Almond Caramel Prebiotic Cookies (Keto)

These are possibly the highest fibre cookies you will ever sink your teeth into. The more I read about our precious microbiome, the more I realise how we need to nurture it. Soluble fibre is essential for the probiotics in our colon and we need to do everything we can to ensure they are well-fed and looked after. Many foods that contain prebiotics (soluble fibre) are too high in carbs, which is why I love inulin powder. The one I use is made from chicory root and you only need 5g a day (5g = 0.4g carbs). I stir inulin powder into my yogurt every day (that’s a double-whammy: a probiotic and prebiotic all-in-one-bowl!), but here I decided to add it to my cookie mix. The high-fibre, sugar-free syrup I use is also packed with fibre – resulting in these delicious cookies coming in at only 2.7g carbs and a whopping 16g fibre each!

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Carbs 2.7g | Fat 14g | Protein 4.1g
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Almond Caramel Prebiotic Cookies (Keto)

Delicious caramel-flavoured cookies with just a hint of almond. These cookies have further been enhanced with inulin (a prebiotic) which nurtures and nourishes our precious probiotics. (For my UK readers, scroll to the end of the recipe to see image ads of the products I use.)
Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine General
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 12 cookies



  • Preheat the oven to 180°C (fan oven). This is 200°C for conventional ovens (or 400°F / gas mark 6).
  • Line a large baking tray with parchment paper.
  • Combine the extra-fine almond flour, inulin, baking powder and salt in a bowl. Gently melt the butter in a small pan - and allow to cool a little before whisking into the egg. Add the liquid stevia to the egg mix. This is what you should have ready:
  • Working very quickly, add the SUKRIN syrup to the egg mixture, then immediately pour the egg/syrup mixture into the bowl of flour.
  • Combine well until it comes together as a sticky, wet mixture.
  • Drop 12 even-sized balls of mixture onto the tray, allowing enough space between each one. Bake for 15-16 minutes, quickly opening the oven to turn the tray halfway through.
  • Remove gently and set aside on a cooling rack. Store in a sealed container. I love these dipped in coffee!

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Calories: 152kcal | Carbohydrates: 2.7g | Protein: 4.1g | Fat: 14g

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Calories                        152Kcal / 636kJ
Fat                                14g
Carbohydrates              2.7g
Fibre                             16g
Protein                          4.1g


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