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Paleo Cookie Dough Brownie Bites Recipe – Guest Post

Louise | December 16
Paleo Cookie Dough Brownie Bites Recipe - Guest Post

This recipe for Paleo Cookie Dough Brownie Bites was brought to you by Camilla Maybee, food enthusiast and lover of all things chocolate. Her blog, The Not So Desperate Housewife, shares her love of cooking and experimenting with all types of dishes, cuisines, and mash-ups. Check it out!

During the holiday season, it is absolutely mandatory to consume chocolate several times daily.

This is a fact. If you didn’t, you would clearly not be normal.

So how ‘bout a rich, fudgey brownie topped with a sweet, buttery mound of cookie dough?

Cookie Dough Brownie Bites (Paleo) - Not So Desperate Housewife

Whatever the occasion, these little guys are the perfect addition. Not that you need a true “occasion” to justify anything chocolate. Added bonus? They’re completely grain, dairy, and legume free!

Helpful hint: do yourself a favor and whip up a double batch of cookie dough. Never hurts to have a little left in reserve. You know, just in case 😉

Cookie Dough Brownie Bites (Paleo) - Not So Desperate Housewife

Paleo Cookie dough brownie bites recipe

Paleo Cookie Dough Brownie Bites Recipe – Guest Post

  • Author: Camilla Maybee
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 50 minutes
  • Yield: 14 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: American


Brownie Layer

Cookie Dough Layer


For the brownies:

  1. Cream the cashew butter and honey together with an electric mixer.
  2. Add the coconut milk, vanilla, melted chocolate, and eggs and mix until blended.
  3. Add the cocoa, baking soda, and coconut flour and blend well.
  4. Pour brownie batter into prepared muffin cups, filling about half to ¾ full (I made 14).
  5. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out nearly clean.
  6. Cool completely before coating in the cookie dough layer.

For the cookie dough layer:

  1. Combine all ingredients until well blended.
  2. Using a small spoon or your hands, roll small balls of cookie dough and gently press onto the brownies until they are covered to your liking.
  3. Consume any and all leftovers as quickly as possible.


Pat - December 18

Don’t chocolate chips have sugar in them ??

    Louise Hendon - December 19

    Pat – that’s a great point and yes they do. Whether you’re using sugar, coconut sugar, raw honey, maple syrup…in the end they’re only slightly different (we think raw honey is slightly better, but your body sees all sugars as pretty much the same thing).

    We see Paleo desserts as a great way for people to get off regular desserts and start eating better, but ultimately it’s still better to not eat any of it! So if you’re going to make Paleo desserts, then adding some chocolate chips isn’t much worse than adding raw honey.

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