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Coconut Flour Cut Out Cookies

Coconut Flour Cut Out Cookies

 
 
With the holiday season in full swing, my girls keep asking me for cut out cookies.  So this past weekend I set out to make some delicious, yet healthy, cut out cookies.  
 
These cookies turned out so great! The dough will take you about 5 minutes to whip up and it is super easy to roll out!
 
For sprinkles or colored sugar, you can either make your own (see red sprinkles in this post) or check your local health food store for some organic sprinkles that are colored from vegetables and not dyes.  
 
You could also frost these cookies if desired.  I made a frosting out of greek yogurt, cream cheese, raw honey and a little vanilla.  Add some food coloring (made out of vegetable, not dye) and you will have a wonderful icing to decorate your cookies with.  
 
I hope you all enjoy these cookies, we sure did!

Organic Coconut Flour Cut Out Cookies Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 8 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 10-12 cookies

Organic Coconut Flour Cut Out Cookies Recipe

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
  2. In a medium mixing bowl add the butter or ghee, granulated sweetener, egg, baking powder vanilla extract and the unrefined sea salt and blend with a handheld blender for 2 minutes on medium speed.
  3. Add coconut flour and blend until combined.
  4. Allow the dough to sit for 5 minutes.
  5. After 5 minutes add 1 tbsp of tapioca flour and knead dough until firm. If it is sticky or not firm, add another tbsp of tapioca flour.
  6. Dust a surface with tapioca flour and roll out to desired thickness. I rolled mine out about 3/8" thick.
  7. Use cookie cutters and cut desired shapes and place on cookie sheet and bake for 8 minutes.
  8. Allow to cool before frosting.
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17 thoughts on “Organic Coconut Flour Cut Out Cookies Recipe”

  1. Cm Scraplady says:

    I have been looking for a healthy Christmas cookie. My daughter so loves to decorate and eat the cut-out cookies.

  2. montanabby says:

    I tried this recipe…used a coconut blend flour mix. I was too moist to roll into a ball. Tried it as dropped cookies, and when in the oven, dough spread all over the pan. What did I do wrong???

  3. montanabby says:

    OMG…..I mean THE BATTER was too moist….LOL~~~

    1. hallecottis says:

      @montanabby OMG, I am laughing so hard LOL, thanks for the laugh :) A coconut flour “blend” would not work for this, you would most likely need to add more flour. Out of curiosity what is the coconut flour blended with? Coconut flour is very absorbent and there are a lot of liquid ingredients in this recipe, so you would either have to reduce some of the liquids or increase the amount of the blended flour you used.

    2. montanabby says:

      The blend has white rice flour, tapioca flour, potato starch, organic coconut flour and sweet rice flour. It says on the package it “offers a unique ‘tangy’ sweet taste”…its BITTER…will be tossin’ it out, for sure!!

    3. jENN says:

      LOL I had to read that twice :D

  4. kayleeh says:

    The ingredients say baking soda but the directions say baking powder which one is correct?

    1. hallecottis says:

      @kayleeh Baking powder.  I will make the change, sorry about that.

  5. Halle Cottis says:

    I updated this recipe this year (2013) and they have a terrific texture and the dough is super easy to work with! I hope you all enjoy! :)

  6. These look delicious and so easy! Adding these to the next batch to try with the kids. Thanks!
    ~Alicia

  7. Angelnina says:

    I’m hoping I can sub cornstarch for tapioca starch?

  8. Ann says:

    I bake these cookies last week before Christmas and they came out PERFECT! I loved them….the texture was great and the taste was great! I used maple sugar as my sweetner. I can’t wait to make them again. My kids and husband – four tough critics loved them.

    Thank you for sharing this recipe. It is hard to find a good coconut flour recipe that doesn’t require a lot of eggs.

    1. Halle Cottis says:

      Oh I am so happy that you and your family liked them! Thanks so much for taking the time to comment :)

  9. I just made these and the batter was way too wet to roll out, so I had to more than double the coconut flour! Eventually I got it to the consistency that worked to roll out and they turned out great. Not sure what I did wrong!!

    1. Halle Cottis says:

      Coconut flour is very tricky to work with. You did the right thing by adding more. My coconut flour is very dense and little is often needed.

  10. Mony says:

    Hi….They look great!!!!! Can I use honey….how much?

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