Mom’s Coconut Chocolate Chip Bar Cookie - Low Carb & Sugar Free
These sugar free bar cookies are fun to make with all the layers. They are such a comfort food and remind me of some my mother made while we were growing up (thus the name).
I’ve made these for some of the pickiest eaters (ie. not stevia lovers 😉) and they were a big hit!
The glorious sweetened condensed milk is what make these layer cookies over the top amazing! Our homemade version is low carb, creamy, and oh-la-la delicious! I used a winning combination of vanilla stevia, pure stevia, and erythritol to avoid anything but “real” sugar vibes. Not to mention the browned butter process that adds a caramel aroma. The Keto friendly Sweetened Condensed Milk may take a few minutes to make but it’s worth it.
I love that these are easy to cut into squares and take to any potluck or family gathering. 
Let’s get to baking!
Mom’s Coconut Chocolate Chip Bar Cookie - Low Carb & Sugar Free
Crust Ingredients:
3/4 C. Almond Flour 
1/18 ts.  salt
2 TB. Butter
4 smidgen scoops Stevia Select pure stevia 
1. Preheat oven to 350 F
2. Put the butter in an 8x8 glass dish and place in the warming oven to melt the butter.
3.  After the butter is melted, remove the baking dish and add the rest of the crust ingredients.
4. With a fork, combine the ingredients completely and spread across the pan evenly. Now cover with a piece of plastic wrap and smash the ingredients into the bottom of the dish with the back of a flat cup. It will be a very thin crust. 
5. Now layer the ingredients below in the order listed.
Cookie Ingredients:
  • 1/2 C. Unsweetened Coconut flakes (not huge flakes or they will crumble easily)
  • 1/2 C. Chopped Walnuts *or nut of choice
  • 2/3 C.  Sugar free chocolate chips 
  • 1 C.   Homemade Stevia Sweetened Condensed Milk 
Return to oven on 350 F and place on lowest rack. Bake for a total of 15 min. and turn off the oven heat. Keep cookies in the oven an additional 5 min. Allow to cool slightly and then refrigerate 2 hours for easiest removal. Cut into 16 equal squares.
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