Last Minute Apple Cinnamon Cookies


A few days ago I stumbled over a nice super easy recipe for some quick cookies, last minute cookies. I thought it would be good to safe that page in case I need something quick and easy to prepare. And that situation happened just a few days later when I was invited for lunch to my boy-friend’s parents house. I don’t like to be invited for an occasion and arrive empty handed. So I always try to pepare some dessert to bring. If I don’t have time a bottle of wine or some flowers can be a second choice though.

I had a day time so I decided to try this recipe for cookies. It would be a no fancy lunch, after that there is no ‘big’ dessert needed. They would be perfect!

All ingredients were in my pantry, I just had to put them together and that’s it. The cookies came out so super yummy that it was hard not to try and re-try them how yummy they are. The original recipe you find on the website of the Paleo Running Momma. I follow her already for a long time. Like many other US-based paleo bloggers she has always great recipes and wonderful, mouth watering photos.

My recipe is a little different as I changed some ingredients and the quantity of others. Feel free to try both versions and let me know which you like more.


apple cinnamon cookie
Apple Cinnamon Cookies
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Servings Prep Time
20 cookies 15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
20 cookies 15 minutes
apple cinnamon cookie
Apple Cinnamon Cookies
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
20 cookies 15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
20 cookies 15 minutes
Ingredients
Cookies
Coating
Servings: cookies
Instructions
  1. Put the pitted medjool dates into hot water for at least 10 minutes to soften them a little bit.
  2. Put the softened dates in a food processor and process them roughly.
  3. Add all the other ingredients omitting the coconut flour. Process until it forms a soft nice paste.
  4. Transfer the paste into a medium size bowl and add the coconut flour. Stir until the paste and the flour are well combined.
  5. Now form small balls, roll them in the coating cinnamon-sugar and put them on a plate. In the end flatten them with a fork to get a nice shape.
  6. Transfer the plate in the fridge and serve cold.
Recipe Notes

I transferred the cookies in a air-tight container. When they are out of the fridge for a while they are getting a little sticky. Cold they are 'clean'.

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