My Sugar Free Keto Anzac Biscuits are a nice tribute to our Anzacs and deceivingly low carb.
Traditionally made a with a lot of sugar, oats and flour this version is just a wee bit different.
This keto Anzac recipe is on we can enjoy with our family and friends. If you don’t tell them these keto Anzac biscuits are sugar and grain free they may never even know.
How To Make Them
I find using the Sukrin products you get a good consistency for a keto cookie recipe and despite what you may think is a lot of sweetener in these cookies, they are not particularly sweet. Learn more about the keto sweeteners the good and bad.
That is why I have given you the option of adding just a little cinnamon. While cinnamon is not sweet it enhances the natural sweetness in baked goods like these cookies.
This sugar free Anzac biscuit recipe is easy to mix together with out any special equipment. It takes very little time to make. Just allow plenty of time for cooling on trays as it takes time for them to firm up.
I would love to see a lot of testers trying them out and letting me know what you think and if you have come up with some other versions. I am going to do another crisp version as well but maybe not the way everyone will think of. If I get what I am thinking to work I will be pretty excited.
I hope you love them. Let me know how you go below or if you have tried them with other ingredients, or tried the crispy version.
Want more sugar free biscuit recipes?
Here are some of my favourite sugar free biscuit recipes. Every recipe is created with a lot of love and attention.
I always want to create low carb biscuits that are well, like a biscuit.
Over the years I have had lots of fails to get the right consistency for the perfect sugar free cookie/biscuit recipe. Try some of these and let me know what you think.
Keto Anzac Biscuits
- 130 g (4 ⅗ oz) butter
- 3 tablespoons (3 tablespoons) Gold Fibre Syrup
- 1 tablespoon (1 tablespoon) water
- 1/2 tsp (1 tsp) bicarb soda
- 60 g (3/7 cups) flaked almond
- 3/4 cup (3/4 cups) desiccated coconut
- 50 g (1 ¾ oz) hemp seeds See Note 7
- 160 g (1 cups) almond meal
- 150 g (⅘ cups) white sweetener like monk fruit or erythritol
- 1/2 tsp (½ tsp) baking powder omit if making crispy
- 15 g (½ oz) beef gelatin
- 1 tbsp (1 tbsp) coconut flour
- 1/2 tsp (½ tsp) vanilla
- 1/2 tsp (½ tsp) cinnamon this is not traditional but adds a nice bit of spice
- Preheat oven to 160℃ fan/180°C static/365°F. Line 2 large baking trays with baking paper.
- Add butter, syrup and water to bowl and microwave on high for 2 minutes.
- Fold through the remaining ingredients until well combined.
- Roll approximately 35g balls of mixture into a small ball. Place onto the prepared tray and flatten slightly. Leave plenty of room between each biscuit as the mixture will spread.
- Bake 15-18 minutes or until lightly golden. Remove and cool on trays for 5 minutes before lifting onto cooling trays and let cool and set for 1- 2 hours before serving.
- Preheat oven to 160℃ fan/180°C static/365°F. Line two large baking trays with baking paper.
- Add butter, syrup, and water to the mixer; cook 2 min/90℃/speed 1
- Add the remaining ingredients; mix 15 sec/speed 4. Follow from step 4 above
These biscuits can be frozen.
First, out of the oven the biscuit will be soft but will crisp up after a couple of hours cooling.
Cool Anzac’s on a wire tray
Nothing Naughty Gold syrup has the same viscosity of golden syrup it cannot be replaced with any other low carb product to achieve the same texture. If preferred you can try extra gold sweetener, but this has not been tested.
Beef gelatin helps provide the chew in a low carb Anzac biscuit.
Hemp seeds provide fabulous plant-based protein and loads of health benefits. If you do not have any, please substitute chia seeds.
Your Own Notes
35 responses to “Keto Anzac Biscuits”
Wow these are just delicious. I made them on Anzac Day. Even though I’m in Spain at the moment. They are so much better than the original. And I really had to hold back on nibbling at the raw dough. They appear slightly darker but I used chia as it was in my pantry and wanted these to share with my hiking friends tomorrow. I need to hide them from my husband also.
Thank you for sharing 🙏😘