Sugar-Free Sugar Cookies for a Healthy Christmas Treat (+ a GIVEAWAY!)

UPDATE: The giveaway is closed, and the winner has been contacted. Thanks for playing, everyone!

At the request of a reader, I wanted to share with you my sugar-free, gluten-free Healthier Sugar Cookies. That sounds like an oxymoron, right? Stay with me here. These cookies smell and taste just as good as the cut out cookies I’ve made every year since I was little using grandma’s recipe. The aroma of sweet cookie dough (i.e. buttery vanilla-y goodness!) filled the kitchen as I gingerly rolled out the dough.

Sugar-Free Sugar Cookies (Gluten-Free, Low Carb) for the holidays

I used my grandmother’s antique cookie cutters to cut the familiar shapes that remind me of so many past Christmases. The dough I worked with was sugar-free, but the steps for making the cookies, and the accompanying feelings of nostalgia were the same.

Antique Cookie Cutters

I posted variations with and without sugar to accommodate both low carbohydrate  and paleo/primal eaters.

If you make these cookies sugar-free using erythritol, xylitol, and stevia, they will always be soft at room temperature. Cakes and pies are so much easier to de-carb than cookies because they don’t rely on sugar for their structure or texture as much. There is, however, a solution to this textural issue. To achieve that delightfully crispy sugar cookie texture, store your sugar-free “sugar” cookies in the freezer. Seriously! Straight from the freezer, the texture of these cookies is perfect. They’re not icy – just delectably crispy. In the sugar-free recipe, I used a blend of xylitol and erythritol, since the texture of cookies is much better with a mixture of the two sweeteners than with erythritol alone.

To make these cookies paleo, use honey and palm sugar as the sweeteners, and arrowroot or tapioca starch in place of the grain flour called for in the recipe. Made with honey or palm sugar, the cookies will be crispy initially, and soften over time, at room temperature. They, too, will taste crispy straight from the freezer.

PSA: Be sure to keep these treats away from your pets! Google xylitol and dogs for more information.


Healthy Sugar Cookies

3 Tablespoons unsalted butter OR coconut oil
1 1/2 cups blanched almond flour
1/4 cup millet flour* OR tapioca starch**
1/8 teaspoon sea salt
Sweetener options:
-2 Tablespoons xylitol + 2 Tablespoons erythritol + 1/8 + 1/16 teaspoon pure stevia extract powder
-1/3 cup unrefined sugar or honey + 1/8 teaspoon pure stevia extract powder

1/2 egg yolk
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract

*You can substitute quinoa flour, rice flour, or sorghum flour for millet flour.
**You can substitute arrowroot starch for tapioca starch

Whisk together dry ingredients excluding the erythritol and xylitol. Cream xylitol, erythritol, and butter together until fluffy and smooth. Beat in egg yolk and vanilla. Beat in dry ingredients until dough comes together, then shape the dough into two balls. Wrap dough balls in plastic wrap and chill for at least 1 hour. The dough won’t hold together as well if it isn’t chilled long enough. Roll out dough between two sheets of wax paper or parchment paper, peeling off the top sheet and flipping the dough over on to the other sheet as you roll it out. Flipping the dough and peeling off the top sheet every time you roll the dough with your rolling pin a few strokes ensures that the sheet of dough won’t stick to the paper. Once dough it rolled to 1/8“ thickness, cut it into shapes with cookie cutters and bake them on an insulted cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.  Bake cookies at 325 degrees for 13-15 minutes, or until the edges barely brown. Let cookies cook on sheet one minute, then transfer them to a wire rack to cool down completely.  To ensure that moisture doesn’t form underneath the rack, prop it up on top of a couple of drinking glasses! I read about this trick and have used it ever since to avoid soggy cookie bottoms. Store cookies in the freezer between sheets of wax paper. Keep cookies frozen and eat straight from the freezer for the best taste and texture.

~53.5g net carbs, 1499 calories per entire batch of cookies using xylitol, erythritol,
and stevia

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The winner of this giveaway will win a $50 shopping spree at, shipping and handling included! This contest is open to U.S. and international residents. A winner will be picked on December 31st. If the winner lives outside the U.S. (includes Canada), he or she would be responsible for any customs fees, duties, and taxes. Leave a comment with your email address for a chance to enter. If you create a Facebook post or Tweet about the giveaway with a link to this blog post, you’ll receive an extra entry in the contest.

UPDATE: The giveaway is closed, and the winner has been contacted. Thanks for playing, everyone!

  • Heather

    Wow these cookies look delicious! Sugar cookies are my favorite holiday cookie. Thanks for the recipe and the giveaway. Happy Holidays!

  • JennM

    These look delicious! Can't wait to try them. :)

  • Maria

    This looks like a great recipe. I'll have to give it a try. My family isn't a fan of the stevia taste, but these might change their minds :-)

  • Dawn

    Wow! Just in time- tomorrow I need to make cookies – these would be perfect!

  • Dawn

    I just Tweeted about your contest, too!

  • Marolynne

    Mmmmmmm a sugar free cookie recipe. I will stick with room temperature since I like my cookies soft!

  • Amey

    Your recipes have been a great resource for me. I'm diabetic and gluten sensitive so it's hard to find gluten free things that are also sugar free. Posted the link to my Facebook page too.

  • CNHolmberg

    Ah, coconut oil! That stuff is so expensive, I will surely check iHerb out!

    Thanks so much!

  • Judy W

    Thank you again for helping me to get healthy while NOT being deprived!

  • Patricia

    These look great! Your cookie cutters are just like my mom's set. :) Thanks for posting all these great recipes!

  • Chef Rachel

    Wow! These look and sound great! I would love to try these and win the giveaway too!

  • Sarah M

    Those look great! I'm mad impressed by anyone that can create gluten (and grain!) free roll-out anything. Must try.

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  • Kid Feed Mommy

    Your grandma's cookie cutters are beautiful! Nice work with the recipe. Also, I love iHerb! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  • Anonymous

    It's fascinating reading about your concoctions! I need to win the gift card so I can try out all your cool recipes.
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  • Christina

    Your cookies look amazing! I'd love to win the giveaway!

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  • Denise

    These look good! I never thought about eating them from the freezer, good tip.

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  • Anonymous

    Your blog has been such a blessing to me as a mom with a newly diagnosed son with type 1 diabetes. My family has enjoyed several of your recipes without a spike in my son's blood sugar. Thank you so much for all your hard work.

  • Marisa

    I'll still be making these, even after Christmas ;)

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  • Mama’s Boys

    Thanks for the giveaway, and especially for all your hard work in coming up with these great recipes! Merry Christmas!

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  • Mama's Boys

    Thanks for the giveaway, and especially for all your hard work in coming up with these great recipes! Merry Christmas!

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  • xi

    i love sugar cookies, but always turned away from them sadly. thanks for the beautiful receipes!

  • WinterRose

    Oh yay! I love and find that a lot of the things I need are much cheaper there than places like Whole Foods… even better than Walmart (like the coconut oil)… thanks so much for doing this giveaway!

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  • Deanna G.

    Those do look very yummy! :)

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  • astraystar

    I can't wait to try these – mmmmm
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    and I just posted a tweet, but seem unable to figure out how to post it to here. My name on twitter is also astraystar and not sure if I used the eastlink or gmail adress but the username is the same :)

    Merry Christmas!

  • Diane

    These are similar to another recipe I have and they are really good…Can't wait to try yours! Hope you have a wonderful holiday. Diane

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  • Arielle

    Looks yummy!

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  • Melissa E

    Thanks for the yummy recipe! I can't wait to try it! Thanks for doing such an awesome giveaway!

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  • Allie Tries to Cook

    I'd love to do these for my daughter's school treat for her birthday!

  • momentary lapse

    I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes so this looks like a great recipe I can actually eat myself.

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  • DinaBee

    The dough is chilling in my fridge as we speak. Just FYI – the directions don't indicate when to add the egg and vanilla. I assumed after the butter/sugar subs are creamed. Also, I'm making them to bring to a party, so I used a stick of butter and doubled everything else. Added a bit of cinnamon – not sure what the final baked cookie will taste like, but the dough was great! :)

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  • Kathleen Conner

    You've certainly got me in the mood for tomorrow!

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  • Jeanne

    Merry Christmas Lauren–thanks for all you share

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  • Zenspinner

    I really want to try these…at the moment I don't know where my cookie cutters are. In storage, probably. But someday soon when I find them, I'm gonna make these for my low-carb-eating fiance!

  • Rebecca

    I have been searching the web for a sugar cookie recipe like this 7 was just about to purchase some erythritol for the first time to make some of your other recipes! This is going on the top of my list! Great giveaway!! I am Merry Christmas!

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    Thanks for the opportunity

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  • Ann Katherine

    Do you also have a recipe for sugar free icing for these? Love the cookie recipe. I will have to give it a try. :)

  • Anonymous

    Great giveaway Lauren. I have been following your blog for a couple of years now and am also an iherb customer. Thanks Lauren and keep giving us the recipes.

  • Jillian

    These look awesome, cant wait to try them.

  • eclairre

    Great giveaway. Thanks a ton! eclairre(at)ymail(dot)com

  • Glenda

    Can't wait to try these.

  • indie

    The cookies look yummy!

    I would love to enter the giveaway :)

    Merry Christmas

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  • Anonymous

    These look incredible!!!!

  • Laurie – Autobiography of Craft

    Ooh, these look great. I'm done with my holiday baking, but I'll have to keep these in mind for next Christmas. Or maybe New Year's cookies can become a new tradition?

    arcencielgal @ yahoo . com

  • Cherie

    Thanks Lauren, these look so good. Can't wait to make them! I would also love the opportunity to try iHerb! I hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

  • Anonymous

    These look beautiful & delicious.

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  • Anonymous

    Great cookie recipe. I'm finding more of my friends are going gluten-free and it really helps to have something around they can eat!

    thanks for the great giveaway!

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  • LMS

    Your recipes are amazing! No weird diet food after tastes, just amazing awesomeness!!

  • Barry

    nice. thanks for the contest. merry holidays

  • Anonymous

    Love your blog!! Thanks for the giveaway offer to win.

    I also facebook posted with link to your blog.

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  • Anonymous

    Thanks so much for the great recipe!! I'm going to try it tomorrow!

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  • PJ

    Fun recipe! I've got a batch of coconut flour brownies in the fridge…can't wait to try them.

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  • Suzi

    These look to beautiful to be healthy! Great job converting a Christmas tradition. Next year I'll try these instead of my sugar laden ones…

  • Anonymous

    these look great! love the healthy baked goods!

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    These are awesome…my kids loved them

    • Lauren Benning

      Steph, I’m so glad they turned out well for you!

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  • dori

    OHHH! Have been dying to try xylitol-thanks for the chance to win!

  • Cara

    Great job with these cookies! I'd love a chance to stock up on some iHerb goodies :)

  • Kris

    I'd love to try this company out! These cookies look fabulous! Can't wait to try them! Thanks so much!

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  • Sarah

    these look so good!
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  • Anita Husevåg

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  • Pam

    I love your blog, Lauren and have been a reader for a long time. I love to be creative in the kitchen and you are a constant source of inspiration for me. Thanks for sharing your gift and efforts with the world! Pam

    P.S. Have you ever tried low-carb, grain-free Halva? I love the Achva sugar-free marble Halva, but would love to be able to make it at home. Any experience with it? Thanks!

    • Lauren Benning

      Pam, I have not tried making Halva. Do you have a recipe for it? It looks beautiful! I would wager that a sweetener like Swerve, mixed with a little bit of honey, would yield the best results since Halva involves tahini. Nut butter are high in fat, and tend to work best with a tiny bit of real sugar added to the mix.

  • crazywoman

    Thanks Lauren!! They look really good.
    Also, thanks for the giveaway! I created a Facebook link. (Do I need to give you a link to it?)

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  • Jen

    These cookies look delish! I'm excited to try them this weekend (Christmas Break counts as a holiday too!… Right?) :P

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  • Anonymous

    Can't wait to try these cookies. Thanks for iherb link.

  • Kelly

    These cookies look delicious! And thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  • Deerskin

    I think my family is going to throw me out of the kitchen at the rate I keep hogging it to test out various recipes…but I refuse to stop! This one goes on the list right after I finish the last round of truffles.


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  • Deerskin

    Ach, that's what I get for submitting too fast. Tweeted as well.

    (And it's sweet of you to do this, thank you!

  • Amy Cherry

    I love your site and iHerb, too! Just made your Healthy Chocolate Cake (with the beans!)which is a total favorite in my household. I'm depleted on lots of my healthy ingredients after the holidays so I'd love to win the iHerb giveaway. Thanks for sharing all your delicious recipes and making living a healthier lifestyle so much easier and tastier!

  • Claudine

    Another fantastic recipe, thanks so much – can't wait to try it! Thank you for the giveaway. :)

  • cheesemaker

    My daughter,grandchildren and I made a family recipe for giving. Now I can make these beautiful cookies for my husband and I. Thank you for a wonderful recipe and the effort and time you put in to make my life sweeter.

  • Anonymous

    I can't wait to try these cookies.

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  • Anonymous

    Tempting as these look, I'm still reeling from what I only refer to as the great magic cookie bar incident of '11.

    Winning the iherb contest would make my month!!! Harstine at gmail. Thank you!

  • Anonymous

    So many new recipes I need to give a try while I've got time away from school! jessielharding @

  • Sara

    Mmmm, will have to try these! And please enter me in the contest!

  • Unknown

    Thank you so much for this recipe! I'm anxious to try it. And thanks for the freezing tip! I'd love to be entered in the contest as well!

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  • Mimi

    These cookies look amazing and I am going to try them. Would never have thought of the freezer.

  • Jacob Danks

    This looks like a great recipe. Thanks!

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  • Nancy

    Yum I want to try these!
    please enter me in the contest!

  • Nancy

    I just facebooked this as well

    so please enter me again!

  • Melissa Rio

    I made these for our Christmas party and no one could tell they were healthy. AWESOME! Thanks for all you do (:

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  • Becky

    Sugar cookies!! I think I have everything to try these! Thanks for all you do…

  • JennM

    Ooops, I was the second commenter, but I forgot to include my e-mail address. Here you go: jennleighmason at gmail dot com.

    Thank you for hosting the giveaway and for all of your fabulous recipes!

  • Barbara

    Haven't tried these yet, but have tried lots of your other recipes, with great success. And you have the most awesome pics! Would love to enter the giveaway –

    • Lauren Benning

      Thank you, Barbara! Have you gotten the chance to try the cookies yet?

  • Anonymous

    You have a great blog! Please enter me into the contest so I can try more of your recipes :)

    • Lauren Benning

      Thank you for the kind words!

  • junebug561

    The cookies look great. I only have one complaint. ANTIQUE cookie cutters!!!! I used those exact same cookie cutter when I was litte and my mom made sugar cookies. They were definately not antiques back then. ;-).

    • Lauren Benning

      June, I take it back! They’re “retro.” ;)

  • Boboelink

    How do you make the frosting on the sugar cookies? These look so yummy.

  • Lauren

    Bobo – The frosting I used was the cream cheese frosting that went on the carrot cake I posted here:

    I dyed it with food coloring. Hope that helps!

  • vinay

    Your cake looks fantastic by the way!

    • Lauren Benning

      Thank you, Vinay! Have you gotten the chance to try it yet?

  • Amelia

    Thanks for this healthy cookie recipe, I'm gonna make heart-shaped cookies for Vday! It's time to practice.

  • Michele

    Would this work with coconut flour as the gluten free flour? Or maybe flax seed meal/flour?

    I'm on the hCG diet and will be making these for Valentine's Day, while I'm on phase 3 of the diet, which means I can have no sugar or starch. I love your website as MANY of your recipes are usable for me during this time of my diet.


    • Lauren Benning

      Hi, Michele! Coconut flour would make these cookies turn out dry. I’ll update the recipe this year (2013) with a grain-free version.

  • Michele

    Love your site!

  • JoAnne

    Do you have any other suggestions for a gluten free flour substitute? Flax meal? Coconut flour? Sunflower seed meal? etc

    • Lauren Benning

      Hi, JoAnne! If I figure out how to make these grain free, I will update the recipe.

  • Lauren

    JoAnne – Unfortunately there's not a substitute for g-free flour that would yield the same taste and texture.

  • meg

    If anyone figures out how to make these successfully without egg please email me @ or post about it here! I keep trying different things but haven't found the solution yet and I want for them to work out so badly. Ener-g brand egg replacer doesn't yield successful results in this. Ends up too crumbly to form together

    • Lauren Benning

      Meg, do you eat honey? If so, I have a great egg-free recipe for you.

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  • Lauren A

    Hi Lauren,
    I do not have millet flour. Would oat flour or buckwheat flour work?


    • Lauren Benning

      Lauren, thanks for your question. Either flour would work. However, buckwheat will lend a very strong flavor to the cookies.

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    what did you use to decorate the cookies?

  • Brenda

    I just found your website and really want to decrease our sugar and grain intake. I am enjoying the recipes. Thanks

  • Caz

    Hi there, i live in south africa and we do not get the almond flour. can i just substitute it all for just gluten free flour?

    • Lauren Benning

      Hi, Caz! Great question. Without almond flour, these cookies would be too dry.

  • Jodi B.

    Hi all! I have to tell you, I made these last night with my kiddos…..and they turned out fabulous! I mean, like really fabulous! Very buttery rich and sweet…perfect! I did use oat flour and I used erythitol and xylitol combo. I added in a table spoon or two of agave because I wanted added sweetness. Only thing I would change for next time is double maybe triple the recipe and make cookies thicker. I think I will use this recipe for my holiday cookie exchange this year! Thanks Lauren!

    • Lauren B.

      Glad to hear the cookies turned out cookie exchange worthy! That’s high praise. :D Thanks for the feedback, Jodi.

  • Heidi Hovan

    Thanks for the great cutout cookie recipe!

  • Marianna

    Can’t wait to give these a try.

  • Laurie

    I look forward to trying these out in the next couple of days. Thanks so much for all your hard work.

  • Dawn

    Have you figured the carb count?

  • Barry

    How about coconut flour instead of the millet?

    • Lauren B.

      Hi, Barry! I’m a big fan of coconut flour. It’s just not ideal for this particular recipe. :) It would yield a dry, rubbery texture that isn’t cookie like. I discuss the low carb flours I use in the E-book, so check it out if you’d like to know more!

  • Metqa

    Okay, Lauren, I’ve got a query for you. You mention using the freezer after these have been baked. Do you have any experience with storing the unbaked dough in the fridge or freezer? I’d like to make this ahead of time to take to my parents home so that there will be no excuse not to have good sugar free cookies, but I doubt mom will let me use her kitchen , as she’ll be using it like a headless chicken. So can I premake this a week in advance and chill it or freeze it and thaw it later to roll out and cut and bake?

    • Lauren B.

      Metqa, your comment about your mother made me laugh! You can definitely freeze or refrigerate the dough. It will roll out good as new when you thaw it out a bit. :) Hope you and your parents have a lovely holiday together.

      By the way, what do you think of the new site? You are the first visitor to leave a comment since it was launched! It’s great to see you commenting again.

      • Metqa

        Oh, I’m Loving it! I’ve been all over it all afternoon, when I should have been out raking leaves! LOL. I knew something was different, It’s very bright and cheerful and easy to navigate, not that it wasn’t before, but it seems much moreso now.
        I need to make some more of your yummy recipes. They have always helped me to resist temptation. I think my favorite has to be the Reptar Bars! Rawwr! Plus it’s fun to say “I made this” and then give folks the link to your site.
        Oh, and I haven’t kept up with time, but congratulations on Graduating!

  • egg yolk

    Great blog here! Also your website loads up fast!

    What web host are you using? Can I get your affiliate link
    to your host? I wish my web site loaded up as quickly as yours lol

  • Sweaty Jain

    I have truvia only and coconut sugar. can that be a replacement and if so how much

    • Lauren Benning

      Sweaty Jain, 1/4 cup Truvia and 1/4 cup coconut sugar should be enough to sweeten the cookies. Taste the batter and add more coconut sugar if needed. Remember to grind your sweeteners to a powder in a coffee grinder or Magic Bullet before adding it to the dough. Hope that helps!