| Gluten Free + Dairy Free + Paleo Friendly + Refined Sugar Free + Low Sugar |


These cookies are no joke. The ingredient list is top notch, the texture is perfect and the taste is out of this world. These are the most real tasting healthy cookies I’ve ever eaten, that also taste healthy and delicious (because unhealthy foods are not the only things that taste good šŸ˜› ).


As my husband Zach dreams about fully loaded cars, I dream about fully loaded foods. What are fully loaded foods? Foods that contain not just one, but a handful of super nutritional ingredients such as healthy fat, fiber, protein, and whole grain carbs. Hence the creation of these “fully l’oated cookies”. To me, cookies are one thing that I always have and always will love, and it’s importantĀ to me to have a recipe that works with my body.



These cookies are perfect for grabbing as a snack, a breakfast on the go, or as a dessert. They hit that sweet tooth spot, but also don’t overload the taste buds with sweetness and the body with sugar. I brought them home to a family dinner and even my grandma (who has the biggest sweet tooth of ALL), couldn’t stop raving about how delicious they were. And no, its not just because her granddaughter made them šŸ˜‰



Add these to your fully loaded meal prep menu or just to your weekly Sunday night routine before watching your shows. They’re a great way to kickstart a fully loaded week!



Coconut oil

Organic Egg

Vanilla Extract

Coconut Milk (full fat)

Almond FlourĀ 

Gluten Free OatsĀ 

Baking Soda

Coconut Sugar

Carrington Farms Flax + Chia BlendĀ 

Chocolate Chips

Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides (optional)



Happy Cooking!

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fully l'oated chocolate chip cookies
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 12-15 min
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 12-15 min
  1. Preheat oven to 375*.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk coconut oil, egg, coconut milk and vanilla extract. Coconut oil may be slightly chunky, that's ok.
  3. In a medium bowl, mix almond flour, oats, baking soda, coconut sugar, and flax + chia (and collagen if adding it in).
  4. Add well mixed dry ingredients to wet, mix together with spoon or spatula.
  5. Fold in chocolate chips.
  6. *Optional* - store batter in fridge for 5-10 minutes before rolling out the dough to bake.
  7. Coat hands in small amount of coconut oil and roll batter into 2 inch balls to place on baking tray.
  8. Cook for 12-15 min (depending on oven) until they are lightly golden brown.
  9. Transfer to rack or countertop to cool.
  10. Store in fridge or freeze up to 3 months.
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