"Lemonk” Low-Carb Vegan Lemon Cookie Recipe

The ChipMonk Vault is open once more! Today we’re sharing our recipe for delicious, tangy lemon cookies. Light and airy, these “LeMonk” cookies are made with chia seeds and lemon zest that deliver the perfect lemon sensation to your taste buds! Perhaps the craziest thing of all? They’re VEGAN and only have 1g net carb each. Let’s jump in!


“LeMonk” Lemon Cookies

(Low-Carb, Vegan, Gluten Free, Keto And Diabetic Friendly)

  • Servings: 20
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes



    Optional: 1 Tbsp of Lemon Juice (this will give it an even bigger lemon flavor). Fresh juice from an actual lemon is best but you can also buy it in a bottle at your grocery store.


      1. Preheat oven to 350 °F
      2. Place your chia seeds into a small bowl. Add 3 Tbsp of water and mix thoroughly. Put in a refrigerated space and let sit for 15 minutes
      3. Microwave the coconut oil for 30 seconds to melt, but it shouldn't be hot or too liquid.
      4. Place the coconut oil into a mixing bowl and beat with the sweetener and salt. Add the vanilla extract, lemon extract, lemon juice (optional), and chia seed mixture, mix together.
      5. In separate bowl, combine dry ingredients (almond flour, xanthan gum, baking powder, and lemon zest)
      6. Using a cookie scooper, place scoops of dough onto a baking pan lined with parchment paper
      7. Bake for 12 minutes (at 6 minutes, take pans out, rotate positions, and put back in the oven)
      8. Let them cool, and serve. Keep in an airtight container.

      NOTES / TIPS

      If you’re short on time and would rather just buy some delicious low-carb cookies, head over here and order a box! We can ship directly to you: ChipMonk Products



      When prepared via the above instructions, each cookie clocks in at 90 calories, 8g of fat, 2g of protein, and just 1g net carbs. Note: Net Carbs = Total Carbs - Dietary Fiber - Allulose Sweetener.

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