How to Make Delicious Choconut Cookies (Wild Diet & Paleo Friendly)



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20 thoughts on “How to Make Delicious Choconut Cookies (Wild Diet & Paleo Friendly)

  1. Looks delicious.  If you don't have chocolate chips you might use cocoa nibs instead.  It wouldn't be melty, but crunchy is good too.

  2. Can anyone help me figure out how to do the macros on this recipe? I'm new to this way of eating and I don't know how to do that?

  3. Oh my goodness, so delicious. I could just eat the batter, lol. I'll add my own disclaimer, don't eat raw egg.

  4. Trying these cookies tonight. We are on day four of your diet plan. Have loved everything but the smoothies. I have a problem with the texture of any smoothie….would substituting shakeology be ok?

  5. it would be better if you use oligosacharide or glucose syrup for baking. coconut sugar is pretty high in fructose.

  6. Weights, Karate, Biking and Meditation byKyle March 16, 2019 at 7:48 am - Reply

    How are you advocating a whole foods paleolithic-style diet and using added sugar and salt? Are cookies part of your "Wild Diet"? I can't stand Paleo people that hide behind a problem and try to fix it with stupid ideas. Like making "healthy" cookies. Lame. Why not help fat people stop the behavior that is making them fat? Stevia still over-stimulates the same neurotransmitters in the brain similar to opiates. You're not doing obese people any favors. Who the heck is your book for? Obese and overweight people or people that are already in shape? Did you study nutrition too when you were abroad? I see you ate those foreign foods. You admit cookies could be a problem, for let's say a Food Addict (aka: obese person) and yet you goobers are STILL making them. You two get the donkey award.

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