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Friday, January 8, 2016

Paleo mocha fudge cookies

This recipe has everything you'd expect from good biscuits: chocolate and large walnut pieces. For an extra kick, the slight coffee flavor makes. Not only at Christmas time, these Mocha Schokokekse a treat. Also on the plus side for the cookies is that they are extremely easy to bake. Here nothing can go wrong! In half an hour the mocha chocolate biscuits are on the table, and half the time you can watch while baking. What more do you want?

For 15 pieces // active: 15 minutes // Total: 25 minutes

180 g almond flour
1 teaspoon Baking powder
60 g chocolate chips
60 g walnuts
1 pinch (es) salt
2 tablespoons honey
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 egg
2 tablespoons ground coffee
1 tsp vanilla powder


Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
Almond flour, salt, coffee powder, chocolate chips, and baking powder.
Chop walnuts coarsely and add to the mixture.
Melt coconut oil. Mix with honey, vanilla powder and egg.
The honey-oil mixture to the flour mixture add and mix well.
Put about 15 biscuits pile on a lined baking paper with a tablespoon.
For 10 minutes put in the oven. Allow to cool well.
Our tip

Instead of the fine (expensive) almond flour can also use ground almonds - but the consistency will not be quite as perfect.

Eighth in the chocolate chips out that they are "clean" and are made of 100% cocoa, such as the Rainforest. Matching chocolate chips are hard to find in stores. You can alternatively chop a 100% chocolate into small pieces.

... We speak from experience. The biscuits are just too tasty to them only once to try. Alternatively, you might as well recommend the double recipe :-)

Tip: if you are looking for more cookie recipes, we recommend our Christmas cookbook with our favorite cookie recipes, Christmas sweets, the best cake for the Advent Sunday, homemade Paleo gifts and the perfect festive menu.


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