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Paleo Recipe: Vanilla Coconut Cookies

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Paleo + cookies seem to not really go together, but if you’re not 100 % strict paleo, here’s a good paleo-esque recipe to try!  (And, it’s definitely gluten-free, for those of you that are on a gluten-free diet!)

Paleo Vanilla Coconut CookiesMy only warning is that coconut flour is pretty dry, and so if you’ve never used it before, you should expect a dryer cookie and just make sure you eat it with milk (or almond milk!)

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup of coconut flour (I used Bob’s Red Mill Organic Coconut Flour)
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tsp of Vanilla Extract
  • 1 cup of sugar (Or Honey if you want it more paleo!  In that recipe I used organic brown sugar, but if you decide to use honey, you can do 1 cup = 1 cup conversion or you can try using less honey (about 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup), I find that it has to do more with how people feel about the honey taste than anything else.)
  • 1/2 cup of  butter (softened to make your life easier)
  • Sprinkle of Sea Salt
Ingredients for Vanilla Coconut Flour Cookies

Ingredients for Vanilla Coconut Cookies

Paleo Vanilla Coconut Cookies

0. Go ahead and prepare the oven.  Preheat at 375° F.1.  All right, first thing you wanna do is beat all the ingredients (eggs, vanilla extract, sugar, butter , and a sprinkle of sea salt) without the coconut flour first.  This will make things a lot easier.  Flour is dry enough, but coconut flour is super dry. After all the things are mixed up well, throw in the coconut flour and stir it all up together.  What you’ll expect it to look like:

All the ingredients mixed for Vanilla Coconut Flour Cookies

All the ingredients mixed

2.  It is now mixed well enough for you to scoop up about 1 inch balls of them.  Go ahead and do that.  I like to roll them up in to balls and then flatten them down on Parchment Paper like so:

Vanilla Coconut Flour Cookies About to be Baked

Vanilla Coconut Flour Cookies About to be Baked

3.  Bake in the oven for about .  Like any other baking recipes, just check on it around 20 minutes and test it out to see if it looks done or not.  It should be hard when it is completely done:

Right out of the oven Vanilla Coconut Flour Cookies

Right out of the oven Vanilla Coconut Flour Cookies

Optional step: Eat some and put the rest in an awesome cookie jar like this! (Yes, I’m just showing off my cookie jar at this point…)

Companion Cube Cookie Jar - Vanilla Coconut Flour Cookies

Do you recognize it!? If you’re a gamer and have played Portal before, you’ll probably recognize the Companion Cube! Yes! I have a Companion Cube Cookie Jar!  I got it here:  ThinkGeek – Portal 2 Cookie Jar Companion Cube, in case you are interested :)

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    By: Tina

    Tina is a foodie that loves eating deliciously and healthily. Having grown up in an Asian household in Atlanta, she loves creating and eating both Asian and American cuisine. Tina is the main blogger of Oh Snap! Let’s Eat! and Paleo in Atlanta. Read more…

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12 thoughts on “Paleo Recipe: Vanilla Coconut Cookies

  1. Tina Post author

    Reblogged this on mindsome and commented:

    New post by mindsome at Oh Snap! Let’s Eat! Be sure to follow Oh Snap! Let’s Eat or else you’ll miss out on all new mindsome posts!

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    1. ohsnapitstina Post author

      Me too! Thought it’s funny, I had never baked them before until I started eating a paleo-ish diet… so that’s why I discovered coconut flour!

      Thanks for visiting!
      -Tina

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  2. lslclr

    Do you ever add extra liquid (in this case butter I guess?) to the recipe? My coconut flour suggests doing that in some cases. Or mixing coconut flour & another type of flour? Just curious, I LOVE coconut flour but I also love moist cookies!

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    1. ohsnapitstina Post author

      Thanks for stopping by! I hadn’t tried adding more butter, that may help! I know that if you just use the specified amount, it’s a bit dry, so maybe I can try that sometime! Thanks for the suggestion :)

      Reply
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