Paleo Vanilla Cookie Dough Bites.

We’ve eaten our fair share of bliss balls and bites. They’re delish right? Healthy right? No nasties right? Yes, yup and ya-huhh but… they’re also packed with dates and when you’re watching that fructose intake they’re a big no no! Here’s where we welcome our paleo vanilla cookie dough bites! 

Our sweetener of choice for this recipe is rice malt syrup. We know this isn’t strictly paleo so feel free to swap for raw honey. For our run down on natural  sweeteners check this out. 

This recipe features in our Make It Merry book! If you love this recipe you will love love love our Book . Recipes include deliciousness like our paleo lollies, the best paleo banana bread ever and our choc raspberry ganache! #drool

Always merrymaking,

Emma + Carla

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ps. Oh if you want further information about that drizzled chocolate mess you should probably click here.

paleo vanilla cookie dough bites

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  1. They look amazing! I just have a question. I have plain protein powder. No flavour or sweetener. Do u think I could add some vanilla essence to get the vanilla flavour? If so, how much?
    Thank you so much….I love your recipes! Well I haven’t gone beyond your dessert ones to be honest. I made your Paleo blueberry cheesecake last year but used raspberries instead. It was a huge hit!

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    Hi Dale! Definitely think you could add protein to these bites! Just use about 1-2 tsp vanilla extract! So super glad you love our recipes, we love sharing them (and yes, especially the sweet treats!). Hope to hear from you more on here! e + c

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  4. These look amazing! Thanks so much for creating a recipe without dates- can’t wait to try them. Just a question- I haven’t been able to get vanilla powder, so could I use vanilla extract/essence instead? Thanks, and keep up the good work- your work is so inspiring!

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    Hi Jess! That’s our pleasure! You most definitely can use vanilla extract instead! Will work out perfectly! 🙂 Hope to hear from you more on here! e + c

  6. I’ve just whipped these up (super easy!) except my mixture is too crumbly and won’t roll into balls – any idea why? Maybe I need more/less liquid? Thanks! PS: it’s yummy and will get used no matter what shape they end up in 🙂

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    Hi Melanie! Oh no! You might need a little more liquid or actually it sounds like you might need to whiz it a little longer! Glad they were still yummy! 🙂 e + c

  8. False alarm sorry! I think it was because my coconut oil was melted (it’s warm in my kitchen) – once I put the mix in the fridge for a little while I was able to roll them into balls. I drizzled them with raw chocolate and they were awesome! Thanks for another great recipe 🙂

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  10. Oh you guuyyys these look AMAZE and delish!! You’ve outdone yourselves hehe I just want to stop work now and whip them up! Thanks for another awesome recipe x

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