These Low Carb Monte Carlo Biscuits are a throw back to my childhood and the 80’s (which I know that these biscuits existed well before then) I have been wanting to create these for some time now, as these were one of my favourites as a kid.

This recipe only uses half a packet of Cookie Mix, so you can make another small batch of another flavour cookie. 👍



  • 160g Low Carb Cookie mix (½ packet)
  • 40g (2TB almond meal)
  • 40g desiccated coconut
  • Teaspoon sweetener of choice.
  • 70g melted butter
  • 125ml milk of choice
  • One batch of Anna’s Low Carb Icing  – Made as per packet found here 
  • Chia Jam – Using Raspberries as per recipe found here


I recommend making the Icing and the Jam first – saves a bit of time.

  • Preheat oven at 160g degrees
  • Combine dry mix into a bowl – Cookie mix, almond meal and coconut
  • Combine the melted butter and milk, and add to the dry mixture.
  • In between 2 sheets of baking paper roll out the cookie dough to approx 5mm thin and cut out your cookies and place on lined tray
  • Bake for 12-15mins or until golden and allow to cool on rack

 This mix made 28 small cookies, I used a  small cookie cutter. Enough for 14 complete cookies. 


 NOTE:The fillings need to be chilled and the cookies cool before putting them together. 

Assembling the cookies:

  • Biscuit layer + a Spoon of icing mix spread even, with a little whole in the middle.
  • Drop the chia jam in the centre (teasp) and squish the second biscuit on top. (pop a little extra icing on the top cookie to stick it down. 
  • Store in the fridge for 3-4 hrs or overnight. As the cookie sets it will become a firm cookie and the icing won’t squish out of the sides.
  • Will last 4-5 days in the fridge.

NOTE: You will have Chia Jam and Icing Mix left over, store in the fridge for another baking project 🙂 or you could use reduced sugar jam from the supermarket for convenience. (will change the macro’s slightly)


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