These are the best ever Paleo desserts recipes. Every single one of them has over 50,000 pins on Pinterest. Now that’s some good recipes with that many pins. In my Paleo Recipes Facebook group, someone once asked why so many Paleo bloggers post so many desserts when you really aren’t supposed to eat dessert that often on the Paleo diet. It was a popular question and received many answers.
The conclusion we ended up with is that it’s not that hard to figure out a Paleo dinner. I mean, you can cook a steak with some veggies on the side and you’re good. Sure, you can get more elaborate than that, but it’s not that hard. But when it comes to Paleo desserts recipes, many people get stuck. It can be way harder to figure out how to make Paleo desserts recipes. So that’s why Paleo desserts recipes do well on Pinterest.
And, like they say, the proof is in the pudding – all these Paleo desserts recipes have at least 50,000 pins and several of them have over half a million pins. Seems like pretty good proof to me that Paleo desserts recipes are popular on Pinterest!
Below I have a list of all the best desserts from my blog and from other people’s blogs. Each recipe has an image, the main ingredients and a link to get the recipe.
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Paleo Desserts Recipes
Bananas – Butter – Coconut Milk – Pecans
These are really good cupcakes to make for a Paleo diet because they already have a darker color since almond flour and coconut flour naturally have a darker color. The snickerdoodle flavoring with the cinnamon adds to that darker color so it just naturally fits in. The top is sprinkled with cinnamon sugar made with coconut palm sugar which gives it a fun texture. I think the snickerdoodle gives it a natural look and flavor.
Everyone loves Wendy’s Frostys, right? Well everyone I know does. The problem is that they definitely are NOT Paleo. All that processed STUFF. So I set out to make my own homemade copycat frosty recipe. These are yum yum yummy and easy to make. They are also great for anyone on a dairy-free diet.
The crust of these pumpkin bars is made with dates and pecans. The filling is made by pureeing dates, coconut oil, pumpkin etc. which makes a texture that is almost like a mousse or chiffon filling. The texture is very luxurious. I use coconut cream off the top of a can of coconut milk to make the “whipped cream” topping. They are sweetened lightly with honey. They are best when they are served cold because the coconut oil needs to be solid. The coconut oil is what binds them together.
Bananas – Honey – Butter – Applesauce – Egg – Coconut Flour – Almond Meal
Hazelnut Flour – Cocoa Powder – Coconut Oil – Maple Syrup – Coconut Milk
Coconut Cream – Blueberries – Maple – Syrup – Vanilla Beans
Coconut Flour – Cocoa Powder – Coconut Oil – Eggs – Maple Syrup -Chocolate Chips