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    I was just in the mood for a little something today, and the flank steak didn't do it, the deviled eggs didn't do it, so I worked on this. I looked up my grandmother's SAD recipe, checked some grain-free cookie recipes, and voila:


    Primal Snickerdoodles


    1 cup almond flour

    cup coconut flour

    1/2 tsp baking soda

    tsp cream of tartar

    1/4 tsp salt

    cup butter, softened

    1 tsp vanilla

    1 egg

    30 drops of Stevia


    Stir together all of the dry ingredients. Blend butter, vanilla, egg, and Stevia; then, mix in dry ingredients. Its like a pie dough, so get in there with your hands and mush it up! Roll into balls (about 1-inch) and flatten into cookies on lightly-greased cookie sheet. Sprinkle with cinnamon.

    Bake at 350 for 10 minutes.


    Not really sweet--a lot like a cross between a butter pastry and shortbread. I'm sure you could vary it greatly--I may use cocoa instead of cinnamon, and you could probably eliminate the stevia altogether. I just baked two in my toaster oven and put the rest of the dough in the fridge for later.


    Let me know if you try it!


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    Thanks--I'm always on the lookout for sugar free recipes! (I'm all about using stevia when it helps a recipe!) My ds will eat almost anything that's tasty (esp if I make it into a cookie shape) so that's awesome! Thanks for sharing! I'll report back if/when I try it!


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    Stevia keeps the sugar beast inside alive and well, even if it is all natural.


    I'm just sayin'


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    Thanks Astrogirl--I have read that anything tasting sweet (including stevia) raises insulin as well, tricking the body into thinking it just ate something w/ more sugar. I'm just not going to totally deprive my child of all sweet stuff, when it can be made in a *healthiER* way... (I think using stevia is healthier than honey or sugar, etc...) I personally probably should avoid it though to keep that sugar beast away. :P


    A poster from another forum mentioned making this recipe recently, and said she did it w/out the stevia and they were delicious, so that is totally an option!


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    These are good! just made them last night.


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    ecala did you make them with or without the stevia?

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    I just made these -- delicious! Thanks for the recipe!


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    ps i used the stevia


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    I made them with stevia-- KAL brand, about 4 tiny scoops, but I think 3 would have been just right.


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