Hey friends, it’s that time of year again … cookie time!
I’m already planning my list of cookies I need to bake before Christmas is upon us. No bake, gluten free, coconut snowballs are definitely on the list! They’re a crowd pleaser and one that is ridiculously easy to make.
I’m also spending a bit of time each day making natural food colorings and saving them in little jars in my refrigerator for the baking frenzy ahead. I’ll be sure to post how to make natural food coloring soon. I’m planning on using it to color some royal icing to decorate onto my favorite soft sugar cookie recipe from my eBook, Nourishing Cookies for a Healthy Holiday. It’s one of my favorite cookie recipes that’s honey sweetened and tastes just as great with or without icing. It’s SO good!
To get these recipes along with 10 others, make sure to pick up my eBook, Nourishing Cookies for a Healthy Holiday – 10 Naturally Sweetened Holiday Cookie Recipes PLUS Two Bonus Traditional Christmas sweet recipes!
All of the recipes included in this eBook are made with all natural sweeteners such as honey, maple syrup, and rapadura whole cane sugar. Don’t worry if you’re not too familiar with natural sweeteners. In the book you’ll find a great introduction to natural sweeteners that will help you make the switch from refined white sugar to a more nourishing natural alternative. I also share with you tips and tricks to achieve great cookie results and give you some food for thought on why naturally sweetened sweets are “sweet enough.”
The cookie recipes included in this eBook are:
- Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
- Mexican Orange Cookies
- Spanish Polvorones (Almond Cookies)
- No Bake Coconut Snowballs
- Double Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Chewy Molasses Cookies
- Buttered Cutout Cookies
- Cherry, Almond, and Dark Chocolate Biscotti
- Almond, Orange, Shortbread Cookies
- Soft “Sugar” Cookies with Honeyed Buttercream Frosting
Plus 2 Bonus Recipes!
- Turrón de Navidad
- Buñuelos de Viento
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What are your favorite holiday cookie recipes? Please share them in the comments below.