Almond Cookies with Cinnamon Glaze

So before we get to the recipe, I have a very special request to make.  I am honored to be nominated for the annual Homies awards.  It has been a dream of mine since starting this website and I can almost taste it. The nomination period ends February 8th at 1159 PM EST and if I am in the top 5, I advance to the finals for you to come back and vote for me.  If you feel I am deserving, the next 24 hours are crucial for the nominations.  If you could, please take 3 minutes and vote for me in the 3 categories I am in.

Best healthy cooking blog

Best recipe blog

Best food photography on a blog

Thank you from the bottom of my heart, I will be so honored and promise to just try and become better for you.  So without further stalling, here is the recipe which I guest posted on Against All Grain.

Almond Cookies with Cinnamon Glaze

I am not going to deter from your cooking, so this is just a filler sentence, but if you are still reading thank you so much for being so awesome and voting for me if you did.

Almond Cookies with Cinnamon Glaze

4.8 from 10 reviews
Almond Cookies with Cinnamon Glaze
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Serves: 12
Cinnamon Glaze
  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
  2. Combine your almond flour, coconut four, baking powder, and cinnamon in a mixing bowl and stir well
  3. Add your oil, honey, almond extract (or vanilla) and eggs and mix into a soft dough
  4. Dust your work surface with almond flour and lay your dough out, pressing to just shy of ½ inch thick all around
  5. Cut into circles and lay on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet. I didn’t have a cookie cutter so I used the lid of a small mason jar
  6. Place in the oven and bake for 9 minutes
  7. With your cookies in the oven, combine your honey, butter, and cinnamon for your glaze in a small bowl and mix well
  8. At the 9 minute mark, pull your cookies out of the oven, and using a basting brush, brush your glaze on all of your cookies
  9. Place your cookies back in the oven and bake for 9-11 minutes or until done
  10. Remove from the oven, sprinkle with some almond flour or shredded coconut and drizzle your remaining glaze over your cookies
  11. Serve immediately or place in an airtight container which will last 3-4 days

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  1. Wow!! These are amazingly delicious! Love the nutella chocolate chip cookies. And the banana bread…..hands down the best and most satisfying one I’ve had. Thank you for sharing these recipes

  2. These are my favorite cookies!! We make them frequently, have shared with several friends, and our little one loves them too! Can’t wait to try more of your recipes

  3. I just made these and am eating a warm one as I type! They are fantastic! This is the second recipe of yours I have made. Your banana bread is hands down the BEST paleo baked goods recipe I have ever made. I am so impressed that your recipes are ones I can rely on to be tasty. Thanks for all your hard work!!!!!

  4. These are great! My daughter and I think they are awesome! So easy to make and delicious – thanks for the recipe!!!

  5. I was just thinking about all the cookies I will have to give up the next 40 days since I won’t be eating Chocolate for Lent and you solved my problem! Once my almond flour gets in this will be the first thing to go in my oven!

  6. Thanks for this recipe, George. I find that cinnamon is a flavour that really makes me believe I’m eating something sweet but without the sugar. I think it is interesting that you bake the glaze as well…. it must make them crispy on top. Thanks for the inspiration.

  7. Perfect timing posting these. Was snowed in and had all the ingredients. These came out awesome! I might add a little more honey to the glaze just to make them slightly sweeter but I can’t stop eating these. Thanks!

  8. Made these this morning! As others note, it’s too cold to be outside so may as well warm up the house!

  9. Wonderful recipe! I just made a batch, they are so good and my house smells so awesome. I am your new biggest fan. I have made so many of your recipes in the past few weeks and they are all so good. Do have to modify them to be egg and nightshade free due to allergies but everything is still turning out delicious. Thanks for sharing your gift!

  10. I so totally voted for you days ago! Thank YOU for such awesomely great recipes! I’m new to Paleo (19 days in to be exact!) and they have saved my sanity and made being in the kitchen (barefoot but not preggers), an absolute JOY to behold. You’re awesome!!! Keep it up


  11. Pft of course we would vote for you! You basically feed us with all your delicious recipes :) And I’m definitely going to make these cookies as soon as I get home. Can’t wait for you to make it to finals!

  12. I’m sad I can’t drop everything and make them right now! It’ll definitely be on the schedule for tonight. I voted for you, keep up the awesome recipes and amazing job that you’re doing. Good luck!!

  13. Just voted for you! I wish you the best of luck, you deserve it! I just might make these cookies today, they look so good and I do have all the ingredients on hand. I am on Day 4 of the nicotine patch and try NOT to eat to replace a cigarette. I usually don’t have any sweets in the house, but today, I think I need something besides carrot & celery sticks. I’ve got to beat this’s a hard one to beat.

  14. I voted! You deserve to win; you are a great resource, and such a caring person. These cookies look amazing. I’ll be baking them this weekend. Since my switch to Paleo in October, cookies have been missed. A treat every now and then keeps us sane :)

  15. Alllriighhhtt…. Since you posted this amazing cookie recipe I will go vote for you. And the fact that I’m obsessed with your “perfect pancakes” :-P. good luck! And thanks for making paleo so much easier wit your great recipes! I owe it all to you and juli at paleomg.

  16. Good luck! I voted for you!

    Thank you for these delicious recipes! I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and was advised to go paleo a few months ago. Your recipes, upbeat attitude and success story have been very inspiring on my journey to be a healthier, happier human. Thank you!

    I cannot wait to make these!

  17. My votes are in as well. And these cookies will be in the oven this weekend. Just have to get through this whole work thing first

  18. George-
    With Blizzard Nemo approaching, I am in need of baking it up and making something delicious. 12-24″ expected on the coast of Rhode Island. =[ Thank you for the recipe. These look amazing! Good luck with the Homies!!

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