Edible Cookie Dough Recipe — Paleo, Vegan and Gluten-Free!

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  1. Jan says:

    Might a chia “egg” work in place of flax (for those of us who have trouble with even flax)???? And would it then also bake, do you think?? Thanks for any ideas on this!

    • cecile says:

      Good recipe!
      I just use flaxseed meal, freshly ground and mixed with water to make the binder.
      Can’t do most gluten-free flours due to the potato starch they usually put (no Nightshades for me = much pain)
      Coconut and chickpea flour does it
      Jan, chia seed works as well for a binder
      For those who can’t do nuts, Tahini (sesame butter) is delicious, as well as sunflower seed butter

  2. Joann says:

    can stevia be used instead of maple sugar?

  3. Nicolas says:

    1 ¹/₂ chocolate chips?? 😝 Oz? Tbsp?

  4. Sherri Pope says:

    Could you use coconut sugar instead of Maple sugar?

    • You can use coconut sugar instead of maple sugar. Coconut sugar is not as sweet, so I would recommend starting with an equal amount of sugar, tasting it and adding more if desired.

  5. Jeannette Hall says:

    I’d be willing to say that all the suggested substitutions would work great. I’m always substituting various ingredients in recipes and usually they work out fine.

  6. Abu says:

    Er,, And how about substituting HIMALAYAN PINK SALT for the sea salt ???

  7. Margaret says:

    1 inch circumference? (distance around the edge of the circle.). Do you mean “diameter” (across the center) or radius ( from edge to center?” I will have to make mine a bit larger when baking them.
    Thanks so much for the recipe.

  8. Soymoon says:

    Can you suggest a substitute for the Almond Flour?
    Nuts cause pains in my joints?
    Thanx!

  9. Kim says:

    Recipe looks great but I need a replacement for the almond flour and nut butter – any suggestions ???

  10. Paula Glidden says:

    Not diabetic friendly.

    • Linda says:

      Why isn’t this diabetic friendly? Just found out my sugar numbers are high and am loosing weight and walking. Doing well so far but would like a little treat ocassionally

  11. Heather Clausen says:

    What is the nutritional information breakdown? Does anyone know? Thank you 😊

  12. Kammy says:

    Instead of almond flour I read somewhere you could use sunflower seed flour or cassava flour.

  13. Lu says:

    Please give the basic nutritional information. Very important for my diet. Thanks.

  14. Melissa says:

    I can’t find maple sugar at the grocery store I shop at.

  15. Dee says:

    Can I replace the maple sugar with honey or agave?

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