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This Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie comes together super duper quickly. Pop this in the oven while you’re eating dinner so it will be ready and cooling after you clean up the dishes.

Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie

Cook Time

I have the tiniest oven known to man, but it’s a workhorse. I set my oven to 350* and 20 minutes for this Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie. The center is slightly gooey and we like it that way.

Keep your cookie in up to 5 minutes longer for a more firm bake.

Oat Fiber

I have gotten so many questions regarding this ingredient for the Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie that I thought I would address this up front.

Oat Fiber is an ingredient that you will not use too often in your Keto kitchen, but I am starting to use it more and it has become a staple in my pantry.

First off, oat fiber is NOT oat flour. Big difference. Oat fiber is the hull of the oat that is then ground down into a fine powder. You can read the details by this oatmeal expert here.

Here’s the gist of what the oat expert, Joshua Bruck from says about Oat fiber…

“Oat fiber contains zero carbs, fat or protein. In addition to insoluble and soluble fiber, whole grain oats are also plentiful in carbohydrates, protein, vitamins and minerals.

Nobody wants to worry about getting enough fiber in his or her diet. For this reason, let’s discuss what oat fiber really is, where it comes from and how it can benefit you.

For anyone needing to enrich his or her body with extra fiber, then oat fiber may be the fix you are looking for. Each individual serving packs a hefty dosage of dietary fiber.

Oat fiber is virtually indigestible, and therefore it contains zero carbs and nutrients. The insoluble fiber helps reduce constipation, promotes a full feeling for long periods of time, and may help reduce overall LDL cholesterol.”

Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie

Subbing out the Oat Fiber

Here’s the deal….I make any recipe several times before I post on my website. The final recipe that gets to the website is usually what I think is the best version…including this Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie.

I used the oat fiber in this recipe to add fiber and texture to the cookie. I’ve tried keto chocolate cookies so many ways. Some versions were very good, others were either too dry, too crumbly, too mealy or a little off.

The oat fiber made this recipe have a really nice soft texture, while still being able to pick up the slice of skillet cookie to eat with your hand.

So…to sub or not to sub the oat fiber?

I think most people ask this because it’s not a regular item and they want to make that cookie. Ha…I get it.

So here’s my suggestion on subbing out the oat fiber…

The recipe calls for 2 tbsp of oat fiber. Try omitting the oat fiber and replacing with 1 tbsp of coconut flour OR 1 tbsp psyllium husk and mix it into the cookie dough.

Then assess the texture of the dough. Is it still a little moist? Add another tbsp of the coconut flour or psyllium husk. Remember that these two substitutions are VERY absorbent, so don’t overdo it.

Keto and low carb baking is not exact. Also everyone has a different palette. For success in a Keto baking you really have to play with it a little.

Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie Ready to Eat

Keto Baking Staples

All the items listed in this recipe can be found in my pantry. Here is a list of what I like to keep stocked.

Cast Iron Skillet or not?

Another work horse in The Kellie Kitchen is my trusty set of cast iron skillets. For this recipe use a 10-12″ skillet and bring it right to the table with a bunch of spoons.

The cast iron keeps this cookie dessert warm long after it has left the oven.

Don’t despair if you do not own a cast iron skillet. Any heavy oven proof 10″ skillet will do. I might suggest putting your regular skillet on a middle or upper middle rack for baking.

Cast iron is super heavy, so if you use a thinner oven proof skillet baking on a higher rack will help from browning on the bottom too quickly.


I suggest removing the Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet cookie in individual serving size wedges from the cast iron skillet. Store in airtight containers in the fridge or freezer for up to a week or two.

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I’ll teach you how to eat delicious food like this Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie and still lose weight, look great and feel AMAZING.

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Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie

Oh My Goodness! This Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet cookie will knock your socks off!
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: basic keto, chocolate, keto cookie, skillet
Servings: 10
Calories: 386kcal
Author: The Kellie Kitchen



  • Pre-heat oven to 350F and grease a 10-12 inch skillet with cooking spray and set aside.
  • In a large bowl add in almond flour, low carb sweetener, baking soda, oat fiber, xanthan gum and salt. Toss together the dry ingredients to break up any lumps. Add melted butter, 2 eggs and vanilla and mix until fully combined. Next,
  • Mix until dough forms. Next, fold in low carb chocolate chips with a rubber spatula until fully combined.
  • Press dough evenly into your greased skillet and smooth the top with the back of the spatula.
  • Bake in the pre-heated oven for 25-30 minutes. 26 minutes in my oven.
  • Cut into 10 slices and serve with your favorite keto friendly ice cream.


Please make note that OAT FIBER is NOT oat flour. If you use oat flour it will significantly affect the carb count.


Calories: 386kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 10g | Fat: 36g | Saturated Fat: 13g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 4g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 69mg | Sodium: 253mg | Potassium: 37mg | Fiber: 11g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 473IU | Calcium: 88mg | Iron: 1mg
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To calculate Net Carb count with sugar alcohols, we simply subtract grams of sugar alcohols (including glycerin), as well as fiber, from total grams of carbs.

My secret to lasting weight loss

Maintaining my weight loss, and quite frankly staying healthy, has always been the main driver for this website. Making treats like this Keto Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie is really my trick.

Sorry, it’s that simple for me…I meal prep and almost always cook at home.

I wrote a few articles about this and will write more. Everyone needs to know that cooking at home is one of my major keys to success.

Every meal does not have to be epic.

When I am prepared I have a much better chance at success and maintaining my best health.

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  1. Lisa Tucker August 12, 2020 at 9:16 am

    5 stars
    Amazing. Will definitely make again

  2. Nicky April 14, 2021 at 3:18 am

    5 stars
    This was a great recipe, and honestly much better than I expected. I baked for 20 mins in a cake tin because I didn’t have a skillet. The texture is great, not grainy like some other keto cookie type things. I took it out of the oven and let it cook about 5-10 mins and took out my slice and poured a tbs of heavy cream to mimic ice cream. I didn’t love it as much cooled completely, but I think chilled it will be awesome. Thanks for the recipe and I think the oat fiber definitely helped the texture here.