These Paleo no-bake cookies are super simple to whip up with only three wholesome ingredients and are perfect to make in small batches and hide in the back of the fridge for late night cravings.
Here are 9 coconut flour cookies from my blog and some of my other favorite bloggers. I know what you are probably thinking – another post about coconut flour? Does she eat anything else? The answer is yes, I do eat a variety of foods, but currently, I incorporate a lot of coconut (in all …
These Paleo almond butter cookies are kind of like magic. I mean, really. There is no flour of any kind. There are only 5 ingredients that you would never think would work to make a cookie – but they do. And they actually taste pretty darn good.
These Paleo coconut cookies only have 5 ingredients for the base and then are filled with a simple salted caramel sauce.
Throw out all those Paleo cookies that break your teeth and make these gingersnaps. They are so soft and they only have 6 ingredients so they are easy to make. They are pretty healthy too. Make some of these for your non-Paleo friends and see if they like them. I’m pretty sure they will.
These Paleo Christmas cookies have a base that is sort of like a shortbread. Then they have a thumbprint center with melted dark chocolate. The cool stuff you see sprinkled on the top is Kosher Real Salt. They remind me of those peanut butter cookies with Hershey kisses in the center I used to love and can’t eat anymore because they aren’t Paleo.
These Paleo snickerdoodles made with coconut flour and flax seed eggs are the perfect Paleo snickerdoodles. If you love regular snickerdoodles you’ll love these. I love to bake over the holidays! A warm oven cozies up the chilliest winter day. And the tempting scent of cookies baking filling the house, welcoming you to taste a …
These are the softest Paleo chocolate chip cookies I have ever tried. My children love them and I love that they are healthy! 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 you should try these.
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.
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.
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.