Paleo Almond Butter Blondies

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“Every cloud has a silver lining” and that’s truly the case when it comes to my almond butter blondies. I was perfecting my technique on how to make homemade almond butter in my Vitamix and kept having failure after failure (I wasn’t roasting the almonds- apparently it’s a key step!). In lieu of giving all of the expensive almond sand I had made to my chickens, I created a recipe that would utilize the “almost” almond butter and turn it something not only edible, but fabulous!

That being said, Paleo Almond Butter Blondies are both versatile and forgiving. If you don’t happen to have an almond butter catastrophe on your hands, then go ahead and just use any kind of almond butter. Rich, with a lovely chewy brownie texture, the chocolate chips melt in your mouth while the almond butter stands up and says “howdy ma’am, nice to meet you.”

My kids often want a treat after school, and because this recipe is full of protein and healthy fat, I often serve these almond butter blondies with a tall glass of cold, raw milk. Filling, delicious and super easy to throw together and bake, you’ll file this one in the recipe box for sure!

 

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Paleo Almond Butter Blondies
 
Moist, chewy, and filling, this Paleo/grain and dairy free blondie is bound to become a family favorite
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Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. In a large bowl (I use my Kitchen Aid), mix almond butter and honey
  3. Add egg and vanilla and mix until well incorporated.
  4. Add coconut flakes
  5. Sprinkle in baking soda and powder
  6. Add chocolate chips
  7. Scrape contents into an ungreased (preferably glass) 8" square baking dish
  8. Press firmly into pan
  9. Bake for 18-24 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out with dry crumbs.
Notes
The dough will be quite firm and very oily seeming. Don't worry, it will come together when baked!
*If using a messed up batch of homemade almond butter add 1-2 Tbs of coconut oil to the mix.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 12
 

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Comments

  1. My family dislikes coconut. Do you have any suggestions for a substitute for the coconut flakes?

  2. Thank you kindly, my first try at making almond butter was a flop, this recipe is amazing, so great that it gave me my courage back i. The kitchen, will keep at it.
    Lucy

  3. I can’t believe how good these are! I followed the recipe exactly except I used Almond/Coconut butter and they are delicious. Made them for my diabetic husband. I will be making these often.

  4. I would like to know how much is your recipes

  5. The Paleo Almond Butter Blondies are a big hit!

  6. Hi Alison,

    Made up a delicious batch of your almond butter, it worked like a charm, according to your recipe. Thanks.

    Now I am waiting for my Paleo Almond Butter Blondies to cool. I could not wait to try them before posting, because they look so amazing! Thanks for creating a delicious recipe that I can feel good about giving to my husband and children!
    Kindly,
    Angelica

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