Paleo Cookies

Let’s face it, cavemen probably didn’t eat cookies. However, that doesn’t mean that modern folks can’t enjoy them. Paleo cookies are a great way to curb sweet tooth cravings without compromising your paleo diet. And with the overwhelming popularity of paleo and health conscious eating, new recipes are continually being developed and can be easily found online. Multiple blogs, Pinterest, and Facebook pages share recipes on a daily basis. With just a little research, you’ll be sure to find something that you like.

What staple ingredients should you keep on hand for your paleo cookies? Most recipes call for a combination of eggs, flour (almond, coconut or tapioca flour), ghee or grass-fed butter, honey and vanilla extracts. While some of these ingredients can vary, you want to be sure to avoid any recipes that contain regular butter, milk, processed sugar and white or whole wheat flour.

It is important to remember that even though paleo cookies are healthy, they are still calorie-dense and should be consumed in moderation. After all, even healthy sweets are still sweets. But the good news is that you can enjoy one or two cookies on a daily basis without worry. And there are many paleo versions of traditional cookies that you can make. Some of the most popular choices include chocolate chip cookies, copycat Girl Scout cookies, breakfast cookies, and high-protein cookies.

Cookies are a perfect Valentine’s treat for many reasons. For starters, they are small, meaning they can easily satisfy the sweet tooth cravings without leaving you tired as heavier treats can. They are also portable, making them easy to grab on the run or add to your child’s lunch. But one of the greatest things about these treats is that they can last a long time. Just one batch of cookies can last a week or more when eaten in moderation.

If you are looking for the perfect nutritional treat to show your loved ones how much you care about them on Valentine’s day, consider making cookies. They are easy to make and offer you unlimited options. Once you find a recipe that you like, you can easily make it your own by substituting ingredients or adding some paleo-friendly icing. And unlike more complicated dessert options, when it comes to cookies, you are only limited by your imagination, making them a great way to involve children and other family members in the baking process.

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