February, 10th 2018 · Stephanie Mary

coconut cranberry glazed almond butter cookies Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day, a special moment to express love and appreciation, calls for a unique expression. There’s no better way to show your love than with a homemade treat, especially one that combines taste with health benefits. That’s where our Coconut Cranberry Glazed Almond Butter Cookies come in.

Key Benefits

The ingredients in these cookies don’t just make them delicious, but they also offer a wealth of benefits:

  1. Almond Butter: Packed with healthy fats, proteins, and fiber, almond butter is a nutritional powerhouse. It also delivers essential nutrients such as Vitamin E and magnesium.
  2. Coconut: Renowned for its medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), coconut can provide energy and aid in fat burning.
  3. Cranberries: A good source of antioxidants and Vitamin C, cranberries bring a delightful tartness to the cookies, balancing their sweetness perfectly.

The Recipe

Combining these three superfoods, our recipe results in a delightful cookie that is sure to impress your loved ones. It’s easy and quick to whip up, requiring just a handful of ingredients and a little bit of time. The end-product? A batch of cookies that are not only tasty but also incredibly nourishing.

So, this Valentine’s Day, whether you’re baking for a loved one or simply treating yourself, make it extra special with these Coconut Cranberry Glazed Almond Butter Cookies. They’re not just an indulgence, they’re a perfect Valentine’s Day expression of love and care. Enjoy!

coconut cranberry glazed almond butter cookies

Moreover, these cookies are not only delicious but also cater to various dietary preferences. They are entirely sugar-free, making them a guilt-free indulgence for those watching their sugar intake. They are vegan, containing no animal products, and paleo-friendly, in alignment with the principles of the Paleolithic diet. Additionally, these cookies are gluten-free, making them a safe option for those with gluten intolerance or celiac disease. This makes them a versatile treat that can be enjoyed by everyone, regardless of dietary restrictions.

Dietary Considerations

These Coconut Cranberry Glazed Almond Butter Cookies are a versatile treat designed to cater to a wide variety of dietary preferences:

  1. Sugar-Free: These cookies contain no added sugars, making them a perfect guilt-free treat for those monitoring their sugar intake.
  2. Vegan: No animal products are used in the making of these cookies, making them suitable for those following a vegan lifestyle.
  3. Paleo-Friendly: By following the principles of the Paleolithic diet, these cookies are grain-free and dairy-free, focusing on whole foods.
  4. Gluten-Free: For those with gluten intolerance or celiac disease, rest assured that these cookies are a safe and delicious option.

Hence, no matter what dietary restrictions you or your loved ones might have, these cookies are an excellent choice. Their inclusivity, combined with their delectable taste and health benefits, make them the ultimate Valentine’s Day treat.

coconut cranberry glazed almond butter cookies

coconut cranberry glazed almond butter cookies

Coconut Cranberry Glazed Almond Butter Cookies

Yield: 14-15 Cookies
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 8 minutes
Total Time: 8 minutes

These coconut cranberry glazed almond butter cookies are an amazing treat, especially near Valentine's Day!


Almond Butter Cookie Base

Coconut Cranberry Frosting


  1. Make your flax eggs. Add 2 tablespoons of ground flax seed with 6 tablespoons of water, let sit for 5-10 minutes you will know it is done when most of the water has been absorbed.
  2. Mix in the rest of the ingredients. In a large bowl add in all of your ingredients BUT add the almond flour in last and mix slowly. You can use a fork to mix completely or I use a mixer which was really helpful. Add in your flax eggs when they are ready. Then add in the last two tablespoons of flax at the very end.
  3. Spoon Into Your Heart Shape. Scoop out a tablespoon of the cookie batter out into a heart shape or any shape you prefer. The batter will look very oily - once you have pressed all the cookies into hearts use a paper towel on top of the cookie to absorb the extra oil. Only press lightly so you don't kill the cookie.
  4. Bake the Cookies. Bake your cookies for 8 minutes at 350 degrees. Please let them cool for about 5 minutes otherwise they will fall apart.
  5. Make your frosting. While the cookies are baking, in a food processor blend your coconut oil, butter and sweetner until very smooth and gooey.
  6. When Cookies are done and cooled, frost! Cookies are ready to be frosted when they have been completely cooled off. I drizzled the frosting over the top. Have fun with it and enjoy!

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