Flip Cookbook

Girl geek foodies making healthy cooking fun and easy.

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Soft Almond Flour Peanut Butter Apple Cookies

What a crazy busy month it’s been. The first week of June was super busy with me releasing a bunch of new features for Velvet Aroma along with doing last minute stuff to be prepared for speaking at BlogHer Food. After I came back, I had friends visiting me from Australia for a week. These friends are extra special to my husband and myself. So we decided to dig deep into our energy reserves to show them around Tahoe and San Francisco. I think I haven’t done as much in such a short period of time since my early 20s. Which I’m not even close to any more. Then this week has been extra busy with work.

It took me all of this week to get to a point where I wasn’t waking up feeling groggy. If this is what getting “older” (note: not old) means, I’m pretty sure I’m going to be needing to go to bed at 8:30pm soon enough. I’m still a bit overwhelmed and am constantly feeling like I forgot something. And most of the time I have actually forgotten something. Like one day I drove all the way to the office to realize that I had left Read More

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Flourless Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookies

When I first went on my sugar free diet about a year and a half ago, I used to bake a lot. I’d at least have muffins or banana cake if not something a little more complicated in the home. But as time has passed, the sugar / bread cravings don’t come as often so I haven’t baked in quite some time.

Last week, I had to travel and decided these cookies would be perfect for the trip for all the following reasons:

  • Because they are flourless, they are super dense. This makes them incredibly filling.
  • Peanut butter is a great source of energy. Nuts in general are.
  • Besides the peanut butter, these cookies also have a nice little treat of fruit sugars and honey – giving me just the pep I need when my meals get out-of-wack. Which tends to happen all the time when I travel.
  • They really are easy to fit in a small container – each layer of cookie separated by wax paper. This obviously is a great thing because it leave extra room for that extra pair of shoes. 😉
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