I’m the kind of girl who would see a packet of open biscuits (I’m not the kind of girl who would open the packet of biscuits) and tell myself that I was only going to eat one. Or two. Two maximum! Ok, three, but make it four so its even. But five biscuits will mean I have reached the half way point of the packet. Now I have eaten five what is the point? I will just eat the rest of them so that they are out of the house for good. That’s me.
Then my Husband will come home and ask where his biscuits are…
Its a genetic thing, I tell myself. I get it from my Auntie Maggie. (I love her so much!) Not because we share an uncontrollable urge to finish a packet of open biscuits, but because she is one of the most amazing women in the whole entire world. She makes everything ok and when I’m with her and my cousins, all is well in my world.
Clean Eating Coconut Ring Cookies definitely look the part and the best thing for me, they don’t come in a packet so I can control my urge to eat the whole batch! They are super tasty and fool proof to make! My husband even loved these (I let him eat them to say sorry for all cookies I have munched of his!).
What foods do you find hard not over indulge on?
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Clean Eating Coconut Ring Cookies
- Yield: 13
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Clean Eating Coconut Ring Cookies definitely look the part and the best thing for me, they don't come in a packet so I can control my urge to eat the whole batch! They are super tasty and fool proof to make!
- 100 grams Almond Flour (ground almonds)
- 50 grams Dried Coconut (no added sugar)
- 1/4 teaspoon Bicarbonate of Soda
- 2 Tablespoons Cashew Nut Butter
- 2 Tablespoons Coconut Milk
- 1 Tablespoon Maple Syrup
- Preheat the oven to 180° and line a baking tray with some grease proof paper.
- In a bowl, combine the almond flour, coconut and bicarbonate of soda.
- Add the cashew nut butter, coconut milk and maple syrup and stir to combine.
- Take out 1 Tablespoon of mixture and roll into a ball in your hands and place on the baking tray.
- Repeat this process until you have used up all of the mixture. It should make around 13 balls.
- Once all of the mixture is made into balls and they are evenly spaced out on a baking tray, press each one down until they are approximately 0.5cm thick.
- The cookies wont change shape in the oven, so make them as pretty as you can now by smoothing out any rough edges.
- If you want to you can make a small hole in the middle of the cookie, I used a small, clean cosmetic lid for mine.
- Once you are happy with the way your cookies look, place them into the oven for 10 minutes.
- Once golden brown, remove the cookies from the oven and allow them to cool on a cooling rack.
- Serve and enjoy!