How To Make Paleo Cookies The Hidden Art Of Making Mouth-watering Paleo Cookies

How To Make Paleo Cookies The Hidden Art Of Making Mouth-watering Paleo Cookies

If you want to learn how to make paleo cookies, then buckle up because in just a few momentsIm going to reveal the hidden art of making a bunch of very palatable paleo cookies.

Oh yes, forget about the hidden art thing, okay?

This paleo cookie recipe is pretty simple actually. Sorry! See, I was watching a kung-fu flick the other day, and the main character was talking about learning the hidden art of tiger claw technique. And I thought that sounded really cool!

Truth of the matter is I came to know a lot of delicious paleo diet recipes from a collection of downoadable cookbooks. There is huge selection of recipes in there, not just cookies mind you

So there you go. No hidden art I learned how to make paleo cookies from downloadable cookbooks.

Anyway, you can check out the paleo diet cookbooks at the bottom of this recipe.

Okay! With all that cleared up, lets get down to business on making those tasty paleo diet cookies!

Youll need – -> 3 egg whites, 2 tsp of ground cinnamon, 1 tsp of ground nutmeg, 2 cups of pecan nut meal, 2 tbs of melted honey, and a fan-forced oven.

Step-by-Step Directions:

1.Plug in your fan-forced oven and pre-heat it to 180 C.

2.Plop all ingredients in a bowl with the exception of egg whites. Mix up the ingredients well.

3.Get another bowl, put the 3 egg whites in it and beat them until they form stiff, firm peaks. Next, in a gentle manner, fold egg whites that were beaten just now into pecan nut meal.

4.Now take out a sheet of baking paper and lay it out on the baking tray. Scoop small pieces of mixture and put them onto the tray.

5.Bake until fully browned. Should take about 15 minutes or so.

Alright, go aheadEnjoy your pecan nut cookies paleo style! Now that you already know how to make paleo cookies, why not try your hands on other delicious and interesting paleo recipes like banana custard, coconut citrus cake, meatball minestrone, special paleo chicken skewers and more?

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