Super Simple 2-3 INGREDIENTS Keto Sugar Free Biscuits


Super Simple 2-3 INGREDIENTS Keto Sugar Free Biscuits: 1g carbs each. Probably the healthiest biscuits in the world.

Super Simple 2-3 INGREDIENTS Keto Sugar Free Biscuits

Nope. It’s not a mistake. You can really make these keto biscuits – cookies, if you’re US based, with just 2-3 ingredients. Confused by the 2-3 element? Read on and it will become clear…

It all started with a jar of smooth almond butter that had been forgotten in the back of the cupboard. Its best buy date was in the not-so-distant past, and it seemed wrong to ditch it. So I took an impromptu decision to use the nut butter to bake something. Immediately. Otherwise it would have gone back in the cupboard and who knows how long it would have stayed there before I remembered it again.

I hadn’t planned to bake before seeing the forgotten almond butter jar, so I quickly decided on biscuits. They are, after all, the quickest and least messy thing to make in a hurry. Without a recipe to follow or even take inspiration from, my thinking – to begin with, was to mix the nut butter with egg, almond flour, maybe cinnamon and vanilla and possibly some butter if the mix looked too dry.

So step one was to whip out the contents of the jar and stir to amalgamate the oil that had separated.

Step two was to add an egg for its binding qualities.

I never got to step 3. As soon as I started combining the egg, the nut butter turned to a thick paste. No kidding. In literally seconds, I went from stirring thick liquid to stirring a very oily ‘dough’. That’s when I thought to myself: sometimes less is more, what if I bake it as it is and see what happens?


So I did. I quickly formed biscuits by hand and baked them.Super Simple 2-3 INGREDIENTS Keto Sugar Free Biscuits

They turned out impossibly good!  My Super Simple 2-3 INGREDIENTS Keto Sugar Free Biscuits were an improvised success. My always-happy-to-oblige testers were unanimously impressed, although two of them commented that they would have preferred the biscuits to have more sweetness. I couldn’t agree more. Lovely. Crunchy on the outside with a  softer middle. A nice ‘snap’ (as good old Mary Berry would say) and natural flavour. But my sweet tooth wasn’t entirely convinced. 

With that first batch devoured in minutes,  I wasted no time and went off to buy another jar of almond butter, eager to have another go. This time I added sweetener. Two -in fact, as I used my fail-proof erythritol + stevia combo. Again, the biscuits were amazing. Better than without sweetener, in my opinion. My testers loved them, but they were divided. Some preferred the first, unsweetened lot, some preferred this one. Oh well. You can’t always please everyone.Super Simple 2-3 INGREDIENTS Keto Sugar Free Biscuits

Since then, I have to admit to having made a batch of Super Simple 2-3 INGREDIENTS Keto Sugar Free Biscuits every week. They are so ridiculously easy, quick and gorgeous, that it’s difficult to resist making them.

Which nut butter to use for Super Simple 2-3 INGREDIENTS Keto Sugar Free Biscuits. 

 I’ve played around with other nut butters, including a super smooth, all natural, 100% Sicilian almond paste kindly donated by my friend Milena. She’s a super talented ice cream maker who uses only the very best, unadulterated natural ingredients she finds in Italy. It’s a real shame that Italians tend to snub sugar-free ice cream, because Milena makes fabulous almond, pistachio, chocolate, gianduja and hazelnut ice creams sweetened with stevia that is to die for! Anyway, digressing. Sorry!Super Simple 2-3 INGREDIENTS Keto Sugar Free Biscuits

The biscuits will turn out fine with just about any nut butter, but avoid cashew because it’s very high in carbs. Bear in mind that some nuts release more oil than others, so your results will vary. And don’t forget that your macros will be different as well. My preference is for almond butter. This is the one I use. You can make your own nut butter, simply by grinding and stirring nuts until they release their oil and continuing to grind and stir until you end up with a paste. Or do it the easy way -as I do, and buy it ready to use in a  jar.

If you’re trying to go sweetness-free, opt for the 2 ingredient almond butter version. You may be pleasantly surprised. 



Nutrition Information
  • Yield: 10
  • Serving: 1
  • Calories: 116
  • Fat: 9.8g
  • Net Carbs: 1g
  • Protein: 4.8g
Recipe type: Biscuits
Cuisine: Ketogenic. LCHF. Sugar Free. Low Carb. Gluten Free. Grain Free.
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Whether you use just 2 ingredients for a natural flavour or add sweetener, these biscuits will amaze you!
  1. pre-heat oven to 180C static.
  2. scoop almond butter, including any oil that may have separated, into a bowl, beat with a fork, then combine the egg.
  3. (optional) add sweetener(s).
  4. wearing food grade disposable gloves (optional), form 10 walnut-size balls.
  5. press each 'dough' ball down on an oven tray lined with parchment paper.
  6. using the back of a fork, press down on the dough so as to create lines (optional).
  7. bake for about 12 minutes or until the edges start to become darker.
  8. remove from oven and allow biscuits to cool completely before handling.
The flatter you make them the crunchier they will be.
For additional crunch, bake for 2-3 extra minutes (but watch closely and remove them as soon as the edges start to brown).

Metric kitchen scales are an inexpensive yet invaluable gadget to enable accurate measurement of ingredients. Store them upright in a cupboard or over your worktop and they'll only take up a tiny bit of space. Click HERE for the ones I use (UK Link). For U.S. option click HERE.


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  1. Wow these are amazing. First biscuits we’ve eaten since starting keto 6 months ago. Hubby is really pleased he can have something with his coffee. Also bought your recipe book. Thanks for all the hard work you deserve a medal ??

  2. Pete Wil Iiams

    I gave them a go but they came out of the oven really crumbly and dry. I think I need to make a 2nd batch

  3. Kylie James

    Just found your site and this recipe, I added pure cocoa to make a lovely crunchy choc biscuit, so pleased. Thank you.

  4. Amazing recipe, thank you so much. I am looking forward to playing around with this recipe ? This is one of the best websites for keto recipes I have found. Thanks again

    • Aawww! So happy thay you like what you see…and very grateful that you’ve taken the time to write your comment. Play away, LOL, and please share your tips for other readers, if it’s not too much to ask. ❤️

  5. first time i have tried these and very new to Keto – a added a tbsp of raw cacao powder, same of xylatol and some salt (to bring out the chocolate) OMG….I have found almond butter in the UK in 1kg tubs – I will rationing myself to a tub a month max otherwise I will be eating these all day! Also found the magic of the egg mixing fascinating!
    Thank you so much!

    • Hi Ruth, thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. It’s funny, isn’t it? You read the recipe and think “This cannot possibly work, there are no dry ingredients!” … but then…it happens! Eggs truly are magic!

  6. The Best Recepie every
    I combined Almond Butter and Peanut butter and came out the best i ever done

  7. Hi QueenKeto..Thanks very much for this recipe. Gonna start getting the Ingredients together next week. I love biscuits so much and these would be perfect for the substitution for really Carbhorrific ones..Cheers

  8. Virginia Papyraki

    I am a mewbie, have started a while with keto and find absolutely fabulous!!Gongratulations Antya!!So many options!I would just like to ask if we can replace in the recipe, the almond butter with butter. Will it be ok?I am just asking for this possibility because in my place nut butters are not-yet- very easy to find.Thank you so much!

    • Hi Virginia, sorry, but you cannot replace the almond butter with butter. It is THE most important ingredient in this recipe. However, you can use a different nut butter, like PEANUT, or HAZELNUT, if they’re easier for you to find.

  9. 50p per biscuit is a bit much ?

  10. Made these the other day; really good. Made a variation a few days later, almond butter, egg yolks, cocoa powder and coconut flakes. Only baked for 10 minutes. Tasted like a cliff almond fudge bar.

  11. Marion Robinson

    I am so pleased Antya came up with these, as being a person who lives on a Keto diet I never have biscuits in the cupboard.When people visit, they get a coffee, & a comment ” Sorry, we don’t have biscuits in this house ” However, now I can whip these up in no time, as the simple recipe is nothing short of that well worn phrase, Amazing ! My Husband loved them. and even said ” That queenkETO lady, should be honoured by the other Queen. I think I’ll write to request it..I really had to laugh, as this is a man who actually LOVES biscuits,
    & would eat them everyday..well now he can x

  12. Thank you for sharing . I am excited to make these.
    You mentioned the sugar free ice cream , sounds delicious! Do you have any recipes for those flavors?

    • Hi Christine, my friend makes those ice cream flavours for sale in her gelateria. I’m currently working on some of them as home-made equivalents, but need refining before I share them. Thank you for your interest and kind comments.

  13. These look so good!!

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