These gluten-free flourless brownies are a rich, dense, and decadent chocolate treat. But I love that they are made from chickpeas and cashews, so they are full of fiber, healthy fats and protein!
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These Paleo pumpkin bars are easier to make than pie. The crust is made with pecans and dates. The filling layer is almost a mousse/chiffon texture and is made by pureeing pumpkin puree, dates, coconut oil, etc. They have a very luxurious texture.
I like these Paleo pumpkin chocolate chip cookies because they are full of pumpkin flavor, they are not too sweet and they have kind of a cakey texture. That’s what I expect from a pumpkin cookie. These are really good, I don’t want to brag but they are a lot better than the ones you buy from the store. Even those made in a bakery. They are actually pretty healthy too because they only have 1 tablespoon of oil in the whole batch and only 2 tablespoons of honey. I sweetened them up with a little applesauce too.
This coconut milk ice cream is dairy-free and so creamy. The strawberries and bananas make a sweet, flavorful ice cream and the rhubarb swirl gives the ice cream a sweet and tangy kick.
These no-bake puffed millet bars are a perfect after-school snack, that you can feel good about serving to your kids (and sneaking one for yourself).
This Paleo apple crisp recipe is buttery, sweet, and crunchy. The arrowroot starch helps the cooked apples achieve a glossy, thick sauce while the honey sweetens it just enough. I really like how the the apple crisp caramelizes plus I prefer the texture of the crispy, crunchy crust combined with the soft warm apples.
This Paleo chocolate cake recipe is awesome because it actually turns out. The Paleo chocolate ganache frosting is really good too. I often make Paleo chocolate cupcakes because they are easier, but they are just a good!
This paleo cupcakes recipe is made better with the addition of cinnamon which gives it the snickerdoodle flavor. The tops are sprinkled with cinnamon sugar.
These chocolate chip cookies are the best SOFT Paleo cookies around. They are not crispy or crunchy, they are soft. So if you like soft chocolate chip cookies, as opposed to crunchy, these are the cookies you should try.
This ice cream is made without any added sugar and it only has four ingredients so that means it’s pretty easy to make. I adore ice cream but my waistline sure doesn’t like it. But I can eat all I want of this because there is no sugar in it. If you’ve never tried brown butter before, you really should try it on this recipe. It gives it a deep nutty flavor; you could almost say it tastes caramelized.
This chocolate freezer fudge is so easy to make. I mean, seriously. Only 4 ingredients! And most of the work is done by the freezer. I love how all the ingredients are healthy, yet it’s so rich and creamy that you won’t be able to stop eating it.
These Paleo desserts recipes are great for whenever you want a nice dessert, just because you feel like it. You don’t need any other reason. These are the best dessert recipes there are. Now you can eat dessert and not feel all the guilt that comes along with it. Jump to Index Are you looking …
These peppermint meltaways are the perfect Christmas cookies because they are easy to make and melt in your mouth!
Here is a wonderful healthy pecan pie recipe that will complete your Thanksgiving dinner. This is really easy to make once you get the crust made.
Here are 9 of the best ever Paleo popsicles recipes. They are great for summer or anytime. They all look sooooo good you won’t be able to resist them. My whole family loves summer and we love popsicles, both the kids and the adults. I like them because they are easy. I don’t have to …
This Clean Eating pumpkin pie recipe is so good, you won’t miss anything. You won’t miss the eggs or butter and you’ll feel good after eating such a healthy pumpkin pie with a wholesome crust and no refined sugar.
These maple candied pecans seriously only take 5 minutes to make and only have 3 ingredients. You can save tons of time and money and make these yourself. Plus, everything tastes better homemade. These make an easy neighbor gift, are a delicious snack and are perfect for topping salads or sweet potatoes.
These could possibly be my favorite cookie, ever. I love chocolate and peppermint together. They are so easy to make that my daughter makes them all the time. They have to be baked or cooked at all. The hardest part is waiting for them to cool and set in the frig for an hour. The candy canes are just for show because they aren’t Paleo. You can get all the peppermint flavor you need with the peppermint essential oil. If you aren’t 100% strict Paleo, go ahead and add a little bit of peppermint candy; I won’t tell anyone.
These cookies are great for a Christmas party or just for a Holiday treat. These cookies combine peppermint and chocolate in a soft sugar cookies which is easy to make, Paleo and festive. You could also make these cookies and give them to your neighbors. I would certainly love it if someone gave them to me.
This is a classic gingerbread cookie recipe Paleo-style. Yup, you could make these and decorate your tree with them and eat a few too. You could make these and give them away to your friends and neighbors if you do that sort of thing. Whatever you do with them you will have so much fun because you can actually make and eat gingerbread cookies like everyone else now. Yeah, for eating “normal” even when you are on a Paleo diet.
This Wendy’s copycat Paleo Frosty recipe is quick, easy and tastes just like the real thing without all the questionable ingredients.
These chickpea no-bake peanut butter bars are not only gluten-free, but they are also chocked full of good healthy ingredients that are healthy for everyone.
These Paleo Lemon Bars Recipe are so good! They have just the right amount of lemon filling and crust. These are my all-time favorite dessert!
This Paleo chocolate pie has only 5 ingredients total – that includes both the crust and the chocolate truffle filling. The crust only has coconut, coconut sugar and butter while the filling is only chocolate and coconut milk. It’s crazy how easy it is to make and that it actually works and comes together to create a rich, yet light chocolate pie.
These dark chocolate pecan bars are a no-bake healthy indulgence that are super-simple to make with only 4 ingredients and they only take about 10 minutes to make from start to finish.
This Clean Eating cake is fun to make because it makes it’s own sauce. It’s so good to eat hot from your slow cooker, especially with some Clean vanilla ice cream melting over the top.