Keto Pecan Pinwheel Cookies

Keto Pecan Pinwheel Cookies

Keto Pecan Pinwheel Cookies. You can bake, slice, and even freeze these sugar cookie-based keto pinwheel cookies rolled in a maple pecan filling. You won’t simply be charmed by the cookies’ recognizable spiral twirl.

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Keto Pecan Pinwheel Cookies. You can bake, slice, and even freeze these sugar cookie-based keto pinwheel cookies rolled in a maple pecan filling. You won't simply be charmed by the cookies' recognizable spiral twirl.

Keto Pecan Pinwheel Cookies
Yields8 Servings
 1 and a half cups almond flour
 One-fourth cup coconut flour
 ¼ teaspoon of salt
 ¾ softened cup unsalted butter
 Sugar-free sweetener in a half-cup
 Vanilla extract, 1 teaspoon
 1 ½ cups pecans, smashed
 ¼ cup maple syrup without sugar
 Egg yolks, two
 1 egg white, if desired
1

Mix salt, almond flour, and coconut flour in a medium bowl.

2

Add melted butter and sugar-free sweetener to a large bowl. Combine(electric mixer) the ingredients. include vanilla extract.

3

Mix the butter mixture with an electric mixer while gradually adding the dry ingredients until everything is incorporated.

4

Shape the cookie dough into a rectangle and place it on a parchment paper sheet. Put in the refrigerator for THIRTY minutes after covering with parchment paper .

5

Blender or food processor with chopped pecans. Pulse a few times to achieve a fine grind. Add egg yolks and maple syrup without sugar. Pulse to blend ingredients and create a paste.

6

Take the chilled cookie dough out. Roll out the dough into a broad rectangle that is 1/4 inch thick while preserving it sandwiched between the parchment sheets. Leave a 1/2-inch border all the way around the edges as you evenly distribute the maple pecan filling over the dough.

7

Roll the dough tightly, starting with the long end, and press to seal the seam. Refrigerate until solid, about 30 minutes, then cover in plastic wrap or parchment paper. A 350 degree oven is ideal.

8

Place cookie rounds on a baking sheet that has been prepared with parchment paper after cutting them off with a sharp or serrated knife. Egg white should be brushed on the cookies to give them a subtle gloss (optional). For TEN minutes, bake at 350 degrees. Remove from the oven. Allow to cool completely.

Ingredients

 1 and a half cups almond flour
 One-fourth cup coconut flour
 ¼ teaspoon of salt
 ¾ softened cup unsalted butter
 Sugar-free sweetener in a half-cup
 Vanilla extract, 1 teaspoon
 1 ½ cups pecans, smashed
 ¼ cup maple syrup without sugar
 Egg yolks, two
 1 egg white, if desired

Directions

1

Mix salt, almond flour, and coconut flour in a medium bowl.

2

Add melted butter and sugar-free sweetener to a large bowl. Combine(electric mixer) the ingredients. include vanilla extract.

3

Mix the butter mixture with an electric mixer while gradually adding the dry ingredients until everything is incorporated.

4

Shape the cookie dough into a rectangle and place it on a parchment paper sheet. Put in the refrigerator for THIRTY minutes after covering with parchment paper .

5

Blender or food processor with chopped pecans. Pulse a few times to achieve a fine grind. Add egg yolks and maple syrup without sugar. Pulse to blend ingredients and create a paste.

6

Take the chilled cookie dough out. Roll out the dough into a broad rectangle that is 1/4 inch thick while preserving it sandwiched between the parchment sheets. Leave a 1/2-inch border all the way around the edges as you evenly distribute the maple pecan filling over the dough.

7

Roll the dough tightly, starting with the long end, and press to seal the seam. Refrigerate until solid, about 30 minutes, then cover in plastic wrap or parchment paper. A 350 degree oven is ideal.

8

Place cookie rounds on a baking sheet that has been prepared with parchment paper after cutting them off with a sharp or serrated knife. Egg white should be brushed on the cookies to give them a subtle gloss (optional). For TEN minutes, bake at 350 degrees. Remove from the oven. Allow to cool completely.

Keto Pecan Pinwheel Cookies

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