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Paleo Dessert Recipes ? Important Alert: The Following Paleo Dessert Recipes Will Make You Drunk!

Who wants a couple of Paleo dessert recipes that are not only ridiculously easy to prepare, but also taste ridiculously great?

… great! So, I want to disclose 2 Paleo diet dessert recipes that are quite simple to make, yet taste really yummy.

Alight, alright, to be honest, I have a ton of Paleo dessert recipes neatly tucked away in one of my computer folders. Since, I have very limited space here, I’ll share only a couple of recipes –

To make it up to you, I’ll reveal the place where you can download those recipes to your computer. They can be found in some highly organized Paleo cookbooks, so check them out after these 2 recipes.


Besides, the author will be fuming mad if I reveal all her recipes here!

Okay, enough jabbering, here are your “caveman” dessert recipes…

¼ Cup of carob powder, 1 tablespoon raw honey, 1 medium ripe banana, 2 small ripe avocados

: Place carob powder and honey in a food processor. Next, slice the banana and avocado into chunks and throw them in the food processor. Finally, blend the mixture until it becomes thick and smooth.

Approximately ¼ cup of coconut oil, 2 ¼ cups of almond flour, 1 teaspoon organic kelp granules (salt alternative), 1 teaspoon baking soda and 2 pears (use food processor to puree them first!)

Set flour aside but dump all ingredients in a food processor. Blend until the mixture becomes buttery. Now put the flour in and blend.

Spread some coconut oil evenly on a baking pan. Also, sprinkle a bit of almond flour on the pan.
Pour mixture into the pan, spread it well and bake at 350 degrees for approximately 30 – 35 minutes.

As promised earlier, here’s the place to download a set of cookbooks that contain hundreds of Paleo recipes. Desserts, main courses, appetizers, special chocolate recipes and more – they are all covered in those books. Just follow this link:

Sam Hutchinson is a junior pastry chef and a follower of the Paleo diet. To download cookbooks containing stacks of tasty Paleolithic diet recipes, (including many Paleo dessert recipes as well) Click here.

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