Paleo breakfast cookies are very thick and soft cookies loaded with nourishing seeds and protein almond butter. These simple almond butter cookies are naturally sweetened with soft pitted dates. A delicious clean eating recipe to start the day with energy, happy, and feel good!
You know how much I am against refined sugar right? It has been 5 years without eating white sugar. I treat myself with only naturally sweetened and low sugar recipes. Well, I started eating 100% sugar-free for 2 years. My favorite sweeteners are 100% sugar-free natural sweeteners like stevia, erythritol, or monk fruit sugar. I am still using these every day – especially in my coffee. Then, I reversed my pre-diabetes and I realized that I could also bake with some other natural options like dried fruits, fruits, or a limited amount of natural sweeteners.
My advice if you are trying to control your sugar intake:
Those paleo breakfast cookies are great examples of how you can start the day with sweet and feel good, energized, and grain-free Those paleo breakfast cookies are slightly sweetened with dates, full of fiber and proteins from nuts, seeds, and almond butter. You won’t feel a crash of energy after eating those trust me. I love grain-free breakfast, I often make a coconut flour porridge but some days I don’t have time to sit to enjoy breakfast – so paleo cookies it is!
Plus I stored mine for 3 weeks in a cookie jar! Can you believe it? Yep, there is no eggs or dairy in there so it stores really well. So don’t look further and give those a try. It is clearly a no-fail recipe, pretty easy to make in the food processor.
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Enjoy the lovely paleo breakfast cookies.
Nutrition Panel is for one paleo breakfast cookie. This recipe makes 16 cookies. I recommend 2 cookies per breakfast per adult.
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