Egg Free Coconut Flour Cookies

egg free coconut flour cookies

Three Ingredient Egg Free Coconut Flour Cookies

Egg free coconut flour cookies! I want to sing it from the rooftops!But wait… it gets even better: these golden brown, bite-sized morsels require only three ingredients and come together in 5 minutes flat. 

For the recipe, check out my guest post on The Coconut Mama:

Click here for Three Ingredient Coconut Flour Cookies

Thank you, Tiffany, for this opportunity to share this recipe with your readers!

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Comments

    • says

      These are made with butter, coconut flour, and honey. I bet she could substitute the butter with coconut oil, though! I hope she enjoys the recipe!

  1. Becky says

    What a terrible way to experience college! Glad you are finding ways to combat this disease! Wonderful recipe. Thanks for sharing at Foodtastic Friday!

    • says

      Yeah–it was kind of a bad college experience. But I am having so much fun with my blog and learning about nutrition–something I wouldn’t have had the chance to do in college!

    • says

      Hi Lisa! I’m sorry you found them dry. These are on the crunchy side (like shortbread)–certainly not like a cakey cookie. They can also dry out if baked too long.

  2. marisa says

    All broke into crumbs. Total fail! They totally didnt come out like your photo you have posted. I followed your receipe to a T.

    • says

      I’m sorry to hear you didn’t have success with this recipe! They have to cool completely before removing from the cookie sheet or they will crumble. Also, they should be pretty thin–if they are too thick, they will be more crumbly.

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  5. Kierkegaard says

    I tried them twice, each time the cookies took forever to “bake” and still that stuff was inedible. It remained sticky and didn’t form a cookie at all. I had to throw them away. However I would really love to find out what the problem is. I did it exactly according to the recipe and yet I ended up with no result :( Any help?

  6. Nikki says

    To those who have had problems with the cookies holding together- I let the cookies cool and then put them in the freezer! They hold together pretty good. Sometimes I add Navitas raw cacao powder to the mix, yum. They taste really great almost frozen. Sometimes I add a little cinnamon to them too:)
    I have used coconut oil without any problems too.
    Good luck with your next batch:)

  7. SARA says

    Hi!! This is the best and easy cookies!! I add coconut oil and rice syrup instead! no problem !
    Best regards from Sweden

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