Grain Free Sugar Free Chocolate Chip Cookies-Single Serving

Baby Boo has this thing where she gets some sort of sickness every month. I’m not sure why, but it seems like with each month there is some sort of cold, rash, fever, ear infection, virus, etc. going around and Baby Boo’s immune system welcomes them in with wide open arms.

This weekend, Baby Boo just so happened to have a high fever for 4 days straight, which left us stuck inside giving lots of cuddles, watching more than enough Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, and lots and lots of sweet eats.

When Boo is sick all she wants is sugar…Ice cream, applesauce, cookies, popsicles, juice, chocolate milk…

COMMON!!

Actually she’s one smart cookie, no pun intended, and probably knows that every time she gets sick we spoil her rotten and will give her anything to eat just as long as she has SOMETHING in her body.

Sorry Boo.

Can’t pull a fast one on this mama!

You want ice cream?

Hello Banana Soft Serve.

You want a smoothie?

Hello veggie packed green drink.

You want a popsicle?

Hello homemade popsicles made from dates, blueberries, and coconut milk.

You want cookies?

Hello grain free, sugar free, single serving chocolate chip cookies!

Try and say that 5 times fast…

Grain Free and Sugar Free Chocolate Chip Cookies-Single Serving

Ingredients:

1 1/2 TB. almond flour

1 1/2 TB. coconut flour

dash of salt

1/4 tsp. baking powder

1 TB. melted coconut oil

1/2 tsp. vanilla

1/2 tsp. chia seeds mixed with 1 tsp. water to form gel

1 TB. mashed banana or date puree

2 TB. chocolate chips*-100 % dark chocolate bar cut up, cocoa nibs, raisins, etc. would all be a good non-sugar option. Feel free to add reg. chocolate chips, they just won’t be sugar free.

Directions:

1.Preheat oven to 350.  Mix dry ingredients together, then add wet. Mash/mix together until dough forms. Mix in chocolate chips.

2. Form ball into cookie and drop onto prepared baking sheet. Flatten cookie out to desired thickness. (The cookie won’t expand.)

3. Cook for 15-18 minutes. You can also make two smaller cookies, which will cook at a less time.

Chocolate Chip cookies are the necessity to every sick day.

Especially when you are already feeling crummy and you the last thing you want to do is eat something to make you feel worse. (AKA like two sticks of butter and two cups of sugar.)

I think Minnie would agree, don’t you?

Now, excuse me while I go tell Boo her fever is gone and it’s back to work! I think she is getting used to the sick life a little too much…

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  1. awe, poor Baby Boo! I swear – Carter is the exact same way. I feed him SOOOOO much healthier than any of my friends feed their children. He eats very little processed food, we avoid artificial coloring, he is loaded up on green smoothies and antioxidant rich fruits. And yet, he seems to catch every single germ and has it so much worse than anybody else. I don’t get it! :)
    These cookies look/sound so delicious! I make choc chip cookies with peanut flour and coconut flour and i swear – they are SO much tastier than traditional. And I always appreciate a single serve recipe.
    Hope Baby Boo feels better!

    • Arielle says:

      Girl you READ my mind!! I want to scream! hahha
      And I LOVE the idea of using peanut flour, but have never bought some before! Where do you buy yours?

  2. Ah you are amazing! I have been craving choc chip cookies for awhile now but I won’t make a full batch because I will end up eating them all! This is perfect! That picture of your daughter is absolute precious too! Looks like she is reading a people magazine or something so cute! :)

  3. awe…Minni can heal anything, right?? these cookies sound yummy.

    • Arielle says:

      I hope so because we are surrounded by Minnie! :)
      And thanks so much for sharing them on your FB!
      (Only a few days will the wedding! WOo Hoo!!) :)

  4. Adorable photos, poor thing! Hope she’s feeling better, and thanks for the recipe! :)

  5. Poor little Boo! I hope she’s better soon.

    These cookies look awesome – just pinned them to try… probably later today. :)

  6. Jane says:

    ah, hope she feels better! The cookies look so good – great pictures!

  7. seriously the cutest little girl. I need to get my hands on some coconut flour so I can make these!

    • Arielle says:

      Thank you!! I’m not going to tell her you said that, because she has a huge ego already! :-)
      And I love coconut flour! I add it to smoothies too!

  8. Helen says:

    The last picture of Baby Boo is just too precious! That is a frame photo :)

    Hope all is well in your house soon!

  9. THANK YOU for posting a single-serving treat recipe! If I make a batch of cookies it’s rare that they last long. I have fairly good self-discipline but it vanishes when cookies are around. I am so excited to give these a try! And as you know with me, I love that they’re sugar free! xx

  10. Angie T. says:

    YES! You read my mind! I was just about to give up on baking because although I’ve been making lots of sugar-free, healthy desserts, I too (as others above have stated) will eat the entire batch within 2 days. But this solves my problem! Yay!! Thanks again…u r amazing :) And your lil girl is just precious <3

    • Arielle says:

      Why is it when we bake cookies, they don’t last long? haha! Cookies and brownies and muffins…they just glare at me every time I walk by saying, “EAT ME NOW!” :) So you are right…making one serving definitely can help solve that problem! :)

  11. Baby boo is sooooo cute. I die.

    Those cookies look fab! I’ve been trying to find more uses for coconut flour that doesn’t involve like 10 eggs so this sounds great! Can’t wait to try them :)

  12. This is so awesome. I can’t wait to try this for myself, let alone the kids, haha.

  13. Ari, you’re sch an amazing momma!!! Poor Boo. She is so gorgeous. Seriously. So sad she keeps getting sick!!! Does she do probiotics?? I know they are supposed to help (and Vitamin D)–you probably already know it but thought I’d throw it out there. I have had Ella on them since she’s an infant for multiple reasons, one being to protect her immune system. But she’s also pretty sheltered from the world (no day care, or to0many play dates with germy kids)–my nephew is sick ALL the time, and she’s around him a lot. Not looking forward to the days where she brings home all this type of stuff!!! I think it will probably start happening a lot once I stop BFing. Inevitable apparently no matter how healthy your family is..you showed that! :( :(

  14. What a fabulous recipe!! They look delicious and I bet no one would be able to tell they are sugar free and so healthy! Thanks for sharing!

  15. Angie T. says:

    Quick question…i don’t have any coconut flour or chia seeds right now & won’t hav time to get them today but I want to make this cookie tonight. Can i just use all almond flour instead & 1 Tbl of real egg instead of chia? Or what would you suggest? Thanks!!

  16. pidgen says:

    I too don’t have coconut flour … I live in the middle of nowhere {seriously}. What is a good substitute flour?
    {At one cookie a time, I guess I could risk trying out different flours, but I thought you might have a good suggestion.}

    • Arielle says:

      If you don’t have coconut flour you could probably do all almond flour, or another grain free flour. You MIGHT even be able to try whole wheat pastry too. If you make it with a different flour, just make sure the dough is the consistency of cookie dough. If it’s too dry, add more liquid, like mashed banana. Hope that helps!!

  17. Monica says:

    I would love to make these but are not a fan of chia seeds. Can you tell me what the purpose of putting them in the recipe is and/or what could be a good substitute for them? Thanks!

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