Apple Cinnamon Cookies

This is a super simple and delicious Apple Cinnamon cookie with coconut and almonds.  I was inspired to make these after all the positive responses I received on the Carrot Cake Cookies so I wanted to make a healthy fruity one too.  You can make these and use them as desserts, or snacks, or whatever else your heart desires.  I also wasn’t happy with just baking these, so I got daring and took some of the mixture and pan fried one of the patties in coconut oil and it was AMAZING so feel free to be daring and serve these up for breakfast sauteed with some 100% Pure maple syrup, People who have never heard the word Paleo will devour these.

 

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Apple Cinnamon Cookies
 
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Serves: 15
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Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 350 Degrees F
  2. Combine all of your ingredients EXCEPT your eggs in a food processor, pulse it until all the pieces are small but still a little chunky. If your food processor is not large enough to accommodate everything just split it up. I did the almonds first, then the apples.
  3. Combine that mixture with the eggs in a large mixing bowl and mix well
  4. Using your hands, form the mixture into "patties" and place on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet. The size of the "patties" are up to you, or you could make the into bars. I made mine about 2 inches across and got about 15 cookies
  5. Bake until done, around 30 minutes
  6. Enjoy


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43 Comments

  1. These were really good. I didn’t have almonds so I used almond flour. And even though I may have processed the apples a little too much, these still turned out fabulous!! Perfect amount of sweetness. These are my new favorite treat! Thank you!

  2. Could I do raisins instead of almonds, just to change it up a bit. I newbie to Paleo so I am not sure if raisins are Paleo friendly…:)

  3. OK, so this might souind like a stupid question, but I’ll ask anyways. :) If I want to do make these into “bars” would that batter fit in a 13×9 or more like 9×9 pan? I making these this week!! I need something quick and easy for breakfast in the morning during the week, this may be one of solutions! :) Loving these recipes…can’t wait for the book to come out!!! I just went Paleo and love it…feel great now that I really pay attention to eating clean.

  4. I have this in the oven now and it smells like apple pie!! uhh heaven. my sister’s nickname has been Apples for many years now so I baked these for her!! she follows a pure junk food diet so I am excited to see what she thinks. this is the ultimate test- for non-paleo eaters to like paleo foods.

  5. Good only wish they were sweet. These aren’t sweet at all and I personally would like them better if they were. Maybe I’ll add honey next time.

    1. Dave, you will have to google conversions to know what a cup translates to in measurements. As for calorie content, I don’t measure or track any of that. You can find it by plugging the recipe into myfitnesspal.com or fitday.com

  6. Made these using coconut sugar and they are by far the best coconut flour cookies I’ve ever had. I’m thinking you should just call them chocolate chip macaroons though. ;)

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