Keto Kookie

By March 2, 2017 December 5th, 2017 Uncategorized

Keto Kookie

I get told ALL THE TIME “I don’t have the time to cook.” ALL-THE-TIME. If this is you, Keto Kookies are just the treat for you! Since I get told to find keto foods that do not need to be baked or cooked please do not judge me for promoting things that I search and search for that are truly keto and without terrible and harmful ingredients such as flaxseeds, chia, sucralose and other chemicals. I love to bake cookies with my little munchkins but for those of you who don’t these cookies are something that I endorse and my kids love; KETO KOOKIES!


You can watch how much Kai loves Keto Kookies (as well as being on camera!) in this video. This video was taken the day I picked up my family from the airport after they landed in Hawaii. I can’t tell you how nice it was to serve Real Good Pizza and Keto Kookies. Yes, I usually don’t mind baking but I was just coming home from my presentation at Low Carb Breckenridge and having easy keto food was a lifesaver for me!

Keto kookie

If you are looking for a special keto treat for yourself or you kids, you must try these Keto Kookies. They come in Chocolate Chip and Snickerdoodle. Both of which were surprisingly amazing. Keto Kookie really gets it right! Remember my article on Keto Baking Tips? and how I suggest blending natural sweeteners to get the best flavor? Keto Kookie does this. It looks like they use a lot of ingredients but they are blending sweeteners to make the tastiest cookie.

Click HERE if you would like to give them a try!

Keto kookie



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Maria Emmerich

About Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • Cathy says:

    Chia seeds are harmful and terrible? You’ve used them in the past, what is happening??

  • Sharon says:

    I thought that flaxseeds and chia were healthy and are okay on the keto diet. Have I been misled?

  • Karen Smith says:

    Why are chia & flaxseed bad?

  • Lisa says:

    Yeah, me too. What’s wrong with flaxseeds and chia???

  • Kathi West says:

    Hi Maria. I’m confused about the whole “net carbs ” thing. For instance, the Keto Cookies. I understood that if you’re doing keto that you should could actual carbs. I’ve been plateaued at my current weight for about 4 months. I only have 11 lbs to go. But, no matter what I do, I can’t seem to get there. I’m not cheating. I’m following recipes out of your books. I’m afraid if I do the net carb thing, I’ll gain. Can you give me some advice? Thank you!

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      The only carbs I subtract are Erythritol carbs because they aren’t digestible. I automatically subtract them from all my recipes so you can just use total carbs with my recipes. With products like this you can subtract the erythritol carbs. So they are 8g total carbs.

  • Laura says:

    Hi Maria,

    Thanks for scouting products that help with not having to cook.
    I was actually in your site to ask if you’d ever consider running a business to sell ready-to-eat keto meals.
    I used to go to Snap Kitchen, and I’ve been very pleased with it, but they’re not Keto. Now that I’ve been following the Ketogenic diet for about 6 weeks, I pretty much have to cook everything to make sure I’m not eating unwanted junk, but with a full time job and 3 little ones, I’d much rather pay for the meals. I got your “cleanse” book, and I’m enjoying all your recipes, but I know I can only do it for so long.

    I think you’d be very successful in a business of this type or being the Keto creative mind behind a business that’s already established like Snap.


  • Vanessa says:

    Hi Maria, I follow your blog and have read your books but recently purchased ketosticks just to check I was in ketosis. The instructions then confused and worried me as the stated if ketones were present in your urine then you were in ketoacidosis which was not good.
    I have followed your keto for over a year and feel good but please clarify things for me. Many thanks.

  • Foodie says:

    Is this a sponsored post for their cookies? I saw the same on All Day I Dream About Food and have a blog as well. Do you do sponsored posts for products you like?

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      This is not a sponsored, no. I do have affiliate accounts with the products listed on the right column but I don’t do sponsored posts. I just post products I find that I like. 🙂

  • Ilisa Ailts says:

    Hi Maria, Sorry you have to reply to the same Q over and over, but thank you for doing so and for your patience and dedication to all of us. Yummy cookies! I cannot wait until the day we walk through the Walmart (or wherever!) pre-packaged aisles and find only healthier options like these. (I would hope someday, for our kiddo’s sake)!

    • Robin says:

      JUST SAY NO, NO, NO TO WALMART!!! They are a horrible company!

      That said, it’s one thing to say that flaxseeds and chia are “bad’. But seriously, how much do you have to eat for it to be of any effect? I doubt a MiM is going to do any harm. My doc had me at one time adding flaxmeal to foods to pull excess estrogen from my body.

      • Maria Emmerich says:

        There are three kinds of estrogen in the body and flax raises the bad estrogen. So you really don’t want to consume it at all.

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  • Ana says:

    I had no idea about chia and estrogen, thanks for the info.

    I got terrible rashes, rather like my reaction to gluten, and finally traced it to chia by doing an elimination diet. I searched the net for similar reactions and found hundreds of posts by people who experienced similar, and also gastrointestinal issues, some quite severe, from ingesting chia.

    Obviously, I stopped eating chia, and went back to hemp seeds. They don’t thicken, but love the health benefits and their flavour.

  • Mary says:

    Is flaxseed oil also bad like flaxseeds?

  • vini says:

    Confused as at the bottom of Judy Baker’s related blog post on flax, it mentions the benefits of chia over flax.

  • Kathi West says:

    Hey Maria,

    I’m gearing up to do your 30 day cleanse. I was marking my calendar and making my grocery lists for the various weeks. When I go to the week that says “day 22-30” I find that it only goes to day 28. Am I missing something? Is this really a 28 day cleanse or did you intend for some fasting to happen somewhere in the process?

    Thank you!