Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

I have a confession, I LOVE COOKIES.  I know that may not seem like much of a secret but I love trying to create new cookies that are delicious and everyone loves.  I believe I hit a home run with these.  They are easy to make, cook fast and stay nice and soft.  The level of joy that shoots through my body when I taste that first bite of melting chocolate paired with the hint of sea salt just throws me in an entirely new happy place.  Wow, that was a really sensual description of my first bite, good thing I didn’t take any video of it.  Honestly though, I am so excited to read your comments and see what flavors you have added and who you tricked with these beautiful cookies.  Just a reminder, I love reading your comments but sometimes I know other prefer different social platforms like Instagram.  If you are in the kitchen, making or eating these, please take a picture or video and tag my page so I can see.  See that picture below?  Want to eat it don’t you?  It is only 20 minutes away so get to cooking.


Before you make these delicious cookies, I have a secret to tell you.  My app is being released on July 23rd, 2013.  Set your alarms, reminders, calenders or put a sticky note on your forehead; just don’t forget.  We are going to do an initial launch price of $0.99 for over 200 Paleo Recipes.  If you don’t want to remember, have no fear, subscribe to my newsletter HERE and I will shoot an email out letting you know that day.  I know this may sound bias, but I have had the app on my phone for a week and I open it all day because it is honestly breathtaking.  The navigation is so simple, photos for every recipe, and options to save it or email it to friends.  It is so much easier than having my computer in the kitchen to make my own recipes.  EEEEEK, I am so excited.


Are you as excited as I am?  I hope so.  I am just overwhelmed with awesome ideas to keep updating it and sending out to continue to make your Paleo cooking journey as simple and delicious as possible.  Do you have any ideas?  If so, leave me a comment and I will let you know if we have them in the app or I will take note and work on them.

4.7 from 23 reviews
Double Chocolate Chip Cookies
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Serves: 24
  1. Preheat your oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit (177 Degrees Celsius)
  2. In a mixing bowl or stand mixer, combine your almond flour, coconut flour, sea salt, and baking soda and mix well
  3. In a smaller mixing bowl, combine your egg, vanilla, coconut oil and honey and mix well
  4. Add your wet ingredients to your dry ingredients and mix ensuring you incorporate all of the ingredients
  5. Fold in your chocolate chips and chocolate chunks and mix by hand to spread them out evenly
  6. Using a medium cookie scoop or tablespoon, spoon the batter onto a parchment lined cookie sheet leaving room for the cookies to spread
  7. Place in the oven and bake for 13-15 minutes or until done
  8. Remove and place your cookies on a cooling rack
  9. Enjoy
Everyone's cookies will be different sizes so ensure if they are smaller or larger you slightly modify the cooking times so they don't burn

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  1. Delicious! I have only been following Paleo for two weeks and am starting to miss “desserts”. These were perfect! Mine didn’t spread out at all either, but toward the end, I just smushed them down with the bottom of a glass. Lol! I tweaked the recipe just a little. I did half butter, half coconut oil. And added just a few drops of maple syrup and agave.

  2. I have made these several times and they have been my saving grace as cookies are my weakness. I used to bake and eat a whole tube of toll house or pillsbury premade cookies. Anyway, they always turn out tasty but very soft. What can I do to firm up the recipe without adding more volume? Extra egg maybe?

  3. You were not joking…you are a dessert MASTER. These cookies are most definitely New York Times best seller material :o)

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  5. Thanks for the awesome recipe! These are by far the best tasting GF/DF cookies I have had!!! I ran out of coconut oil (and I never eat butter) so I ended up using 1/4 cup coconut oil and 1/4 cup almond butter. SO YUM!!!

  6. Just made these cookies and they are awesome!!! My 10 year old daughter says she loves them!! She posted a picture to show how great they look. Ours did come out a little darker than the picture shown here. I’m guessing the vanilla made them darker..any suggestions on how to make them lighter? Either way we love them!!!

  7. How can this be made into cookie dough ice cream? I have a base but would I just freeze the batter as is and add it to the ice cream or do I need to omit any of the ingredients?? Thanks!

  8. OOOOhhh mmmmy mmmy mmy! Per my boys,these are Awesome; Mom…your the best cooker ever; howd you make these sooo yummy; Can we eat all of these?!! And me? I am smiling from ear to ear, very ok to celebrate by joining my boys in the cookie fest! =-) My family has many food allergies, so I tweeked these bad boys like so: omit coconut (allergy); omit egg, and added 2 Tbls ground chia seeds to dry ingredients; omit dairy/coconut oil (allergies), sub 1/4 C. each of mashed banana and grated (refrigerated) lard; subbed out maple syrup for honey (allergy). I baked them at 350 for 20-23 minutes. Let them cool before you eat =-) Hope this helps anyone that has any of these allergies!! Thank you so very much!!!!!

  9. Hi :) Made the chocolate chip cookies tonight. AMAZING!!! I LOVE baking during the holidays and I’ve had to put that on hold the last year b/c I couldn’t figure out how to bake with the almond & coconut flour; nothing would come out right or even kinda edible. I made cookies following your recipe tonight and holy cow they are AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My husband (the official taste tester) grinned ear to ear as he scarfed down 5 or 6 before they had a chance to cool. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Love these – I add chopped nuts and shredded coconut, and only use half the recommended amount of mini chocolate chips, and leave out the chocolate chunks. It’s still pretty chocolatly this way. We won’t eat them any other way now, gotta add those nuts and coconut!

    It’s so great to have a tasty treat without feeling guilty. It’s also nice to know that – if I grab a cookie in the afternoon if I’m hungry or losing energy – that I’m getting healthy fat and protein, and not just a sugar rush.

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