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47 Best Paleo Desserts for the Holidays

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, yet many who eat allergy-restricted diets feel like they’re left out of all the fun. The fact is that there are dozens of fabulous, delightful Paleo desserts that rival conventional desserts on every level. I’ve gathered 47 of the best Paleo desserts for your holiday parties and family get-togethers. They’re festive, grain-free, dairy-free, and perfect for any time of year.

Paleo Chocolate Desserts

Chocolate makes the world go ’round, right? Well, we’ve got a smattering of chocolate Paleo desserts that you’re going to want for every holiday, special occasion, and day of the week where chocolate is required (and that’s basically all of them, right?).

Double Dark Chocolate Muffins

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Recipe from PaleoPlan

Chocolate Lava Cake

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Recipe from Paleohacks

Paleo Chocolate Mousse

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Recipe from Fast Paleo

Salted Chocolate-Covered Almond Butter Bites

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Recipe from Isabel Eats

Mexican Chocolate Rocky Road Ice Cream

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Recipe from Against All Grain

Chocolate Hazelnut Fudge

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Recipe from Texanerin Baking

Mandarin Chocolate Truffles

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Recipe from Against All Grain

Dark Chocolate Coconut Pudding

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Recipe from Stupid Easy Paleo

Paleo Pies, Crisps, and Tarts

Nothing hits the spot quite like pie, but if you’re like me, sometimes pie is just too much effort. Enter crisps and tarts, and whatever your energy level or cooking skills, you will have a dessert to choose from.

Toasted Apple Crisp

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Recipe from PaleoPlan

Toasted Marshmallow S’more Tart

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Recipe from Against All Grain

French Silk Pie

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Recipe from Blissful Basil

Upside Down Apple Tartlets

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Recipe from Elana’s Pantry

Pecan Pie with Bacon Crust + Caramel Drizzle

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Recipe from Predominantly Paleo

French Apple Tart

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Recipe from Hemsley and Hemsley

Paleo Peach Crumble

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Recipe from Empowered Sustenance

Paleo Cakes and Cupcakes

It’s your birthday! Or, maybe it’s Christmas, New Year’s, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day,  a dreary winter day, or any day at all that calls for a slice of cake. Chocolate, vanilla, carrot, and more—whatever cake tickles your fancy, there’s a Paleo option, but trust me when I say that these cakes don’t taste Paleo.

Paleo Carrot Cake

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Recipe from I Am Gluten Free

Caramel Cheesecake Bites

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Recipe from Paleohacks

Caramel Macchiato Muffins

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Recipe from Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind

No Bake Coffee Cheesecake Bars

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Recipe from Paleohacks

Cranberry Chocolate Gingerbread Cake

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Recipe from Against All Grain

Angel Food Cake + Chocolate Glaze

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Recipe from Predominantly Paleo

Vanilla Cake

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Recipe from Paleo Grubs

Spunky Chocolate Mug Cake

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Recipe from The Spunky Coconut

Paleo Cookies

Whether you’re leaving cookies for Santa, or rewarding yourself after the kids have gone to bed, your holiday cookies have to be perfect. With this assortment of traditional and unique Paleo cookie ideas, you’re sure to find some winning recipes that will delight Santa, relatives, the kiddos, and of course—you.

Giant Skillet Gingerbread Cookie

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Recipe from Paleohacks

Grain-Free Candy Cane Cookies

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Recipe from Predominantly Paleo

Paleo Gingerbread Cookies

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Recipe from Cook Eat Paleo

Paleo Coconut Macaroons

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Recipe from I Am Gluten Free

Cinnamon Star Cookies

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Recipe from The Spunky Coconut

Coconut Flour Cranberry Cookies

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Recipe from Paleohacks

Coconut Flour Shortbread Cookies

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Recipe from Paleohacks

Grain-Free Russian Tea Cakes

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Recipe from Food52

Paleo Ice Cream, Pudding, and Mousse

Cashew Chai Ice Cream

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Recipe from Paleohacks

Mexican Chocolate Avocado Mousse

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Recipe from Cook Eat Paleo

Paleo Vanilla Ice Cream

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Recipe from A Squirrel in the Kitchen

Raw Pink Cashew Cream Parfait

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Recipe from Food52

Chocolate Coconut Milk Ice Cream

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Recipe from Detoxinista

Mint Avocado Ice Cream

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Recipe from Slim Palate

Paleo Dessert Drinks

These Paleo drink recipes are perfect for an occasional treat, or for dessert when you’re simply too tired to bake something. From eggnog to hot chocolate and everything in between, we’ve got your holiday dessert drink needs covered.

Pumpkin Spice Latte

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Recipe from PaleoPlan

Holiday Sangria Punch

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Recipe from Autoimmune Paleo

Egg-Less Nog

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Recipe from Autoimmune Paleo

Coconut Milk Hot Chocolate

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Recipe from Slim Palate

Paleo Chai Latte

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Recipe from Elana’s Pantry

Peppermint Hot Cocoa

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Recipe from Allergy Free Alaska

Non-Alcoholic Cranberry Lime Spritzer

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Recipe from Our Paleo Life

Pomegranate Cider

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Recipe from Autoimmune Paleo

Vanilla Hazelnut Coffee Creamer

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Recipe from Paleohacks

Paleo Cappuccino

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Recipe from PaleoPlan

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My weight loss tools and tips

Hey everyone! I’ve had this blog for about a month and today I hit 600 followers! Thank you all so much! So I decided to share some weight loss tools that have worked for me, some of them might be familiar to you. Feel free to try them!

Weight loss target date calculator

This calculator lets you know how long it will take for you to lose a certain amount of weight. It won’t go below 1200 calories for women and 1800 calories for men to maintain a healthy weight loss.

I personally find this calculator very motivating! You can choose your own calorie deficit and activity level.

Body mass index calculator

This calculator lets you know your BMI.

MyFitnessPal - calorie counting app & website

You can download the app to your mobile and keep a food & exercise journal. It shows your nutrient intake (macros and micros). It also shows how much you would weight in 5 weeks if you eat a certain amount of calories. You can also track your weight and body stats there. It’s also possible to make your own recipes.

Jefit - gym routine app

This is probably my favorite app! You can create your own gym routines, track your body stats etc. I have used this app for many years, it’s great if you like going to the gym. There are instructions to every exercise! 

HIIT Interval training app

Another favorite app! It’s a timer for HIIT workouts, you can set your own times and rounds!

And them some tips..

1. Track your progress! Take measurements of your body. Take before and after pictures. I even have a weight loss Instagram account where I post my progress.

2. Try to exercise at least 2 times per week. If you haven’t done any exercise before, it’s a realistic goal! 

3. Do cardio and train your muscles. Make your own gym routine. Here’s an easy HIIT-workout: 

  • 5 min warm up (walking or slow jogging)
  • run for 30 seconds (you can also walk fast)
  • rest for 1 min
  • repeat this for as many rounds as you like, I usually do 17 rounds
  • cool down; walk for 5 mins

This workout takes about

35 mins

and for me it burns about

300

calories, but It depends on your weight.


4. Treat yourself once in a while. Even though i’m losing weight, I still occasionally eat sweets, cake etc. Have a cheat day sometimes or eat small amounts of your favorite treats in moderation. If they fit to your daily calories, then i’ts alright. But of course keep in mind that those are “empty calories” which don’t have any good nutrients.


5. Try not to restrict too much. For me 1200-1500 net calories is a good amount, I almost never binge. Try to get enough nutrients! But of course this is all up to you, you know your own body better than anyone! 


So these tools & tips have worked for me! Give them a try if you want. I’m not saying that these work for everyone, you have to try and find out what works for you!


Stay safe! <3

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