Cookies

Chocolate Bat PopsWith just 𝓉𝒽𝓇𝑒𝑒 ingredients, this spooky Halloween treat is easy to make and oh so delicious. We used vegan + gluten-free nut-butter stuffed sandwich cookies, and added mini white chocolate chips to our dye-free chocolate gem eyes for extra spooky night vision.
THREE Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies🥜 Where all my peanut butter lovers at?! 🙋🏻‍♀️ Fun fact: my husband and I met online, and he said the thing that caught his eye was that I wrote I love having peanut butter eating contests with myself 🤷🏻‍♀️. Girls gotta eat amiright?? 🧒 This recipe is super kid-friendly and a great way to get your kiddos cooking in the kitchen! With just three ingredients (natural creamy peanut butter, refined sugar free coconut sugar, and an egg), this recipe is as simple as it is delicious!
No Bake Easter Egg NestsAlthough we don’t celebrate Easter, Liv & Sawyer learned about the holiday through Peppa Pig’s Easter egg hunt, and once they saw chocolate was involved, they begged me to join in on the festivities 😂. These no-bake nests taste like oatmeal raisin cookies and are naturally sweetened by dates. We used coconut flour, making it a grain free and gluten free treat. Oh, and for all those celebrating Passover, this works for that holiday too (as long as peanut butter is part of your tradition)! Cookies bring us all together✌️
Carrot Cake Breakfast CookiesThese naturally sweetened gluten-free cookies are perfect for sneaking veggies in without even tasting it! With warm spices, high protein quinoa flour, creamy almond butter, and an entire cup of carrots, these cookies are great for breakfast or any time of day!
Chocolate Caramel Hamantaschen🔺These triangular stuffed cookies are for the Jewish holiday Purim, and many believe they resemble the 3-cornered hat that the evil Haman wore. ❌Supposedly, taking a bite out of the cookie is in defiance of bowing down to Haman and preventing him from carrying out his evil plan. 🧺 On Purim, we also make baskets each year with the kids, filled with candy and hamantashen cookies. We give the baskets out to our neighbors and friends to ensure that everyone has enough food for the Purim feast held later in the day, and to increase love and friendship.
Banana Pumpkin Quinoa CookiesThese gluten-free and vegan cookies are perfect for parents looking to sneak some extra veggies + protein into their children's diets. With plant based protein from the quinoa, oats, and peanut butter, these cookies also provide beta carotene, vitamin C, and iron from the pureed pumpkin. I give these cookies to my kids as a breakfast baked good or afternoon snack... it's so versatile and nutritious!
Oatmeal Raisin Breakfast CookiesThese breakfast cookies are nutritious enough for breakfast, yet taste like dessert! Made with wholesome sprouted oats, potassium-rich bananas, creamy peanut butter that's high in protein, and naturally sweet pure maple syrup, these cookies have easy, clean ingredients and come together in about 20 minutes! Vegan + gluten-free!