Almond Flour Sugar Cookies

 

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Almond Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies_Dessert For Two

Video taken from the channel: Christina Lane


 

Almond Flour Sugar Cookies {vegan, gluten-free, paleo}

Video taken from the channel: Natalie // Feasting on Fruit


 

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Video taken from the channel: Clean & Delicious


 

Soft Almond Flour Sugar Cookies (paleo & gluten free!)

Video taken from the channel: Ambitious Kitchen


 

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Almond flour shortbread cookies are a great gluten-free alternative to the regular Scottish biscuits! To make the recipe more biscuit-like, experiment by adding more butter, reducing the amount of sugar, and leaving out the egg. Also, bake for a. Almond flour sugar cookies are nod to the classic sugar cookie but are made with ingredients that are gluten free.

These round, thin cookies are formed from balls of cookie dough that are rolled in sugar before baking. The result is a homemade treat with. Directions. Preheat your oven to 325°F. Line rimmed baking sheets with unbleached parchment paper and set them aside.

In a large bowl, place the almond flour, tapioca starch, xanthan gum, baking powder, salt, and granulated sugar and whisk to combine well. Add the. Almond flour sugar cookies are easy 3-ingredient healthy sugar cookies with almond flour. Plus, they are gluten free, grain free and paleo friendly too!

There’s no secret, this blog is about sharing easy healthy vegan comfort food recipes, particularly vegan cookies! Almond flour sugar cookies. Almond Flour Sugar Cookies These grain-free “sugar” cookies are the perfect base for all of your holiday frosting, sprinkles and shapes!

Sweetened with maple syrup and made with almond flour, these vegan, gluten-free sugar cookies are soft in the center and just a little crispy on the edges. Prep Time 5 mins. Ingredients. 1/2 cup butter, ghee, or palm shortening, softened.

1/4 cup softened coconut oil. 3/4 cup sugar*. 2 eggs. 2 teaspoons vanilla.

1/4 teaspoon almond extract. 1/2 teaspoon baking soda. 1/2 teaspoon fine salt.

2 1/4 cups blanched almond flour, scoop and slightly pack it down when you. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment or a large mixing bowl, beat the butter, coconut sugar, almond butter, egg, and vanilla extract on medium-high speed, until smoothly combined. Sprinkle the baking soda and salt evenly over the top, then sprinkle in the almond flour. Beat in almond extract.

Combine the flour, baking powder and salt; gradually add to creamed mixture and mix well. Roll into 1-in. balls. Place 2 in. apart on ungreased baking sheets. Coat bottom of a glass with cooking spray; dip in sugar. Flatten cookies with prepared glass, dipping glass in sugar.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. In a medium bowl, whisk the almond flour, cocoa powder, coconut sugar, baking powder and salt (breaking up all lumps in the flour and cocoa powder). Add the water and stir until blended.

Drop by tablespoons (I used a small cookie scoop) on the prepared baking sheet, spacing 2 inches apart. As to how they taste, I would say they’re somewhere between an almond cookie, keto shortbread cookies, and almond flour sugar cookies. So in other words-delicious. Oh the taste of these incredible little cookies.

These Almond Flour Cookies taste just like those Christmas cookies, except they’re a lot faster to make.

List of related literature:

Prepare batter as directed in Steps 1 through 3 above, but substitute /4 teaspoon almond extract for anise extract and, before baking, sprinkle each cookie generously with a single layer of sliced almonds; you will need about 3 cup almonds (about 2% ounces).

“Good Housekeeping Step-by-step Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques” by Susan Westmoreland
from Good Housekeeping Step-by-step Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2008

In a large bowl, whisk together the almond flour, coconut flour, granulated sweetener, baking powder, and salt.

“Easy Keto Desserts: 60+ Low-Carb, High-Fat Desserts for Any Occasion” by Carolyn Ketchum
from Easy Keto Desserts: 60+ Low-Carb, High-Fat Desserts for Any Occasion
by Carolyn Ketchum
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

Coconut flour won’t work in this recipe, but the cookies do turn out well when made with a seed flour like sunflower or pumpkin.

“The Ultimate Guide to Keto Baking: Master All the Best Tricks for Low-Carb Baking Success” by Carolyn Ketchum
from The Ultimate Guide to Keto Baking: Master All the Best Tricks for Low-Carb Baking Success
by Carolyn Ketchum
Victory Belt Publishing, 2019

Process flour, 1¼ cups almonds, granulated sugar, ⅓ cup brown sugar, and ½ teaspoon salt together in food processor until combined, about 5 seconds.

“The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
from The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

In a separate medium-sized bowl, stir together the almond flour, sweetener, baking powder, and salt until well combined.

“Keto Comfort Foods” by Maria Emmerich
from Keto Comfort Foods
by Maria Emmerich
Media Alternatives, Incorporated, 2017

Almond flour is a good choice for rustic cakes, and we have found that it is particularly helpful to cookie recipes, where a small amount contributes richness, heft, and fat without adding a noticeable flavor.

“The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook: Revolutionary Techniques. Groundbreaking Recipes.” by America's Test Kitchen
from The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook: Revolutionary Techniques. Groundbreaking Recipes.
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

You will see that adding water to the flour, before it is blended with the butter, makes a little gluten and makes these cookies a little less crumbly than most Wedding Cookies.

“BakeWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Baking with Over 200 Magnificent Recipes” by Shirley O. Corriher
from BakeWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Baking with Over 200 Magnificent Recipes
by Shirley O. Corriher
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Spread the almonds in an even layer on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and bake at 275°F for 25 minutes on the middle oven rack.

“Joy's Simple Food Remedies: Tasty Cures for Whatever's Ailing You” by Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.N.
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White Chocolate-Macadamia Cookies Prepare as directed but substitute 3/4 cup white baking chips for semisweet chocolate chips and 1 cup chopped macadamia nuts (4 ounces) for walnuts.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
from The Good Housekeeping Cookbook
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2004

In a large bowl, whisk together the almond flour, granulated sweetener, protein powder, poppyseeds, lemon zest, baking powder, and salt.

“The Everyday Ketogenic Kitchen: With More than 150 Inspirational Low-Carb, High-Fat Recipes to Maximize Your Health” by Carolyn Ketchum
from The Everyday Ketogenic Kitchen: With More than 150 Inspirational Low-Carb, High-Fat Recipes to Maximize Your Health
by Carolyn Ketchum
Media Alternatives, Incorporated, 2017

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  • Thank you so much. I have some newly diagnosed allergy kiddos and they had been talking about baking cut outs for months for christmas. They are going to be thrilled!!

  • Hi Tara, what type of Cardamon did you use for this recipe, the green, black, or white? I have never used it before so I don’t know what type to use for the cookies. Thanks in advance if you get this belated question. I just found your channel

  • I just gave these a go with the rosewater delicious. I was expecting a little more of cookie similar to Italian amaretti. But I thought they were very good. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

  • How can men FOCUS on your recipe when YOU wear a super low cut dress like that? Are you sure it’s your RECIPE that you’re promoting on you tube?

  • I love how they realize that diets like Paleo, Keto, Whole 30 are RESTRICTIONS! but they call it as it is great that these fad diets are based on senseless restrictions hahaha. What a hypocrisy!!!! Eat healthy, be flexible, exercise and you’ll be good but people like it to be easy. 30-40 years ago, these fad diets were not in existence, however obesity is at its highest now.

  • Thanks for sharing your recipe, will definitely try this!! been looking for an easy almond flour cookie recipe and found this ���� hope mine would be a success.

  • I hand rolled them into small balls, once placed on cookie sheet, flattened it a bit with hand or wet fork, reduced oven time to 10 minutes. Easy & delicious.

  • Tried this recipe. Turned out awesome without using vanilla extract. Using almond butter was a good idea. I plan to try this with lesser sugar and choc chips next time

  • A rimless cookie sheet would allow you to flatten the cookie with your hand or the flat bottom of a glass to get a flattened cookie. I’ll hunt some rose water!

  • Oh my gosh! I am on an anti mould diet and I have gluten and dairy sensitivities. When you said that in the beginning I was just pulled in! I am having so much trouble finding recipes and hoping I’ll find some on your channel!

  • HELP! I’m new to Keto and can’t figure out what I’m doing wrong. No matter what I try differently, all my sugar cookies or fathead dough creations stick to the paper so badly that after baking I can’t get them off the paper! Especially frustrating is making cheese crisps, with mozzarella and/or cheddar cheese. These always end up in the trash. What am I doing wrong?

  • Love, the video. One tip can you taste the cookie and then tell us what it tastes like. Other then that, love your enthusiasm.����❤️

  • Hello Dani, thank you so much for this recipe!! My daughter is allergic to gluten and dairy so this works well!! She is going to be thrilled! Is there another flour I could substitute for coconut flour that would still make them tasty?

  • I did gluten free walnut fudge brownies and white blondes with pistachio and coconut
    Then I did oatmeal raisin and chocolate chip
    And I did pumpkin bread I cut it into cubes and put then in ziplock holiday color containers and have the. Away

  • YEAHA holiday treat that I can really actually EAT this season��!!
    THX SO MUCH for sharing this as have been trying not to �� while watching all the delish holiday food ads these days…LUV having some allergy free YUM options��:)
    Happiest of Seasons to You, Dani, and Sweet FamilyBlessings����.

  • Saw similar recipe on another channel without the Cardamom & rose water and made it. I thought something was missing but didn’t think of adding the Cardamom & rose water which i love love love. Oh cant wait to make this. THANK YOU!

  • I’m new to your channel and I love your videos. Short sweet and to the point. By far my favorite videos on YouTube. Oh and recipe I’ve made of yours has turned out great and yummy. Thanks so much. Happy Holidays.

  • hmmm. I wonder if I could put some green or red food coloring in my splenda, let it dry and use it to sprinke on top. just for a festive look for Myself.

  • Thanks for sharing your recipe, will definitely try this!! been looking for an easy almond flour cookie recipe and found this ���� hope mine would be a success.

  • Does the honey have to be a special brand? I did everything how you show in the video and was very hard to make the cookies they broke all the time.

  • Oh my gosh! I am on an anti mould diet and I have gluten and dairy sensitivities. When you said that in the beginning I was just pulled in! I am having so much trouble finding recipes and hoping I’ll find some on your channel!

  • Oh wow, Dani, seriously! THANK YOU FOR POSTING THIS ONE! It’s hard to find recipes that are so easy to put together. Every recipe you’ve put out that I’ve tried has been a winner. EVERY SINGLE ONE. Thank you! Now I can easily make what cookies without the sugar! #ohmyeasygoodnes!

  • Girl, this recipe is perfect, I recently started baking and this was my first attempt at cookies. These ended up so delicious and I’ve been making them ever since. I would highly recommend this recipe to anyone with small children or if you just want an easy recipe for delicious cookies. Thank you so much for this recipe:)

  • Wow these cookies are delicious!!! The outside is crunchy and melts in your mouth and the inside is soft and delicious. Thank you for this recipe so easy to put together. I did omit the Rose water and the other spice you mentioned and just substitute with what I had at home. I used 1 tsp of vanilla and 2 tbsp of orange juice.

  • Thank you so much. I have some newly diagnosed allergy kiddos and they had been talking about baking cut outs for months for christmas. They are going to be thrilled!!

  • Hello Dani, thank you so much for this recipe!! My daughter is allergic to gluten and dairy so this works well!! She is going to be thrilled! Is there another flour I could substitute for coconut flour that would still make them tasty?

  • I did gluten free walnut fudge brownies and white blondes with pistachio and coconut
    Then I did oatmeal raisin and chocolate chip
    And I did pumpkin bread I cut it into cubes and put then in ziplock holiday color containers and have the. Away

  • U always hav awesome ideas. I luv everything bout this channel���� keep it coming and stay beautiful ✊��✌ now I want sum cookies…these n particular

  • I made them. They looked delicious. The almond flour just isn’t a good idea for this recipe. I need to lather on something to make these taste better than cardboard.

  • YEAHA holiday treat that I can really actually EAT this season��!!
    THX SO MUCH for sharing this as have been trying not to �� while watching all the delish holiday food ads these days…LUV having some allergy free YUM options��:)
    Happiest of Seasons to You, Dani, and Sweet FamilyBlessings����.

  • This in in the fridge cooling right now! Thank you I will report back with how they turn out. Could you consider please doing a white frosting using maple syrup or honey? I can’t seem to find a frosting I can have. Thank you!

  • Any thoughts on substituting with a different flour like rice flour or chickpea? Or do we need the flavor that almond flour has? Nice video thanks

  • I love how they realize that diets like Paleo, Keto, Whole 30 are RESTRICTIONS! but they call it as it is great that these fad diets are based on senseless restrictions hahaha. What a hypocrisy!!!! Eat healthy, be flexible, exercise and you’ll be good but people like it to be easy. 30-40 years ago, these fad diets were not in existence, however obesity is at its highest now.

  • Thanks for the video, Dani. I have a question: I’m not allowed eggs right now (healing my gut) and thought I couldn’t have cookies. I am using ground flax seeds for egg replacement. Do you know if that would work in the place of the eggs??? I might be able to make some cookies if you think so. Thanks!

  • Thank you for the recipe. I will try this Christmas. I like to make Doubbletree cookies. Not too healthy but delicious. I also like to make “Marranitos” is a mexican cookie in the shape of a little pig ( I have the cookie cuter for this) they taste close to ginger bread cookies but much better because they contain a lot of molasses 😉

  • What about using slivered almonds instead of chocolate cookies? I love almond taste but not crazy about chocolate chips. Thank you for the recipe!

  • Hi Dani, thank you for posting a new recipe this week! I appreciate it. I really appreciate the easy icing recipe and this healthier version of the cookies. I have everything that I need and haven’t been able to do any baking yet. I am planning on making two batches of your coconut flour chocolate chip cookies and the very delicious pumpkin breakfast cookie with the dried cranberries! Merry Christmas! Thanks for everything that you have taught me so far. I hope you and your family have a very wonderful Christmas Day XO

  • These look good does it matter what type of Almond flour do you use? If someone lives in an different country can they just use the almond flour they have available?

  • This in in the fridge cooling right now! Thank you I will report back with how they turn out. Could you consider please doing a white frosting using maple syrup or honey? I can’t seem to find a frosting I can have. Thank you!

  • These cookies are SO. Good. Literally better than regular cookies with gluten. I substitute peanut butter, since almond butter is so expensive in the country we live in, but this is my go-to foolproof cookie recipe now. Thanks!!

  • These look good does it matter what type of Almond flour do you use? If someone lives in an different country can they just use the almond flour they have available?

  • Hey Natalie thanks for another awesome video! Im so glad you made something with almond flour because I’ve been meaning to ask if you could make a video for vanilla cake with almond flour and not oat. If not ily anyway ❤️

  • I hand rolled them into small balls, once placed on cookie sheet, flattened it a bit with hand or wet fork, reduced oven time to 10 minutes. Easy & delicious.

  • I made these with Hazelnut butter instead, and replaced sugar with Swerve Brown Sugar Replacement, (diabetics in my family), they turned out really good!

  • I was thinking about making sugar cookies this weekend! Perfect timing for your video:) And matcha frosting? Your creativity never ceases to amaze me!

  • Definitely including them in our cookies making day this Saturday!! Some can eat regular but myself and one child have food allergies/issues. Thanks for sharing.

  • I made these just yesterday substituted almond butter w peanut butter instead, added some chopped almonds for an extra crunch and chopped 80% cocoa dark choc! But since i would prefer crispy cookies, i have left the cookie dough overnight in the fridge before baking the next day. and oh my it turned out pretty awesome!! Crispy, crunchy and definitely not super sweet and dare i say, its almost comparable to famous amos cookies! Its perfect! Thanks for the recipe:)

  • How can men FOCUS on your recipe when YOU wear a super low cut dress like that? Are you sure it’s your RECIPE that you’re promoting on you tube?

  • Can I use a GF Flour? Also, could I sub a melted earth balance soy free vegan butter vs coconut butter? I kno I could use cashew butter, too, tho…(bet sunbutter or tahini would work as well).

  • This is a serious question… why does “simply quinoa” keep copying you? Are you a collab or something? She literally posted sugar cookies with matcha icing right after you and then last week or so did the same thing with the molasses cookies. It’s making me angry

  • What about using slivered almonds instead of chocolate cookies? I love almond taste but not crazy about chocolate chips. Thank you for the recipe!

  • Love, the video. One tip can you taste the cookie and then tell us what it tastes like. Other then that, love your enthusiasm.����❤️

  • I made the a couple of days ago and they are awesome!! I didn’t have almond butter so I used sunflower butter and they are so good and chewy. Next time I’ll try it with almond. This recipe is definitely a keeper:)

  • The best cookie recipe ever! It was so chewy and soft on the inside. It was so good and I will never make any cookies without almond flour now. Thank you so much I can’t wait to make these again it was too good

  • Why cant you yanks use proper measurements like pounds/ounces…..grams/kilos…..instead of….. “cups”!!!!! What the fuck is that meant to mean?????
    #dumbyanks

  • I just came from your blog and I am loving videos too!! ❤️ Hope you can continue what you love to do. thank you for sharing your passion with us. I can’t wait to make these:D

  • Any thoughts on substituting with a different flour like rice flour or chickpea? Or do we need the flavor that almond flour has? Nice video thanks

  • Hi Tara, what type of Cardamon did you use for this recipe, the green, black, or white? I have never used it before so I don’t know what type to use for the cookies. Thanks in advance if you get this belated question. I just found your channel

  • I just gave these a go with the rosewater delicious. I was expecting a little more of cookie similar to Italian amaretti. But I thought they were very good. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

  • The best cookie recipe ever! It was so chewy and soft on the inside. It was so good and I will never make any cookies without almond flour now. Thank you so much I can’t wait to make these again it was too good

  • Thank you! So quick and easy! I made it with plain water and cinnamon instead of rose water and cardamom, and it turned out good. I plan to add a bit of sucanat or coconut sugar next time cuz I like it sweeter, but a dab of strawberry jam on top solved that for me this time.

  • Can I use a GF Flour? Also, could I sub a melted earth balance soy free vegan butter vs coconut butter? I kno I could use cashew butter, too, tho…(bet sunbutter or tahini would work as well).

  • I love your balance for fun treats like this. Healthy cookie, lower calories frosting… but you still have it all! I’m going to make these this year ;D Thank you so much! Excellent vid.

  • I’m new to your channel and I love your videos. Short sweet and to the point. By far my favorite videos on YouTube. Oh and recipe I’ve made of yours has turned out great and yummy. Thanks so much. Happy Holidays.

  • A rimless cookie sheet would allow you to flatten the cookie with your hand or the flat bottom of a glass to get a flattened cookie. I’ll hunt some rose water!

  • Hey Natalie thanks for another awesome video! Im so glad you made something with almond flour because I’ve been meaning to ask if you could make a video for vanilla cake with almond flour and not oat. If not ily anyway ❤️

  • Add a tad more moisture and they will expand. Baking powder needs moisture to activate. Add a bit of water or use 1/2 cup less almond flour.

  • Can you plz do healthy recipes gor one year old baby am traying to feed him as healthy as possible not to suffer from obesity like me

  • Add a tad more moisture and they will expand. Baking powder needs moisture to activate. Add a bit of water or use 1/2 cup less almond flour.

  • Wow these cookies are delicious!!! The outside is crunchy and melts in your mouth and the inside is soft and delicious. Thank you for this recipe so easy to put together. I did omit the Rose water and the other spice you mentioned and just substitute with what I had at home. I used 1 tsp of vanilla and 2 tbsp of orange juice.

  • Tried this recipe. Turned out awesome without using vanilla extract. Using almond butter was a good idea. I plan to try this with lesser sugar and choc chips next time

  • Saw similar recipe on another channel without the Cardamom & rose water and made it. I thought something was missing but didn’t think of adding the Cardamom & rose water which i love love love. Oh cant wait to make this. THANK YOU!

  • I’m curious how the cookie holds up without any fat. Usually cookie recipes have butter or oil to give some flavor and texture. Could you add butter or coconut oil?

  • hmmm. I wonder if I could put some green or red food coloring in my splenda, let it dry and use it to sprinke on top. just for a festive look for Myself.

  • I was thinking about making sugar cookies this weekend! Perfect timing for your video:) And matcha frosting? Your creativity never ceases to amaze me!

  • HELP! I’m new to Keto and can’t figure out what I’m doing wrong. No matter what I try differently, all my sugar cookies or fathead dough creations stick to the paper so badly that after baking I can’t get them off the paper! Especially frustrating is making cheese crisps, with mozzarella and/or cheddar cheese. These always end up in the trash. What am I doing wrong?

  • Guys this cookies are truly good no joke this recipe is the best �� I tried another one that had more views before this one and it was a complete fail �� but then I found this one and they are very good

  • U always hav awesome ideas. I luv everything bout this channel���� keep it coming and stay beautiful ✊��✌ now I want sum cookies…these n particular

  • My. My, my, there ought to be a law against these beautiful, yummy cookies�� absolutely the best! I couldn’t wait for the butter yo become sift, so I microwave it (Too much) too had, I went on anyway. I didn’t have dark brown sugar, but light brown. They were STILL AWESOME. Thanks a lot!

  • Just made these for my dad who is in keto diet (not really tbh hahaha) and it turned out really good! I did change few things, I used some white sugar instead of all brown sugar to help make it crispier, also used peanut butter. I admit its not really keto friendly with all the sugar and chocolate chips i added but dad loved it anyways �� This will be my go to cookies with almond flour from now on yay thank you so much for the recipe

  • Does the honey have to be a special brand? I did everything how you show in the video and was very hard to make the cookies they broke all the time.

  • I made this recipe but made one big cookie. Like a cookie pizza. Topped it with coconut whipped cream and sliced strawberries. Delicious. This will be my new go-to recipe for sugar type cookies!

  • Oh wow, Dani, seriously! THANK YOU FOR POSTING THIS ONE! It’s hard to find recipes that are so easy to put together. Every recipe you’ve put out that I’ve tried has been a winner. EVERY SINGLE ONE. Thank you! Now I can easily make what cookies without the sugar! #ohmyeasygoodnes!

  • I made these for Christmas! I made trees & stars.��⭐ They’re delicious!! I will be making another batch today, probably snowmen and some more trees since I still have some leftover green icing.�� Thank you so much!⛄

  • I love your balance for fun treats like this. Healthy cookie, lower calories frosting… but you still have it all! I’m going to make these this year ;D Thank you so much! Excellent vid.

  • Thank you for the recipe. I will try this Christmas. I like to make Doubbletree cookies. Not too healthy but delicious. I also like to make “Marranitos” is a mexican cookie in the shape of a little pig ( I have the cookie cuter for this) they taste close to ginger bread cookies but much better because they contain a lot of molasses 😉

  • she didn’t add any flavor extracts… that is a MUST in my house lol! I would suggest a mixture of almond and vanilla for sugar christmas cookies!

  • Powdered Lakanto would be a great sub for honey, and coconut butter pi’s great for frosting. Satisfying Eats has a great chocolate shot recipe, and tropical tradition has great coconut butter recipes such as chocolate recipes. It is also easy to use Japanese white sweet potato in baked goods!!!

  • These cookies are SO. Good. Literally better than regular cookies with gluten. I substitute peanut butter, since almond butter is so expensive in the country we live in, but this is my go-to foolproof cookie recipe now. Thanks!!

  • Just made these for my dad who is in keto diet (not really tbh hahaha) and it turned out really good! I did change few things, I used some white sugar instead of all brown sugar to help make it crispier, also used peanut butter. I admit its not really keto friendly with all the sugar and chocolate chips i added but dad loved it anyways �� This will be my go to cookies with almond flour from now on yay thank you so much for the recipe

  • I made a heart shaped cookie for my daughter, tinted it with food coloring, and topped it with buttercream frosting. Oh, and I added almond extract to have the traditional sugar cookie flavor!! We have more dough so we’re baking some more! Woohoo. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

  • she didn’t add any flavor extracts… that is a MUST in my house lol! I would suggest a mixture of almond and vanilla for sugar christmas cookies!

  • Why cant you yanks use proper measurements like pounds/ounces…..grams/kilos…..instead of….. “cups”!!!!! What the fuck is that meant to mean?????
    #dumbyanks

  • I made this recipe but made one big cookie. Like a cookie pizza. Topped it with coconut whipped cream and sliced strawberries. Delicious. This will be my new go-to recipe for sugar type cookies!

  • Thanks for the video, Dani. I have a question: I’m not allowed eggs right now (healing my gut) and thought I couldn’t have cookies. I am using ground flax seeds for egg replacement. Do you know if that would work in the place of the eggs??? I might be able to make some cookies if you think so. Thanks!

  • Powdered Lakanto would be a great sub for honey, and coconut butter pi’s great for frosting. Satisfying Eats has a great chocolate shot recipe, and tropical tradition has great coconut butter recipes such as chocolate recipes. It is also easy to use Japanese white sweet potato in baked goods!!!

  • Definitely including them in our cookies making day this Saturday!! Some can eat regular but myself and one child have food allergies/issues. Thanks for sharing.

  • Hi Dani, thank you for posting a new recipe this week! I appreciate it. I really appreciate the easy icing recipe and this healthier version of the cookies. I have everything that I need and haven’t been able to do any baking yet. I am planning on making two batches of your coconut flour chocolate chip cookies and the very delicious pumpkin breakfast cookie with the dried cranberries! Merry Christmas! Thanks for everything that you have taught me so far. I hope you and your family have a very wonderful Christmas Day XO

  • My. My, my, there ought to be a law against these beautiful, yummy cookies�� absolutely the best! I couldn’t wait for the butter yo become sift, so I microwave it (Too much) too had, I went on anyway. I didn’t have dark brown sugar, but light brown. They were STILL AWESOME. Thanks a lot!

  • I made these with Hazelnut butter instead, and replaced sugar with Swerve Brown Sugar Replacement, (diabetics in my family), they turned out really good!

  • Thank you! So quick and easy! I made it with plain water and cinnamon instead of rose water and cardamom, and it turned out good. I plan to add a bit of sucanat or coconut sugar next time cuz I like it sweeter, but a dab of strawberry jam on top solved that for me this time.

  • I made a heart shaped cookie for my daughter, tinted it with food coloring, and topped it with buttercream frosting. Oh, and I added almond extract to have the traditional sugar cookie flavor!! We have more dough so we’re baking some more! Woohoo. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

  • I made these just yesterday substituted almond butter w peanut butter instead, added some chopped almonds for an extra crunch and chopped 80% cocoa dark choc! But since i would prefer crispy cookies, i have left the cookie dough overnight in the fridge before baking the next day. and oh my it turned out pretty awesome!! Crispy, crunchy and definitely not super sweet and dare i say, its almost comparable to famous amos cookies! Its perfect! Thanks for the recipe:)

  • Girl, this recipe is perfect, I recently started baking and this was my first attempt at cookies. These ended up so delicious and I’ve been making them ever since. I would highly recommend this recipe to anyone with small children or if you just want an easy recipe for delicious cookies. Thank you so much for this recipe:)

  • Guys this cookies are truly good no joke this recipe is the best �� I tried another one that had more views before this one and it was a complete fail �� but then I found this one and they are very good

  • Can you plz do healthy recipes gor one year old baby am traying to feed him as healthy as possible not to suffer from obesity like me

  • I’m curious how the cookie holds up without any fat. Usually cookie recipes have butter or oil to give some flavor and texture. Could you add butter or coconut oil?

  • I made them. They looked delicious. The almond flour just isn’t a good idea for this recipe. I need to lather on something to make these taste better than cardboard.

  • I made the a couple of days ago and they are awesome!! I didn’t have almond butter so I used sunflower butter and they are so good and chewy. Next time I’ll try it with almond. This recipe is definitely a keeper:)

  • I made these for Christmas! I made trees & stars.��⭐ They’re delicious!! I will be making another batch today, probably snowmen and some more trees since I still have some leftover green icing.�� Thank you so much!⛄

  • This is a serious question… why does “simply quinoa” keep copying you? Are you a collab or something? She literally posted sugar cookies with matcha icing right after you and then last week or so did the same thing with the molasses cookies. It’s making me angry

  • I just came from your blog and I am loving videos too!! ❤️ Hope you can continue what you love to do. thank you for sharing your passion with us. I can’t wait to make these:D