With Christmas less than 2 weeks away, it’s time to start rolling out the recipes for Paleo Sugar Cookies.
Your family and friends might wonder, “Why bother with a Paleo recipe for sugar cookies? After all, it’s the holidays so why not just eat “regular” sugar cookies made with wheat flour and just go back on our “silly” diets after the New Year?” News Flash: some of us cannot do that. Autoimmune diseases ring a bell? The aftermath is so not worth it. Besides, these are super yummy so there’s no need to feel sorry for me. I’m not missing anything.
Since my mom is the one that got me to go Paleo in the first place, it’s only fitting that I steal her Paleo Sugar Cookie recipe and share it with the world. How’s that for holiday spirit?
Here are Kimberly’s instructions for making perfect Paleo Sugar Cookies, starting with the Paleo Egg Nog. Thanks, mom!
1. Get your children to commit to helping you make Paleo Sugar Cookies
2. Turn on obnoxious Christmas music
3. Pour a glass of Paleo Egg Nog
4. Spike it with Rum (if that’s your thing, of course)
Karen Pendergrass is an ENTP who is an enthusiast in a myriad of areas including Agricultural Sustainability, Food Politics, Applications of Bacteriotherapy, Autoimmunity, Color Theory, Hard Determinism, Social Technologies, and Social Engineering. She is the Founder of the Paleo Foundation, the International Paleo Movement Group (IPMG), author of the not-yet-published Sustainability Diet, and Founder of DinnerCrasher.com.