Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat – the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat - the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

2017 Update: these Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies are the BOMB, and one of my favorite/your favorite recipes on the site. You guys seriously LOVE this one, and I don’t blame you. They’re so good. But…they also needed a photo update, so I’m republishing the post with the new photos! Unfortunately, I’m long out of college, but leaving the original post written below for nostalgia’s sake. Enjoy!!

I’m less than six weeks from graduating from college. How in the world did that happen? It feels like last year that I was writing a post about brioche and my college decision (throwback alert) and whipping up treats in my freshman year dorm room microwave for my (short) series on Dorm Life Eats.

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat - the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

I’ve somehow managed to keep baking, and blogging, and photographing, and writing, through every year and step of college. In some ways, I think my college career would have been different if I hadn’t been committed to Bakerita. Bakerita is my totally my creative outlet, and without this outlet, and without being able to chat and connect with all of you…the past few years would’ve been pretty different.

Also, let’s be honest: I’d also probably have less friends, because always having baked goods around makes people want to hang out with you.

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat - the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

My past four years have been some of the best of my life, and I’ve learned more, grown more, and evolved more from my experiences since stepping foot on the University of Puget Sound campus in 2011 than I have in any other time in my life. I’m not going to get sappy, because let’s be real, I’m sure the closer I get, the more I’ll write about how crazy it feels to be done with this chapter of my life.

But, best of all, college gave me a group of people to feed my baked goods to, to give me honest feedback and constructive criticism, and to give me descriptive quotes of cookies to share with you all, in hopes you don’t get tired of my same-old, same-old descriptive words. There’s only so many ways you can say a variation on delicious, okay?!

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat - the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

So – these cookies. We’ll start with a description from Mariah, who lived in the room next door to me freshman year and hasn’t lived far from me since (even in London!). She’s one of my best friends, and let me note, she does not seek out desserts that are healthy or gluten-free or Paleo or any of the other things that these cookies are. She just cares that they’re delicious.

Once you get past the crispy exterior, it’s so chewy and moist and wonderful. And OMG the chocolate chunks…they’re like fudge put in cookie form. I want these always and forever. They’re little pillows of happiness.

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat - the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

This was the common reaction to these cookies. These are based off my favorite Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies. I’ve made these a few times over the past two weeks, first tweaking them to be dairy free by using coconut oil.

I loved how much puffier the coconut oil cookies were than the ones using butter! Coconut oil was a definite success. A picture of the dairy-free, gluten-free but not quite yet Paleo version of these went up on my Instagram and tons of people requested the recipe.

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat - the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

I was in the process of making these again, this time to photograph, and decided to use coconut sugar instead and see if the difference was significant. If I’m honest…I couldn’t even tell the difference, and based on everyone’s reaction to these, neither could they.

These cookies may be free of dairy, gluten, and refined sugar, but they are also most definitely still awesome. However, if you don’t have coconut sugar on hand, substitute an equal amount of light brown sugar and your cookies will be just as good!

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat - the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

The real key to these, as I say in just about every recipe where I call for chocolate, is that chopped is always better than chips. It melts better because the wax in chocolate chips prevents them from saying melted and gooey, and chocolate chip cookies need to be melty and gooey. You can also control the percentage of cocoa in your chocolate by buying it in bars!

These cookies had sort of giant chocolate chunks in them because I got lazy while chocolate chopping, but it totally made them better. No one complains that there were too many giant melty chocolate pockets in their cookie.

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat - the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

If soft, thick, just-a-little-doughy-in-the-middle, chocolate chunk loaded chocolate chip cookies are your thing, you’ll love these. You won’t even notice that they’re a little better for you, but you can rest easy knowing these are way more guilt free. Enjoy!

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Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies
 
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Serves: 15 cookies
Ingredients
  • ½ cup coconut oil, room temperature
  • ¾ cup coconut sugar
  • 1 egg, room temperature
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 2¼ cups (9 oz.) almond flour (I recommend Honeyville blanched almond flour)
  • 1 cup (6 oz.) chopped dark chocolate (make your own chocolate to keep 100% Paleo)
  • Flaky sea salt, to sprinkle on top (optional)
Directions
  1. Beat together the coconut oil and coconut sugar until smooth. Add the egg and vanilla and mix until smooth.
  2. Add the almond flour, salt, and baking soda to the wet ingredients. Mix until well incorporated. Fold in the chopped chocolate. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least an hour (can prepare up to 48 hours ahead of time).
  3. When you're ready to bake, preheat the oven to 350ºF. Use a cookie scoop to form cookies and place on a parchment lined baking sheet; press down slightly. Sprinkle with flaky sea salt if desired. Bake for 10 minutes or just beginning to turn golden brown around the edges.

What I used to make these…

These Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies totally nail the taste and texture of your favorite classic treat - the taste testers who tried these had no idea they were Paleo! These gluten-free, dairy free, refined sugar-free chocolate chip cookies give you all the comfort without the guilt.

Comments

  1. These cookies look so incredible, Rachel! I love finding new ways to use coconut sugar, so I’m happy to hear everyone loved the coconut sugar in these. Good luck these next few weeks in college too, it will fly by!
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  2. I can’t get over all of the chocolate in these cookies! They look incredible, and it’s even better that they are healthier than your typical cookie. Blogging is such an important creative outlet for me, too, and life would feel so different without it!
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  3. I will be making these for a diabetic–can I use Xylitol or Splenda, or Stevia drops instead of the coconut sugar, and substitute coconut flour for the almond? Will the substitutions change the texture in any way? Also I found a recipe for making my own SF chocolate bars, which I will use in place of the dark chocolate.

    • Hi Brenda. I haven’t tried using a sugar replacement in these cookies, but I would definitely try a granulated sugar replacement (like Xylitol and Splenda) as opposed to the drops. Coconut flour is much more absorbent than almond flour so I would not recommend using it in these cookies. As long as the SF chocolate is OK for baking, that will be totally fine. Good luck!

      • J E Franks says:

        I just found out that my friend has a nut allergy so I needed to alter a few recipes. After reading through a few paleo web pages, I’m finding that sunflower flour is a good 1:1 substitute for Almond flour. I’m testing that ratio with these cookies now. For a while, because of an issue with the amount of nuts that are “OK” for the diet I started substituted a home-made pumpkin seed flour and entree’s taste just as delicious!

        • J E Franks says:

          I also just ran across a missing ingredient. 1 Egg. It’s listed in the directions but not the ingredients. :). Great photo’s and I”m a little late, but congrats on graduating!

          • Hi Jennifer. 1 egg is listed as the third ingredient in the directions. Thanks for the congratulations, I’m glad you like the photos!

        • Hi Jennifer, hope the sunflower seed flour works well in these cookies! Enjoy!

    • Hi Brenda diabetics can have sugars with cookies made with mesquite flour it helps break down sugars with little to no spike i make them all the time.

  4. Chopped chocolate forevs and evs!! This recipe sounds awesome (and I’m sending it to my GF bro-in-law immediately). I can’t believe you’re practically graduated–congratulations! Soak up these last few weeks, they are the best!
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  5. These are amazing Rachel! And so healthy! Can’t wait to make these and enjoy them guilt free : )

  6. i will need to have like a dozen of these. I know defeats the whole point but they look so soft, chewy and perfect!!

  7. These look great!They are my favorite cookie, only healthier. Can’t wait to try them!
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  8. Looks delicious! I already have about 10 paleo recipes in my current recipebook(this here: http://www.fitnessifying.com/paleo-recipe-book) but im definately gonna try out yours!
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  9. These are so tall, dense and loaded with chocolate that I can barely resist to head home now and just make them!
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  10. I love when people think they’re eating something so naughty when actually it’s all good!!!

    Good luck for those last 6 weeks; I remember being that close (so long ago!).
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  11. Congratulations on (almost) graduating, Rachel! I’m going to be starting college soon myself, and was wondering if maybe you could give me some tips for avoiding a totally awkward freshman year??

    And these cookies! Love. love. love! Your photos are stunning, too. :D

  12. These look so amazing! I have yet to try almond flour in anything, but I’ve really been meaning to. These are just the thing! Plus, dairy-free is always good for us!
    Melissa Belanger recently posted…Caprese Quinoa SaladMy Profile

  13. You seriously make the best cookies!!
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  14. I made a very similar recipe last week and it turned out delicious! I bet these cookies are very tasty and your pictures are gorgeous ;-)
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  15. These look awesome! I have been wanting to try using coconut sugar and this looks like the perfect recipe to see how it goes!
    Rachel @the dessert chronicles recently posted…Chocolate Toffee Matzah CandyMy Profile

  16. These cookies look amazing! They are making my mouth water! Graduating from college was a strange experience. I wish I had my blog back then. It would have been a great segway to get me started with what I want to do in the future.
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  17. I’m exactly four years behind you; I just officially decided today which college I’ll be attending in the fall!
    I definitely agree chopped chocolate works much better in cookies than chocolate chips! Love the quote from your friend (“little pillows of happiness;” you got that right!)
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  18. First of all, these cookies look out of control good. I love the craters of chocolate. As much as I want to take a shortcut most times, I’ve really taken to making the effort to chop up chunks of chocolate for cookies, too. Now..big congrats on wrapping up college! It was a pleasure to read about your last 4 years’ experience. And I’m so glad this blog gave you a creative outlet. You have obviously managed to do so much, so admirably well! Way to go!

  19. As I’m at the same junction in my life, I loved reading your old college decision announcement post! Your blog is super inspiring to any pre-frosh college student and I hope I can keep mine up :) These cookies look amazing!
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  20. YAY for you almost finishing college! so exciting!

    and…again…I REEEALLY need to get some coconut sugar! These cookies are OUTSTANDING

  21. So many congratulations!! It must feel so good to be finishing! I can’t wait to hear all about what your plans are next. These cookies look and sound totally like pillows of happiness. I wish I lived next door so I could come ask for cookies!
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    • Thanks so much, Sarah. Ahh…I wish I knew! My life is so up in the air. I’ll keep you guys updated though :) and I wish you lived next door so I could share!

  22. These look WAYYYYYY to good to be paleo friendly! You are a sweet genius!!! And yay for almost done with college… that’s amazing!
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  23. I literally want to make all your paleo recipes!!!!

  24. I made your cookies and they are great!!! I have been trying different recipes and none of them were just right for me. I did everything by the recipe except one item. When I placed them in the fridge – I decided to try rolling them into a log so that I could just slice and bake and for me – they turned out great and that was so easy to do. Thanks so much for posting this recipe!

  25. How long will the cookie get harder? They’ve been out on the oven for 20 minutes already and still soft.

  26. Made these tonight for my 4 year olds. They were soooo good! I put them in the freezer for about 3 hrs and then in the refrigerator for about 30 mins prior to baking. Baked 7 mins, took them out and let them cool for about 15 mins. Perfection!!

  27. Don’t know if you’ll read this now but does the coconut oil give off a really coconutty smell/taste?
    Every time in the past I’ve used it, its always ended up being so strong no one can stomach it! These look sooooooo good!!

    • Hi Cayla. I’ve never noticed coconut oil’s taste in baked goods. Be sure you’re using a good quality coconut oil meant for baking and you shouldn’t notice the flavor. Enjoy!

  28. Tamie Wiggins says:

    Made these…love these…whole family loves these, and believe me they are picky! De-lish!

  29. OH MY GOSH YES! I’ve been paleo for over 6 months now and i’m IN LOVE with this recipe! Clean cheating has never tasted sweeter. In all honesty I’ve never enjoyed regular chocolate chip cookies but these are a must. Tastes exactly like the paleo cookies at my favorite restaurant- a recipe I’ve been searching for FOREVER. Thank you so much!!!

    • Kylie, this is the best thing to hear!! I’m so glad you love the cookies, and I hope it’s a recipe you make again and again :) thanks for sharing!

  30. These taste amazing! Thanks for the recipe!

  31. Hi, I just made the recipe but with a big mistake you have as quantity for almond flour 2 1/4 cups (9oz ) that is not an equivalent measurement. Thanks to update online recipe , my cookies never rose during baking

    • Hi Kass. Sorry you had trouble. I always use the almond flour weight of 1 cup = 4 oz. which is consistent with the recipe. I’m not sure what could have gone wrong, but if you can give me more details I can help figure it out.

  32. Thank you for such an awesome, simple recipe! I used Trader Joe’s almond meal instead of almond flour (wasn’t sure if finely ground blanched flour was what you were calling for); regardless, they turned out great!

    I also took Nancy’s tip and rolled them into a log so I only made a few (which I promptly ate! :).

    Do you know if the dough would freeze well? I’m thinking these would be great to make in large batches for holiday treats!

    Also – love your blog! Just discovered it by googling paleo chocolate chip cookies. :)

    Thank you!
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    • Hi Teri!

      So glad you enjoyed the cookies. I haven’t tried freezing these, but like most cookies, I’m sure they do freeze well! Just make sure the cookie dough isn’t exposed to the freezer, and they should be fine. Also, I wouldn’t let them thaw before baking, just bake a minute or two longer. Enjoy :)

  33. Marcia Jacobs says:

    These cookies are amazing! Some of the best I’ve ever had. My family loved them too!

  34. Love the way these cookies look. Great idea to go with big chocolate chunks instead of chips. I used Honeyville’s almond flour and these turned out amazing!

  35. These were fantastic! My first Paleo cookie and it has been a huge hit with my 5 and three year old!

  36. Kudos! I tried 4 different paleo/grain-free cookie recipes today, plus 1 mix. For a holiday cookie party I’m attending, I’m making choc chip s’more cookies (2 cookies with marshmallow between, then dip half the “sandwich” in dark choc). I had to find a great paleo or at least GF option for the choc chip cookies. I tried a mix that worked well, so I knew I had that back up but I don’t want to spend that much on mix, plus it seems like a cop out. Hence the 4 well-rated choc chip cookie recipes I auditioned tonight…

    This recipe was the hands down winner. It was contestant “D” of A-D. My husband had decided on B, I think, until he tried these and he declared this recipe the winner on the spot. I tried them and agreed. I now feel sick from trying all of these cookies, but I can give this recipe the thumbs up all around from my household! The cookie party ladies will hopefully appreciate all of my research. :) In all seriousness, if you need a low-allergen, “healthier” choc chip cookie recipe that won’t fail, this is the one. Winner-winner, choc chip cookie dinner! (Which is what I had tonight… vurp…)

  37. For only using 1/2 c. coconut oil, it seems that there is a lot of flour in this recipe! Is 2 1/4 cups right?? I want to make these, but don’t want them to turn out dry or grainy from too much flour.

  38. I’ve tried making this recipe 2 times now and both times the dough it produces is so dry and “sandy” that I can’t even really form cookies with it! What am I doing wrong? And what can I do to fix my problem now?
    Thanks,
    Dave

    • Hi Dave, sorry for your troubles! More likely than not, the problem is that your almond flour is too coarse. I’ve added a link in the recipe with the brand I recommend (Honeyville) – it’s blanched and very fine and acts much more similarly to a traditional wheat flour than some coarser almond flours/meals do. In the meantime, you could try baking the cookie dough you have in a pan to make blondies so it doesn’t go to waste. Hope it still tastes delicious! Happy New Year.

      • Rachel, you are so right! I switched from Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour to Wellbee’s Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour (only because it was a little cheaper than Honeyville) and they worked perfectly! Thanks so much for the help in getting this figured out. I love the cookies now!
        Dave

  39. these were delicious! i substituted brown sugar for coconut sugar— only because I am snowed in and didn’t have any coconut sugar on hand. I am saving this recipe and trying not to eat the entire batch tonight :) Thanks for sharing!

  40. So I’ve made these 2x and they don’t look anything like the photos. They look more flat like a normal cookie. Odd. Could be my almond flour is different. Regardless, OMG. Best. Cookies. Got approval from nit-picky brother and husband. They demanded more once they tasted their first cookie. I’d say that’s a solid win.

    • Yay so glad they turned out well, even if they don’t look like the photos! That could come down to something as small as temp of the ingredients, but either way – glad you like them! :D Thanks for sharing, Shelby.

  41. Best Paleo Choc Chip Recipe I have found. Made the dough last night and baked this morning. Really amazing! Thank you so much for sharing. This is now my only Paleo Choc Chip recipe.

  42. LouAnn Livengood says:

    These cookies are A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!! I’ve made them for my family & given the recipe to everyone!!! I keep a batch of the cookie dough in the fridge for whenever I need a sweet snack!! My hubby even loves them!! I read through the comments ‘ didn’t see the nutritional info, can you post them?

    Thanks!!

  43. Christine says:

    I have never ever commented on a recipe before and I am no stranger to perusing recipes online but I felt compelled to comment on this. I am new to paleo and these were SO GOOD. Amazing. I feel like a whole new world of baking has opened up for me even if I’m no longer following paleo strictly in the future. Thank you!!

    • Christine, your comment gave me a HUGE smile! I’m so glad this recipe compelled you to leave your first comment :) this recipe one of my favorites as well – so glad they made their way into your kitchen. Enjoy!

  44. Hello,

    Can you please make a recipe almost like this but without the sugar or any sweetener? Cacao mass for chocolate?

    • Hi Julie. Chocolate chip cookies without any sugar or chocolate wouldn’t really taste like chocolate chip cookies anymore…you could try substituting a calorie-free sweetener for the sugar if that’s what you’re looking for. Since cacao mass has no sweetener, I imagine it would be pretty bitter in cookies, but you could give it a shot – I’ve never used it before so I’m unsure of how it will work.

  45. These cookies were absolutely wonderful! Recently completing the Whole 30, my major craving throughout was chocolate chip cookies so I set out to find a paleo-friendly version. I found it here! My mother-in-law, who is not a sweets fan, devoured them and raved about them. Thanks for a great recipe!

  46. Mariuxi says:

    I made this today and it was a HUGE hit with my kids. I made it in a pie pan so that it was a large chocolate chip cookie. We loved the recipe so much that I made another batch right afterwards for a friend. Thank you!

  47. Cindy Del Vecchio says:

    I’ve recently become Paleo after doing Whole30 and loving it. These look great, but I’m confused about the dark chocolate. Doesn’t have sugar in it, therefore making these “un-Paleo”? Or is there a dark chocolate without sugar? Thanks!

  48. These were delicious! Even my husband liked them, and he hates anything that might have a hint of a coconut flavor. He said they tasted like an oatmeal chocolate chip cookie.
    I used almond meal from Trader Joes and brown sugar instead of coconut sugar because that is what I had and I really wanted to try this.
    Thanks for the recipe! I will definitely make these again.

  49. I have been wheat intolerant for 6 years and these cookies are the best and nicest thing I have eaten! Thank you! They are the nicest cookies I ever had! Perfect texture! They are gooey and crispy all at the one time! The only problem I have with them is they disappeared as quick as I made them! Thank you :-)

  50. I made these and while they taste good, they expanded and became one flat cookie. I made sure to leave lots of space but they never rose.

  51. Farrah Geroso says:

    These cookies are amazing. I have been paleo for a few years now and have tried many cookie and baked good recipes around the web. I have to say Rachel you truly have a gift and are an amazing baker! I made these cookies the other day and they only lasted a day in my house. I made your chocolate chunks and they are so delicious. I like them better than the enjoy life because they use sweetener of my choice. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing recipes with us. I look forward to trying many many more recipes. You truly have a special gift! It says a lot when people eat your baked goods and don’t know they are paleo. Shhh…. our little secret. Happy holidays.

  52. These don’t taste good at all. too much coconut sugar.

  53. These were amazing! Do you have the nutritional info on the cookies? Thanks

  54. Kristina Anderson says:

    I love these cookies!! I was wondering if you had the nutrition facts available for them!?

  55. Can I use regular AP Flour ?

  56. I made these wonderful cookies with 1/2 c. mini Nestle chocolate chips. I did let them rest in the frig for 1 hour, then made my little mounds ( with a smallish ice cream scoop) on a 1/4 sheet pan…obviously I placed them too close. Well…they joined together making one rectangular cookie! :)
    They did not rise of consequence, but I’m not complaining since they tasted excellent and they were the treat I was seeking. Had never used coconut sugar and it was surprisingly good. Is it truly Paleo? It seemed a bit more sweet than the honey and agave I have used prior in muffins so that was another plus. I’m pleased I happened onto your web site and am now a subscriber. Thanks for these great cookies!

    • So happy to hear you enjoyed the cookies, Jane! Coconut sugar is one of my favorites, and has a very low glycemic index so it doesn’t spike your blood sugar too much. It is a bit sweet, so you can definitely cut down on the sugar next time you make them if you taste buds prefer. Thanks so much for subscribing, I hope you find lots of recipes here to love.

  57. Hi Rachel! The cookies sound and look amazing! I’m just wondering though – is your coconut oil in solid or liquid form at room temperature? It’s pretty hot where I am, and the coconut oil is usually in liquid form. Would that affect the recipe?

    • Hi Cheryl – I use the coconut oil when it’s solid, but kind of soft. I’d recommend putting in the fridge for a bit before using to get it similar to the consistency of softened butter before using.

  58. Ah-mazing recipe! Should these be stored at room temperature or in the fridge?

  59. Congrats to you for finishing college! I’m wishing you many wonderful opportunities in the months ahead once you stop celebrating! This recipe is trending on Pinterest and I can’t wait to try it for the Paleos in my life.

  60. They sound amazing with the coconut sugar, can’t wait to try it out.

  61. Whoa! These look ah-mazing! Love the healthier ingredient list and all of that warm, gooey, melty chocolate. HEAVEN!

  62. Why would you preheat the oven if you have to refrigerate the mixture for at least an hour?

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