This recipe is such an easy dessert, and it’s perfect if you have some leftover apple from another dish. You can make a quick and delicious Paleo dessert with just a few minutes of prep.
If you haven’t come across tahini paste before, it’s roasted sesame seeds ground into a thick paste. It definitely smells like sesame seeds, and you can get different colored tahini paste based on what color sesame seeds were used to make it. The consistency is similar to that of nut butter and it definitely tastes slightly nutty in flavor as well. Tahini paste has been used for centuries and is still used in many cuisines including that of many Middle Eastern regions.
If you don’t have tahini paste, then you can use almond butter instead in this recipe.
For the chocolate coating, you can use any type of dark chocolate you have available. If you’re staying mostly Paleo, then try to use dark chocolate over 70% cacao. This will have lower amounts of sugar in the chocolate. You can also use chocolate chips like the Enjoy Life chocolate chips, which are free of many allergens including soy. If you prefer to avoid as much sugar as possible, then use 100% dark chocolate for this recipe.
I first came across this simple dessert in Austin at a food cart. It was such a delightfully simple and yet delicious treat that I’m surprised it’s taken me so many years to recreate it myself.
Making these frozen banana desserts is super easy – you basically only need some ripe bananas and some chocolate for dipping it into.
If you’re not aware of this, when bananas are frozen, they become very creamy in texture. So much so, that frozen bananas blended is often used as an easy dairy-free ice-cream substitute.
These raspberry white chocolate fat bombs (AKA keto desserts) are absolutely delicious and easy to make.
If you don’t know what fat bombs are, they are often desserts (although they can also be savory) with very little carbohydrates/sugars but lots of healthy fats. They’re also usually bite-sized so they’re perfect as snacks. If you want to know more about fat bombs, this article explains all about what they are and how to create your own.
Good healthy desserts are hard to come by! But this one is delicious and good for you – it’s full of great fats from coconut, dipped in chocolate, and sweetened only with stevia. If you prefer to use a different sweetener, then please feel free – raw honey is a great option if you’re not keto/low-carb.
These fat bombs are super easy to make, and you can keep them in the fridge until you want to eat one. They’re great also as a quick snack when you’re hungry or craving sugar.
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We couldn’t just tell you what ketogenic fat bombs are without also telling you how to make fat bombs! So, this article is a bit longer and will cover what are ketogenic fat bombs and 3 easy steps for making keto fat bombs. If you follow our 3 easy steps for making fat bombs, you’ll be able to make an almost endless selection of keto fat bombs to satisfy your desires.
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Most foods can now be “Paleofied” to become a gluten-free and healthier version of its prior self. But desserts (and in particular baked goods) have to be one of the hardest things to make healthier. That’s why we’ve created this list of AMAZING Paleo cakes that will leave you astounded and asking “How Can This Beautiful Cake Be Paleo?”
Just imagine if you made one of these cakes for someone’s birthday or a party and then told the guests that what they ate was actually Paleo!
A few of the recipes contain dairy products like cream cheese and are primal cake recipes, so please check the ingredients carefully if you’re avoiding all dairy products.
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These Paleo and Keto chocolate coconut cups are so easy to make you’ll be wondering why you haven’t been making these your whole life! Keep a stash of these in your fridge and you’ll never run out of healthy and delicious snacks when you’re hungry. And in case you’re wondering, yes this is a keto fat bomb dessert!
If you dislike using stevia, then add in 1 tablespoon of raw honey instead (you can also use a mixture of both stevia and raw honey to have a sweeter dessert without too many extra carbs).
Another substitution that can be made if you’re not on a ketogenic or sugar-free diet is to see semi-sweet chocolate on top of the coconut cups rather than 100% dark chocolate.
We’ve got so many Paleo muffin recipes in this post that we had to split them into 10 different sections in order for the post to be more manageable.
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If you’re looking for a healthier version of nutella, then this chocolate almond butter spread recipe is it. With just 5 simple and healthy ingredients, you can transform nutella into a healthy spread that’s great to use anytime. Plus, with this recipe, you can control how much sugar you want in your chocolate almond butter spread.
And you won’t believe just how easy this recipe is to make! If you have hazelnut butter handy, then use that to create an even closer taste to nutella. I found coconut sugar to create the best taste (but if you only have honey available, then that works too). There are different types of coconut milk and coconut cream available, so use what you have available and add it in slowly to get the spread to the thickness that you like. For a smoother spread, make sure to use smooth almond butter and coconut cream (no water).
It’s hard to resist these chocolate almond fat bombs – they melt in your mouth like a chocolate truffle and fill you up with fantastic fats. And of course, they taste amazing! So give this Paleo and Keto fat bomb recipe a try. (For more info about a Ketogenic diet, click here).
Each chocolate almond fat bomb is then decorated by topping each one with an almond. If you’re not a fan of stevia, then use a bit of raw honey in this recipe instead (or use a mix of stevia and raw honey so you can still keep the flavor great but the carb count low).
Just make sure to store these in the fridge as they will melt quickly at room temperature.
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These Paleo and Keto peppermint patties are perfect for parties or for storing in your fridge as mini treats. Even though they were barely sweetened, they taste fantastic, and the black and white layers really stand out and make them look cute and delicious.
Next time you’re going to a party and want to bring some desserts to impress the guests with, try taking these gorgeous layered peppermint patties – you’ll feel like a skilled chef rather than a home cook with these!
If you don’t like using stevia, then just add in a 1-2 tablespoons of raw honey instead. Of course, if you’re sticking to a ketogenic diet then you’ll need to take those extra grams of carbs into account.
This is another recipe that my dad especially enjoys. It’s lightly sweetened with stevia and has a great flavor to it with the unsweetened cacao powder and unsweetened shredded coconut. When it first comes out of the oven, it’s pretty soft still, but you can let it dry out for longer by leaving it in the oven at a very low temperature or just by sitting it out. Or don’t bother waiting and just enjoy immediately.
There’s also some chia seeds in this recipe to help everything gel together better.
It always seems so sexy (or perhaps just European) to finish a meal off with some coffee. So, these coffee-flavored coconut pots de crème seemed perfect.
Getting these to be perfectly moist and yet flavorful was not easy, especially since I wanted to reduce the sugar in them and add in some stevia (you can, of course, put in more honey instead of the stevia). It took me a while to perfect these brownies, but it was worth it (Jeremy loves chocolate brownies)!