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Paleo Chai Spiced Cookies (GF, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free + Refined Sugar-Free)

‘Tis the season for all the holiday baking! Am I right, or am I right?! These Paleo chai spiced cookies are a great way to add a little spice to your holiday baking! 

Hurry! Go make a batch of these Paleo Chai Spiced Cookies! They're quick and easy to whip up and make your house smell all festive and cozy! Gluten-Free , Dairy-Free, Egg-Free + Refined Sugar-Free. | realsimplegood.com

Chai Vibes

I love a spicy chai or a dirty chai or pretty much any version of a chai, so I figured why not incorporate those flavors into a cookie! I mean why didn’t I think of this sooner really? They’ve got a hint of spicy with a touch of sweet and that chewy gooey center! These cookies are pretty irresistible! Just sayin’.

Hurry! Go make a batch of these Paleo Chai Spiced Cookies! They're quick and easy to whip up and make your house smell all festive and cozy! Gluten-Free , Dairy-Free, Egg-Free + Refined Sugar-Free. | realsimplegood.com

 Egg-Free

I’ve been eliminating some foods again (like eggs) for a bit now to heal my gut, but don’t worry though because Justin still eats them all the time, and we’ll continue to make delicious recipes with eggs. However, eliminating them has forced me to get a little creative, but when things like these chai spiced cookies are the result, I’m not too mad about it. Hopefully, some of you are looking for tasty egg-free treats and can enjoy these addicting chai spiced cookies with me!

Hurry! Go make a batch of these Paleo Chai Spiced Cookies! They're quick and easy to whip up and make your house smell all festive and cozy! Gluten-Free , Dairy-Free, Egg-Free + Refined Sugar-Free. | realsimplegood.com

A Cookie For The Holidays

Whether you are looking for dessert ideas for your holiday menus, planning what to bring to a holiday gathering or just want to bake up a storm in your kitchen, these chai spiced cookies are a great way to get cozy and enjoy the flavors and aromas of the holiday season. Make a batch or two (or three) to enjoy and share with friends and family. They go great with coffee, tea and all your favorite holiday beverages!

Hurry! Go make a batch of these Paleo Chai Spiced Cookies! They're quick and easy to whip up and make your house smell all festive and cozy! Gluten-Free , Dairy-Free, Egg-Free + Refined Sugar-Free. | realsimplegood.com

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 Hurry! Go make a batch of these Paleo Chai Spiced Cookies! They're quick and easy to whip up and make your house smell all festive and cozy! Gluten-Free , Dairy-Free, Egg-Free + Refined Sugar-Free. | realsimplegood.com


Paleo Chai Spiced Cookies (GF, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free + Refined Sugar-Free)

4.67 from 6 votes
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 12 minutes
Total Time: 22 minutes
Course: Dessert
Hurry! Go make a batch of these Paleo and egg-free Chai Spiced Cookies! They're quick and easy to whip up and make your house smell all festive and cozy!
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Instructions 

  • Preheat your oven to 350° Fahrenheit, and line two baking sheets with parchment paper.
  • Place all of the ingredients in a large mixing bowl, and use a large spoon to mix until creamy. 
  • Scoop out overflowing tablespoon sized dollops onto your parchment lined baking sheet, leaving plenty of room between cookies because they will spread out quite a bit. Sprinkle a little more cinnamon and coconut sugar on top. 
  • Place your baking sheets in the oven and cook for 11-12 minutes, or until the edges turn golden brown. Remove from oven once done and let cool completely before removing from parchment paper. Store in an airtight container on the counter for about a week.
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18 thoughts on “Paleo Chai Spiced Cookies (GF, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free + Refined Sugar-Free)

  • These hit the spot for anyone craving a ginger snap. I accidentally put in a little too much coconut flour so they turned out a little too cakey for my liking. I will definitely make them again but be sure to in the right amount of coconut flour.

  • These are PERFECT!!!! If you are looking for a holiday cookie, this one is IT! Easy, delicious, and spiced to perfection. WHERE HAVE YOU ALL BEEN MY WHOLE LIFE? Thanks for the new cookie recipe to add to my arsenal.

  • These cookies are delicious! The perfect ratio of spices. I know they’re great for fall, but I think they make great Christmas cookies because of the ginger. My entire family loved them. Will be making regularly!

  • I’ve made these several times and there are so many positives.
    1) it makes the house smell fabulous!
    2) the cookies are so soft and moist. I store them in the fridge to make them last longer.
    3) Easy to make and my Hubby loves them! He often asks for them when I get into one of my baking moods.
    The only item I add is some golden raisins.
    Great job with this recipe!

  • I’m sorry to repost but forgot to mention that changed the sweetened to half cup coconut palm sugar and 1\4c monkeying sweetner. I’m taking these to a ladies bible class tonite!

  • I subbed almond meal for the coconut flour ( I was out of it )and they were fantastic! Had to increase the almond meal to about 12 Tblsps. just until the mixture was pasty and not liquidy.

  • Hi! I just found you through Pinterest. I’m really excited to see a recipe that my whole family can eat! I cook without gluten, egg, dairy, soy, sugar, and several other things including chocolate (gasp) mostly due to food allergies according to the doctors results. I eat low carb due to blood sugar levels and this recipe I believe can be easily tweaked to use stevia, which I am going to try. Do you have other egg free recipes? That is a hard one to find! Question about the recipe, can i sub cashew butter for the almond butter? Another allergy LOL

    • While I haven’t tried it yet, I bet you could! I’d say start with 1/4 cup of either honey or maple syrup and then taste and add more if needed from there for your desired level of sweetness. If it feels like it gets too runny, add a little more coconut flour. With coconut sugar, the consistency is like a thick paste. Hope that helps! Let us know how it goes if you give it a try!

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