Easy Low-Carb Whoopie Pies

These Easy Low-Carb Whoopie Pies are super simple to make. Get ready for smiles all around because these Grain-Free treats bring joy to any chocolate dessert lover.

stacked grain-free whoopie pies

Woohoo for Whoopie Pies! I don’t need to tell you how magical a good Whoopie Pie is.

First of all, it’s just fun to say- and certainly fun to eat as well as being satisfying to gaze upon—similar to stepping into your favorite bakery and seeing the rows of napoleons, eclairs and tarts– your senses are overwhelmed in just the right way. But as where an eclair is meant to be savored bite by bite, the whoopee pie is meant to be devoured. And I know what you’re thinking—shut up already and tell me about the recipe!

Keto Whoopie pie closeup

The luscious cream cheese filling in these pies is sandwiched between our keto cookie-cake rounds. We tested a super fluffy, puffy variety as well as firmer cookies.  But we created a happy medium that has all the yumminess of cake with a touch of cookie to it– they’re soft with a hint of chewiness.

low-carb whoopie pies overhead photo

I’m happy to say that these can be made quickly, the entire process including baking and assembly comes in under an hour. This is especially good news when cravings are strong!

These can also be frozen, so you can take one out at a time–this is a good way to keep yourself from inhaling the whole batch. We all know how easily “one more bite” can turn into “now where did they go?!” 😂

Whoopie pies with raspberryTips:

  • We do recommend sifting the dry ingredients together, it’s not absolutely essential, but it makes a special difference!
  • We used an ice cream scooper to scoop up the batter but if you have some pastry bags on hand, you can pipe each round onto the parchment paper in a method similar to piping macarons-just larger. You can use a toothpick to even them out.
  • To spice things up, you can add food coloring to the frosting and experiment with your favorite flavored extracts–pastel colors look particularly pretty with chocolate. Add strawberry, cherry or almond extracts to the cream cheese filling in place of the vanilla. (Cherry Chocolate Cheesecake Whoopie Pie anyone? Yum!)

Grain-Free Sugar-Free Whoopie Pies in container

If you love this recipe, we think you’ll also love our:

Keto Supreme Cookie Bars

Low-Carb Red Velvet Cupcakes

Low-Carb Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake

Enjoy The Recipe, Happy Baking!

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Keto Whoopie Pies, Gluten-Free with milk

Easy Low-Carb Whoopie Pies


  • Author: Lila Ruth
  • Prep Time: 20 min
  • Cook Time: 12-14 min
  • Total Time: about 35 minutes
  • Yield: 7 whoopie pies 1x
  • Diet: Gluten Free

Description

*5.7 net carbs per serving

*Swerve has zero net carbs


Ingredients

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For The “Cookies”

  • 2 cups almond flour (Bob’s Red Mill)
  • 1/2 cup Swerve Granular Sugar Replacement
  • 1/3 cup cocoa powder (we use Droste brand for extra rich color and flavor)
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder (Hain brand is grain-Free)
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup + 1.5 tablespoons full fat coconut milk (or you can use half + half instead)
  • 2.5 tablespoons olive oil (or oil of choice)
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tablespoon apple cider vinegar or white vinegar

For The Cream Cheese Filling

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Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Line 2 cookie sheets with parchment paper.
  3. In a large bowl, whisk together almond flour, Granular Swerve, cocoa powder, baking powder and baking soda. (Sift this flour mixture into another bowl for finer texture).
  4. Add eggs, milk, olive oil, vanilla extract and apple cider vinegar. Blend with whisk until everything is evenly incorporated. Batter will be thick.
  5. Using an ice cream scooper, scoop the batter (just half a scoop each) and place it onto your parchment paper lined cookie sheets.
  6. You can use a toothpick to even out the circles, they should be roughly about 2.5 – 3 inches inches in diameter and create plenty of space between each round as the batter will spread while baking.
  7. You’ll have 15 rounds total–that makes 7 whoopie pies with one extra cookie in case one falls or breaks.
  8. Place your cookie sheets into the oven, one on the top rack and one on the bottom. Bake for 12-14 minutes, then let them cool completely.  They will firm up a bit during the cooling process.You can place the cookie sheets into the freezer for 15 minutes if you’re in a hurry, works like a charm.
  9. Make your filling while you’re waiting for the cookies to cool: With a hand mixer, blend together your softened cream cheese and butter.   
  10. Run a thin spatula under each cookie to free it from the parchment paper. Flip half of them over–these are the cookies you will spread the filling on. Pipe or spread filling and place a cookie on top. Repeat until you’ve constructed all 7 whoopie pies.
  11. Serve and enjoy! Place any leftovers in an airtight container to keep them moist and refrigerate.
  12. *See Tips section in post above for filling color and alternate flavor recommendations.
  • Category: Low-Carb
  • Method: Baking
  • Cuisine: Desserts

Keywords: low-carb, keto, whoopie pies, creme pies, chocolate, cream cheese, gluten-free baking, dairy-free, grain-free, snacks

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8 Comments

  1. What in the world these look SO delicious! I think I’ll take your advice and freeze them because I will definitely scarf these down fast Haha! Great work so talented!

    1. Aw haha yes! It’s much safer to freeze them. 😉 Thank you my friend, they really are a treat!

  2. These Whoopie Pies are perfection! Your photos are suberb and clearly show the deliciousness of these decadent treats. Can’t wait to try them 🙂

  3. Question — On the nutrition facts, it says serving size 1/2 whoopie pie. So eating an entire pie would be roughly 11g net carbs?

    1. Hi! Yes, that’s correct, one serving is half a Whoopie Pie (5.7 carbs), it’s 11.4 net carbs for each whole Whoopie Pie. We cut them in half ahead of time so we just take out 1 serving for dessert. It’s a rich, satisfying treat, 1/2 is worth every bit. Hope you enjoy them! 😀

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