Baked Goods


Gluten-Free Frosted Sugar Cookies

Try my recipe for these Frosted Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies, they’re dairy-free and sweetened with honey and taste absolutely delicious! These Gluten-free Sugar Cookies are the perfect addition to your Christmas Cookie Platter! When the holidays hit, I’m overcome with the compulsion to bake. And you guys – I’ll be honest, baking is NOT my strong suit. Although these festive gluten-free sugar cookies may change that. Because these suckers are REALLY good. As soon as that Friday after Thanksgiving hits, I’m obsessed with making frosted sugar cookies. They scream Christmas to me (although I used natural/non-toxic food coloring for these so they look a little more Easter-y). My husband said they actually kind of looked like the pies in the movie Hook, when Robin Williams and all the kids sit down to have a feast. You know, when he schools Rufio? No need for baking skills – this Gluten-free Sugar Cookies…

Soft, Chewy & Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies

My husband is a chocolate chip cookie monster. It’s his favorite cookie. On Wednesday I made a big batch of these cookies (which I’ve been perfecting for a while) for our friend’s birthday today. The recipe below makes about 14 cookies. When I woke up this morning, there were two left. HE’S EATEN TWELVE COOKIES SINCE WEDNESDAY. IT’S FRIDAY MORNING. So while it’s a bummer I won’t be gifting these to my friend for his b-day, at least I know that they’re good. Sometimes I’m not sure if I like something I’ve made because I’m so used to eating grain and sugar free, or if they actually taste good. Scott is a chocolate chip cookie expert and said these were really good – but very soft. He’s one of those people that prefers a crunchier chocolate chip cookie. I am not. These are super soft and chewy, just don’t over-bake…

Paleo Biscuits

Truth be told, I’ve never been a huge fan of biscuits. I kinda feel like there are two people: people from the South who grew up eating sausage gravy over biscuits, and people from the North who grew up eating cream chipped ham over toast. I fall into the latter category. Except when I went to my best friend’s family’s vacation to Myrtle Beach every year when I was a kid. Then I was all over some sausage gravy and biscuits. Truth be told again, these aren’t those large, fluffy, white biscuits you find in the south. These are crumbly, buttery and delicious. They go great with soup, which is what we’ve been eating them with. I also discovered that they’re PERFECT for breakfast sandwiches. Throw a fried egg, some bacon or sausage, maybe even some grass-fed and raw cheese (if you eat dairy) on these suckers and you’ve got an…

Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

Double Chocolate Chip Cookies These easy Double Chocolate Chip Cookies are paleo and made without refined sugar. The perfect sweet afternoon treat or on-the-go breakfast! 1.5 cups almond flour1/2 cup raw honey1 egg1/2 tsp baking soda1/2 cup cacao powder1 tbsp vanilla3/4 cups chocolate chips Preheat oven to 235.Combine all ingredients except the chocolate chips in a food processor.Transfer to a bowl and fold in the chocolate chipsForm into balls and bake for 10-15  minutes. I like this almond flour and this brand of honey.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies (Paleo & Primal)

I’ll be honest, I’m not a huge fan of sweets. I prefer bacon or my favorite potato chips, and I’ll actually take vanilla over chocolate any day. But sometimes, chocolate really hits the spot. And it tastes awesome with raw milk. These were pretty dense and gooey, which I love. Paleo Chocolate Chips Cookie Brownies These brownies are super easy to make and taste simply divine! They were pretty dense and gooey too, which I love! Chocolate Chip Cookie Bottom2 cups almond flour1/4 tsp baking soda1/2 cup raw honey1/2 cup chocolate chips2 tbsp coconut oil or butter (melted)2 eggsBrownie Top1 1/4 cup almond flour2 eggs3 tbsp coconut flour1/4 cup cocoa powder1 cup chocolate chips (melted)1/2 cup raw honey Combine all ingredients and set aside.Preheat the oven to 350.Melt the chocolate chips. ( see notes *)Combine all ingredients (I used a food processor to make my life easier).Line a 9×13 pan…

GAPS and Paleo Snickerdoodles

Much to my surprise, I recently found out that Scott had no idea what a snickerdoodle is. He thought it was something involving a Snickers bar, which he was pretty stoked about due his love of Snickers. But I hate Snickers, and it was time to teach that man about the amazing holiday cookie that is the snickerdoodle. Like a sugar cookie, but with cinnamon. These are super moist and chewy. Even Scott, who “hates” almond flour said they taste like “normal” cookies. I’ll take it! GAPS & Paleo Snickerdoodle Cookies Snickerdoodle Cookies (Paleo, Primal, Grain and Gluten-Free) – omit cinnamon to make sugar cookies! 2 cups blanched almond flour1/4 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon cinnamon2 tablespoons melted coconut oil or butter  (I use expeller pressed, no coconut flavor)1 egg1/4  cup raw honey (add a tablespoon or two for a sweeter cookie)1 tablespoon GF vanilla extractFor coating2 teaspoons cinnamon1.5 tablespoons coconut sugar…

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