Crispy, crunchy keto coconut cluster goodness. A crunch you can actually hear! Crispy toasted coconut and chewy nuts, plus crunchy seeds make for the best keto coconut clusters.
The Salty & Sweet Keto Treat You’ve Been Searching For – Keto Coconut Clusters!
Happy Christmas Eve Eve! Are you all ready for Christmas? Or have you already celebrated your holiday, and are just settling in for a few days off from work… and perhaps some good time with family? As for me, Erik and I are baking up a storm (surprise, surprise) and looking forward to closing out the year. I decided to sneak in one last keto treat before the holidays: today’s keto coconut clusters! They’re everything you could hope for: crunchy, chewy, salty, sweet, packed full of coconut (and a few other goodies) and totally keto-friendly plus low carb. Ready to bake this? Let’s get started!
The Ingredients You Need to Make this Keto Coconut Clusters Recipe
- Keto honey: one of my favorite keto-friendly ingredients to use. Delightfully low carb, wonderfully thick like honey, with a delicious, warm sweetness.
- Raw coconut chips
- Raw pumpkin seeds
- Whole flax seeds
- Sea salt (optional)
Are Coconut Clusters Keto Friendly?
As you know, not all coconut clusters are created equal. Some are chockfull of sugar, others high in carbs, but low in sugar. Some are full of all kinds of crazy ingredients.
Today’s coconut clusters are keto-friendly. There is no added sugar in this recipe. There are just 1.6g of net carbs per cluster, making it low-carb!
How to Make Keto Coconut Clusters
The more I bake keto treats, the more I simply love it. So simple, so easy, so delightfully guilt-free. My mom’s not allowed to have too much sugar, so I make sure to keep these keto recipes in mind for her snack time. Learn how to make this keto clusters recipe the easy way:
Preheat the oven to 325°F. Grab your favorite large baking sheet and line that sucker with parchment paper. This’ll make it easy to remove the keto coconut clusters.
Add all ingredients to a large mixing bowl. This includes coconut chips, pumpkin seeds, pecans, almonds, flax seeds, keto honey and sea salt. You can leave out the sea salt if you’re watching your sodium intake. 😉 Using a rubber spatula, stir and fold everything together until every bit of nuts or seeds are fully coated in keto honey.
Now, pour the keto cluster mixture evenly over the baking sheet you prepared earlier. Spread everything out into an even layer first, then use the spatula to poke little divots into the layer. At this time, create little piles aka clusters.
Bake for about 20 minutes. Cool for half an hour and enjoy the best keto coconut clusters!
More Keto Snacks to Keep You Low Carb
- keto peanut butter chocolate chip cookies
- how to make keto candied pecans
- 3 ingredient keto peanut butter balls
- keto granola bars
- 4 ingredient keto peanut butter bars
- low carb keto coconut ice cream
- keto chocolate peanut butter cups
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Happy Holidays and Happy Eating – Keto-Friendly Style!
Whatever you’re celebrating, wherever you are, I hope you spend some much-deserved time relaxing, recharging and finding some joy with your loved ones. Just know that I’m grateful for you. ‘Til the next keto adventure…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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