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Paleo Cookies ? Even the Cookie Monster Would Approve this Paleo Cookie Recipe!

Posted on 04 January 2011 by admin

If you’re looking for a yummy paleo cookie recipe, then raise your hands in delight right now because that’s what I’m going to share with you today!

But I got a little story to tell so hear me out please…Just feel like getting it off my chest is all.

You know, I was watching Sesame Street with my niece recently and the cookie monster came on screen bellowing his infamous lines:” Me want paleo cookies!”, “Me eat paleo cookies!”

Well…Alright, he didn’t actually say “paleo” cookies. My mind was kind of messed up at the time. I was so obsessed about finding paleo cookie recipes!  

You see, the Paleolithic diet lifestyle was driving me nuts!

Now, this is a very healthy diet and after being a “caveman” for a couple of months, I see marked improvement in my physique as I’ve finally lost some body fat and feel more energetic.

But the problem is…

I was getting a little tired of eating boredom-induced paleo meals. I couldn’t find any decent dessert recipes done caveman style. Specifically, I wanted cookies for dessert…

So I asked myself, “For the love of everything holy, how on earth do I make some paleo-friendly cookies?” And I also wanted some decent dessert recipes.  I had enough of eating fruits after every meal (healthy yes, but I wanted something new for a change)!

Luckily, I found several paleo diet cookbooks containing hundreds of recipes and guess what?

They got paleo cookies in there (JOY)!

The cookbooks are available as download only. If you’re crazy about paleo desserts like me, then rejoice again because they have great stuff like choco and coconut custard, marzipan, nut balls etc along with paleo breakfast, dinner and lunch recipes. It’s all there.

Follow this link if you’re interested in those cookbooks…

Okay that said; let’s learn how to make some sinfully delicious hazelnut paleo cookies ASAP!

Ingredients:

•    Hazelnut meal (2 cups)
•    3 egg whites
•    2 tsp of ground cinnamon
•    1 ½ tsp of ground nutmeg
•    2 tbs of melted honey

Directions:

•    Use a fan-forced oven and pre-heat to about 180 °C.

•    Drop everything in a mixing bowl except for egg whites. Combine those ingredients well.

•    Use another bowl to beat the egg white until stiff peak forms. Now, nicely and gently fold the beaten egg whites into the hazelnut meal.

•    Lay a sheet of baking paper on a baking tray. Put small pieces of mixture on the tray and finally, bake in the oven until it looks brown and crispy (approx 15 minutes).

Now enjoy some hazelnut paleo cookies that I reckon even the cookie monster would approve!

And if you’re interested in making more delicious Paleolithic recipes like rustic, hot and spicy chicken salad, mango sorbet, along with other fancy paleo desserts like lemon tarts, cherry balls etc. Follow this link: http://www.paleorecipecookbooks.info/

Sam Hutchinson

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Paleo Cookie Recipe ? How to Bake Some Extremely Yummy Paleo Diet Cookies

Posted on 04 January 2011 by admin

Oh man, I just had some paleo diet cookies and they were reeeeeally delicious! I’m very pleased that the whole batch turned out alright, so you know what I’m going to do now?

Well, I’m going to share this extremely yummy paleo cookie recipe with you. I want you to try out this paleo cookie recipe and then go right ahead and spread the joy…

Yes spread the joy my friend! Meaning you should share the cookies with your loved ones, family, friends, your pet tortoise or hamster, whatever…It’s all one love from here on out!

You know, my fiancé used to chide me for going on the paleo diet. She said “the caveman diet” was boring because you can’t consume pasta (her fave food), preservatives, rice and other staple foods of most people on this planet.

So when I said to her I wanted to try this paleo cookie recipe, she just scoffed and said it’s going to taste “really bland” like most paleo diet meals.

Now, what she didn’t know is that I had downloaded a collection of Paleolithic diet cookbooks. I’ve tried some of the recipes in those cookbooks and they tasted fine. That gave me the confidence to give this paleo cookie recipe a test drive!

You can check out the cookbooks by visiting this link: Downloadable Paleo Cookbooks Set

Alright, I apologize for blabbing too much. Here’s the paleo cookie recipe. Try it!

You’ll need – – > 2 tbs arrowroot powder, 1 cup coconut flakes, ½ cup of maple syrup, ½ tsp organic kelp salt alternative (or just use the regular one if you like), ¼ cup of sesame seeds, ¼ cup of sunflower seeds, ½ cup of finely chopped pecan, 1 tsp of vanilla essence, 4 egg whites

Directions:

(1)    Beat the egg whites until stiff peak have formed.

(2)    Dry fry coconut flakes, pecan and seeds until they become slightly brown.

(3)    Drop arrowroot powder, salt and egg whites in a bowl and combine well.

(4)    Fold in coconut, pecan seeds and maple syrup until combined well.

(5)    Lay a parchment paper onto your cookie sheet or jelly roll pan. Next, scoop the mixture with a tablespoon and place on the paper.

(6)    Finally, bake the mix at 150 degrees C for approximately 25 minutes or so. Once the cookies are fully browned wait for them to cool and then…

Eat, eat, eat and don’t forget to spread the joy! Also don’t forget to pat yourself on the back for giving this paleo cookie recipe a shot. Good luck!

Need more paleo diet recipes?

Once again, you can check out the aforementioned paleo cookbooks where you’ll get access to over 200 perhaps 300 recipes tasty recipes.

I don’t recall the exact number because I’ve only tried a handful and so far, so good. There are recipes for paleo style nut balls, raisin cookies, nut delights, salads, seafood, noodles, soups and whatever…I’m too tired to list them all – sorry!

Check it out at – – > http://www.paleorecipecookbooks.info/

Sam Hutchinson

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Use A Diet Cookie Recipe And Diet Cookies To Stick With A Diet

Posted on 04 January 2011 by admin

The Most Important Aspect

I believe that the most important aspect of any weight loss program is how to stick with a diet.  It doesn’t matter how healthy the diet is, or how fast it can help you lose weight, or how much weight you can lose with it, if you do not stick with a diet long enough for it to be effective.

Fad Or Not Fad, Who Cares

In fact, I don’t care if a diet is labeled fad or not and I don’t mind if a diet is “unhealthy” with in reasonable limits.  Fat, especially around your internal organs is a lot more unhealthy than most diets ever will be so the trade off is worth it. 

Diet Cookies And Diet Cookie Recipes

Diet cookies may be a way for you to stick with a diet and if they work more power to them.  The fact of the matter is that diet cookies can help many people who otherwise would not be able to stick with a diet.  With diet cookies it is all in the diet cookie recipe.  A good diet cookie recipe can make good diet cookies that contain the important nutrients to help curb your appetite and provide the vital components to a healthy body.

Check With Doc

As with any diet it is important to check with your doctor before going on any diet and it would be a good idea to have an exit strategy for maintenance.  Then find a good diet cookie recipe and begin making diet cookies to use.  This will help you stick with a diet long enough to lose dangerous fat, look great, feel great and live confidently.  A good diet cookie recipe can be found on the Internet and by experimenting with the diet cookie recipe you can literally make dozens of different combinations to help you lose weight and feel great.

Good Diet Cookies, Good Diet Cookie Recipe Makes One Stick With A Diet

So start today by finding a good diet cookie recipe and baking diet cookies so you can stick with a diet, lose weight, feel great, and live confidently.

Christian Walker is a health lecturer, teacher, author. 

Hi there, Christian here, a great place to start with a good cookie diet is the Celebrity Cookie Diet.  I am not sure what it has to do with celebrities, but is is one fine cookie diet.

 

I have found a diet that I use as a maintanence diet since it allows me to eat my favorite foods every other day.  You can use it as I do to maintain your weight or maybe you would like to lose weight with it.  In any case it is great.  Check out the Every Other Day Diet Here.

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Quick and Easy Recipe for making Cookies with Gelatin Mix

Posted on 03 January 2011 by admin

Everyone loves homemade cookies but some of us think we don’t have the time to make them.  Wrong!  It doesn’t have to take all day or evening to whip out a delicious batch of homemade goodies.  For parents or grandparents of young children, I believe it is especially important to have them in the kitchen once in awhile to help you bake.  Here is a good simple recipe for those who think they don’t have the time!  These Gelatin Cookies are good ones to make with children.  They love pressing the dough balls down with a sugared glass.

GELATIN COOKIES
 
3/4 cup shortening
1/2 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp baking powder
2 1/2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
1 tsp salt
1 pkg (3-oz) fruit flavored gelatin (your choice)

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

In a large mixing bowl,cream the shortening and sugar together until smooth. Add the dry gelatin mix, eggs, and vanilla; mix well. In a separate bowl mix the baking powder, flour, and salt together. Add the flour mixture to the sugar mixture and mix together well. Roll the dough into 3/4-inch balls. Press onto a greased cookie sheet with a small glass, the bottom dipped in sugar. (Rub a small amount of shortening on the bottom of the glass to get sugar to stick the first time. Bake at 400 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes until lightly browned.

Note: You can add a couple of drops of food coloring to enhance the color of the gelatin, if desired.

Enjoy!

For more quick and easy recipes visit my blog at http://grandmasquickfixrecipes.blogspot.com

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