If you are someone who loves dark chocolate and craves for everything bitter sweet this recipe is just for you. My Almond Butter – bitter sweet cookies have just the right crunch and just the right bitter sweetness to  tease your taste buds and leave you with a sweet lingering for quite a good while to come…  

Neil and me have been literally going berserk over cookies these past few weeks.. not to mention the fussy little Annie digs into everything that has a flavour of chocolate in it…too.. time and again… 🙂 And hey, make no mistake our indulgences are purely Paleo… starting with us making a stopover at every stall that has the words ‘gluten-free’ and ‘paleo complaint’ marked on them in just about every winter market to making our own versions of Paleo compliant ginger cookies and Almond butter – bitter sweet cookies…. we are conquering it all, one cookie at a time… 

Paleo Almond Butter Cookies
ALMOND BUTTER – BITTER SWEET COOKIES

Actually its about the season as well.. come Christmas, cookies are impossible to avoid.. They are everywhere and in all shapes and sizes, in unbelievably different colours and flavour combinations… I sometimes imagine if we were to collect one cookie of each flavour and size that there is out there exactly how big a space would we need? Point is  my world is no different than yours and I may post legit dinner and lunch recipes that I crave for (which is true)  I can’t seem to hide the fact that there is oscillating back towards the cookies each time… 

Flourless Almond butter cookies

And why wouldn’t it be? When we have a recipe that can be made with literally just 5 ingredients (90% of which maybe available at your home at any given point) who can possibly say no? 

Almond butter is super healthy as it is loaded with magnesium and is great when it comes to keeping your blood sugar levels stable. But the one very important thing to note here is that if you are buying your almond butter from the market you wanna make sure that the only ingredient listed on the bottle is ALMONDS and nothing else. And better yet if you have a great blender (unlike me) it is just better to make your own almond butter at home.

Lets get baking then:

[lt_recipe name=”Almond Butter – Bitter Sweet Cookies” summary=”The Almond Butter cookies are 100% Paleo complaint and completely flourless.. They are made with a 50 -50 combination of almond butter and dark chocolate and have a wonderful bitter sweet taste – which is typically favourite with dark chocolate lover. To make this recipe Keto compliant just replace coconut sugar with monk fruit sweetener and you are good to go!” servings=”12″ total_time=”45M” print=”yes” ingredients=”Almond Butter – 1.5 cups (375 ml);Coconut sugar – 5 tablespoons;Eggs – 2 (Large | Brown | Organic);Psyllium Husk – 2 tablespoons;Unsweetened Cocoa Powder – 2.5 tablespoons;Dark Chocolate – 40 gms (85% Cacao);Himalayan Sea Salt – 1/4th teaspoon;Equipments:;Food processor;Baking Pan; Parchment Paper” ]Chop the dark chocolate roughly into smaller pieces;In a food processor combine almond butter and coconut sugar and beat them together until well combines;Now add the eggs and beat them again for another 10-15 seconds(depending on how powerful your machine is);We are looking at consistency that easily sticks and comes together;Now remove half the dough in an empty bowl (we will call this dough no 1);The remaining dough is then dough no 2;To dough no 2 add cocoa powder, Himalayan sea salt and dark chocolate and beat them together in the processor until well combined;In the end we are looking for a similar dough consistency as that of dough no 1 – the one that easily sticks together and holds together;Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and line a baking pan with a sheet of parchment paper;Next pull out a small section of dough no 1 and place it on your hand and with the help of your fingers try to create a crescent or moon like shape – It should be indented on one side and circular on the other;Then pull out a section from dough no 2 and try to adjust the dough into the indented crescent portion of dough no 1 – the other end should be circular in shape;Press both the doughs (now stuck together and already forming a circle from each of their respective ends) between the palms of your hands and fine tune the circle if need be; Goal is to make it look like a yin yang cookie; Repeat the process for other cookies;Bake for 14 minutes.. Remove and set aside to cool;Devour!;[/lt_recipe]

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