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Sugar-free Coconut Cookies & SweatLeaf Stevia Giveaway!

February 12, 2014 by Roxanne | Filed under Giveaways, Healthy Recipes.

sugar free coconut cookies

There are many reasons to go sugar free. Health concerns such as diabetes and candida overgrowth require a sugar free diet in order to heal. In general, it’s not a bad idea to go sugar free for a period of time to do a little sugar cleanse. Sugar is very hard on the body and should only be used sparingly, if at all. This month I have been concentrating on reducing even natural sweeteners as preparation for my Winter Cleanse program (starting February 24th).

SweetLeaf Stevia contacted me recently and asked me to develop some recipes using their products, which was a fun project. These cookies are one of the recipes I came up with. I also used their SweetLeaf Stevia clear in this Butternut Squash Soup Recipe.

Stevia is a natural sweetener which is extracted from the stevia plant. It is 300 times sweeter then sugar which makes it a great alternative to use in small amounts. Stevia is a great choice for diabetics, and anyone on a candida diet because it does not cause a spike in blood sugar levels like sugar or other sweeteners.

I hope you enjoy this recipe…

Coconut Cookies

coconut cookies


Pre-heat oven to 350. Mix together almond flour, coconut flour, shredded coconut, baking powder and baking soda in a bowl and set aside. In a high powered blender or food processor mix together the flax seeds, coconut milk, almond butter, coconut oil, vinegar, stevia, vanilla, dates, and honey until smooth. Pour batter into a bowl and hand mix in the flour mixture. Fold in chocolate chips. Bake 12-15 minutes – 12 minutes is a softer cookie and 15 minutes is a more crisp cookie.

And now for the giveaway…

sweetleaf stevia giveaway

Want to win some Vanilla Creme SweatLeaf Stevia so you can make your own batch of coconut cookies? Enter in the rafflecopter box below!

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31 Responses to “Sugar-free Coconut Cookies & SweatLeaf Stevia Giveaway!”

  1. Leslie D. says:

    Love the blog!

  2. Rosie says:

    I would love to use it in smoothies! and many other things, too, from tea, to my own homemade ice cream, to energy bars. I’d like to try it with making granola!

  3. Bella says:

    the recipe looks fabulous!

  4. Melissa says:

    A healthy vanilla shake!

  5. Barten Abraham says:

    I would use it for workout shakes and for making my wife cheesecack

  6. Melissa says:

    I can think of so many things – coffee and tea, whipped cream, oatmeal, to name a few.

  7. Karleen Mauldin says:

    I would love to try this SweetLeaf Stevia in lots of things! Smoothies, baking, tea, etc. Oddly enough, I have tried other brands of Stevia — SweetLeaf is the only one I like!!

  8. Kim says:

    I would love to make brownies with it!

  9. Kim F. says:

    Would love to make these coconut cookies!

  10. Danielle F says:

    I’d love to sweeten my herbal tea with it!

  11. latanya says:

    a pound cake

  12. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I might just use this in coffee and cocoa.

  13. Lori Bihler says:

    I love Sweetleaf!!! Can’t wait to try the cookies.

  14. Sarah O. says:

    I want to try making blueberry muffins!

  15. Well, I would love to make these cookies of course! I am always looking for sugar free recipes so I can make goodies for my husband.

  16. Cynthia P says:

    I love to add stevia and vanilla to my homemade nut milks, so this is the first thing I would use “Vanilla Creme SweetLeaf Stevia” for. Thanx!

  17. Cynthia says:

    I would make cookies!

  18. Jeffrey says:

    I would make a pecan pie.

  19. I’m thinking I could use this is my morning smoothie! Yum!

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  20. Jessica Fortner says:

    I’d use it in my shakes and cookies.

  21. Hayley Jackson says:

    I would use it for baking, smoothies, and for any and all things as a replacement for traditional sugar.

  22. Jo says:

    I would love to use sweet leaf in baking instead of sugar

  23. I would make these coconut cookies!

  24. Angela H says:

    Cookies & THM food! ;)

  25. Tammy says:

    I’d try it in a lot of things, smoothies, oatmeal, baking.

  26. vickie says:

    I would use it for cooking -possibly smoothies.

  27. Jasmine P says:

    I would use it for smoothies and cupcakes!

  28. JabraMusing says:

    Baking cookies and making shakes

  29. Leann says:

    I am going to try it in anything that you would generally use sugar in. So much healthier for me!

  30. Laurie Emerson says:

    I would use it for making cookies and cupcakes.

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