Holiday Round-Up: 28 Cookie Recipes

Thanks to PaleoHacks for today’s holiday
recipe round-up. Enjoy, everyone!

It’s the holiday season, and that means it’s time to preheat
the oven and bake up a batch of cookies! We’re here to start the
festivities with this listicle of 28 grain-free cookie recipes.

From bright and zingy lemon and coconut cookies to a
Paleo-friendly take on classic chocolate chip cookies, there are so
many deliciously gluten-free options to explore in your
kitchen.

If you have dietary restrictions, check out the nut-free
recipes, AIP-friendly choices, and the keto-friendly cookies. Each
cookie is 100 percent Primal and free of gluten, grains and
unhealthy processed sugar. No matter your dietary needs, we’ve
got a satisfying cookie just for you!

#1 PaleoHacks |
Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies

All you need is 30 minutes from start to finish to whip up these
super-easy chocolate chip cookies.

#2 Jay’s Baking Me Crazy |
The Best Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies

These almond flour beauties studded with chocolate chunks are
just begging for a dip in creamy almond milk.

# 3 PaleoHacks | Coconut
Flour Shortbread Cookies

Buttery shortbread cookies get drizzled artfully with melted
chocolate, which cools to form a delicate shell.

#4 Tastes Lovely | Paleo
Almond Butter Cookies

With just a handful of ingredients, these buttery, almond butter
cookies are even easier to whip up than most peanut butter
cookies.

#5 One Lovely Life | Paleo Ginger
Cookies

Crisp-edged, soft-centered ginger cookies are a must this time
of year. Skip the optional sugar roll at the end, or use a
Paleo-friendly substitute like coconut sugar.

#6 Joy Food Sunshine | Paleo
Zucchini Breakfast Cookies

Zucchini – in cookies?! It helps make the final product extra
moist – we promise you won’t even know they’re in there if
you blend them into the batter just right.

#7 The Big Man’s World |
No-Bake, 3-Ingredient Coconut Cookies

It doesn’t get much easier than a no-bake, three-ingredient
recipe. Simply mix shredded coconut, coconut oil, and your
sweetener of choice in a bowl, form into cookies, refrigerate, and
enjoy!

#8 Food Faith Fitness |
Crockpot Paleo Cookies with Chocolate Chips

Did you know you can make cookies in a crockpot? These square
cookie bars spend a few hours “baking” up low and slow, leaving
you plenty of time to complete your to-do list, run errands, or
nap.

#9 Nom Nom Paleo |
The World’s Easiest Cookies

Everyone needs a foolproof, super simple cookie recipe in their
back pocket. Made with just a handful of ingredients, these cookies
taste like chocolate-covered shortbread.

#10 Evolving Table |
Super Soft Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies with Pecans

Pecans add seasonal warmth to these ultra-soft cookies. Tip: You
can easily make these vegan by subbing in coconut oil for butter
and flax
eggs for the eggs
!

#11 Golden Barrel | Paleo
Nutter Butter Cookies

Crunchy almond butter cookies sandwich a sweet and creamy almond
butter filling – what could be better?

#12 Almost Supermom |
Ultimate Double Chocolate Chip Paleo Cookies

These cookies double up on the chocolate, featuring both cocoa
powder (opt for raw cacao powder for
even more nutrition
) and chocolate chips.

#13 Perchance to Cook | Paleo
“Sugar” Cookies

Fluffy, vanilla-flavored cookies get their sweetness from honey
and maple syrup for a simple, chewy indulgence.

#14 Downshiftology |
Mint Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

Would you like a peppermint mocha in cookie form? Reach for
these mint double chocolate chip cookies, the perfect
holiday-inspired flavor profile.

#15 What Great Grandma Ate |
Nut-Free Cassava Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies

It’s tricky to find a nut-free Paleo cookie, but these tasty
cassava flour-based chocolate chip cookies fit the bill!

#16 Lexi’s Clean Kitchen | Maple
Meringue Cookies

We can’t get these lightly sweet, crunchy yet light-as-air
meringue cookies out of our minds.

#17 Physical Kitchness | Paleo
Maple Walnut Cookies

Loaded with warm flavors from walnuts, maple, cloves and
cinnamon, these cookies are autumn personified.

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