This is the last recipe of our dessert month! Don’t worry – we’ll have more dessert recipes soon, and you’ll like what we have in store in the meantime.
Before I get into these amazeballs cookies, I need to let you know something.
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Here’s the schedule for today, Saturday February 1st.
-> Julie Foucher
CrossFit, Paleo, Med School, and Women in Sports
-> Elana Amsterdam
Grain-free Cooking For The Whole Family
-> Christian Page
Interview With Executive Chef Christian Page
And last but definitely not least…
-> Gabi Lewis & Greg Sewitz
Insects: The Future of Protein?
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Alright, without further ado…
If you love chocolate, you’ll love these rich, Paleo dark chocolate coconut cookies made with – yep – 100% Paleo ingredients. For the best flavor, use the highest quality cocoa powder you can get your hands on; it makes a difference!
Here’s what they look like before going into the oven… YUM…
Coconut flour tends to make softer cookies, so if that’s your thing, store these at room temperature. For something a little crisper, store these in an airtight container in your freezer. You won’t have to thaw them out, but you’ll be surprised and delighted at how they crisp up.
Enjoy and please let us know how you like these cookies :)
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