Updated: Aug 28, 2019
The cookie queen is BACK, but this time with some healthy Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough that is Paleo, Vegan, and Gluten-Free.
Did I just grab your attention? Because my eyes have lit up just typing this sentence! This delicious homemade recipe was inspired by my once little hands always stealing cookie dough from the bowl as a kid.
I think we've all done that, and if you haven't well now is your chance to just take the whole bowl and own it.
Anywho, this recipe is rich, sweet, and way better than your mom’s chocolate chip cookie dough (Don't tell her I said that).
This Edible Cookie Dough is:
Egg-Free & Dairy-Free
Quick & Easy
So grab your spoon and let's dig into this cookie dough for a quick and and easy sweet dessert.
Your heart is the gateway to freedom. - Message from the Akashic Records
I have recently begun delving into the Akashic Records as they have quite literally fallen into my lap. Two weeks ago, I picked up my library books and a piece of paper, containing the pathway prayer, was folded inside the book. The same day, a podcast I listen to featured an akashic reader as a guest.
So I naturally I dived all in. Learning as much as I could. Listening to the PINGS.
Naturally, that is EXACTLY what I have planned for my August Intentions.
1. Following the signs.
Yep, that's it.
Okay, I lied. Also keeping up with the scheduling because wow #mylifehaschanged
This month is one of transformation for me. I am opening a door to a new path as old patternings, and way of doing things are leaving.
I am in a state of recreation and re-connection. A state of the unknown.
So... I want to HEAR from YOU! What are your intentions for August? Are you listening to your heart? Tell me in the comments
Some Final Thoughts & Tips:
Variations: If you want, you can add in dried fruit or chopped nuts of your choice.
Can You Make them into Cookies? Yep. Just add is 1/4 teaspoon of BOTH baking soda and baking powder to the dough, shape into cookies, and bake at 350 degrees F for 14-16 minutes.
What if I don't have coconut flour? If you don't, the recipe will likely not work as is. You can replace it with more oat flour, BUT please cut the water in half and add in 1 T at a time to reach the desired consistency. Otherwise, you are going to have one hot mess.
Want to add more sweetness? You can adjust the sweetness by adding more or less sugar to the dough!
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