7 Delicious Ways To Enjoy Lolli’s Keto Cookie Clusters


 

Lolli's Cookie Clusters Recipe Ideas and Discount CodeSince we all LOVE Lolli’s so much, I thought I’d share some creative ways to ENJOY these delicious keto cookie clusters. 😍

This will give you some FUN ideas to mix things up a little. It makes a great low carb snack or “sweet fix” of course, but it goes a long way when you turn it into a DELICIOUS meal. πŸ˜‰

You can use my coupon code: LOWCARBTRAVELER for a discount at https://lollisclusters.com

Almost ALL of these ideas can be used with other ingredients too, so scan over this list for some FUN ways to mix things up this week!

1. Keto Candy or Fat Bombs

The ideas here are absolutely endless, but for some creative inspiration see my Macadamia Crunch Peanut Butter Cups which were super easy to make – and absolutely AMAZING!

MCT Oil Candy

2. Straight out of the bag!

Stating the obvious here, but Lolli’s low carb cookie clusters are fabulous right out of the bag, of course. πŸ™‚

My favorite flavors are Peanut Butter Macadamia and Cinnamon Pecan Crunch – and the new Lemon Drop is getting RAVE reviews too! I still have to try that one. 🍋🥜

Gluten Free Keto Granola

3. Low Carb Yogurt Parfait or Yogurt Topper

When I get sick of eggs, or want a quick meal without having to cook, a layered yogurt parfait really hits the spot. 😋

Most people top their low carb yogurt with the crumbled keto cookie clusters. I like it layered with a flavored nut butter or almond butter, yogurt, and blueberries or strawberries.

Low Carb Yogurt Parfait

4. Keto Cereal

This is probably my FAVORITE or at least my go-to way to enjoy Lolli’s. It makes a delicious bowl of cereal!

The cookie clusters are soft, like fresh baked cookies straight out of the oven, but they don’t get soggy in milk – which makes them perfect for a keto friendly breakfast cereal.

Keto Cereal - Low Carb Breakfast Ideas

I use unsweetened almond milk or macadamia milk, and sometimes half & half, and love to add blueberries – and sometimes raspberries or strawberries.

If you REALLY want to jazz it up, throw in a few sugar free white chocolate chips too. πŸ™‚

Gluten Free Cereal - Keto Breakfast Ideas

5. It’s Fun To Bake With!

I’ve seen some amazingly creative recipes with Lolli’s Cookie Clusters floating around the web! One I made myself were these delicious Apple Pie Cinnamon Crunch Keto Muffins 😍

Nutty Keto Breakfast Muffins Recipe

Those are great for meal prep, and SO good warmed up with a pat of butter!

Keto Breakfast Recipes

6. No-Bake Desserts & Breakfast Plates

I love pairing Lolli’s Cookie Clusters with other things to make a MEAL out of it.

Sometimes it’s a little sweet but still healthy, like a chocolate collagen bar chopped up with Peanut Butter Macadamia clusters both drizzled with macadamia nut butter.

 

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It’s really great with blueberries and cream cheese too, which tastes like cheesecake… without the baking or complicated recipes. πŸ™‚

No Bake Keto Desserts

The macadamia nut butter I use is from Fat Is Smart Fuel (FBOMB) and my discount code is LOWCARBTRAVELER there too. I love topping Lolli’s Clusters with their Macadamia Coconut butter, or the Macadamia Sea Salt nut butter. SO delicious!

No Bake Keto Desserts

7. Keto Cheesecake or Pie Crust

I haven’t personally tried this but I see TONS of photos around the web where people use Lolli’s Clusters as a cheesecake crust or pie crust. Some simply put it in a food processor and press it down firm, which looks like it works great, others add a little butter and press it down and bake it a little.

It would definitely make a delicious keto cheesecake crust!

I don’t do much cooking, so I’m happy to just have the cookie clusters with cream cheese and berries… and CALL it “no bake cheesecake.” 😁

I don’t snack or eat dessert (as in “a meal AFTER a meal”) so the plates above serve as an easy breakfast or even dinner on nights I don’t feel like cooking.

They’re amazingly delicious combos – whether I pair it with keto ice cream, low carb yogurt or cream cheese – and VERY satisfying.

Plus all GREAT ingredients! So it feels like a treat or a cheat, but it’s really just a delicious combination of healthy foods. And such a nice change from eggs or salads, or the usual meals. πŸ˜‰

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Discount Code: LOWCARBTRAVELER

What about you…

What are some creative ways YOU’ve enjoyed Lolli’s cookie clusters?

The more ideas the better!

Best,
Lynn Terry,
aka @LowCarbTraveler

 

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About Lynn Terry

I love making the low carb diet EASY for people with a busy lifestyle (like me!) with my KISS / Keep It Simple method. :) About Lynn Terry: Host of the Low Carb Challenge
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8 Responses to 7 Delicious Ways To Enjoy Lolli’s Keto Cookie Clusters

  1. annie says:

    Hi Lynn, I am trying to find out the serving size and the net carbs…I can’t find it on her website. Do you have that info? Thanks for all you do! Annie

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Annie It’s a half pound bag, 8 one ounce servings, and they are 2 or 3 net carbs per serving depending on the flavor.

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Sorry Annie, the Cinnamon Pecan is ONE net carb per serving. Peanut Butter Macadamia is 2 net carbs.

      If you go to each flavor on the website, the nutrition facts are in the photo carousel that plays at the top of each flavor page. I think that’s a new addition, but I’m back in my office now and can see it there. πŸ™‚

  2. Melissa says:

    I used to admire you and wanted to look to you as a role model but you have sold out. All you are about now is promoting the products that pay you and it’s no longer interesting or helpful. That’s what people create blogs for, right? Good for you and good luck with your promos. I’m out.

    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Melissa,

      I’m sorry you feel that way. I was out (away) quite a bit Dec, Jan & Feb taking care of my parents so I haven’t had the opportunity to write my usual research articles and food diaries and motivation pieces.

      I miss that! So I’ve enjoyed getting back to writing again lately, and have A LOT of great topics to share and open for discussion. πŸ™‚

      As for this post you’re commenting on, I wrote this one to help people STOP snacking, and use this awesome product to make creative meals instead. A lot of people were talking about “portion control” issues with these delicious cookie clusters in my private group, so I was share these ideas over and over on multiple posts – so I figured it would be a good idea to put it all in one place.

      The great thing is, in all of these ideas, you could replace the Lolli’s with lots of other things: chopped nuts, or whatever else you have on hand. So it stands as a great resource for creative meal ideas to mix things up for breakfast – especially when you get tired of eggs. πŸ˜‰

      To address your comment about me being a sell-out, you’re not the first person to say that. I respect your opinion and your decision to step out.

      That said, I do A LOT of work for free, from writing helpful pieces, hosting free challenges, personally answering countless questions around the web all day every day, sharing meal ideas across social media, creating recipe posts, etc etc etc.

      Some companies I work with, some I don’t. Those I work with, it gives me an opportunity to score us discounts and special offers, which most people really appreciate! If they are going to buy the product anyway, it’s better to get a great deal on it. πŸ™‚

      But I do give the same time to recommendations of products I’m not affiliated with in any way and companies I am not working with – like Daisy Brand cottage cheese, and the delicious Palmetto Pimento Cheese and all my creative meal ideas with that. YUM!

      I feel like I provide a good balance, and with any product promotions – I do those only in the buyers best interest and always with a discount or special offer I negotiated. It’s a good service a lot of people appreciate very much.

      • Cheryl says:

        Hey Lynn …. I feel just the opposite! I get emails from multiple keto bloggers. Your emails are the only ones that leave me feeling like I am part of a community that cares. All the others are just writing a line or 2 and then promoting their cookbooks, meal plans, others products, etc. Sometimes I delete their emails without even reading them, knowing they will be promoting products that they will make $ from. I love that you are looking out for us during this very stressful time. You go girl!!!

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  4. Jami Coleman says:

    I have read your emails for several months and have never commented, but decided to today because I read that somebody said you’ve sold out. I disagree. I enjoy your information and product discounts, ideas, recipes! Thanks for what you do. I look forward to what you share! Hang in there!

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