Salted Tahini Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies (Coconut Flour): this gluten free chocolate chip cookies recipe is chewy, salty ‘n sweet, with soft centers & crispy edges! The best coconut flour chocolate chip cookies made with tahini butter!
Did I tell you that these salted tahini paleo chocolate chip cookies were the very first cookies Erik and I baked in our new home? 🙂 I mean, it’s kind of a big deal. 😉 (Like, even bigger than this recipe being #3 in the 1st Annual Beaming Baker Vegan Cookie Countdown!)
Before we started baking, I told Erik, “Hey, listen, we’re not gonna bake too much today. We need to take it slow, ease into things, ya know? Like, we just moved in; we need to warm up to our new kitchen.”
To which Erik vigorously nodded and agreed.
And 12 recipes/15 batches of paleo chocolate chip cookies, paleo chocolate orange muffins and sea salt chocolate paleo granola bars later that day…we both looked at each other and said, “We’re finally home now.”
I mean, there’s nothing quite like a signature BB bake-a-thon to feel like we’re really, truly at home. Do you have a ritual/tradition that you need to complete before feeling like you’re truly at home after you move into a new place?
I can’t wait to hear all about it. 🙂 In the meantime, I can assure you that this recipe most definitely handed me my gluten free biscuits on a platter. If you know what I mean. Okay, you might not know what I mean.
Salted Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookies – Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies made with coconut flour!
These salted tahini paleo chocolate chip cookies were truly…something else to make. If you’ve been with me for a while, you know that I’ve been experimenting with tahini and coconut flour in my paleo gluten free chocolate chip cookies. They make for a fantastic combo of chewy, crispy and just, tasty, cookies. Case in point: my Big Sesame Tahini Cookies.
Problem is: when you mess with the amount of one of the butters, you get a ridiculously different result. So we “messed” around with the tahini and almond butter amounts until we found the sweet spot. Satisfying, nutty tahini flavor without any of the would-be bitterness that comes from not using tahini properly. (You know what I’m talking about!)
How do these Salted Tahini Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies Taste?
- Perfect combo of salty & sweet.
- Chewy overall aka “caramel chew” as described by Erik 😉
- Tastes like Christmas. Something a lil’ special; something a lil’ extra
- Soft centers, crispy edges
- Tahini flavor pairs so well w/ chocolate & sea salt
Storing Your Salted Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookies with Coconut Flour
As with all gluten free chocolate chip cookies made with coconut flour, you’ll have to be a bit more vigilant with storing your cookies. (Or, just eat them all the first day.) Make sure to store your tahini chocolate chip cookies in a container that’s kept out of direct sunlight and away from heat sources.
Here’s the breakdown on how the cookies will progress throughout each day:
- Day 1: Best this day. Perfectly chewy, lightly moist, with crispy edges
- Day 2: A bit drier (I’m looking at you, Coconut Flour!) But still good.
- Day 3: Moist, very chewy. Last day to enjoy at their peak, IMO.
Tools for the Best Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies!
- Unbleached Parchment Paper: Erik and I both truly love how easy it is to bake cookies when you line your baking sheet with parchment paper. The cookies never stick to the pan, and clean up is legit a breeze! .
- My Favorite Kitchen Timer: Okay, so this amazing timer lets you keep track of four different times at once. That means you can monitor bake time, cool time, chill time and more for multiple recipes, all from the same handy little timer.
- Coconut Flour: To make the best coconut flour chocolate chip cookies using coconut flour… you gotta have coconut flour! 😉
- Medium Cookie Scoop: An absolute must-have, essential kitchen tool when you’re making paleo chocolate chip cookies, or any kind of cookie. Super easy to use, and unbelievably helpful for scooping up dozens of cookies in no time.
- Where to Buy Ingredients: Tahini | Coconut Sugar | Paleo Chocolate Gems or Vegan Chocolate Chips | Coconut Flour | Pure Vanilla Extract | Unsalted Natural Almond Butter | Golden Ground Flaxseed
Don’t tell me: you’re ready for a BB bake-a-thon of your own! Yay!!! 😉 Let’s just say I’ve got you covered for the holidays! There are a few more tasty treats to come… If I don’t say it enough: I’m so grateful that you’re here, sharing in these memory-making kitchen experiences with me. Here’s to creating the delicious, healthy treats our loved ones deserve. ‘Til the next kitchen adventure…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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. 1st Annual Beaming Baker Vegan Cookie Countdown
Welcome to the 1st Annual Beaming Baker Vegan Cookie Countdown! We’re starting a new tradition around these parts, and they involve all of the vegan gluten free Christmas cookies. This year, I’ll be sharing 9 new vegan cookie recipes to help celebrate the holiday season with you: from vegan Christmas cookies to vegan holiday cookies to vegan cookies recipes you can enjoy all year long! . We’re gonna count down from vegan cookie #9 to #1, right before Christmas! Are you excited? 🙂
Vegan Cookie #3: Salted Tahini Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies
In case ya missed it, here are the other gluten free vegan Christmas cookies that I’ve shared so far:
- 9. 3 Ingredient Low Carb Peppermint Chocolate Fudge (Keto, Vegan)
- 8. Sea Salt Thin Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies
- 7. Simple & Easy Vegan Oatmeal Cookies (GF)
- 6. 4 Ingredient Paleo Vegan Cashew Butter Cookies Recipe (Flourless)
- 5. Chocolate Pistachio Healthy Vegan Snack Bars (Gluten Free)
- 4. Amazing Chewy Vegan Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (Gluten Free)
- 3. Today’s recipe!! Salted Tahini Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies (Coconut Flour, Gluten Free, Vegan)
- 2. 3 Ingredient Easy Paleo Candied Almonds Recipe (Vegan, Healthy)
- 1. BEST Paleo Vegan Double Chocolate Chip Cookies (Gluten Free)
Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies You’ll Love (Gluten Free)
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