Almond Flour Coffee Cake that is perfectly moist and fluffy with amazing cinnamon pecan topping. This delicious healthy coffee cake recipe is paleo, grain-free, dairy-free, and refined sugar-free.
Well, this is long overdue!
If you’ve been following my site for a few years, you know I have about 17 million coffee cake recipes. All requiring different funky add-ins to make each very unique and special…but every single coffee cake recipe is made with coconut flour.
This is our first foray into almond flour coffee cake, and I really must say….I’m obsessed.
This paleo coffee cake turns out tasting plenty cinnamony and is perfectly sweet. In my mind, coffee cake shouldn’t be as sweet as a standard cake…subtly sweet but not in a dessert-like way.
It is nice and moist and has a buttery flavor to it in spite of the fact that it contains no butter. In my mind, it’s the perfect healthy treat for anyone to enjoy as breakfast or snack. PLUS, if you have family or guests around that have dietary restrictions, this is a marvelous recipe that fits multiple restrictions.
First things first, let’s talk ingredients:
Paleo Cranberry Crumb Bars made grain-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free are a healthy and delicious dessert recipe that requires minimal ingredients! Use your leftover homemade cranberry sauce from Thanksgiving or prepare the easy cranberry filling provided in this recipe. Either way, these healthy gluten-free crumb bars are a breeze to make and a pleasure to share!
The holidays have been interesting this year for everyone. We had our Friendsgiving in October and Thanksgiving almost a week early, then decided to make the most epic chili EVER on actual Thanksgiving.
I’m naturally resistant to change and used to get my feathers all in a tussle when plans changed, but 2020 taught me I must go with the flow…or drown.
So flow it is! I find embracing new traditions to be the best way we can heal from the past, keep moving forward and forming new meaningful memories to keep ourselves content.
All this to say, I had leftover Maple Bourbon Cranberry Sauce from my Friendsgiving celebration, and rather than let it go to waste, I put it to the best possible use: Dessert!
You guys…these are the easiest, most delicious little dew drops of joy you will ever encounter. If you already have cranberry sauce on hand, they require basically zero effort.
If you don’t already have cranberry sauce on hand, no worries! I have included a recipe for cranberry filling, so you can still enjoy these treats. And they’re still ultra easy to make!
What makes this dessert recipe extremely easy is the fact that both the crust and the crumble topping are made with the same mixture. Mix once, use twice!
AND the mixture couldn’t be any simpler to make: it’s a combination of almond flour, melted coconut oil and pure maple syrup. BAM! Geniusness!
Let’s talk ingredients:
Paleo Pumpkin Pie Bars with grain-free almond flour crust are sweetened with pure maple syrup for a healthier dessert recipe. This easy pumpkin pie bars recipe is a cinch to make and are perfect if you don’t own a pie pan.
Looking for a low-carb option? No sweat! I have included a recipe for low-carb paleo pumpkin pie bars in this post.
Pumpkin pie, or pumpkin bars? What say you?
Let’s face it – they’re basically identical save for the shape. Same great pumpkin taste, just wearing a different outfit.
If, on the other hand, you don’t own a pie pan, or if you’re intimidated by pies, no sweat! You can still enjoy pumpkin pie in bar-form, and for some reason they seem much less complicated than baking an actual pie.
The cinnamony maple pumpkin filling atop a shortbread-like grain-free pie crust is absolutely mouth-watering, and an amazing dessert to share.
Let’s get into the details!
Maple Cinnamon Roasted Delicata Squash has an amazing soft yet crispy texture with warm maple-cinnamon flavors. This easy, healthy side dish recipe is perfect for sharing and can easily be made any night of the week!
Maple Cinnamon Roasted Delicata Squash is also known as that guaranteed way I will eat an entire delicata squash in one sitting each and every time.
What can I say? When it comes to vegetables that taste like candy, I just can’t resist.
Let’s back up.
Have you tried delicata squash?
Perhaps the most underrated of all the winter squash, delicata squash is very naturally sweet with a creamy texture and a bit of a pumpkin-meets-butternut squash essence to it.
If I played favorites, delicata could quite possibly be my favorite squash!
When roasted with maple syrup and cinnamon, delicata squash is simply irresistible. Plus, it’s a great source of potassium and fiber, Vitamins B and C and beta-carotene.
Let’s chat about ingredients!
Paleo Pecan Pie Bars that are vegan, grain-free, dairy-free, sweet, gooey, and buttery for the most amazing nutty treat. This caramel-covered dessert recipe is fun to make and perfect for sharing with friends and family during the holiday season.
Have you ever dreamt up a sinfully addictive dessert that is all-things gooey, chewy, soft yet crunchy, caramel-y yet crispy, creamy and nutty with an explosion of flavor and texture?
That is, in a nutshell, these Paleo Pecan Pie Bars.
…Or pecan goo bars as I like to call them.
The only thing that could possibly make them better is if they were dipped in dark chocolate.
First things first: I mentioned this in my recent post for Keto Pecan Pie, but I find some people turn their nose up to pecan desserts because they assume they won’t like them (this was me the first 18 years of my life).
Before you decide you don’t need these bars in your life, let me line out all the reasons you do. Starting with an overly descriptive summary of what a pecan bar actually is.
If you’ve never tried pecan pie or pecan bars, here’s the basic gist: Delectably maple-y gooey pecans engulfed in homemade caramel nestled on top of a buttery shortbread crust with a perfect thin layer of crisp at the top as well as a nice crunch at the bottom.
It’s basically two layers of wild, wild rebellion.
Don’t cancel me.
Aside from being paleo, vegan, dairy-free, grain-free, and sweetened with less processed sugars, these pecan pie bars are a true delight to make.
They’re a great family project to make with kidlets as well as lovely edible gifts for friends and family. I highly encourage you to make them for dessert for Thanksgiving!
Let’s talk ingredients.
Step up your holiday feasts with homemade Maple Bourbon Cranberry Sauce! Sweetened with pure maple syrup and spiced up with cinnamon, orange zest and bourbon, this cranberry sauce recipe only takes about 10 minutes to make and is ultra flavorful!
Maple Glazed Baked Salmon makes for a nutritious, quick and easy healthy dinner recipe! Only a few basic ingredients are needed to make this sweet and crispy salmon come to life! Serve it to friends and family for a lovely evening in.
For me, the fall is all about fuzzy socks, oversized sweaters, and maple EVERYTHING!
In fact, fall is what inspired me to make this maple-glazed salmon recipe. I receive a great amount of enjoyment out of combining sweet and savory flavors to create ultra palatable meals, and this easy dinner recipe is exactly that – scrumptious!
The salmon turns out nice and crispy, yet moist and tender, with a nice balance of herby, savory flavors with that delectable maple glaze.
The best part? It’s quick and easy to prepare, yet appears fancy!
If you tried my Crispy Honey-Glazed Salmon Recipe from a few years ago, you’ll absolutely love the maple version just as much!
How to Make Chocolate with just a few ingredients. This post includes everything you need to know about making dark chocolate bars as well as milk chocolate (and everything in between). The recipe is vegan, paleo, and includes options for various sweeteners.
Grain-free Paleo Chocolate Banana Breakfast Cake made with almond flour and sweetened mostly with ripe bananas! This healthier cake recipe is suitable for breakfast for all those times you want to start the day with a treat.
Moist, fluffy, oil-free, refined sugar-free and only a handful of basic ingredients are required to bake this cake!
We’ve discussed the fact that it doesn’t take a perfect world for cake to be an acceptable breakfast food. My Grain-Free Cranberry Orange Breakfast Cake, Strawberry Breakfast Cake , and Chocolate Chip Walnut Grain-Free Banana Cake all serve as both the proof and the reason.
For this edition of breakfasting on cake, we’re going with a double chocolate ditty, so you know it’s sultry.
All things considered, this healthy cake recipe is grain-free, oil-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free, and delicious any time of the day!
Pssst! You can eat it for dessert and I won’t tell on you.
Let’s dive into the details.