a week and i love this recipe, rich and hits the spot when the sweet tooth craving hits, i didn’t have lily’s dark choc chips so i cut up a block of 95% dark chocolate, they came out looking like cookies and cream icecream! tastes like cheesecake truffle. going to add cinnamon next time 🙂 thank you for the great recipe.

    • Nicole
    • May 16, 2019

    Way too good.

    • Dani Walsh
    • May 7, 2019

    This has become my favorite keto dessert recipe and a great way to bust sugar cravings! I prefer to make this then let it chill in the fridge over night. The consistency becomes much more dough like! Great job!! ❤️❤️

      • jenniferbanz
      • May 8, 2019

      So glad you like the recipe!

    • G
    • April 21, 2019

    Wonderful recipe. Added two tbsp unsweetened coconut flakes… Ups the carbs a little but so Delish!! Thanks for the recipe!!🙂

    • Neecy
    • April 10, 2019

    Has anyone ever tried making this with coconut flour? If so, how did it taste?

    • Morgan
    • March 6, 2019

    Not bad, but shouldn’t be called edible cookie dough when it’s nothing like cookie dough. Should be called cheesecake bombs or something

    • Chemaine
    • March 6, 2019

    Would a Monkfruit sweetener work in this recipe?

      • jenniferbanz
      • March 6, 2019

      yes, that should work

    • Lisa
    • February 10, 2019

    Could you call these fat bombs?

      • jenniferbanz
      • February 11, 2019


    • Melissa
    • January 8, 2019

    When I put this in my fitness pal (even without choc. chips), it says there are 7 carbs. What am I missing since this says it’s only 3?

      • jenniferbanz
      • January 12, 2019

      my fitness pal doesn’t deduct erythritol from the carbs which is the sugar alcohol.

    • Michelle Corona
    • December 5, 2018

    Made this last night! Omg good. It last like cheese cake cookie batter. I’ll be honest it’s not exactly like cookie dough, but how could it. It doesn’t have the gritty sugar and flour. I consider my self a pick person on low carb diet and this recipe did the trick for me. No funny after taste… just sweet goodness. Taste even better the next day. Definitely making again. Thank you for the recipe!

    • Barbara
    • October 24, 2018

    Not sure if I would call it a cookie dough when it comes to texture. Doesn’t taste bad just doesn’t have a dough-like consistency.

      • jenniferbanz
      • October 24, 2018

      Dough=flour which of is not low carb. sometimes we have to make sacrifices in texture for low carb

        • badgrgrrl
        • November 27, 2018

        I’m sensitive to texture and I won’t eat shirataki or substitute cauliflower for “rice” or “pasta”. If there’s a way to make this taste AND feel like cookie dough, I’m listening. If it doesn’t have the texture, there’s no real point; I’ll keep looking for something that is dough-like, not just sweetened paste.

        • jenniferbanz
        • November 27, 2018

        Then I guess this recipe isn’t for you. You will have a tough time finding something with the same texture, as that texture comes from white flour. I miss it, too.

    • Cailyn
    • October 18, 2018

    Made it without the chocolate chips bc I’m weird and always want the sweet soft batter without the hard chocolate chips lol. SUPER SWEET. One could even do one tbsp of stevia and be fine, or take out the vanilla extract. However, I softened my butter and cream cheese (it didn’t begin to melt) and after mixing everything in it turned to an ugly lumpy mush… Still tasted great though(: Thanks for sharing!

      • jenniferbanz
      • October 19, 2018

      Did you use swerve or stevia? If you use stevia you would need much less.

        • Shannon
        • December 14, 2018

        I am making this tomorrow. If I use stevia how much should I use? I just have stevia packets. Thanks so much!

        • jenniferbanz
        • December 14, 2018

        I am not sure about the stevia. I would add one packet at a time and adjust

    • Sabrina Khoury
    • September 11, 2018

    Just made this! I love it, it tastes like cheesecake. Thank you soooo much!

      • jenniferbanz
      • September 12, 2018

      So glad you liked it!

    • Nan
    • August 24, 2018


      • jenniferbanz
      • August 25, 2018

      This is a no bake recipe

    • Angel
    • August 19, 2018

    Can you use Splenda?

      • jenniferbanz
      • August 20, 2018


    • Cassidy
    • June 15, 2018

    Can I use regular sugar instead of swerve?

      • jenniferbanz
      • June 18, 2018

      Sure! It just wouldn’t be low carb

    • Danielle Freeman
    • May 22, 2018

    I used splenda brown sugar and OMG amazing. More like cheese cake though.

    • Katie
    • April 29, 2018

    Love this recipe so simple and tastes amazing!! It reminds me of chocolate chip cheesecake. I am so happy I found something to satisfy my sweet tooth and is low in carbs 😁

      • jenniferbanz
      • April 30, 2018

      So glad you liked it!

  1. Reply

    Definitely going to be trying this. We’re going to be making some keto cookies this weekend. This seems pretty simple to just sit and enjoy

  2. Reply

    Oh My Goodness – This looks sooooo yummm!! I’m 100% sure if I make them, they’ll disappear in an instant 🙂 Definitely pinning this for a movie night snack

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    Oh, my goodness… I don’t think I should have read this post because now all I want is (a) to gobble this down and (b) run to the kitchen and make this asap!!!

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