Paleo \”Cookie Dough\”

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In a small bowl, combine \”wet\” ingredients (coconut oil, almond butter, and vanilla). Add \”dry\” ingredients next (nibs, walnuts, sea salt and cinnamon) and mix well.

Eat with a spoon (or off of a mixer attachment if feeling particularly nostalgic.)


  • 1 tbsp cacao nibs
  • 1 tbsp chopped walnuts
  • 2 tbsp almond butter
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1-2 drops real vanilla
  • Pinch sea salt
  • Pinch cinnamon


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Comments (13)

  1. posted by Jorge on February 14, 2012

    I love all the recipes but would like it if you could include the nutritional breakdown.

  2. posted by betty on February 15, 2012

    Totally agree with Jorge….need nutritional breakdown….want to try all the recipes but need the info.

  3. posted by Liz Joiner on February 15, 2012


    For those who need a nutritional breakdown, use Fitday. :D

  4. posted by Christine on February 17, 2012

    LOL@ “Eat with a spoon (or off of a mixer attachment if feeling particularly nostalgic.)” Hilarious. :)

  5. posted by Stephanie on February 20, 2012

    Use myfitnesspal for nutritional breakdown. It’s free and easy.

  6. posted by Anita on February 20, 2012

    Where might I find cacao nibs?

  7. posted by ERin on February 25, 2012

    Do you think its ok to omit the coconut oil
    I have an allergy but really want to make this

  8. posted by zoe on March 1, 2012

    is there no sweetener? my favourite part about cookie dough is the sweetness, so is it possible to add honey or maple syrup?

  9. posted by Erika on May 25, 2012

    Tried this when craving something sweet, cakey, and fast…helped curve my cake craving but wasn’t “cookie dough” consistency. I also added 2 Tbsp of Maple Syrup for sweetness. It was runny but still taste similar to cookie dough. I will definitely try this again and make some adjustments to create the “cookie dough” consistency.

  10. posted by Aaron on June 28, 2012

    Great idea!
    I found it to be way to runny for me so I added almond flour( which will give it a little more of a rough cookie dough consistency) and a bit of palm sugar…perfect blend of salty sweet!!

  11. posted by Mary on July 7, 2012

    I think the trick to making it not runny is to use coconut oil when it’s in it’s solid state too, much more of a dough consistency that way.

  12. posted by Kenton on September 23, 2012

    Booo…..all I got was a soupy mess.

  13. posted by PaleoPeriodical on November 26, 2012

    Do not heat up your coconut oil! Next time I’ll try coconut butter, I imagine it would taste darn good. I used mini chocolate chips since I don’t usually have nibs around, so it needed no additional sweetener. Thanks for such an easy and quick treat, Tony!

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