These 5 WildFit cookie recipes are great for anytime of the year and are delicious! We encourage you to try each and every recipe, one of these simple yet delicious recipes may become your signature cookie. The best part of these treats is that they are WildFit approved, meaning you can trust them to fit into your new lifestyle perfectly!
Shortbread is a staple in the cookie world, but it’s generally made from a heavy mix of flour and butter. Here’s a healthy shortbread recipe that omits the badness and still satisfies your craving for something “naughty”.
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Coconut Cream Cookies
The holidays bring the obligation to give, receive and potentially consume food gifts- especially in the form of cookies. The base of these cookies are usually butter, white flour and sugar- coated in more chemically colored sugar. Basically, the antithesis of WildFit food. So, what if there was a Christmas cookie made of completely supportive foods that can even be modified to be eaten in Spring? It’d be pretty fantastic right?
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At WildFit, we aren’t against cookies. We’re against the wrong types of cookies. Baking your own, is generally the best way to go. This way you know exactly what’s in them, and there are no hidden sugars, or preservatives. Try these oatmeal cookies for example, they are made with all natural ingredients. They taste amazing too.
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Ginger Molasses Cookies
Enjoy making and eating these ginger molasses cookies, free of hidden sugars, while still thriving with the WildFit lifestyle.
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These babies may contain no ingredients that qualify them as “cookies”, but they are so delicious anyway. They are more like decorated protein bars, with quality ingredients that taste nostalgic with none of the sugar hangover symptoms to accompany them. You can be sure to enjoy the final product, but need to remember that, like all ‘alternative’ recipes, the method required reading all the directions!
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