Paleo Pizzelle Cookies

12 Dec

Yes, you read the title correctly, I succeeded in making paleo pizzelles!  This is one happy Italian here!  So excited to share this recipe with all of you I still have ‘flour’ on my hands!  Don’t worry, I already ate one.  Can’t post a recipe I haven’t tried!

Paleo pizzelle cookies

Paleo pizzelle cookies

Ingredients (makes 20 cookies):

Pizzelle iron (I have a Cuisinart non stick pizzelle iron)

1/2 cup Nutiva shortening (this is a mixture of palm, red palm, and coconut oil) – sub palm shortening if you can’t find this stuff

1/3 cup date sugar (I used Bob’s Red Mill)

1/3 cup Monk fruit in the raw

3 large eggs

1 cup almond flour (this is the blanched stuff)

1/2 cup arrowroot powder

1/3 cup coconut flour

2 tbl. + 2 tsp. tapioca flour

1 tsp. baking powder

2 tbl. pure anise extract (If using anise oil, use 1/2 tbl)

1/8 tsp. Himalayan sea salt

Method:

Heat pizzelle maker.  In stand mixer with paddle attachment, cream together shortening with date sugar and monk fruit.  Add eggs one at a time.  Add remaining ingredients.  Use 2 tbl. batter to make each cookie.  Press to desired crispiness.  I do not grease my iron and no, nothing ever sticks.

 

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