Recently my team and I traveled to New Orleans for our annual conferences and Lindsay brought these for a snack. You can check out her website for yummy recipes also! Guys. These are soooooo good!!
My 9 year old son is super picky. He loves pastas, burgers, fries, all the stuff kids love but hardly any veggies or fruits. It’s a constant battle. Even though he’s not a huge fan of Shakeology, he LOVES these! It makes me so happy to know he’s getting nutrition while eating ‘cookie dough’.
Little tip—I will say I like them best cold. So store in the fridge or in a cooler for a road trip for the best flavor.
4 scoops (or packets) of Vanilla or Vegan Vanilla Shakeology
1/2 c creamy almond butter (check to make sure there is no added sugar in the ingredients)
1/2 c agave(you might want to start with a little less than half and see if it’s sweet enough)
1/2 c chocolate chips
Mix together (works best with your hands) then break into small pieces and roll into balls.
Place in an air tight container and store in the fridge
When I originally set out to make paleo chocolate chip cookies I was playing with recipes that had eggs. But I have so many nursing mom friends that can’t eat eggs because of their baby’s allergies, I wanted to rule out eggs also.
This recipe is super simple and super easy. The way life should be.
I give you kid approved Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies:
1 1/4 c ground almond flour/meal
1/4 c raw honey
1/3 c dark chocolate chips
2 heaping Tbsp. melted coconut oil
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp sea salt
2 tsp water
Preheat oven to 325 and grease a baking sheet with butter (preferably Kerrygold or other grass-fed butter)
Mix all ingredients into a large bowl
Roll one teaspoon of batter into a ball and place on baking sheet
(Should make 11-12 cookies)
Bake about 12 minutes
Cool and enjoy