Valentine Jam & Coconut Sandwich Cookies

Grain and sugar free valentine  cookies - A tasty love story

A few weeks ago I posted a picture on Instagram that got people craving cookies and asking for the recipe. I was simply testing a recipe from a new favourite cookbook of mine, and I could not take any credit for the tasty looking fellows. But I must admit these cookies are pretty damn good and more importantly oh so nutritious. I have made them for the kids at work as a tasty snack when they get from school and need a little fuel to keep up the energy. I have brought them as a treat to celebrate the birth of a new little shining star. And I have crumbled them on to yoghurt and smeared chocolate onto them to satisfy my cravings. These are versatile I’m telling you!
Yesterday Jonas made a new adapted batch of my berry and chia jam, and since I had just made my own steamy batch of cookies I decided to pair up the two and voilá a jam and cookie sandwich was brought to life. This combination is adorable, and I must admit I would not hesitate to add a layer of butter or a dollop of whipped cream to accompany the two lovers.
Since Valentine is just around the corner I dedicate these cookies to celebrate the world wide day of love and hope to give a little extra love to all of you!

Grain and sugar free valentine  cookies - A tasty love story

Grain and sugar free valentine  cookies - A tasty love story

  1. LaurenLauren02-14-2014

    These look delicious Josephine! Almost too pretty to eat! I love these types of raw, healthy treats and will definitely be trying them soon! :)

    • Josephine MaleneJosephine Malene02-20-2014

      Sounds great! I yes sometimes it almost makes you sad to set your teeth into these beauties, but on the other hands you end up with very happy tatebuds :)

  2. Ooh, yum! These look great – so wholesome but tasty too. The perfect type of cookie!

  3. GemmaGemma02-18-2014

    Hello Josephine,

    Another wonderful recipe! Beautiful pictures as always, I’m so happy to have found your blog – thank you for making eating healthily so enjoyable!

    You posted that you had been experimenting with Shirataki noodles – did you have any luck with these? I found the texture too weird to enjoy them, but if you have any suggestions I would definitely try them again!

    Look forward to your next post!
    Gemma

    • Josephine MaleneJosephine Malene02-20-2014

      My pleasure dear :) Jep I had a little issues with the texture as well. But I found that combining it with parmesan, mushrooms, bacon etc. a la carbonara made it a very delicious eating experience :)

  4. EBEB02-19-2014

    These look lovely and I look forward to trying them! I must say, I come here for the recipes but I linger over the photos and food styling. You have SUCH a great eye for that stuff! Beautiful blog, I am really enjoying it x

  5. laurasmesslaurasmess04-11-2014

    These look amazing!!! I definitely want to give them a go. I am sure that my own lover will adore them! Thanks for sharing the recipe x

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