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Paleo Chocolate Chip Blondies

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Paleo Chocolate Chip Blondies

Paleo Chocolate Chip Blondies

I loved these Paleo Blondies from The Nourished Kitchen Guide to Grain-free & Dairy-free Baking, Sweets and Treats.  They were extremely easy to make.  I wasn’t sure about adding unsweetened coconut to the paleo blondies but it really adds a nice touch to the recipe.  I threw the ingredients together in 5 minutes and let it bake.  I did disregard one set of directions; I didn’t wait for the paleo blondies to completely cool before eating one.  I don’t know about you but I can never wait to taste test stuff.  The paleo blondies reminded me of chocolate chip cookie bars.

Paleo Chocolate Chip Blondies

Paleo Chocolate Chip Blondies

I also took this as an opportunity to try a moody type of photography.  I hope you like the look.


Paleo Chocolate Chip Blondies

Paleo Chocolate Chip Blondies

This recipe is from Jenny’s new book, The Nourished Kitchen Guide to Grain-free & Dairy-free Baking, Sweets and Treats. They tasted good!!!! You can purchase the book here.

The cookbook contains grain free and dairy free dessert like recipes as well as over 90 recipes for breads, biscuits, muffins, scones, cookies, cakes, cupcakes, brownies, blondies (the one featured here), crisps, cobblers and loads of other treats.  The cookbook is on sale now for $18 until February 28th.  After that the price rises to $27.  You should grab it now and save $9 before the sale ends.

If you love snacks like this I have two cookbooks you really need to check out asap!  Indulge, for all your Paleo dessert needs and The Grain-Free Snacker for amazing Paleo snacks!


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14 Responses to Paleo Chocolate Chip Blondies

  1. Anonymous March 2 at 2:55 pm #

    These came out dry and awful. There definitely did not have enough liquid to make a ‘batter’.

    • CAROLditchthewheat March 2 at 3:24 pm #

      You must have skipped an ingredient, used a granular sugar instead of honey or used less than what it called for because the batter was very “wet” and the finished bar was anything but dry. For the main wet ingredients you needed: 1/4 cup melted coconut oil, 1/4 cup honey

  2. Capitol Cherry March 10 at 1:18 am #

    I made them and they are AWESOME! They came out perfectly and were super easy and fast to put together. I used a little less shredded coconut and I did not have the right size pan, but they still came out great! The poster above must have left out an ingredient because it was a perfect batter and I am not a real talented baker (to put it nicely :P).

    • CAROLditchthewheat March 10 at 9:51 am #


  3. Katie March 11 at 12:42 pm #

    I thought I had already commented on these… They are so good! First time I made them I added extra coconut and used 1 c almond meal (from trader joes) and 1/4 c coconut flour with an extra egg, and milk chocolate chips. Everyone loved them. Today I’m using coconut nectar instead of honey, same flour combination and dark chocolate chips, no cinnamon. Can’t wait to see how they come out.

  4. Tina April 12 at 4:11 pm #

    Can’t wait to try these! The only paleo baked goods I’ve tried haven’t come out very well!
    Also, it’s important to note that “blanched almond flour” is very different than “almond meal”. The correct ingredients do make a difference in the outcome.

  5. Michelle April 17 at 7:58 pm #

    Omg I made these tonight and they are heavenly! I dont care for coconut so I did chocolate chips and pecan pcs but man oh man such moist fluffy goodness!

  6. Jennifer September 6 at 10:23 pm #

    I doubled the recipe and baked in a 9×13″ pan for 25 minutes. I also used white chocolate chips instead of dark and added 1/2 cup of macadamia nuts. They smell good and look golden brown. I’ll see how they are taste tomorrow!

  7. Sonia November 18 at 12:15 pm #

    Awesome!!! So easy to make, and delicious! Thanks for the great recipe!

  8. Katie February 11 at 10:03 pm #

    I’m completely addicted to these!!! They are the perfect replacement for whenever i crave something sweet and awful, and I don’t ever feel bad sharing it with my small children. YUM.

    • Carol Lovett April 12 at 1:42 am #

      They are pretty tasty!

  9. Patti H. June 17 at 4:25 pm #

    These are very delicious! Easy to make — not a lot of extra ingredients. We followed the recipe exactly except we used the mini chocolate chips rather than the regular size, and there was plenty of chocolate in every bite.

  10. morifig August 11 at 11:21 am #


    Can I use whole wheat flour instead of almond flour?

    • Carol Lovett March 24 at 3:49 pm #

      You know this is a gluten-free blog, right? You would be better searching on Pinterest for a regular blondies recipe and adding chocolate chips to it instead of trying to switch this one from gluten-free to whole wheat flour.