The Best Ever Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies

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What’s not to love about chocolate chip cookies?!

Well…….there are some things that can strongly deter some people from eating them in spite of loving them.  Gluten and lots of refined sugar are 2 culprits.  What if I told you that you can still indulge in your favorite cookie but without gluten and refined sugar?  It get’s better.  What if I told you that you can not only indulge but also enjoy the flavor as much if not more than regular chocolate chip cookies?! Let me introduce you to the Best Ever Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies! There is also an option to use stevia sweetened chocolate chips for those of you that want less sugar and they still taste incredible!  Another plus is that this recipe doesn’t use almond flour, don’t get me wrong, I love almond flour but its a nice change to use something besides a nut flour for once.

It’s especially difficult to hear that all your friends are partaking in those cookie exchanges around Christmas time and every party you go to has got stockpiles of cookies around every corner.  Now………..suffer no more!  Bake these, bring these, and avoid those sugar highs and belly bloats and sing the happy song!

Ok, now that I have your attention, what ever are you waiting for?!  😛  Let’s bust a move into the kitchen 🙂

The Best Ever Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies!cookies1

Ingredients:

1/2 cup coconut flour

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

3/4 cup chocolate chips ( I use Enjoy Life Brand ) OR for sugar free, try these

1/3 cup softened butter or ghee for those who are dairy sensitive

1/4 cup softened coconut oil

4 Tablespoons honey

6 droppers of english toffee stevia drops

1 tablespoon vanilla

1 egg

Instructions: ( Preheat oven to 350 degrees at this time )

  1. Mix the dry ingredients in bowl and blend well
  2. Mix wet ingredients in separate bowl and blend well
  3. Now combine all ingredients together and blend well, and let sit about 7 minutes for the coconut flour to absorb liquid and thicken
  4. Roll dough into 12 balls
  5. Place dough balls on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet or baking pan and flatten the dough a bit making sure they are spaced out
  6. Bake in a 350 degree oven on the middle rack for 12-17 minutes.  I like to take them out when they are slightly browned.
  7. Take cookies out of oven and let cool on pan for about 5 minutes and then carefully remove them to a cooling rack to finish cooling.
  8. I like to put them in the refrigerator from there and keep them there until I eat them, let me tell you why I do this.  It makes the flavor POP and they hold together quite well.  If you don’t want to refrigerate these, that is fine too,
  9. Enjoy!

*****This recipe makes 1 dozen cookies*****

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