Gluten Free, Grain Free, Guilt Free Cookies.

Hi babes, 

Happy Sunday (and if celebrating- Happy Easter/Passover!) and April fool's day? Appropriately, today I'm sharing with you three "cookies" that are so delicious, it'll fool you into thinking it's the real thing... ha. ha.  

ANYWAYS- below are three grain free cookies, made with whole foods and ingredients that we can pronounce. All of these contain fats and fiber and are relatively low in sugar - no blood sugar sabotage happening here y'all. These cookies are free of gums, emulsifiers, and preservatives. They taste so good you’ll hardly (key word) miss the traditional alternative. 

 Sakara Chocolate Cardamom Cookie

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12 cookies for $29.00 = $2.40 per cookie

Serving size: 1 cookie

Calories: 100 Total Fat: 8g Saturated Fat:1g Sodium:10mg TC:7g Fiber:2g Sugar:4g Protein:3g

Ingredients: Organic Almond Butter, Organic Almond Flour, Organic Raw Wildflower Honey, Organic Dark Chocolate (Cocoa Liquor, Cocoa Liquor Arriba, Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Coya Lecithin), Organic Vanilla Extract, Organic Cardamom Powder

photo: sakara

These cookies are my favorite. Okay I know, the price is steep- but with 8g of fat, 3g of protein per cookie (not to mention only 7g of carbs) you only need one of these cookies to feel satiated. With the depth of the flavor that this cookie has to offer, you’d swear that you would find butter and brown sugar on the ingredients list.  I was a little skeptical about the cardamom powder. But after finishing an order of these, I think the warming spice is my favorite part!

Anti-inflammatory cookies? Um, YES PLEASE?

Per sakara’s website “Cardamom is popular in Ayurvedic healing for its anti-inflammatory and digestion-supporting properties, as well as its ability to increase the body's life-force energy (prana).” 

Get them here

Emmy's Organic Coconut cookies


3-cookie packs for $29.95 = $0.83 a cookie

Serving size: 1 macaroon

Calories: 100 Total Fat: 8g Saturated Fat:7g Sodium: 0mg TC:8g Fiber:2g Sugar:6g Protein:1g

Ingredients: organic coconut, organic agave syrup, organic almond flour, organic coconut oil, organic vanilla extract (water, alcohol [35%], organic vanilla bean extractives), organic vanilla bean powder, himalayan salt. Contains: Coconut, Almonds


photo: Emmy's

Calling all coconut fans. Shredded coconut and coconut oil really shine in this macaroon. The size of the cookie itself is small but thick, and with the high fat content, 1-2 of these gets the job done.  Emmy’s cookies come in many flavors from vanilla bean (my favorite) to dark cacao and raspberry. I know that the saturated fat in coconut oil gets a lot of bad press. BUT if you have good cholesterol and aren’t binging on the stuff, coconut oil can bring a wealth of benefits: from it’s anti-fungal and antibacterial properties to hormone balance, weight loss, and anti-aging support. Find you a cookie that can do both. You can find Emmy's at most Whole Foods Markets and online here.

KNOW Foods KNOW Better Cookie


$10 for 4 cookies = $2.50 per cookie

Serving Size: 1 cookie

Calories: 395 Total Fat:32 Saturated Fat:12g Sodium:168mg TC:42g Fiber:12g Sugar:28g Protein:18g

Ingredients: (Chocolate Chip) Almonds, allulose, chocolate chips, water, dried coconut, dried egg whites, organic coconut oil, organic prebiotic fiber, flax seeds, organic coconut flour, chia seeds, leavening (Potassium Bicarbonate, Monocalcium Phosphate), Organic Sea Salt, Organic Flax Flour

Photo: KNOW foods

Okay before you freak out about how many calories are in one cookie- you need to know that these cookies are HUGE. I’m talking like as big as your hand, AND about half an inch thick. I generally end up dividing each cookie into 4 pieces.  The cookie is a little hard with a cakey texture, so I like to throw it in the microwave for a couple of seconds to soften. With a little warmth, you’ll forget that these cookies aren’t the real thing. With 8g of fat, 4.5g of protein, 3g of fiber per section (if you break into 4 pieces),  and essentially 0g net carbs- we don’t have to call these cookies a “treat”. 

A note on the 0g net carbs:

*net carbs 42g carbs-26g allulose-12g fiber= 4g net carbs

Per the KNOW food's website- “allulose is a great tasting, natural, non-GMMO certified sugar found in common foods like maple syrup, figs and raisins. Allulose has only 10% of the calories of table sugar and is not recognized by the body as a carbohydrate." 

Get them here. 

Do you have any favorite grain free cookies? Share in the comments below !!